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# FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY

## Sample Design Calculations For Micropiles in Kenny Hill Formation

Generalized Subsoil Profile Generally flat terrain Subsoil profile: 0-3m, silty SAND, SPT=1- 5 3-6m, silty SAND, SPT= 15 - 50 6-20m, highly weathered sandstone

Schematic Detail

## Soil becoming weathered rock

Mild Steel Capping Plate L = 350mm B = 350mm Thickness = 10mm Mild Steel Stiffeners Thickness = 10mm Pile Boring Diameter = 200mm API Pipe O.D. Thickness fy (min) Grade = = = = 127.0mm 9.2mm 552 Mpa N-80

L = 20.0m

Cementitious Grout W/c = 0.45 Fcu = 25 Mpa Safe Working Load Pa = 80 tonnes Lsocket = 20m

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## Subject : Micropile Design

1.0
1.1

Material Properties
Basic Dimensions and Properties

1.2

## Micropile Diameter, D Pile Composite Modulus Ep Moment of Inertia, Ip

Cementitious Grout

## 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6

1.3

Max. water/cement ratio Anti-shrink / Additives Grout Area. Ac 28 day Comp. Strength, Fcu' Density Elastic Modulus. Ec
API Pipe Reinforcement

= = = = = =

0.45 Adogroud 100g 150kg bag 45686 mm"2 25 MPa 2000 kg /M^3 28 GPa

## 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5 1.3.6 1.3.7 1.3.8 1.3.9

1.4

Source Outer Diameter, OD Wall Thickness. t Inner Diameter. ID Cross Sectional Area, As API Specification Grade Designation Mm. Yield Strength, fy Elastic Modulus. Es

= = = = = = = = =

## 127 9.19 108.62 3401 5A-80 N-80 552 210

mm mm mm mm^2

MPa GPa
Req. Min. (Max) Source

## 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4

1.5

Working Grout/API Pipe Bond (MPa) 0.8 12 Grout Characteristic Strength, fcu (MPa) 25 20 Cement content (kg/m"3) 400 00 Grout working compressive stress,0.4fcu/FoS 0.2 x fcu 0.25 x fcu
Minimum Factors of Safety

## 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4 2.0 2.1

Against Structural Failure Against Buckling Failure Against Geotech. Failure Against Geotech. Failure

= = = =

## Skin Friction End Bearing

2.2

Structural Design Assuming that the applied vertical load is carried by the API Pipe alone. Ultimate Load Capacity Pu = 0.87 x fy x As = 1633450 N = 1633.5 kN = 163.3 tonnes Use the Factor of Safety prescribed in Section 1.5 on Plate 2 Allowable Load Capacity Pa = 82 tonnes
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2.3 3.0
3.1

## Design Safe Working Load SWL

Geotechnical Design Refer Piler Analysis for derivation of Geotechnical Safe Working Load -Appendix ......
Design Length

3.2

## Safe Working Load per Pile Nominal Diameter Embedment

Grout l API Pipe Bond

P D Ls

kN mm

## 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4

Ultimate Grout Pipe - Bond Stress, t (u) Factor of Safety Working Bond Stress, t (w) Req'd API Pipe Embedment in Grout Therefore, adopted socket length is

MPa MPa m

4.0
4.1

## Buckling (Pile Slenderness)

Analysis not appropriate for Kenny Hill Formation = = = = Fixed Fixed 1m 0.7 m

## 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4

4.2

Pile Top (at Pilecap Level) Pile Base (at Rock Head Level) Ass. length in unfilled cavity L assumed Effective Length - 0.7 x L L eff.

4.2.1 4.2.2

r Pe FOS available

4.3

## 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5

5.0 5.1

Average SPT in Overburden soils, N Est. Und. Cohesion Overburden soils, Cu Modulus of Horiz. Subgrade Reaction, kh'c 20100 kPa Elastic Buckling Load, Pcr FOS available
Rate of Corrosion of Reinforcement Ex Oil Drill API Pipe Reinforcement

= = = = = = =

50 6 ' N kPa 300 kPa 67*Cu 20.1 MPa 2 x @sgrt (Ep x Ip x kh x d) 16014 kN 20.02 OK

## 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.1.6 5.1.7

Outer Diameter Wall Thickness Internal Diameter Cross sectional Area API Specification Grade Designation Min Yield Strength

O.D. t I.D. As

fy

= = = = = = =

mm mm mm mm^2

MPa
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## Pile Design Report

5.1.8 5.1.9

Elastic Modulus Es = 210 GPa Allowable Axial Working Stress (Clause 7.4.6.3.1 BS8004) Fa = 50% of Yield Strength = 276 MPa
Design for allowable corrosion as for sheetpiles w/o grout/ concrete protection

5.2

## 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5

Allowable corrosion rate Max. pile axial load Pa Req'd Steel Area Min. OD of API Pipe Allowable Corrosion Period
Summary

Asc O.D. Tc

= = = = =

## mm/year kN mm^2 mm years

No additional reinforcement required, Tc > Design Life of 50 years. 6.0 Pilehead Capping Details Safe Working Load
Capping Plate Size

800

kN

6.1

## 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1 3

Assume characteristic strength of pileca f cu Permissible direct compressive stress fcu13.65 Req'd bearing area of capping plate Adopt plate of dimmensions (mm) 350
Thickness of Stiffners

= = = x

6.2

## 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4

Allowable Axial Compressive Stress = (Table 17 (a). BS449 : Part 2: 1969) Contact Area of API Pipe on Capping Plate = Stiffener projection beyond API pipe OD = Required thickness of MS Stiffeners t(s) = Adopt

155

MPa

6.3

## Thickness of Capping Plate

6.3.1 6.3.2

Allow Shear Stress on Capping Plate (Table 10. BS449:Part 2:1969) Effect. Punching Shear Shear Perimeter

125

MPa

6.3.3

6.4

## 6.4.1 6.4.2 6.4.3

Allow. Bearing Stress on Capping Plate (Table 9. BS449:Part 2:1969) Proj. Bearing Area (API + Stiffeners) Actual Bearing Stress

= = =

210

MPa

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6.5

## 6.5.1 6.5.2 6.5.3 6.5.4 6.5.5 6.5.6 6.5.7 6.5.8

Bearing Area of API Pile = 3401 mm^2 Bearing Area of 4No. Stiffeners = 7359 mm^2 Assume uniform distribution of Pile Axial Load, Compressive Load per Stiffener = 136.8 kN Pile head Embedment into Pilecap = 150 mm Assume Stiffener Depth, d = 140 mm (Conservative Estimate) Slenderness Ratio of Stiffener d ' @sgrt(3)1 thickness of stiffener = 24.2 Allow. Compressive Stress = 146 MPa (Table 17(a). BS449) Allow. Buckling Load on Stiffener = 268.6 kN ' > Compressive Load of Stiffener, OK
Check Bearing on API Pipe

6.6

## 6.6.1 6.6.2 6.6.3 6.6.4

Moment equilibrium about intersection of Capping Plate and API Pipe, Bearing Force on API Pipe = 180 kN Assume material for API Pipe to be equivalent to G55 steel, Allow. Bearing Stress = 320 MPa Allow Bearing Load = 448 kN > Actual Bearing Force, OK
Fillet Weld Design (Stiffener to API Pipe)

6.7

6.7.1 6.7.2

Weld Length per Stiffener Req'd Shear Load Capacity for weld

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## Pile Design Report

Design Report
1. Introduction This report presents the design criteria and design calculations for pile foundation for Interchange 3 of Project B 15 Road Upgrading Works. Interchange 3 is a cloverleaf interchange with arch shaped R.C bridge as shown below

From structural analysis the compression load coming over the piles from one half of the bridge is 12600 ton while the other half is 2800 ton in tension. 2. Site Condition The topograph of the site is rolling to undulating. The subsoil condition is generalized as shown above. The top 12m to 16m from the OGL of the residual soil is clayey silt with SPT 6-39 (aver age SPT=20): This is underlain by hard clayey silt sith SPT exceeding 50 up to 28m bgi. 3. Analysis Shallow foundation is not suitable because part of the formation is on filled ground and also part of the foundation is in tension or high compression. Driven spun piles cannot or not practical to provide adequate tension required. Large diam eter bored piles are suitable for high compression and tension required. Design Calculations
4.1 Compression piles

4.

The allowable compression load carrying capacity of the single pile has been cal culated based on the SPT 'N" values, using the following formula.

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## FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY

Pile Design Report Ab, af + As,fs 3 2 2) base area (m unit base resistance 400 Nb (in SI-unit), Meyerhof's Empirical Formula average 'N' over 5m above and 3m below depth being considered (< 50) Pile circumference area (m2) unit skin friction 2 Nave (in SI-unit) :

Allowable load Ab qf = = = =

Nb

As fs

= = =

Nave

## = Average SPT value with depth

Factor of safety of base resistance = 3 to control settlement Factor of safety of friction resistance = 2 The detailed pile calculations are given in Appendix B.
4.2 Tension piles

The allowable tension load carrying capacity of single pile has been calculated based on SPT 'N' values, using following formula Allowable load = As . fs 2 As fs = = = = Pile circumference area Unit skin friction 2 Nave (in SI-unit) Average SPT 'N' value with depth

Nave

Factory of safety against friction resistance = 2 The detailed pile calculations are given in Appendix B. 5.
5.1

Design Calculations
General

Diameter of Compression pile : 1500 mm with design load of 900 ton Diameter of Tension piles : 1200m with design load of 400 ton Estimated pile length = 19m socketing 3 times diameter into hard stratum of SPT> 50

Compression load tests and pull out tests were carried out at the Interchange bridge site to assess the performance of the piles installed to the design lengths.

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## Pile Design Report

(a)

West Abutment

The tension Test Piles (No.81) located on the west abutments satisfied the per formance criteria. Based on Prof Chin's Stability Plot: Ultimate load : 1141 tonne Average Unit Shaft Friction : 16 tonne/m2

The compression Test Pile No. 15 located ont the west abutments satisfied crite ria at work load and 2 x work load but just failed to satisfy the recovery criteria. Based on stability plot. Ultimate capacity : 2,490 tonne Ultimate Shaft capacity Mobilised Toe capacity Ultimate Unit Shaft Resistance Mobilised Unit Toe Resistance : : : : 1,945 tonne 548 tonne 39 tonne/m2 310 tonne/m2

Based on these assessment, piles were constructed to following toe elevations: Compression Piles : RL 33.00 (5m longer than Test Piles) Tension Piles (same length as Test Pile)
(b) East Abutment

RL 31.00

Tension Pile No. 71 was tested. Pile satisfy the deflection criteria at working load but however failed to attain the 2 x working load without excessive movement. Based on Stability Plot, the following capacitities can be estimated: Ultimate Shaft capacity Unit Shaft Resistance : : 624 tonne 9 tonne/m2

This is much less than the 16.0 tonne/m2 value of tension pile No. 81. Based on the evaluated value of 9.0 tonne/m2, all remaining working tension piles are installed to RL 21.00 toe level, l O.Om longer than the test pile. Compression pile No. 65 was first tested. It failed to satisfy the performance cri teria. Estimated capacities are: Ultimate capacity : 1600 tonne Ultimate Shaft capacity Ultimate Toe capacity : : 625 tonne 1041 tonne

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## Unit Shaft Resistance

Mobilised Unit Toe Resistance589 tonne/m2 Based on above results, Test Pile No. 2 (Pile No.66) located 4.50m from P65 was installed to toe level RL 33.00 (5.Om longer). Theoretical ultimate capacity should be of the order of 1,900 tonnes. The test showed the following: Ultimate capacity : 1520 tonne Ultimate Shaft capacity Mobilised Toe capacity Ultimate Unit Shaft Resistance Mobilised Unit Shaft Resistance : : : : 730 tonne 790 tonne 10 tonne/m2 447 tonne/m2

These are less than values obtained from P65, indicating significant variation in the sub soil strength. Concreting procedures are satisfactory and concrete batch records and test indicate supplied concrete complied with the requirements of the specification. Concreting volume of pile does not indicate occurrence of collapse of borehole or neck ing. Since the pile was concrete immediately after boring, strength relaxation due to aging should not occured. Based on above, all remaining piles are to be installed to toe levels 23. Pile No. P52 will be test to assess amount of pile head movement at working load and 2 x working load. Estimated ultimate capacity of piles to toe level RL 23.00 is order 2,100 tonnes. (c) Results of loads tests carried out at Interchange No. 3 are shown in Figure T1 to T.

## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

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A ppe ndix B

P ILE LE N G T H E S T IM A T IO N A LO N G T H E IN T E R C H A N G E # 3

where

Ab

## = base area (m^2)

qf

= 400*Nb(SI-Unit s)

Nb

As

## = pile circumf erence (m^2)

fs

= 2*Nave (SI-Unit s)

## Nave = average spt value wit h dept h

A llowable load = Ult imat e load along base/ 3.0 + Ult imat e load along shaf t / 2.0

## FS f or f rict ional res

2.00

B ored pile diamet er U LT I M A T E S HA F T R E S I S T A N C E f s=2 N 0 1 5.5 20.67 23.25 25 26.1 7 27.86 29.1 3 30.78 32.1 33.36 34.42 35.08 35.64 36.4 37.06 38.53 39.83 41 6 .1 42.35 43.43 44.41 49 53.21 57.08 60.65 63.96 67.04 69.9 72.57 75.06 1 .37 41 1 061 2 75 1 36.66 991 7 75 1 .95 31 9223 75 1 27.23 8529 75 1 22.52 7837 70 1 7.81 1 71 46 64 25750 27875 30000 30000 30000 30000 1 3.1 1 8456 59 23625 1 08.38 5767 54 21 500 1 03.67 5080 48 1 9300 98.96 4395 43 1 00 71 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 1 .767 94.25 4093 36 1 4525 1 .767 89.54 3792 30 1 950 1 1 .767 84.82 3491 29 1 400 1 1 .767 80.1 1 31 91 27 1 0850 1 .767 1 74 91 201 45 21 1 17 25668 3021 8 341 06 37994 41 749 45504 49259 5301 4 5301 4 5301 4 5301 4 75.4 2905 26 1 0375 1 .767 1 8334 70.69 2620 25 9900 1 .767 1 7495 65.97 2401 24 9450 1 .767 1 6700 61 .26 21 84 23 9000 1 .767 1 5904 5301 5567 5832 61 1 1 6391 671 5 7039 8556 1 0073 1 369 1 1 2665 1 391 6 1 68 51 1 6420 1 7671 1 7671 1 7671 1 7671 58.55 1 984 22 8775 1 .767 1 5507 51 69 51 .84 1 784 21 8550 1 .767 1 09 51 5036 892 992 1 092 1 201 1 0 31 1 453 1 596 1 746 1 896 2047 21 97 2540 2883 3228 3573 391 8 4265 461 1 4958 5306 47.1 2 1 572 21 8275 1 .767 1 4623 4874 786 42.41 1 361 20 8000 1 .767 1 37 41 471 2 681 37.7 1 60 1 1 9 7625 1 .767 1 3474 4491 580 32.99 961 1 8 7250 1 .767 1 281 2 4271 480 4751 5072 5393 5660 5928 61 61 6393 6767 71 41 7564 7987 8461 8935 1 0602 1 2270 1 3909 1 5548 1 44 71 1 8741 20338 21 936 22283 22630 22977 28.27 788 1 7 6925 1 .767 1 2237 4079 394 4473 23.56 81 7 1 5 5825 1 .767 1 0294 3431 308 3739 1 8.85 471 1 4 5571 1 .767 9846 3282 236 351 7 60 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 1 8 1 6 1 4 1 2 1 0 8 6 4 2 0 1 4 4.1 329 1 3 5233 1 .767 9248 3083 1 64 3247 62 9.42 1 95 1 3 5000 1 .767 8836 2945 97 3043 64 4.71 73 1 2 4650 1 .767 821 7 2739 37 2776 66 0 0 1 0 41 33 1 .767 7304 2435 0 2435 68 As Qs Nb q f =4 0 0 N b Ab Qb B ase S haf t T o t al ( kN ) Level(m) U LT I M A T E E N D B E A R I N G R E S I S T A N C E A LLO W A B LE LO A D Reduced

## 1 .20 met ers

S UB S O IL P R O F ILE A LO N G T H E B R ID G E LO C A T IO N

R ed uced N ave 0 7.75 1 0.33 1 .63 1 1 2.5 1 3.08 1 3.93 1 4.56 1 5.39 1 6.05 1 6.68 1 7.21 1 7.54 1 7.82 1 8.2 1 8.53 1 9.26 1 9.92 20.58 21 8 .1 21 .71 22.2 24.5 26.6 28.54 30.33 31 .98 33.52 34.95 36.28 37.53

Db

SPT

C o r r ect ed

A ver ag e

Level ( m)

D ep t h

## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

B oring B H-1 (West side) 1 Dept h(m) RD Level 64.89m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 23 St if f clayey silt SPT 29 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 Hard clayey silt SPT 47 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Soil Invest igat ion Ph:ll B oring B H-1 3(West side) Dept h(m) 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 RD Level 66.50m Soil Invest igat ion Ph:l B oring B H-1 3(Eest side) Dept h(m) RD Level 25.75m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26

65

64

1 6

1 5.5

63

1 6

1 5.5

62

1 6

1 5.5

M ed clayey silt SPT 1 0 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 1 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 2 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

61

1 7

1 6

60

1 7

1 6

59

23

1 9

58

23

1 9

57

29

22

56

29

22

55

1 0

31

23

54

1 1

31

23

53

1 2

28

21 .5

52

1 3

28

21 .5

51

1 4

32

23.5

50

1 5

32

23.5

49

1 6

47

31

48

1 7

47

31

47

1 8

50

32.5

46

1 9

50

32.5

45

20

50

32.5

44

21

50

32.5

43

22

50

75

M ed clayey silt SPT 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 9 St if f clayey silt SPT 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 1 V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

42

23

50

75

41

24

50

75

40

25

50

75

39

26

50

75

38

27

50

75

37

28

50

75

36

29

50

75

35

30

50

75

Not e:

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## 1 Correct ed N = 1 + 0.5 (N-1 . 5 5), f or N up t o and equal t o 4 t imes N=50

A ppe ndix B

P ILE LE N G T H E S T IM A T IO N A LO N G T H E IN T E R C H A N G E # 3

where

Ab

## = base area (m^2)

qf

= 400*Nb(SI-Unit s)

Nb

As

## = pile circumf erence (m^2)

fs

= 2*Nave (SI-Unit s)

## Nave = average spt value wit h dept h

A llowable load = Ult imat e load along base/ 3.0 + Ult imat e load along shaf t / 2.0

## FS f or f rict ional res

2.00

B ored pile diamet er U LT I M A T E S HA F T R E S I S T A N C E f s=2 N 0 6 8 9 1 0.8 1 2 1 3.43 1 4.5 1 5.33 1 7.4 1 9.09 21 .33 23.31 25.43 27.27 29.63 31 .71 33.56 35.21 40.95 46.1 4 50.86 55.1 7 59.1 3 62.76 66.1 2 69.22 72.1 1 74.79 77.3 79.65 1 3.1 1 9008 75 1 09.33 8451 75 1 05.56 7895 75 1 .79 01 7340 75 98.02 6785 75 94.25 6231 75 30000 30000 30000 30000 30000 30000 90.48 5678 75 30000 86.71 51 27 70 27875 82.94 4576 64 25750 79.1 7 4027 59 23625 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 75.4 3479 54 21 500 1 31 .1 71 .63 2933 48 1 9075 1 31 .1 67.86 2389 42 1 6650 1 31 .1 64.09 21 51 35 1 4075 1 31 .1 1 591 8 1 8831 21 573 2431 6 2671 9 291 23 31 528 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 60.32 1 2 91 29 1 475 1 1 31 .1 1 2978 58.55 1 675 27 1 0750 1 31 .1 1 58 21 52.78 1 439 25 1 0025 1 31 .1 1 338 1 49.01 1 246 22 8950 1 31 .1 1 22 01 3374 3779 4053 4326 5306 6277 71 91 81 05 8906 9708 1 0509 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 45.24 1 054 20 7875 1 31 .1 8906 2969 41 .47 885 1 8 71 00 1 31 .1 8030 2677 442 527 623 720 838 956 1 075 1 95 1 1 467 1 740 201 3 2288 2563 2839 31 6 1 3393 3670 3947 4226 4504 37.7 720 1 6 6225 1 31 .1 7040 2347 360 33.93 590 1 4 5500 1 31 .1 6220 2073 295 30.1 6 462 1 2 4650 1 31 .1 5259 1 753 231 26.39 383 1 0 4050 1 31 .1 4580 1 527 1 91 1 8 71 1 984 2369 2707 31 9 1 3496 3997 4499 4890 5282 6381 7472 8658 9845 1 0920 1 996 1 1 3072 1 49 41 1 4425 1 4702 1 4980 1 5257 1 5535 1 581 4 22.62 304 9 3450 1 31 .1 3902 1 301 1 52 1 452 1 8.85 226 7 2900 1 31 .1 3280 1 093 13 1 1 206 1 5.08 1 63 7 2686 1 31 .1 3037 1 2 01 81 1 094 60 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 1 8 1 6 1 4 1 2 1 0 8 6 4 2 0 1 .31 1 1 02 6 2400 1 31 .1 271 4 905 51 956 62 7.54 60 5 21 60 1 31 .1 2443 81 4 30 844 64 3.77 23 5 1 800 1 31 .1 2036 679 1 1 690 66 0 0 4 1 600 1 31 .1 1 0 81 603 0 603 68 As Qs Nb q f =4 0 0 N b Ab Qb B ase S haf t T o t al ( kN ) Level(m) U LT I M A T E E N D B E A R I N G R E S I S T A N C E A LLO W A B LE LO A D Reduced

## 1 .20 met ers

S UB S O IL P R O F ILE A LO N G T H E B R ID G E LO C A T IO N

R ed uced N ave 0 3 4 4.5 5.4 6 6.71 7.25 7.67 8.7 9.55 1 0.67 1 .65 1 1 2.71 1 3.63 1 4.81 1 5.85 1 6.78 1 7.61 20.48 23.07 25.43 27.59 29.56 31 .38 33.06 34.61 36.05 37.4 38.65 39.82

Db

SPT

C o r r ect ed

A ver ag e

Level ( m)

D ep t h

## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

B oring B H-1 (West side) 1 Dept h(m) RD Level 64.89m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 23 St if f clayey silt SPT 29 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 Hard clayey silt SPT 47 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Soil Invest igat ion Ph:ll B oring B H-1 3(West side) Dept h(m) 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 RD Level 66.50m Soil Invest igat ion Ph:l B oring B H-1 3(Eest side) Dept h(m) RD Level 25.75m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26

26

25

24

23

M ed clayey silt SPT 1 0 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 1 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 2 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

22

21

20

1 1

1 1

1 9

1 1

1 1

1 8

1 1

1 1

1 7

21

1 8

1 6

1 0

21

1 8

1 5

1 1

31

23

1 4

1 2

32

23.5

1 3

1 3

38

26.5

1 2

1 4

38

26.5

1 1

1 5

50

32.5

1 0

1 6

50

32.5

1 7

50

32.5

1 8

50

32.5

1 9

50

75

20

50

75

21

50

75

22

50

75

M ed clayey silt SPT 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 9 St if f clayey silt SPT 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 1 V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

23

50

75

24

50

75

25

50

75

26

50

75

-1

27

50

75

-2

28

50

75

-3

29

50

75

-4

30

50

75

Not e:

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## 1 Correct ed N = 1 + 0.5 (N-1 . 5 5), f or N up t o and equal t o 4 t imes N=50

A ppe ndix B

P ILE LE N G T H E S T IM A T IO N A LO N G T H E IN T E R C H A N G E # 3

where

Ab

## = base area (m^2)

qf

= 400*Nb(SI-Unit s)

Nb

As

## = pile circumf erence (m^2)

fs

= 2*Nave (SI-Unit s)

## Nave = average spt value wit h dept h

A llowable load = Ult imat e load along base/ 3.0 + Ult imat e load along shaf t / 2.0

## FS f or f rict ional res

2.00

B ored pile diamet er U LT I M A T E S HA F T R E S I S T A N C E f s=2 N 65 65 65 65 65 79.1 7 89.29 96.88 1 02.78 1 07.5 11 1 .36 1 4.58 1 1 7.31 1 1 9.64 1 1 .67 21 1 23.44 1 25 1 26.39 1 27.63 1 28.75 1 29.76 1 30.68 1 .52 31 1 32.29 1 33 1 33.65 1 34.26 1 34.82 1 35.34 1 35.83 1 36.29 1 3.1 1 1 541 4 75 1 09.33 1 4850 75 1 05.56 1 4287 75 1 .79 01 1 3723 75 98.02 1 60 31 75 94.25 1 2597 75 30000 30000 30000 30000 30000 30000 90.48 1 2034 75 30000 86.71 1 471 1 75 30000 82.94 1 0908 75 30000 79.1 7 1 0346 75 30000 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 1 31 .1 75.4 9784 75 30000 1 31 .1 71 .63 9222 75 30000 1 31 .1 67.86 8661 75 30000 1 31 .1 64.09 81 00 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 33929 60.32 7540 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 56.55 6980 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 52.78 6421 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 49.01 5864 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 31 1 0 45.24 5307 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 1 31 1 0 41 .47 4752 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 1 31 1 0 37.7 41 98 75 30000 1 31 .1 33929 1 31 1 0 2099 2376 2653 2932 321 1 3490 3770 4050 4330 461 1 4892 51 73 5454 5735 601 7 6298 6580 6662 71 43 7425 7707 33.93 3647 70 27875 1 31 .1 31 526 1 0509 1 824 30.1 6 31 00 64 25750 1 31 .1 291 23 9708 1 550 26.39 2558 59 23625 1 31 .1 2671 9 8906 1 278 1 85 01 1 257 1 1 2332 1 3409 1 3686 1 3963 1 4242 1 4520 1 4800 1 5080 1 5360 1 5640 1 5921 1 6202 1 6483 1 6764 1 7045 1 7327 1 7608 1 7890 1 71 81 1 8453 1 8735 1 901 7 22.62 2020 54 21 500 1 31 .1 2431 6 81 05 1 0 01 91 5 1 1 8.85 1 492 48 1 9375 1 31 .1 21 3 91 7304 746 8050 1 5.08 980 45 1 7857 1 31 .1 201 96 6732 490 7222 60 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 1 8 1 6 1 4 1 2 1 0 8 6 4 2 0 1 .31 1 735 40 1 5833 1 31 .1 1 7907 5969 368 6337 62 7.54 490 33 1 3000 1 31 .1 1 4703 4901 245 51 46 64 3.77 245 33 1 3000 1 31 .1 1 4703 4901 1 23 5023 66 0 0 33 1 3000 1 31 .1 1 4703 4901 0 4901 68 As Qs Nb q f =4 0 0 N b Ab Qb B ase S haf t T o t al ( kN ) Level(m) U LT I M A T E E N D B E A R I N G R E S I S T A N C E A LLO W A B LE LO A D Reduced

