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I have a paper which describes the methods used for calculating spring constants for buried pipe based on soil properties, but its probably the type of thing that needs to be done by a geotechnical engineer. The type of properties used in the analysis are not usually listed in a common geotech report. As far as relating bearing capacity to soil modulus, one needs to know the amount of settlement which will be caused by the applied contact pressure.

Soil modulus is based on soil response ie. Let me know if your geotech could use the paper.


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The papaer would be very helpful. I would discuss with with a geotech engineer. Paper could be emailed to geoff. Regards Geoff Stone. Please send via e-mail to jheidt aol.

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Geoff - Gibbycu is right - you will need a geotechnical engineer to assist you. There is no direct correlation between modulus stiffness and bearing capacity "yield strength" for soils; nor is there one for steel, aluminum, copper, etc.

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How big is your pipeline? What materials are used? Bowles, McGraw-Hill, page.

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Also this is referenced in the U. I, too, would like a copy of the paper. I don't like Bowles, and CISgeotechnical has provided a perfect example of 'why'.


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RE: Allowable Bearting Capacity vs Soil Modulus I have a paper which describes the methods used for calculating spring constants for buried pipe based on soil properties, but its probably the type of thing that needs to be done by a geotechnical engineer. Download Now While the basic methodologies of traditional manufacturing remain the same, there are many efficiencies and levels of automation that have augmented modern machinery over the past decade.

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