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BS +A Code of practice for strengthened/reinforced soils on British Standards. Click to learn more. Format PDF. Format. Geosynthetics y and Reinforced Soil Structures Reinforced Soil Walls continued Prof K K. Rajagopal Department of Civil Engineering IIT. Principles of each design code. BS British Standard BS was first published in the UK in It was one of the first European codes to.
The results were then extrapolated for the depth thus allowing the bond resistance from the pas- entire bond length to determine the ultimate pull-out sive zone alone to be determined by simple deduc- resistance for the nail and thus verify the soil nail tion. The test setup for the sacrificial nails installed lengths. As a result, the length of the short and long nails were varied to test Short Nail and obtain an ultimate bond resistance for various depths and bonded lengths within the passive zone.
Thirdly, additional test nails were installed to var- ious depths within the passive zone with a calculated volume of grout pumped into the hole after drilling with air flush to bond only a short length within the passive zone; typically between 2 m and 5 m.
This method, similar to the additional method to grout the entire bond length, assumes that the drill hole pro- duced a perfect cylinder thus the volume of grout to bond a specified short length could be calculated.
Reaction This method was undertaken to verify the ultimate Long Nail Frame bond resistance of the material within the passive zone, and by extrapolation, the soil nail lengths de- Figure 3.
Test setup for the sacrificial nails.
A further benefit of this Lindsay, Mickovski and Smith method was the comparatively low test loads re- in 2 m of each other so one would expect almost quired to pull the test nails to failure.
The lower test identical ground conditions.
As a result, these test loads meant that a smaller reaction frame could be results were considered to be erroneous and incon- used which significantly reduced the manual han- clusive in verifying the soil nail lengths as they did dling of the pull-out test equipment and the tempo- not confirm the pull-out resistance provided within rary excavation and shoring works required around the passive zone.
This suggests that significant bulbing of the grout had tak- en place within the active zone causing the abnormal- ly high pull-out loads. These test results were incon- clusive as the bond resistance from the passive zone could not be determined.
The diameter of the sacrificial bar within the test nails, and thus the yield strength of the bar and the maximum test load, was selected based on the antici- pated pull-out loads at the design stage. The extent of bulbing, and thus the additional pull-out resistance Reaction within the active zone, was considered to be negligi- Frame ble at the design stage and as a result the sacrificial bars used at the site could not safely achieve the re- quired test loads.
Figure 4. Test setup for the sacrificial nails using the smaller reac- tion frame.
Again, these test re- and from the specialist testing subcontractor. The in- sults were inconclusive as the bond resistance from itial results obtained from the testing were inconclu- the passive zone could not be determined. Firstly, some of the short nails pulled out at loads 4. A single nail is the result of poor workmanship, e.
The variability of the granular materi- were critically reviewed when verifying the design. However, this difference should be a known length, whether it be the entire passive zone minor as the short and long nails were installed with- or a short length within the passive zone, is that a perfect cylindrical drill hole and grouted length had Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure and Development been created within the passive zone.
This is unlike- dissuaded by the uncertainty and lack of published ly to be the case as a result of bulbing of the grout guidance regarding the testing and the subsequent within the drill hole, dissipation of grout into granu- verification of the design, as self-drilled hollow bar lar bands within the passive zone and grout loss as soil nails do offer considerable benefits, both in terms the drill hole is being grouted.
Ordinarily this grout- of reduced construction costs and in health and safe- ed length is controlled by the use of a packer but this ty, whilst allowing the designer to meet his duties could not be incorporated into the self-drilled drill under normative regulations. When specifying pull-out testing for verification By assuming a perfect cylinder of grout however, of the design nail lengths, the designer should take the maximum possible bonded length was considered due regard of the ground conditions expected at the in the design verification and thus the most conserva- site, the associated bond resistances of each stratum tive bond resistance per metre length was determined from empirical information, the predicted test loads, given the pull-out load obtained from the test.
Where the possibility of bulbing or dissipation of the grout it was assumed that the entire passive zone had been and the effect on the test, and the manual handling bonded, then the test only had to satisfy the test load and temporary works required in order to satisfy the design load x BS partial factor hence specification. Where number of soil nails, it is recommended that the hol- this test failed, an associated bond resistance was de- low bar test results are verified and supplemented termined considering the bond within the entire pas- with site testing using solid bars in the traditional sive zone.
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Specifically looking for BS and BS Secure PDF. Causes maximum overturning loads together Combination-B: This will result in a bulbing grouted section thus forming the bonded and debond- effect in more permeable or softer strata thus increas- ed sections of the test nail. Sacrificial thickness on each surface due to corrosion Design service life. Traditionally, soil nails comprised of a ing the health and safety implications of mobilising solid steel tendon installed into a pre-drilled hole and heavy plant to an already failed or unstable slope.
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