## 1 .20 met ers

S UB S O IL P R O F ILE A LO N G T H E B R ID G E LO C A T IO N

R ed uced N ave 32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5 39.58 44.64 48.44 51 .39 53.75 55.68 57.29 58.65 59.82 60.83 61 .72 62.5 63.1 9 6..82 64.38 64.88 65.34 65.76 66.1 5 66.5 66.83 67.1 3 67.41 67.67 67.92 68.1 5

Db

SPT

C o r r ect ed

A ver ag e

Level ( m)

D ep t h

## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

1 B oring B H-1 (West side) Dept h(m) RD Level 64.89m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 23 St if f clayey silt SPT 29 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 V .Sof t clayey silt SPT 2 Hard clayey silt SPT 47 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Soil Invest igat ion Ph:ll B oring B H-1 3(West side) Dept h(m) 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26 28 RD Level 66.50m Soil Invest igat ion Ph:l B oring B H-1 3(Eest side) Dept h(m) RD Level 25.75m 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 20 22 24 26

48

50

32.5

47

50

32.5

46

50

32.5

45

50

32.5

M ed clayey silt SPT 1 0 M ed clayey silt SPT 1 1 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 2 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 V .St if f clayey silt SPT 39 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

44

50

32.5

43

50

75

42

50

75

41

50

75

40

50

75

39

50

75

38

1 0

50

75

37

1 1

50

75

36

1 2

50

75

35

1 3

50

75

34

1 4

50

75

33

1 5

50

75

32

1 6

50

75

31

1 7

50

75

30

1 8

50

75

29

1 9

50

75

28

20

50

75

27

21

50

75

26

22

50

75

M ed clayey silt SPT 6 M ed clayey silt SPT 9 St if f clayey silt SPT 7 St if f clayey silt SPT 1 1 V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT V .St if f clayey silt SPT Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50 Hard clayey silt SPT 50

25

23

50

75

24

24

50

75

23

25

50

75

22

26

50

75

21

27

50

75

20

28

50

75

1 9

29

50

75

1 8

30

50

75

Not e:

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5)

## Check for buckling load Qub Where = =

Cu El
CU E I = = = = 10 15 kPa 210 kN/mm2 1/64 B (d14 - d24) B (101.64 - 85.444) 64 106

Qub

10

15 x 210 x

= Allowable Qb =

## 907 kN 907 ___ 2 454 kN > 300 kN OK

6) Check for elastic compression e = PL EP P L A Ep = 300 x10 x103 31416 x 35.3 = 3 mm = = = 300 kN 10m 31416 mm2

= 35.3 kN/mm2

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## Sample Pile Design Calculations

1. Project : KKS Road Project Piled Embankment for the approaches to Sg. Likas Bridge.

2.

Piled embankment

C L
Bridge

Sand Lenses

## Stiff to hard Sandstone/shale

* * Flat alluvial formation Top 24m consists of soft to very soft alluvium with few localized sandy lenses (Cu = 10-20 kPa with an average of about 15 kPa except at lenses of sand). Stiff to hard strata of about 2 - 4m thick overlying on highly to moderately weathered sandstone/shale bedrock. WT is near the ground surface.

3.

Analysis Stability and settlement analysis have concluded that simple ground treatments by partial sand replacement with high strength woven polyester geotextile reinforcement or vertical drains are not possible to achieve FOS = 1.5 and or post construction settlement to be less than 200mm for the first 5 years of service if height of embankment exceeds 4.2m. Piled raft embankment is adopted in preference to EPS, elevated structure and stone column treatment because: a) EPS embankment is technically not acceptable because the site is subject to flooding & the cost is high. b) c) Elevated structure is about 30% more expensive (separate analysis) Though treatment by stone columns is cheaper, it requires longer time to consolidate and technically less superior

4.

Design calculation Analysis has shown that driven R.C piles will be the most cost effective. The site has no vibration or noise or ground heave constraints. Pile capacity of about 600 kN is chosen to get optimum pile spacing of 2 to 3m and raft thickness of 350 450mm for pile depth of about 30m. Use 250X250 R.C piles at spacing "x" bothways Max design capacity - 625 kN.

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x d h

= = = =

## 625 x For h For h For h For h For h

Conclusion:

= x2.20.h = = = = = = (31.25/h)1/2 6.5m, x = 2.19m, say 2.0m 6.0m, x = 2.2m, say 2.0m 5.5m, x = 2.38m, say 2.25m 5.0m, x = 2.50m, say 2.25m 4.5m, x = 2.64m, say 2.25m (allow some traffic load of 10 kPa)

Use 250x250 R.C x 30m long at 2.0m spacing for h=6.5 - 6.0m & 2.25m spacing for h = 4-6m (Pile capacity calculations enclosed). R.C piles (MS 1314, Class 1) are designed as end bearing piles driven to set.

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## Pile Design Report

Design of Micropile
a) Design load per pile b) Diameter of micropile c) Main reinforcement d) Factor of safety e) Grout characteristic strength, fcu Check Structural Capacity Area of reinf, Asc fcu Area of grout, Ag ..Area of net grout = B/4 x 502 x 3 = 5892mm2 = 20N/mm2 = B /4 x 2002 = 31,416mm2 = 31,416 - 5892 = 25,524mm2 = 800kN = 200mm = 3 Nos of 50mm diam. deformed bars of yield stress fy = 410N/mm2. = 2.5 (min) = 20N/mm2.

According to BS 8110, clause 3.8. 4.3 Ultimate axial load, Pu = 0.4 fcu Ac + 0.75Asc fy = 0.4x20x25,524 + 0.75x5892x410 = 2,016kN. .. Factor of safety = Pu/800 = 2.53 > 2.5 O.K. Check Bond Length Required - Depth of micropile = 20m At least l0m will be embedded in very hard decomposed granite SPT, N > 50. .. Bond between grout & hard formation = 0.4N/mm2 Min required bond length in hard formation, Ib = 800 x 2.5 x l 000N B x 200 x 0.4 = 7958mm = 8.0m. < 10m provided O.K. Design of M.S. Plate for Pile Head Use 250mm x 250mm x 20mm M.S. plate Stress on plate = 800 x l03N 250 x 250 = 12.8N/mm2 < 155N/mm2 O.K. (allowable stress BS449) Details of Micropiles & works specification are encl

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## Pile Design Report

Works Specification for Design and Installation of 200mm Diameter Micropiles 1. Scope of work shall include design & installation of 200mm diam micropiles of 20m provi sional length. The micropiles shall be reinforced with 3 Nos. of 50mm diam deformed bars (fy = 410N/mm2) The working load of the micropile is 800KN.
2. Drilling

Initial drilling involves installation of 242mm diam conductor casing through loose soil (about 1.5m) by means of rotary boring or equivalent. Upon reaching hard/stiff formation down the hole hammer will be used to advance the borehole till a minimum penetration of 10m in very hard decomposed granite. The drilled hole will be flush clean by compressed air before the reinforcement bars are inserted into the hole. Suitable coupling device will be used. During drilling, a complete record of soil strata will, be taken for Engineer's inspec tion.
3. Grout Mix

Ordinary Postland cement with water cement ratio of 0.5 will be used Non-shrink cement admixture will be added to improve bonding.
4. Grouting Procedure

A high speed Koken grout mixer is used for the mixing of the cement grout. The capacity of the grout mixer is about 25-0 litres. For grout mixing, 100 litres of water with some non shrink admixture is poured into the mixer follow by 4 bags of 50 kg. ordinary Portland cement then allow to mix throughly, normally a few minutes. After mixing, the cement grout, a pressure hose is connected to the grouting pipe which acts as tremie pipe for grouting. The other end of the pressure hose is connected to a diesel engine high pressure pump.

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## Micropile Design Calculations

Micropile design for underpinning works for an old building is shown as follows. The subsoil consists of about 3m of very soft clay, 5m to 8m of stiff to hard sandy clay with gravels (SPT = 11 to 42). The bedrock generally consists of highly weathered and fractured sandstone/shale (RQD = 0 25%, UCS = 7.5 Mpa). 1) Micropile details Diameter of micropile Design load of micropile Pipe diameter Pipe wall thickness Steel grade (API pipe) Yield strength (a)

= = = = =

## 200 mm 300 kN 101.6 mm 8.08 mm N80

= 500 N/mm2

Check for structural capacity Ultimate structural capacity PU = B (101.62 -85.44 2) X 500 kN 4 1000 = 1187 kN Applying factor of safety of 2.5. Allowable structural capacity. PA = 1187 2.5 = 475 kN > 300 kN OK

(b)

Check for geotechnical capacity Based on boreholes BH1 and BI-12, the depth of bedrock (sandstone/shale) varies from 8.7 m to 11.0 m b.g.l. Since the overburden soil consists of about 3.0 m of very soft soil, the shaft friction on the remaining overburden soil (5 to 8 m) with N value of 11 to 42 should be ignored and the micropiles are designed to be socketed into the bedrock. The socketing length in rock, L, is worked out as follows: FS Qa = 0.05 qa B D x L + 0.5qa B D2 4 where FS is the factor of safety = 2.5

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## FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY

Pile Design Report = Allowable geotechnical capacity = Unconfined compressive strength of rock = 7.5 Mpa for sandstone/shale

Qa qa

## Bond stress D 2.5 x 300

= 5% of UCS of rock = Diameter of micropile hole = 0.05 x 7.5 x 103 x B x0.2 L + 0.5 x 7.5 x 103 x B x 0.22 4

750 L

## = 235.6 L + 117.8 = 2.68 m

Designed socketing length of pile = 3.0 m 2) Check overall underpinning pile support Estimated total load of the whole building (3 storey). = 2,000 tons No. of micropile points Load on each pile = 95 = 2,000 95 = 21 tons Working load for each micropile provided = 30 tons OK 3) Check for anchorage bond between underpinning pile and the existing foundatic Since epoxy grout is used to fill the hole formed by the micropile in the existir foundation and the strength of epoxy grout is much higher than the concrete strength, it can be consid ered as monolithic for the whole foundation.

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## Pile Design Report

Critical section for shear check Existing Column Stump 650mm 100 mm

## Proposed 200mm micropile

1900mm

4)

Check for shear failure of existing foundation. Perimeter for shear check, p = 1900 mm

Effective depth of foundation, d = 1050-50-10 = 990 mm Maximum reaction load, Shear stress, V V = 300 kN = V Pd = 300 x 103 1900 x 990 = 0.16 N/mm2 From Table 3.9, BS 8110 for d > 400 mm and 100As/bd = 0.25 (nominal reinforcement), allowable shear stress Vc = 0.40 N/mm2 V<Vc OK

In grouting operation, the cement grout is pumped into the borehole through the pipe by tremie method. All loose material, cuttings and water in the borehole are displaced by the cement grout. Pressure applied should be just adequate to displace the cutting and water from the borehole. Temporary casings should be withdrawn where cement grout overflow from the casing and top up cement grout if necessary.

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## Pile Design Report

Item No.
A.

Description
Design and install cast in-situ 800kN working capacity micropiles complete with reinforcement as shown on the drawings in provisional lengths 20.0m and pressuregrouted with and including approved grouting material, drilling in all types of soils and rock and all coring casings, linings, plugs, etc. and disposal of all excavated material and debris from site. Design information:a) b) c) d) Diameter of piles: 200mm Main bars: 3Y50 Links: R05 helical link @ 100mm c/c Steel casings: 292mm O.D x 9mm thick

Quantity Unit

Rate

e) Grout: Cement grout, w/c = 0.5, fcu = 20N/m2 f) Grout additives: Non shrink admixture g) Factor of safety : 2.5 h) Bond strength: 0.9N/mm2 i) Bond length: 10m j) Ultimate load: 2016kN k) Capacity: 800kN l) Working load: 800kN m) etc Design and install all capping plates and starter bars Design information:Plate size: 250 x 250mm Plate thickness: 25mm Starter bar size: 3Y50 or 8Y25

B.

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## Pile Design Report

Projek :

1.0

Tujuan Laporan ini bertujuan untuk menyampaikan laporan penyiasatan tanah dan syor-syor asas yang sesuai bagi:Projek blok tambahan pada hospital bersalin, Kuala Lumpur. Skop Projek Perlaksanaan projek ini melibatkan pembinaan blok tambahan 2 tingkat di Hospital Bersalin. Blok yang dicadangkan ini dikelilingi oleh bangunan sedia ada. Keadaan Tanah 3.1 Sebanyak 3 ujian gerekan dalam telah dijalankan. Hasil ujian menunjukkan keadaan lapisan tanah seperti berikut :Jenis Tanah SPT (blows/ft.) Ukurdalam(m) 0 - 4.5 Very soft CLAY 0-4 4.5 - 9/10.5 Loose SAND 1-7 9/10.5-13.5/16.0 Stiff silt or CLAY 1-9 13.5/16.0 Limestone RQD = 73 - 100%. >16.0 Limestone 3.2 Kedudukan aras air bawah tanah ialah 1.45m.

2.0

3.0

4.0

syor-syor Asas 4.1 Penapak konkrit tetulang adalah tidak sesuai kerana keupayaan galas yang rendah dan jugs paras air bawah-tanah adalah tinggi. "Driven R.C. or steel piles" adalah juga tidak sesuai kerana masalah "noise & vibration" dikawasan Hospital sukar diterima. "Inclined bedrock" juga mungkin mengakibat "excessive pile deviations". Syor-syor asas yang dicadangkan adalah seperti berikut :-

Jenis Bangunan

Jenis Asas

## Geseran Kulit negatif 400kN

Beba Ujian

Blok Tambahan Cerucuk 200 16.5-19 200kN mikro with 102 (micropile) API paip (4) 4.2

Cerucuk mikro hendaklah digerudi sehingga ke paras batukapur dan dikunci (key) minima 3m ke dalam batukapur. Sekurang-kurangnya 2 bilangan cerucuk digunakan untuk setiap tiang. Jack pile (200x200xl5m) juga boleh diterima sebagai cerucuk gantian.
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4.3 4.4

## Pile Design Report

5.0

Syor-syor Tambahan 5.1 Jika rongga (cavity) ditemui, cerucuk hendaklah dipanjangkan melebihi rongga dan dikunci (keyed) minima 3m ke dalam batukapur tanpa rongga. (rujuk Fig. 1). 5.2 Untuk mengatasi masalah penanaman micropile dirongga, penender mestilah diarah mengemukakan cadangan sistem 'micropile installation' dan teknik-teknik 'grouting' dirongga semasa tawaran dibuat.

6.0

Hal-hal lain Satu set rekod penanaman cerucuk-cerucuk yang diuji berserta ujian beban hendaklah dihantar ke Unit Makmal bagi tujuan dokumentasi.

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## Pile Design Report

Lampiran A

Micropile Specfication
1. General The work involves the construction of 200mm (8") diameter micropile. The micropile shall be fabricated using steel tube and the bond length of micropile shall be 16m or directed by the S.O. The working load of micropile is 200 kN and factor of safety used in design is 2.0. The whole of work and materials shall be in, accordance with curreht Malaysian or British Standard or other National Standards approved by the S.O. Reinforcement Steel grade - HFS 16 (BS: 1775 - 1964) External diameter 139mm (51/2) Thickness - 9.5mm (3/8") 2 Yield strength - 250 N/mm (16 Tsi) Grout The grout shall be thcFoughly mixed with Ordinary Portland Cement (MS522) and water (MS28). The grout shall be Antishrink cement grout. The water cement ratio shall be 0245 0.50. The 28 days. Strength for cement grout shall be 25N/mm (3570 psi). The representa tive cubes shall be collected on each day of grouting works for testing on the 28th days. Details of admixture shall be submitted to the S.O. for approval before commencement of works. The use of the admixture shall comply with instruction by the manufacturer & MS 922. The grout shall be free from segregation, slumping, & bleeding of water and fine materials during and after placing. Installation
a) Drilling

2.

3.

4.

The drilling for installation of micropile shall guarantee the absence of Vibration which may cause damage to the existing building. Adequate precaution must be taken to ensure boreholes for micropile do not collapse during drilling. If necessary, temporary casing shall be used. During drilling of borehole, the con tractor shall maintain complete record of soil profile. The logging shall include depth of soil and water table. This drilled hole Viand! soil bore log shall be signed by contractor's site representative and a copy of which shall be deposited with the S.O. The contractor shall be required to keep representative sample of soil for each soil profil in plastic bag for inspection by.the S.O. Sample may only be disposed after the S.O. is satisfied that the logging has been properly done. The type-of drilling equipment shall be approved by the S.O. The drilled hole shall be flushed ckean.with air or water.
b) Fabrication of micro pile

Method of splicing of bars or pipes shall be approved by the S.O. Centralisers at about 3m centre must be used to ensure a minimum cover of 25mm or directed by the S.O.

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## Pile Design Report

c)

Grouting

The contractor shall also provide details on method and equipment used in grout mixing. Further information such as grouting pressure, grouting procedure, grout ing equipment and techniques employed in grouting under water shall also be furnished and approved by the S.O. 'To prevent deterioration of strength of soil, soil coring, installation of reinforce ment and cement grouting shall be carried out in one continous operation. 5. Load Testing Micro-pile shall be load tested to 2 times design load using the Maintain Load Test. Minimum of one (1) load test shall be carried out. The contractor shall also specify and pro vide details of the method of load testing. Micropile shall be constructed only after the pre liminary pile pass the load test requirements of JKR standard specification for building Works.

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## Pile Design Report

Bil.
1

Description
MICROPILES (ALL PROVISIONAL)

Unit

Quantity

Rate

A. B.

Allow for Preliminaries Provide all necessary piling equipment on site, maintain on site, dismantle and remove from site on completion, allow for all standing or idling time and cost of operation for the whole of piling works.

Item

Item

C.

Installation of 200mm diameter Micropiles in soil, including coring, 4" diameter pipe, steel plate head, jointing and extension and grouting in cement, all as specified (50 positions) MR

D.

Provide all necessary pile testing equipment on site, dismantle and remove from site on completion. T est 200mm diameter Micropiles in soil as specified. NO

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Lampiran E1

## Pile Design for SMK (Perempuan Raja Zarina) Kelang

1. 2. 3. 4. This project consists of construction of one additional 3-storey school block. Max column load = 57 ton This is a typical coastal alluvium site where first 60ft to 100 ft consists of very soft clay Deep Sounding is very suitable and 4 nos of D/S results give consistent results as shown in Lampiran E-1 The site is a flat land and the first 4 ft is imported fill (about 5 years ago) Negative friction has to be checked. Selection of piles (Refer to Fig. 1) 6.1 Non displacement piles not suitable because of low column load and very soft clay near the first 100 ft. 6.2 6.3 7. Timber pile also not suitable bacause its max length is about 40 ft. only. Use 12" x 12" x 100 ft R.C. piles Design load = 30 Ton/pile (max)

5.

6.

Check Pile Capacity (Refer to Lampiran E-1) From D/S results Qu = Qs + Qp = ultimate capacity = skin friction = end resistance

where Qu Qs Qp

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## Pile Design Report

7.1

Skin friction, Qs Based on total friction (remoulded) At 30m (100ft), total friction = 3,000 kg. Qs = tube friction x-pile perimeter tube perimeter = 3,000 x (12" x 2.54 x 4) 11.3 = 32,300 kg = 30 Ton. Based on local friction (undisturbed) Qs = (8.5 x 0.05 + 7.5 x 0.13 + 13 x 0.27 + 0.9) x 3.28 x 4 x 0.92 = 70 Ton Sensitivity = Qs (undisturbed) Qs (remoulded) = 70 30 = 2.3, within usual range Q's = " Qs, where " = 0.7 (Bjerrum) = 0.7 x 70 = 49 Ton

7.2

End Resistance, Qp, Qp = 80 (kg/cm2) x 1 ft2 x 0.92 = 73.6 Ton Qu = 49 + 73.6 = 122.6 Ton

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## Pile Design Report

7.3

Negative friction Negative friction for piles at spacing more than 3 x diameters is fn = 0.2 Po (Bjerrum) where Po = effective overburden = h = 100' (100psf - 62.4 psf) = 3760 psf Max. fn = 0.2 Po = 0.2 x 3760 = 752 psf = (0 + 752)/2 = 376 psf = = = = fn x As 376 x (100 x 4) 150,400 lb 67 Ton

Average fn

## Total negative friction

7.4

Allowable load, Qs The negative skin friction, QN should only considered in combination with dead load because QN acts mainly at the lower portion of the pile and would only affect the settlement. 2.5 QD.L = Qu - QN QD.L = 70% Qa 2.5 x 0.7Qa = Qu - QN Qa = (Qu - QN) /1.75 = (122.6 - 67)/1.75 = 31 Ton say 30 Ton/pile

The filling is done about 5 years ago. At least 60 - 70% consolidation com pleted. fn used is about the same as the undrained shear strength. Hence QN estimated is on the light side. To prevent tensile stress and buckling during driving, free drop hammers is preferred. 8. Recommendation Use 12" x 12" x 100 ft R.C. piles Friction piles, driven to the required pene:,tration and load test to verify the capacity. (No "set" required).# Load tests after 4 weeks of driving.
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Notes :

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## Pile Design Report

Memo
Daripada: Kepada: Bil surat: Penolong Pengarah Makmal,Caw. Rekabentuk & Penyelidikan, IP. JKR Penolong Pengarah(Binaan), Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L. (X) dlm. PKR.RB 4112 Tarikh : 26.3.1983

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2. 2.1

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.6

## Pile Design Report

berlebihan dan cerucuk - cerucuk yang masih tidak set diparas yang dalam (>10m). Adalah dicadangan supaya tambahan sebanyak 25m disertakan didalam B.Q. 2.7 Oleh kerana keadaan tanah yang rumit (tricky) jurutera tapak bina hendaklah selalu rujuk kepada keputusan penyelidikan tapak semasa menyelia kerja - kerja pembinaan asas. Apabila cerucuk dijangka sampai paras batu dasar, kejatuhan pemukul (drop of hammer) hendaklah dikurangkan. Tujuan langkah ini ialah untuk better keying & bed ding effect on rock surface. Langkah ini juga akan mengurangkan cerucuk daripada menyimpang berlebihan.

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...................................................... (Ir. Neoh Cheng Aik), Jurutera Kerja Kanan (R1), bp. Penolong Pengarah (Makmal), Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L.

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Lampiran A

Cadangan Asas Untuk Pro jek Mas jid Batu 31/2, Jalan Cheras,K.L.

1.

Bangunan Masjid (13T - 105T) Sila gunakan cerucul; keluli 203mm x 203mm x 45kg/m (Grade 43A9 BS 4360) den gan beban keupayaan 210 0/eerucuk. Untuk tujuan tawaran, panjang cerucuk ialah 8.5m (27ft) ATAU "R-C- cylinder foundation".Sila lihat Para 2.1

2.

Bangunan Quarters Kelas G(9T - 16T) Sila gunakan eerucuk I-,yu berubat (treated timber pile) 125m x 125m dengan beban keupayaan 5W/oerucuk. Untuk tujuan taviarany panjang cerucuk ialah 8.5m (27 ft).

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Lampiran E 5

## Extension of Terminal Building, Subang Airport

1. General The project consists of extension of International and Domestic Transper Corridor for Subang International Airport. The proposed-site is situated approximately 13 miles west of Kuala Lumpur. Due to the close proximity of the proposed site to the existing terminal building v where the Control Tower for the airport is located, severe vibration such as driving piles is unaccept abldo Bored and Cast-in-situ piles were considered most suitable. 2. Soil Condition The site consists of residual soils of granite. Lampiran E5-1 represents the generalised poil profile. The top layer of the soil consists of brown firm sandy silty clay with some organic matters. The depth of this top soil varies from 6" to 2ft. Beneath this top soil underlies the yellowish with patches of grey medium sandy clayey silt with some gravelse This medium sandy clayey silt extend to a depth of 40 to 85 ft. below R.L. 86.00'. Between these layers of medium sandy clayey silt and the frac tured or slightly weathered granite bedrocksq lies the greyish very stiff decomposed granite residual soil. The thickness of this decomposed granite residual soil varies. Water table is about Oft. b.g.l. Load Settlement Criteria The system of piling to be designed shall meet the followings:a) Safety Factor

3.

The factor of safety for the purpose of computing the working load shall be taken as 2.5.

The working load adopted for single pile shall not be greater than the ultimate load divided by the safety factor of 2.5 and the ultimate load is defined as: (i) Load at which the gross settlement continues to increase without any further increase in load. (ii) Load at which gross settlement is 10% of the pile diameter.

c) Settlement Criteria

(i)

Gross settlement of the pile at working load during the first cycle of load ing, loading to one time working load, shall not exceed 0.5". The residual settlement of the pile at the end of the first cycle of loading shall not exceed 0.10". The gross settlement of the pile at twice the working load shall not exceed 1.5"

(ii)

(iii)

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d) Group Effect

Negligible because of small group (2 or 3 pile per group) & large spacing 2.5 . 4. Structural Capacity of Piles Since piles are not fully reinforced, the structural capacity of the piles will be solely depend on the concrete section of the piles* In this case, the pile is reinforced for the top 40ft. only for the dispersion of the possible slight bending moment elperienced at the pile top. The piles will be designed as short columns. According to CP 2004, the structural carrying capacity of Cast-in-situ concrete pile, that is, the safe working load per pile, W W - 1/4 (Acc.Uw) Where Acc Uw = = = = = = Gross cross section of the area of concrete Specified cube crushing strength at 28 days. 3000 psi. 18, max. structural load = 24, max. structural load = 30, max structural load = 80 Ton. 150 Ton 230 Ton.

For d d d 5.

Check Pile Capacity Use 18" bored piles x85 ft max. Meyerhofs formula (modified) is applicable for bored piles in residual soil Qu Qs + Qp = = = where N = N As As = = = fs As.+ Op Ap N As + N. Ap 50 average SPT along pile shaft average SPT near pile base (4 above pile base & 2 below pile base). pile shaft area (ft2) pile base area (ft2)

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Based on DB12

## 18" x 75' N N Qs = = = = = 16 50 fs = N 50 = 0.32 TSF

qp = 50 TSB

fs As 0.32 x (1.5' x 3.1416 x 75) = 113 Ton 50 x (1/4 x 1.52 x 3.1416) = 88 Ton

Qp Qa

Based on DB 10

## 80 qp = 80 TSF 0-4 x (1o5 x 301416 x 55)

=104 Ton

Qp Qa

80 x (1/4 x 1o5 x 1o5 x 3o1416) = 141 Ton Qs/2.0 + Op/3.0 = 52 + 47 = 99 Ton say 80 Ton.

Based on DB 13

## 0.46 x (1.5 x 3.1416 x 80)

35 x (1/4 x 3o1416 x 1o5 x 145) =62 Ton Qs / 2.0 + Qp / 3.0 =173/2 + 62/3.0 = 86 + 31 = 117 Ton > 80 Ton.
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6.

Founding Level Founding level should be determined by observing the soil type from the boring. Suitable founding soil should be weathered granite bedrock or oompacted/cemented clayey silt with gravels, or up to a max depth of eft'. In case of dou7gt, SPT should be carried in the bored base. Recommendation Use 18 bored pile Vrith max capacity 80 Ton per pile. Site engineer should use the DB results to determine the founding level. Para 6 above can be used as a guide. 4 Nos load tests should be carried out to verify the capacity.

7.

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## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

DB 10 DB 9 DB 8 DB 7 DB 5 DB 4 DB 6 DB 3 DB 2

DB 13

DB 12

DB 11

DB 1

## Sandy silty clay

Stiff sandy clayey silt with gravels Compact clayey silty sand with gravels

## Fig. 1 Soil Profile

Scale: Horizontal 3/16 to 480

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## Pile Design Report

Lampiran E 6

1.

Objective To design the foundation system for the proposed Dewan Orang Ramai in Kampung Cheras Baru Introduction 2.1 The proposed.structure is a one-storey assembly-hall'situated on Lot 405 in Kampung Ceras Baru, M11rim Ampang, Daerah Hulu Langat

2.

## Maximum Minimum 3. Site Condition

3.1

- 68T - 30T

Surface Condition

The terrain is generally flat. It was formerly an old building site that has been cleared. Springs of water are visible which suggest the ground water table is very near the ground surface. The only visible form of undergrowth are bushes and shrubs.
3.2 Subsurface Condition

3.2.1

Referring to the geological map of Kuala Lumpur District (after Ting and Ooi 1972)2, Kampung Cheras Baru is located in the Granite region. Hence the soil is residual Gradite soil.

3.2.2

Scope of Site Investigation. Initially 6 Nos of JKR Probes were performed by the district office of JKR Hulu Langat. Due to the inconsistency of the probe results, a more elaborate method of sub-soil exploration in the form of 3 Nos. Deep Boring was done by the Unit Makmal Ibu Pejabat JKR. Borehole positions are as indicated in Appendix B. From the borelog results (APPENDIX C) the soil profile is not consistent along the three boreholes. Generally) though, the sub-soil eonsists of interlayer between sand, clay and stilt. The first 9 metres Appears to be com prised of loose to medium dense sand and very soft-to firm clays (the variation occuring with depth). Below 9m the soil seems to improve from medium dense to very dense silts and sands as well as stiff to very hard clays. The groundwater is very near to the surface and the subsoil is assumed to be fully saturated. Other Relevant Information. Near to the proposed site of the hall, in a north, easterly direction is sit uated a quarry. There is an access-road leading to the intended site but it is in a bad state.

3.2.3

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## Foundation Analysis and Recommendation

4.1 Selection of type of foundation

With reference-to the results obtained from the S.I. done the first 5 metres com prises of compressible material which is of insufficient strength to sustain the intended imposed loads. Hence an ordinary shallow foundation in the form of a pad footing would not suffice. A piled foundation system is warranted here in order to transfer the loads to the stronger material found below 15m of the ground-level. In selecting the particular type of pile'to be used, particular consid eration has been made to (a) Cost. (b) (c) (d) (e) Driving lengths Resistance to hard driving. Strength mf pile as structural member Effectiveness in mobilising friction and end-bearing

(see T able 1)

## Table 1 : Selection of Pile Type

T ype of pile Max. length of Driving possible (18m) R.C. Steel v v 2 1 3 v v X 2 1 3 v v X 2 1 3 v v X 1 2 3 v v X Resistance to Hard Driving Structural Capacity Merit as frictional pile Merit as end bearing pile 2 1 3 v X v 2 3 1 Cost (per m run)

T imber X

## Figures in box represents order of choise e.g. 3 third choice

From Table 1, the most apparent' choice would be to use steel piles. However, based on the soil variation (profile) and the intended loading system which is rel atively small, the .use of steel' piles is overly conservative. Furthermore hard driving is not expected.RC piles would be more appropriate in this case because; (a) it is more economical (b) RC piles would be able to mobilise sufficient safe end-bearing resistance at a much shallower depth than would be necessary fdv its steel counter part. Due to its rougher surface texture RC piles can mobilise frictional resist ance better than steel piles

(c)

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Hence RC Piles would serve better and cheaper than-steel piles as both a friction al and end-bearing pile in this particular sub-soil condition.

4.2.1 Design Assumptions (a) The soil is fully saturated. In calculating the effective overburden pressure, Pd, the values of X sat for the various soil categories are obtained from Appendix B in Ref. 1 (Pg. 397). (b) For an SPT value of N 11p the undrained cohesion Cu, is assumed approximately to be 125 lbs/ft , Due to the inconsistency in the soil variation for the three boreholes, the piles were designed based on each individual borehole result and the worst (or lowest)' calculated working load per pile was adopted for use. The criteria for design was only to consider both frictional and end-bear ing piles. Totally frictional or totally end-bearing-piles were not consid ered. Assumed that piles would achieve safe and bearing resistance in soil lay ers with SPT values of N-~ 15 i.e. in medium dense coesionless soils or stiff cohesive layers. Factor of safety adopted is 2.5 (para 4.6 pg. 149 of. ref. 1) Lower values of were assumed for silts as compared to sands.Generally,

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f) (g)

## Type of Silts V.loose to loose Medium Dense Dense to V.Dense

N 0 - 10 10 - 30 30

27 - 29 29 - 34 34 - 39

(h)

In obtaining the end-bearing resistance in cohesion soils, the bearing capacity factor No is taken to be 9 (Para 2 Pg. 122 Ref. 1)

4.2.2 Formulae Used in the Estimation of the Ultimate Loads 4.2.2.1 In Cohesionless Soil. For frictional resistance *Qs Avg. uni akin friction = is (1.) Ref. 1 Pg. 137 Para 4)

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Pile Design Report where Qs a Ultimate akin resistance As = .Area, of shaft . Avg. unit skin friction is obtained from Fig. 4.19 Pg. 139 of Ref. 1) *The foriaula (Ref. 1 Pg. 136 Eln. 4.13) .

Qs = 1/2 K, Pd tan As is not applicable in this particular case because it becomes invalid for penetration depths/width ratios 10-20 for straight sided piles (Ref. 1 Pg. 137) For End-Bearing Qb = Pd Nq Ab where Qs = Ultimate End,-Bearing Resistance. Pd = Effective Overburden Pressure Nq = Bearing Capacity Factor (obtained from Berezantsevs' Curves in Ref. 1 Pg 134 Fig. 4.14 (b) ) Ab = Area of pile base It should be noted that value of Qb at penetration depths of 20 diameters is taken as the peak value for ultimate end bearing resistance but shall not exceed 100 tons/ft2. 4.2.2.2 In Cohesive Soil For frictional resistance Qs = Cu As where Qs = Ultimate skin resistance - (3) (Ref. 1 Pg. 123 Eqn. 4o5) ,

## = adhesion factor (taken - 1)

Cu = Average undisturbed undrained cohesion of soil surrounding pile shaft As = Area of shaft For End-bearing resistance Qs = No Cb Ab - (4)(Ref. 1 Pg. 122 Eqn. 4.2)

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## Pile Design Report

where No = Bearing Capacity factor (taken = 9) Cb = Undisturbed undrained cohesion of soil at pile toe Ab = Area of pile base 4.2.3 Recommendation Scope of work done on S.I. were 6 Nos. JO -Probes and 3 Nos. Deep Boring. On compilation of the results, the soil profile was generalized as
Table 2 : Generalized Soil Profile Depth (m) 0-9 9 - 13 > 13 Soil Type and Condition Loose sand and soft clay M. Dense Silts and firm clay Dense/V.Dense silts and firm /stiff/v.stiff clays

follows:A piled foundation system was selected instead. of shallow foundation in order to transfer the loads onto the stronger layers at the lower depths. RC piles were chosen and- designed to be partly frictional and partly endr bearing. Trids were done with 15" s 15", 12" z 12" and 10" = 10" RC
Pile size Penetration Depth (m) 15" x 15" 12" x 12" 21.5 20 21.5 16.5 10" x 10" 19.5 Working loads (Tons/pile) BH 1 101 69 70 32 42 BH 2 37 40 28 26 BH 3 42 52 31 31

## Table 3 : Summary of Analysis

piles. The results are summarised in the table below. It should be noted that due. to the inconsistency of the soil variation of the three boreholes done, the design was based on each individual borehole. From the analysis done, it was decided to use a combined system of RC piles driven to a depth of 2090m below formation level in order to opti mise the cost of pile installation and prevent the problem of eccentricity between columns and single pile foundation system during construction.

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Hence the recommended system is as follows:For the-loading range of (a) 30T - 40T - Use 10" _ .10" RC pile with a working load of 20T/pile driven to a depth of 20m below forma tion level. (b) 40T - 70T - Use a minimum of 2 Nose 12" = 12" piles with a working load of 35T/pile driven to a depth of 20m below formation level.

4.3

Settlement Analysis

In this particular project, the concern for settlement would be over (a) settlement of the pile toe (b) settlement of the sub-soil due 'to the surcharge weight of the fill material. 4-3.1 In the case of (a), settlement checks were not done as the piles are not totally fric tional and generally the recommended foundation system would result in only 2 Nos* of piles to a . group. Furthermore, work done by X.Je Tomlinson have shown that for piles of small to medium (up to 600mm) diameter the settlement under the working load will not exceed 10mm or 3/8" if the safety factor is not lower than 2.500..-00.00. (Ref- 1 Pg. 149) Settlement. of tho sub-soil due to the surcharge weight of the fill material 4.3.2.1 Essumptions made (a) Soil layers with an SPT value of N48 were taken as compressible lay ers (b) (c) Depth of compressible layer = 12m, .

4.3.2

Effective area of fill was approximated to be the same as the plan area of the proposed Dewan Orang Ramai i.e. B - 17m and L . 321x. Depth of fill was not constant throughout the site. This is because the original ground level is not the same over the intended site.
Plane DB 2
qf2 DB 2

(d)

0.3m

Plane DB 3
qf3

0.6m

DB 3

qf1 DB 1

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Pile Design Report Below is a schematic presentation of the fill depth and area.

(e) (f)

The bulk density of the fill material was assumed to be 18 bulk The borehole positions were taken as the points of consideration in estimating the settlement of the soft layer due to the surcharge weight of the fill, i.e. Points DB1,'DB2 and DB3 With regards to (e), the generalized surcharge weights over the'respeo tive points in a plane orientation (see Fig. 1) areaPlane DB1; qf1 - 18 kN/m2 Plane DB2; qf2 - 6 kN,/m2 Plane DB3; qf3 - 12 kN/m2

(g)

(h)

The compressible soil was classified as type CL under the Casagrande classification system Liquid Limit of the soil was assumed to be 35% Voids ratio assumed to be 0.7 The Compression Inde= Cc was obtained from the relationship cc o 0.009 (Lw - 10%) where Lw = liquid limit-of the clay (Eqn. 2.24 Ref. 3 Pg. 128)

## (i) (j) (k)

4.3.2.2

Estimation of settlement To obtain the average immediate _settlement the method of Janbu, Jerrum and Kjaernsli was adopted where Average settlement = p1 = U1 U1 of B ....(5) E U1 Uo are obtained from Refs 1 Pg. 180 Fig. 5.10 qf = net surcharge of the fill B = width of fill area E = Modulus of Elasticity of clay Values of E were obtained from Ref. 1 Pg. 186 BU- 5 .17 For Consolidation Settlement, Terzaghils conventional 1-D consolidation theory was used. So = Co 1 t e, H. Log Po +z ......(6) Po

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## Pile Design Report

where, Co = Compression Index Eo = Initial voids ratio H = Thickness of compressible layer (m) Po = Effective overburden pressure (kN/m2)

z =

## Values of were obtained from

z = qfI o
Where qf = surcharge of fill

## .... (7) (Ref. 4 Pg. 223)

Io = Influence factors obtained from Padumts Chart (Ref. 4 .Fgi 224 Fig. 7.2) 4.3.2.3 From the settlement analysis. done on the effect of the surcharge weight of the fill material, the following were obtained settlement under plane DB1 - 92mm (3.6") settlement under plane DB2 - 30am (1.2") settlement under plane DB3 - 232 am (9") (centre of fill) Obviously, there is substantial total and differential settlement of the soft layer due to the effect of the fill surcharge. In the light. of this estimation, it is advisable to design a suspended floor for the proposed structure and to use tie-beams (ground beams) for the foundation sys tem (tied in two cUreotions) in order to have a more rigid structure.

4.4.1

2 nos. of load tests are recommended in accordance with JKt siandard specificationsiUnit Malarial are to be advised of the date the loading tests are to be done and copies of the results are to be cent to Unit Makmal for purposes of monitoring and records. The test loadings should be done at least 4 weeks after the test piles are driven, to fully mobilise frictional resistance between soil and pile interface.

4.4.2

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4.5

Associated Designs

4.5.1

Requirements of fill material and its commotion Soil should be of suit able selected fill material. The H.S. 1377 s 1972 method shall be used as the standard compaction test for determining the moisture density relationship of the soil. The selected material should have liquid limit values less than 35 (LL 35) and values of plasticity index less than 55 (Pole L 55)-The -field density after compaction shall be determined in accordance with the "Band Replacement Method" or AASHO T205-64 (Rubber Balloon Method). The fill shall be compacted to a density of not less than 95% of the ma3d!m,m dry density as determined by the Standard Compaction Test. The type of compacting equipment to be used shall be subject to the approval of the Superintending Officer.

4.5.2

Structural Recommendations In order to deal with the expected settlement of the soft sub-soil due to the surcharge of the fill material, it is advisable to design a suspended floor system for the structure. Further precautions should be taken in the form of tying the columns in two-directions with ground beams so as to' haves. more rigid struc ture.

5.

Conclusion From the-analysis done based on assumptions laid down in Clause ~4.2.1, the recommen dations are i) For the load range of 30T - 40T Use 10'1 x 10" RC piles with a working load of 20T/pile 40T - 702' Use a minimum of 2 Nos 12" x 12" piles with a working load of 35T/pile:

ii) The piles shall function as partly frictional and partly end-bearing. iii) Piles are to be driven to set below the formation level iv) Specify tender lengths to be 20m and an additional 10% should be added to the number of piles specified in the BQ or summary of tender to cater for pile deviations during driving. v) Use suspended floor and tie beams are to be provided in two directions between the col umn positions. 6. Appendices Appendix A : Location Plan Appendix B : Layout plan showing locations of site investigation
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Appendix C : 7.

## Generalized soil profile Borelog Results

Bibliography Ref. 1 :

PILE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE M. J. TOAIIINSON VIEWPOINT PUBLICATION MALAYSIAN SOILS AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEKS - DR. 001 TECK AUN FOUNDATION RESIGN AND CONS'T'RUCTION - M.J. TOMLINSON PITMAN INTEMATIONAL TEXT 3rd Edition ELEMENT OF SOIL MECHANICS - G. N. SMITH CROSBY LOW00D STAPLES 4th Edition '

Ref. 2

Ref. 3

Ref. 4

## Cawangan Jalan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, K.L

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Proposed Pile V.soft silty clay N=2 Med. dense to loose silty sand V.Loose silty sandy N=2 V.loose silty sand N=1 V.soft silty clay N=0 Loose silty sand N=2 V.soft silty clay N=2 V.Loose silty sandy N=2 Firm clayey silt N=4 Sofy sandy silt N=4 Firm silty clay N=5 18.00 Stiff clayey silt N=15 18.00 Firm silty clay N=14 Firm silty clay N=7 15.00 Stiff silty clay N=15 V.Stiff clayey silt N=35 19.50 Hard silty clay N=30 25.50 Hard clayey silt N=50 Hard clayey silt N=40 27.00 Hard clayey silt N>50 28.70 29.45 -30.6 -32.1 V.dense silty sand N>50 Granite -34.25 Granite -21.6 Quartzite and decomposed granite Sandy silt N>50 V.stiff clayey silt N=24 4.50 V.soft silty clay N=1 Loose silty sand N=2 Med. dense silty sand N=21 7.50 9.00 Soft silty clay N=4 Firm silty clay N=8 12.00 13.50 Stiff clayey silt N=18 5.00 6.00 2.45 3.15 Loose silty sand N=5 2.00 3.00

4.0 5.0

6.0

9.0

13.5

22.5

28.5

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Cadangan Syor asas untuk Projek Rumah Kediaman Kelas 'G' Penjara Penor, Kuantan, Pahang.
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Cadangan Kelas G, Penjara Penoh, Kuantan, Pahang. Evaluation of 12 x 12 reinforced concrete pile. Borehole 1
Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33*** * 34.5 36 Soil Description Top soi l, soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey silt Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 8 7 7 6 9 18 16 30 25 24 21 30 50 50 S.P.T (Na) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 5.5 7 7.5 7 6.5 7.5 13.5 17 23 27.5 24.5 22.5 25.5 40 50 Fs 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.11 0.14 0.15 0.14 0.13 0.15 0.27 0.34 0.46 0.55 0.49 0.45 0.51 0.80 1.00 Ap (ft) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Qs (Tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.98 2.16 2.76 2.95 2.76 2.56 2.95 5.31 6.69 9.05 10.82 9.64 8.86 10.04 15.74 19.68 Qs (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.98 3.15 5.90 8.86 11.61 14.17 17.12 22.44 29.13 38.18 49.00 58.65 67.50 77.54 93.28 112.96 Fb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 24 32 28 28 24 36 72 64 120 100 96 84 120 200 200 Ab (sq ft) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

## Pile Design Report

Qb (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.00 24.00 32.00 28.00 28.00 24.00 36.00 72.00 64.00 120.00 100.00 96.00 84.00 120.00 200.00 200.00

Qu (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.98 27.15 37.90 36.86 39.61 38.17 53.12 94.44 93.13 158.18 149.00 154.65 151.50 197.54 293.28 312.96

Qa (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.39 10.86 15.16 14.74 15.84 15.27 21.25 37.77 37.25 63.27 59.60 61.86 60.60 79.02 117.31 125.19 79.02

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D only

1869.6

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Cadangan Kelas G, Penjara Penoh, Kuantan, Pahang. Evaluation of 12 x 12 reinforced concrete pile. Borehole 2
Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33**** 34.5 36 Soil Description Top soi l, soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey silt Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 12 7 5 4 6 6 5 24 26 24 30 50 50 50 S.P.T (Na) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7.5 11.5 9.5 6 4.5 5 6 5.5 14.5 25 25 27 40 50 50 Fs 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.15 0.23 0.19 0.12 0.09 0.10 0.12 0.11 0.29 0.50 0.50 0.54 0.80 1.00 1.00 Ap (ft) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Qs (Tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.79 2.95 4.53 3.74 2.36 1.77 1.97 2.36 2.16 5.71 9.84 9.84 10.63 15.74 19.68 19.68 Qs (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.79 3.74 8.27 12.00 14.37 16.14 18.11 20.47 22.63 28.34 38.18 48.02 58.65 74.39 94.07 113.75 Fb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 44 48 28 20 16 24 24 20 96 104 96 120 200 200 200 Ab (sq ft) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Qb (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16.00 44.00 48.00 28.00 20.00 16.00 24.00 24.00 20.00 96.00 104.00 96.00 120.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 Qu (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16.79 47.74 56.27 40.00 34.37 32.14 42.11 44.47 42.63 124.34 142.18 144.02 178.65 274.39 294.07 313.75 Qa (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.71 19.10 22.51 16.00 13.75 12.86 16.84 17.79 17.05 49.74 56.87 57.61 71.46 109.76 117.63 125.50 71.46

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = 1869.6 Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D only

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Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33 34.5 36 S.P.T Soil Description Top soil , soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey s and Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9 12 9 11 8 6 5 6 30 30 50 50 50 50 50 (Na) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8.5 10.5 10.5 10 9.5 7 5.5 5.5 18 30 40 50 50 50 50 Fs 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.08 0.17 0.21 0.21 0.20 0.19 0.14 0.11 0.11 0.36 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Ap (ft ) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Qs (Tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.57 3.35 4.13 4.13 3.94 3.74 2.76 2.16 2.16 7.08 11.81 15.74 19.68 19.68 19.68 19.68 Qs (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.57 4.92 9.05 13.19 17.12 20.86 23.62 25.78 27.95 35.03 46.84 62.58 82.26 101.94 121.62 141.30 Fb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 36 48 36 44 32 24 20 24 120 120 200 200 200 200 200 Ab (sq ft) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Qb (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32.00 36.00 48.00 36.00 44.00 32.00 24.00 20.00 24.00 120.00 120.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00

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Qu (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 33.57 40.92 57.05 49.19 61.12 52.86 47.62 45.78 51.95 155.03 166.84 262.58 282.26 301.94 321.62 341.3 0

Qa (tons) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13.43 16.37 22.82 19.67 24.45 21.14 19.05 18.31 20.78 62.01 66.74 105.03 112.90 120.78 128.65 136.52 66.74

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = 1869.6 Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D only ddedit

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Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33 34.5 36 Soil Description Top soil , soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 9 15 7 3 4 0 0 5 6 6 8 6 10 11 10 8 8 35 32 50 50 50 50 50 4.5 12 11 5 3.5 2 0 2.5 5.5 6 7 7 8 10.5 10.5 9 8 21.5 33.5 41 50 50 50 50 0.08 0.20 0.19 0.09 0.06 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.04 0.09 0.10 0.12 0.12 0.14 0.18 0.18 0.15 0.14 0.37 0.57 0.70 0.85 0.85 0.85 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1.51 4.01 3.68 1.67 1.17 0.67 0.00 0.84 1.84 2.01 2.34 2.34 2.68 3.51 3.51 3.01 2.68 7.19 11.21 13.72 16.73 16.73 16.73 16.73 1.51 5.52 9.20 10.87 12.04 12.71 12.71 13.55 15.39 17.40 19.74 22.08 24.76 28.27 31.78 34.79 37.47 44.66 55.87 69.59 86.32 103.04 119.77 136.50 36 60 28 12 16 0 0 20 24 24 32 24 40 44 40 32 32 140 128 200 200 200 200 200 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 36.00 60.00 28.00 12.00 16.00 0.00 0.00 20.00 24.00 24.00 32.00 24.00 40.00 44.00 40.00 32.00 32.00 140.00 128.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 S.P.T (Na) Fs Ap (ft) Qs (Tons) Qs (tons) Fb Ab (sq ft) Qb (tons)

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Qu (tons)

Qa (tons)

37.51 65.52 37.20 22.87 28.04 12.71 12.71 33.55 39.39 41.40 51.74 46.08 64.76 72.27 71.78 66.79 69.47 184.66 183.87 269.59 286.32 303.04 319.77 336.50

15.00 26.21 14.88 9.15 11.22 5.09 5.09 13.42 15.76 16.56 20.70 18.43 25.90 28.91 28.71 26.72 27.79 73.87 73.55 107.84 114.53 121.22 127.91 134.60 73.55

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = 1869.6 Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D only

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Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33 34.5 36 Soil Description Top soil , soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 7 6 6 7 6 6 10 13 28 32 18 22 20 21 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7.5 6.5 6 6.5 6.5 6 8 11.5 20.5 30 25 20 21 20.5 25.5 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.08 0.15 0.13 0.12 0.13 0.13 0.12 0.16 0.23 0.41 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.42 0.41 0.51 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.57 2.95 2.56 2.36 2.56 2.56 2.36 3.15 4.53 8.07 11.81 9.84 7.87 8.27 8.07 10.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.57 4.53 7.08 9.45 12.00 14.56 16.92 20.07 24.60 32.67 44.48 54.32 62.19 70.45 78.52 88.56 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 28 24 24 28 24 24 40 52 112 128 72 88 80 84 120 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32.00 28.00 24.00 24.00 28.00 24.00 24.00 40.00 52.00 112.00 128.00 72.00 88.00 80.00 84.00 120.00 S.P.T (Na) Fs Ap (ft) Qs (Tons) Qs (tons) Fb Ab (sq ft) Qb (tons)

## Pile Design Report

Qu (tons)

Qa (tons)

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 33.57 32.53 31.08 33.45 40.00 38.56 40.92 60.07 76.60 144.67 172.48 126.32 150.19 150.45 162.52 208.56

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13.43 13.01 12.43 13.38 16.00 15.43 16.37 24.03 30.64 57.87 68.99 50.53 60.08 60.18 65.01 83.42 83.42

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn ) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = 1869.6 Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D on ly

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Depth (m) 0 1.5 3 4.5 6 7.5 9 10.5 12 13.5 15 16.5 18 19.5 21 22.5 24 25.5 27 28.5 30 31.5 33 34.5 36 Soil Description Top soi l, soft clayey silt Loose clayey silt Ditto Loose clayey sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Soft silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Stiff silty clay, traces of sand Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Dense silty sandy gravel Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 7 6 7 5 4 5 11 15 27 26 16 20 18 23 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8.5 6.5 6.5 6 4.5 4.5 8 13 21 26.5 21 18 19 20.5 26.5 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.10 0.17 0.13 0.13 0.12 0.09 0.09 0.16 0.26 0.42 0.53 0.42 0.36 0.38 0.41 0.53 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.97 3.35 2.56 2.56 2.36 1.77 1.77 3.15 5.12 8.27 10.43 8.27 7.08 7.48 8.07 10.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.97 5.31 7.87 10.43 12.79 14.56 16.33 19.48 24.60 32.87 43.30 51.56 58.65 66.12 74.19 84.62 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 28 24 28 20 16 20 44 60 108 104 64 80 72 92 120 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 40.00 28.00 24.00 28.00 20.00 16.00 20.00 44.00 60.00 108.00 104.00 64.00 80.00 72.00 92.00 120.00 S.P.T (Na) Fs Ap (ft) Qs (Tons) Qs (tons) Fb Ab (sq ft) Qb (tons)

## Pile Design Report

Qu (tons)

Qa (tons)

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 41.97 33.31 31.87 38.43 32.79 30.56 36.33 63.48 84.60 140.87 147.30 115.56 138.65 138.12 166.19 204.62

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16.79 13.33 12.75 15.37 13.12 12.23 14.53 25.39 33.84 56.35 58.92 46.22 55.46 55.25 66.48 81.85 81.85

To calc. negative skin friction (Qn) Qn = fn x As, where fn = 0.25 x Po /2 Po = (110 -62.5) x H x 3.28, where H = 12m = 1869.6 Qn = 0.25 x Po /2 x As x H x 3.28/2240 Allowable load Qa = (Qu/2.5 Qn) = *** from borelog N = 50, use N = 3D only

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Design Calculations of Bored Piles & Pile Caps for Proposed SK Taman Segar Cheras
1. Introduction The project consists of construction of 2 blocks. of 4-storey JKR Std. School buildings. The site is generally flat with about 2m fill some 5 years ago. The generalized subsoil proper ties are as follows:0 - 12m : loose clayey sand with localized very dense layer. Average SPT, N = 5. 12m - 17m : 17m - 27m : medium to dense silty clayey sand, N = 16 very dense grey spotted yellowish fine to coarse silty sand with gravel (N = 40 - 50). Water table 15m bgl.

No of colums per block is 44 and the columnload is about 78 Ton (max.) Due to presence of localized very. dense cemented clayey sand with gravels at shallow depth, very hard driving will encountered at shallow depth if driven piles are used. Bored piles are considered more cost effective piling system in this case when compared with other suitable piling system such as H piles (R.C. piles are Not suitable). Though the site consists of sandy soil, the bored piles are considered suitable because water.table is low and the residual soil is usually quite impermeable. 2. Design Calculations 460mm diameter bored piles are proposed.
2.1 Design Criteria

2.2

Concrete Grade 25 for piles & caps Design compressive stress = 4.8N/mm sq. < fcu/4. Longitudinal reinf provided is 1.0% for full bored shaft, i.e. 6Y20 & R9 @ 300mm c/c as helical reinforcement. Installation procedure according to JKR spec (KPKR 6/1989). max design load = 80 Ton. max test load = 2 X design load.

Geotechnical Capacity

## Use modified Meyerhof s equation: Ultimate capacity, Qu = N1 As + K2 Ab K1 K2 Where N1 K1 K2 N2 As Ab

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average SPT value for shaft 50 1 average SPT valug at base = surface area(ft2) = base area (ft2)
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## Generalised Design SPT

0 - 17m, average SPT = 8 17m - 24m,average SPT = 40 Average SPT @ 24M = 50 .'. Total ultimate frictional resistance Qs- Spx52x1.5xi1 +540 0 x22 x1.5xi1 = 39.2 + 82.9 = 122.1 Ton Total ultimate end bearing Qb = 50 x 1.52 x 11 /4 = 88.3 Ton :. Qu =12.2.1+88.3 = 210.4 Ton .'. Safe load Qa = 210.4/2.5 = 84.1 Ton Say 80 Ton per bored pile (18" diam x 24m) 3. Pilecap Design
Single Pilecap for Pile Diameter 460mm (18" Diam x 24m Bored Pile)

## No. of Pile Pile Diameter Size of Pilecap

Steel Reinforcement

## Main Bars = 0.15% x b x d = 792mm2 .. Provide 4 Y 16 Bothways Horizontal Links .: Provide 3 Y 10

Quantities Per Cap

## Excavation Volume of Concrete

= 0.41 m3 = 0.39 m3

WT. of Reinforcement = 26.6 kg. (Y 16) = 4.8 kg. (Y 10) Lean Concrete = .44 m2 Formwork = 2.38 m2 Steel Content = 134 lb/yd3

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LAPORAN GEOTEKNIK MAKTAB PER GUR UAN SRI PIN ANG , BUKIT MIER TAJAM, SEBERANG PERA1, PULAU PIN ANG

DISEDIAKAH OLEH : IR. ANNIES MD. ARIFF EH. AHMAD AZLAN AHMAD (INSTITUT LATIHAN & PENYELIDIKAN JKR)
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Pile Design Report skop kerja penyiasatan tersebut dibuat mengambilkira faktor-faktor berikut:i) Jenis bangunan serta beban-beban tiang yang terlibat, ii) Kegunaan bangunan, iii) Ciri-ciri geology kawasan, iv) Keadaan kawasan tapak, v) Kerja-kerja tanah - potongan dan penimbu san. Selain dari perancangan skop kerja penyiasatan kedudukan lokasi ujian-ujian juga dibuat dengan mengambilkira faktor-faktor yang disebutkan di atas. Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa perkara (v) di atas hanya dapat dibuat andaian sahaja semasa perancangan skop penyiasatan tapak kerana paras formasi tidak dinyatakan di dalam lukisan tatatur tersebut. Oleh kerana projek ini telah dikelaskan sebagai projek SEGERA dan memandangkan beban kerja semasa unit penyiasatan tapak pusat ini pada masa itu adalah terlalu banyak maka keputusan telah dibuat supaya kerja-kerja penyiasatan tapak ini dijalankan secara kontrak. Juga bagi menjimatkan masa telah dipersetujui bahawa tender kerja ini dilakukan secara lantikan terus. Kontraktor yang telah dilantik' untuk menjalankan kerja-kerja ini adalah Sekata Bina Sdn. Bhd. dengan kos kontrak kerja terhad tidak melebihi \$50,000-00. Oleh yang demikian, kawalan kos yang ketat telah dilakukan semasa kerja-.kerja penyiasatan sedan& dijalankan bagi memastikan kos keseluruhan kontrak ini tidak melebihi \$50,000-00. Keputusan Penyiasatan Tapak Berpandukan kepada peta Hydrogeologi Semenanjung Malaysia tapak projek ini, iaitu daerah Bukit Mertajam, adalah terletak di atas formasi batu GRANIT yang diselubungi oleh tanah jenis KELODAK/BERLIAT. Ini adalah
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Pendahuluan
Laporan ini adalah 'bertujuan untuk menyampaikan keterangan ringkas sumbangan yang telah diberi oleh Pusat ini di dalam menentukan pemilihan asas-asas yang sesuai bagi bangunan-bangunan yang dicadangkan untuk projek yang disebut di atas. Sumbangan ini. adalah bersesuaian dengan peranan utama pusat ini sebagai satu organisasi.sokongan kepada semua cawangan di dalam JKR dalam hal- hal yang bersangkut-paut dengan bidang geoteknikal. Laporan ini akan' ketengahkan juga masalahmasalah parancangan yang dihadapi semasa pusat ini menjalankan kerja penyiasatan -tapak dan kerja merekabentuk asas yang sesuai bagi bangunan bangunan yang terlibat Bagi 'projek ini permintaan untuk menjalankan penyiasatan tapak dan seterusnya'pen gesyoran syor-syor asas telah dikemukakan oleh Cawangan Kerja Pendidikan melalui surat PKR(KP)MP/PP/87/17(102) bertarikh 27/02/1989. Skop Projek Pelaksanaan projek ini melibatkan pembinaan 32 bush bangunan dengan ketinggian bangunan-bangunan di antara 1-tingkat hingga 4tingkat. Lingkungan beban-beban tiang pula adalah dari serendah-rendah 50.0 kN sehingga setinggi 1800.0 kN. Penyediaan tapak melibatkan kerja-kerja pemotongan se dalam di antara 0.0 hingga 6.Om dan penimbusan setinggi di antara 0.0 hingga 6.0m. Butiran bangunan mengikut bilangan tingkat adalah seperti berikut:1-tingkat - 16 unit 2-tingkat - 7 unit 4-tingkat - 8 unit Tangki Air - 1 unit Skop Penyiasatan Tapak/Tanah Berpandukan lukisan punca tatatur yang dikemukakan, satu skop kerja penyiasatan tapak, berupa 33 bil. ujian gerekan dalam, 3 bil. ujian gerimit tangan dan 89 bil. ujian proba Mckintosh, telah dirancangkan. Perancangan

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Bagi bangunan-bangunan yang mana telah disyorkan lantai gantung keputusan-ini adalah berdasarkan kepada beberapa faktor yang mana adalah seperti di bawah:a) timbusan Yang akan dilakukan adalah ter lalu tinggi, b) Kegunaan bangunan. Contoh perkiraan anggaran enapan tanah timbusan adalah seperti di dalam -Lampiran 'E'.
Senarai Lampiran

Lampiran 'A' - CONTOH PERKIRAAN REKABENTUK GEOT EKNIK BAGI CERU CUK KONKRIT TETU LANG Lampiran 'B' - CONTOH PERKIRAAN REKABENTUK GEOT EKNIK BAGI PENAPAK Lampiran 'C' SURAT SYOR ASAS YANG TELAH DIKE MUKAKAN KEPADA CAW. KERJA PEN DIDIKAN LAPURAN PENYIASA TAN TAPAK YANG TELAH DIJALANKAN

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## Pile Foundation Design for Administration Blocks (4-Storey)

Northern Block : Central Block : F.F.L. = 16.0m; F.F.L. = 17.5m; Fill = 0.5 to 1.0m Fill = 0.0 to 1.5m Cut = 0.0 to 1.0m Fill = 0.0 to 2.0m Cut = 0.0 to 1.5m

Southern Block :

F.F.L. = 19.0m;

: :

755.OkN (83 numbers); 700.OkN (83 numbers) DB/3, DB/4 and DB/G (Refer sketch attached)

## *Cu*A. where = adhesion factor

Cu = undisturbed undrained cohesion ' A. = surface area of pile

b) SILT c) SAND

: :

## Q = N/60*A. where N = Standard Penetration Test Q. = N/50*A.

Base Resistance Formulae: a) CLAYQb, = N*Ab where Ab = base area of pile b) SILT c) SAND Qb, = = 2. 5iN*Ab 4N*Ab

Design Analysis Adopt DB/4 since worst case and assume.height of fill = 2.0m Try R.C. Pile of size B" x B" Shaft Resistance For depth 0 - 2.0m b. F. F. L. : FILL For depth 2 - 5.0m ; CLAY ; assume N = 13 take Cu = 82.0 kN/m2 (Terzaghi)

= 1.783B tonnes

## For depth 5 - 9.0m : SAND ; assume N = 7

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Q. = 7*4*B*4.0*3.281 50* 12 For depth 9 - 11.0m: SILT ; assume N = 6 Q. = 6*4*B*2.0*3.281 60*12 For depth 11 - 18.0m: CLAY ; assume N = 13 take = 82.0 kN/m2 a. = 0. 65 Q = 0.65*82.0*4*B*7.0 39.37*9.81 Q

= 0.612B tonnes

= 0.219B tonnes

## = 3.864B tonnes = 6.478B tonnes

Base Resistance At depth 21.Om b.F.F.L. take N = 13 and since proportion of SAND is quite high (> 30%) adopt Qb = 2.0*N*Ab (i.e. between CLAY & SILT). Qb = 2.0*13*B*B = 0.130B2 144 Ultimate Resistance Qa = Qp + Qb = G.478B-+ 0.180B2

If B = 12 inches;

## Q, = 77.7 + 26.0 = 103.7 tonnes

Take overall Factor of Safety = 2.0 Allowable Resistance Q11, = 103.7/2.0 = 51.8 tonnes (say 52.0) To allow for erratic nature of underlying soil and also as per para 3.0 of report allow for '15% increase. Hence adopt 12" x 12" R.C.Piles @ 21.0m with Q~,s = 450.0 kH/pile Although the bulk of the carrying capacity of pile is mainly frictional set might be achieved before depth design. Hence set readings to be taken during driving and if set not achieve drive to design depth.

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Lampiran `B'

## Shallow Foundation Design For Pre-School Block (1-Storey)

Proposed F.F.L. = 26.0m; Cut = 4.5 to 5.0m Column Load 128.OkN (22 numbers); 167.OkN (23 numbers)

Deep Boring DB/14-(R.L. = 30.74m) At depth 1.Om b. F. F. L. take N *= 9 ( lower bound) and at this depth soil is COHESIVE (silty CLAY), Try pad footing of size B (m) x L -(m) @ depth 1.0m b.F.F.L. From NAVFAC DM-7.2; q*No*(1+0.08/L) + (D where c = undrained cohesion Na = bearing capacity factor D = depth of footing below original grd. level.

## = bulk density of soil

Take c = 55.0 kn/m2. Assume 0 = 0 and (=18..0 kN/m3 Consider case when ground water table is 1.0m b.F.F.L. Therefore for square footing, B/L = 1, and for 0 = 0, Na = 5.53 55.0*5.53*1.3 + 18.0*5.74 = 395.4 + 103.3 = 498.7 kN/mz Adopt Factor of Safety = 3.0 q~ " = 498.7/3.0 = 166.2 kN/mx (say 166.0) If ignoring depth contribution i.e. XD, q"lro = 395.4 kN/mz Applying same F.o.S.; gall = 131.8 kN/mz Therefore adopt square footing with gall = 94.0 kN/mo (2000 p.s.f.) 0 1.0m b.F.F.L. (i.e. to follow standard drawing).

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Lampiran C

( )dlm. PKR.RPM. 85/ 173/GO5/03 30hb. Jun. 1989 Pengarah, Cawangan Kerja Pendidikan, Ibu Pejabat JKR, Jalan Sultan Salahuddin, 50582 KUALA LUMPUR.(u.p: Ir. Lam Yok Lon) Tuan, Perkara : CadanganMaktab Perguruan Sri Pinang, Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang. Merujuk perkara di atas dengan segala hormatnya disampaikan keputusan penyiasatan tapak dan syor-syor asas untuk tindakan tuan selanjutnya. 2.0 Selaras dengan penguatkuasaan surat pekeliling KPKR 2/88, sistem cerucuk alternatif oleh pentender boleh diterima. Dimaklumkan juga bahawa seperti perbincangan yang telah diadakan dengan pegawai tuan Ir. Lam Yok Lon pada 15/06/1989, pusat ini bersetuju bahawa kos anggaran asas bagi pro jek ini ditambah lebih kurang 15% atas sebab desakan untuk melaksanakan projek ini secepat mungkin. Pertambahan ini adalah untuk menyesuaikan perkara yang mungkin be rlaku semasa pembinaan atas langkah-langkah yang dibuat semasa perancangan untuk menyingkatkan tempoh masa perancangan dan rekabentuk seperti berikut:a) Penyiasatan tapak telah dilakukan secara 'appointed - contractor' dan dengan ini kos kontrak tidak boleh melebihi \$50,000.00. Ini telah menghadkan skop penyiasatan tapak yang perlu dijalankan. Lokasi-lokasi bangunan telah diubah daripada lokasi cadangan asal yang mengaki batkan ada beberapa bangunan tidak terdapat ujian gerekan dalam dijalankan.

3.0

b)

Ketidak seragaman keadaan tanah bawahan ditapak projek ini yang mana masalah (a) telah menyulitkan lagi keadaan ini. 4.0 Perlu dimaklumkan bahawa pusat ini mendapati bahawa tidak terdapat apa-apa sistem perparitan yang telah disediakan bagi projek ini. pleh yang demikian pihak tuan perlulah mengkaji akan hal ini dan membuat pengesyoran yang sewajarnya. Sekian, harap maklum 'BERKHIDMAT UNTUK HEGARA' 'CINTAILAH BAHASA KITA' Saya yang menurut perintah,

c)

( IR. NEON CHENG AIK ) Penolong Pengarah Kanan (Pusat Penyelidikan) b.p. Pengarah,
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Institut Latihan & Penyelidikan JKR, Jalan Serdang,43000 KAJANG, Selangor DarulEhsan.

Projek :
1.0

## Cadangan Maktab Perguruan Sri Pinang, Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang.

Tujuan Laporan ini adalah bertujuan untuk menyampaikan keputusan penyiasatan tapak dan syorsyor asas yang sesuai bagi projek di atas. Skop Projek Perlaksanaan projek ini akan melibatkan pembinaan blok-blok bangunan seperti yang tert era di dalam lukisan pelan tatatur BKP 187/89/1 (PRE) A dan penyediaan tapak akan melibatkan kerja-kerja pemotongan sedalam di antara 0.0 hingga b.Om dan penimbusan di antara 0.0 hingga 5.0m. Skop Kerja Penyiasatan Dalam menialankan kerja-kerja penyiasatan, sebanyak 30 bil. ujian gerekan dalam, 85 bil. ujian proba Mackintosh dan bil. ujian gerimit tangan telah dijalankan dan lot:asi-lokasi ujian-ujian ini adalah berdasarkan kepada lukisan tatatur asal BKP 187/89/1(PRE). Kerjakerja penyiasatan tapat: ini telah dijalankan oleh Sekata Bina Sdn. Bhd. Disamping ujianujian di tapak, ujian-ujian makmal juga telah diIakukan ke atas contoh-contoh tanah yang diperolehi bagi mengetahui jenis dan sifat-sifat tanah yang terdapat di tapak. Syor-syor Asas

2.0

3.0

4.0

Jenis Bangunan A

"

"

## Penapak Konkrit Tetulang (A) (B) " "

95.0(2000 psf) @ 1.5m b.F.L. (JKR probes > 40 blows/foot). " 71.0 (1500 psf) @ 1.5m b.o.g.l. (JKR probes > 40 blows/foot). 71.0 (1500 psf) @ 1.5m b.F.L. (JKR probes > 30 blows/foot) .

"

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(A)

## 152 x 152 @ 9.0

100.0

200.0

(B)

71.0 (1500 psf) @ 1.5m b.F.L. (JKR probes > 30 blows/foot). 71.0 (1500 psf) @ 1.5m b.o.g.l. (JKR probes > 40 blows/foot). -

"

Cerucuk Konkrit Tetulang " Penapak Konkrit Tetulang Cerucuk Konkrit Tetulang Penapak Konkrit Tetulang Cerucuk Konkrit Tetulang "

500.0

1000.0

J K

" -

" -

" -

430.0

860.0

160.0

320.0

500.0

1000.0

## Penapak Konkrit Tetulang

95.0 (2000 psf) @ 1.5m b.F.L. (JKR probes > 40 blows/foot). " "

R S

" "

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U1

(A)

650.0

1300.0

(C)

650.0

1300.0

atau

"

450.0

900.0

(B)

## Penapak Konkrit Tetulang

95.0 (2000 psf) @ 1.5m b.o.g.l. (JKR probes > 50 blows/foot). 95.0 (2000 psf) @ 1.5m b.F.L. (JKR probes > 40 blows/foot). -

U2

(A)

"

(B)

650.0

1300.0

atau V atau

900.0

1800.0

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tanah timbus melebihi 2.50m kegunaan lantai gantung adalah diperakukan, dan untuk bangunan-bangunan lain yang mana lantai-lantai tingkat bawah akan dilekakan di atas tanah timbus tidak melebihi 2.50m lantai-lantai ini hendaklah diperkuatakan dengan 2 lapisan BRC dan sambungan bebas disediakan di anatara lanatai dan rasuk/dinding bangunan. c) Penyediaan penyambung bagi setiap jarak 6.0m adalah wajar bagi lantai-lantai apron kesemua bangunan yang dicadangkan dan mana-mana lantai apron yang akan diletakkan di atas timbus melebihi -1.0m lantai apron ini perlu dipisahkan daripada tiang/rasuk/dinding bangunan dengan bitumen. Bagi blok-blok bangunan di mana pusat ini telah mengesyorkan lebih dari satu saiz cerucuk, pihak tuan . bolehlah memilih mana-mana saiz.yang didapati lebih ekonomik tetapi HANYA SATU SAIZ CERUCUK DIBENARKAN bagi satu ban gunan. Pusat ini juga mengesyorkan agar. kecuraman cerun-cerun yang akan didirikan tidak melebihi IM: 1(H) bagi cerun-cerun potong (cut slopes) dan, IM: 1.5(H) bagi cerungerun timbud (filled slopes).

d)

e)

6.0

Hal-hal Lain Satu set rekod penanaman cerucuk-cerucuk yang diuji berserta dengan keputusan ujianujian bebannya hendaklah dikemukakan kepada pusat ini untuk tujuan dokumentasi. Penutup Dikemukakan syor-syor dan ulasan pusat ini untuk tindakan tuan selanjutnya.

7.0

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Lampiran 'E'

## Settlement Estimation of Fill

From classification results underlying soil is of the COHESIVE type with a fair proportion of sandy materials. It is most probable that the fill material to be used would be obtained from the cut-areas. Hence for settlement analysis it is assume that the fill material is of the cohesive type. In the estimation of soil settlement it is assume that the - original underlying soil where the fill would be place experience negligible settlement and whatever settlement that would occur is solely from consolidation of the fill under its own weight. It is also assume that the fill is uncompacted since it is most common now that the control exercised in placing fill and compaction has frequently been insufficient to ensure an adequate and uniform support for structures immediately after placement.

Hence for estimation of settlement of fill, fig. 1.0 below would be used. From fig. 1.0 graph 5, cohesive material would settle around 11% of its thickness. Suppose that construction period is 2 years and construction of ground floor would be carried out after a period of 1.5 years after placement of fill.. Take case where height of fill = 2.50m Therefore settlement of fill = 0.11 x 2.50 = .275m Settlement (': of height of fill) = 0.08 x. 2.50 = 0.200m after period of 1.5 yrs. Hence remaining settlement after = 0.275 - 0.200 = 0.075m period of 1.5 yrs. Therefore for those buildings placed on fill ground of height >> 2.50m suspended floor is recommended and for the others . place on fill < 2.50m independent floor with 2 layers of BRC.
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Projek : Pakej :

## SM. Kebangsaan Sungai Besar,Sabak Bernam, Selangor. KBSM.

1.0. Tujuan. Lapuran ini adalah bertujuan untuk menyampaikan keputusan penyiasatan tapak dan syor asas yang sesuai bagi.projek diatas. 2.0. Skop Kerja Perlaksanaan projek ini akan melibatkan pembinaan 1 Blok, 2 Tingkat (6BD,) bangunan sekolah seperti yang tertera didalam pelan tatatur JKR/SB:765/81A. Aras tanah sediada adalah merupakan cadangan aras formasi tapakbina ini,dan tidak-melibatkan sebarang penambunan. 3.0. Skop Kerja Penyiasatan Tapak Sebanyak 8 bilangan ujian proba JKR telah dijalankan oleh JKR Sabak Bernam, dan-2 bilangan ujian gerekan dalam telah dijalankan oleh Unit Makmal dilokasi-lokasi yang bertanda didalam pelan tatatur. 4.0. Syor-syor Asas Berdasarkan kira-kira rekabentuk, syor asas adalah seperti berikut:Jenis Asas Saiz Asas (mm) 254 x 254 Panjang Asas (mm) 30.0 Keupayaan galas Beban yg. Dibenarkan Ujian (kN/cerucuk) 300 600

## Cerucuk Konkrit Tetulang

4.1.

4.2. 4.3.

Daya tanggung beban cerucuk konkrit tetulang yang direkabentuk adalah kebanyakannya dari geseran badang, Perkiraan adalah menggunakan kekuatan tanah di dalam lingkungan batasan rendah. Ini bermakna hanya 1 cerucuk sahaja diper lukan bagi setiap tiang. Bacaan set tidaklah perlu semasa penanaman cerucuk, dan cerucuk bolihlah ditanamkan diparas dalaman 30.0m. Sekurang-kurangnya 6 (enam) bilangan cerucuk permulaan hendaklah ditanam dan 1 (satu) bilangan cerucuk yang berdekatan dengan.lokasi ujian gerekan dalam hendak lah dijalankan ujian.beban selepas 4 (empat) minggu cerucuk. berkenaan ditanam.

5.0. Syor-syor Tambahan Bagi mengelakkan keretakan lantai apron unit ini berpend.apat penyed.iaan penyambung bagi setiap jarak 6.Om adalah wajar. Lantai apron juga perlulah dipisahkan daripada dind ing dan tiang bangunan supaya pergerakan berlainan sekiranya berlaku akan tersekat. 6.0. Hal-hal Lain Satu set rekod penanaman cerucuk-cerucuk berserta dengan' keputusan ujian-ujian beban nya hendaklah dikemukakan kepada unit ini bagi tujuan kaiian lanjut dan rekod. 7.0. Penutup. Dikemukakan syor-syor dan ulasan unit ini untuk tindakan tuan selanjutnya.

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## DATAS OBTAINED FORM : EN. BAHARUDIN LOKMAN JKR(O) S B

PROJEK : SMK SUNGAI BESAR DAERAH : SABAK BERNAM 1. HISTORY OF SITES * Any Cut / Fill ? - If theres fill when ? - What is the depth of fill? * Is there a slope ? - How far from the proposed building ? - What is the height of the slope ? 2.

NEGERI : SELANGOR

NO

NO

HISTORY OF EXISTING NEARBY BUILDINGS * What is the type of foundation ? If Pile - What Type ? - What Size ? If Pad - What Depth ? - What Bearing Capacity ? * When Constructed ? 80s PILE RC 305 x 305 -

How is the present conditions ? - Any apron / floor cracks ? - Other sign of distress ?

OK SIGN OF CRACKS 30

HIGH

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UNIT MAKMAL
KIRA KIRA REKABENTUK

## NO. FAIL ... TARIKH 4.10.89

PROJEK : SMK SUNGAI BESAR. DAERAH : SABAK BERNAM. PAKEJ : KBSM RUJUKAN Lukisan KIRA KIRA 1. Blok / 2 tct. (GBD) sekolah

CATATAN RL : 29.54

FL : 30.00

MAX 29T

## Datas & Assumptions

No fitting included

## Level (m) 0 v/s 12 40 (ft) 0

Geological Section

Cu kN/m
2

v.soft

1.0

Cu

0.9

Qa = Qu f.o.s.
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UNIT MAKMAL
KIRA KIRA REKABENTUK

## NO. FAIL .... TARIKH 4.10.89.

PROJEK : SMK SUNGAI BESAR. DAERAH : SABAK BERNAM. PAKEJ : KBSM RUJUKAN Try RC Piles KIRA KIRA

CATATAN

BXB (in)

Qs (T) 61 B

## Qb (T) 3.5 B 2 2.4 3.5 5.5

Qa (T)

Qa (T)

Remarks

10 x 10 12 x 12 15 x 15

51 61 76

35 42 53

27 32 41

* quite close

67B 10 x 10 12 x 12 15 x 15 56 67 84

40B2 28 40 63 47 58 77 42 54 74

Cost comperison

F2

F2

F2

F1

F3

F3

F3

F3

F3

F3

F1

Frames F1 F2 F3

Front 2 3 6

Back 2 3 6

Col 4 6 12

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UNIT MAKMAL
KIRA KIRA REKABENTUK

## NO. FAIL .... TARIKH 4.10.89.

PROJEK : SMK SUNGAI BESAR. DAERAH : SABAK BERNAM. PAKEJ : KBSM RUJUKAN
Frames Column Loads(T) 10 x 10 @ 30T(30m) at 100

KIRA KIRA
No of Piles 12 x 12 @ 30T(30m) at 100 15 x 15 @ 30T(30m) at 100

CATATAN

F1

20 18

F2

29 25

F3

25 21

Total

22

22

22

Rate

\$0.32/m 2 Per m

## \$0.28/m 2 Per m \$1890/189/-

Materials 10%

\$960/96/-

Total Cost

\$23,232/-

\$31,363/-

\$45738/-

Recommended

R.C. Piles Size : 10 x 10 (254 x 254) Length : 1 00 (30m) Qa : 30T/Pile (300kN Pile) f.o.s. : 1.5 skin 3.0 bearing Pile is of mainly friction

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## SM.KEB.SUNGAI BESAR, SABAK BERNAM, SELANGOR.

Bangunan : 2 tingkat Jenis (BD/SC/BDS/SCS) : BD Pile dim. : 254 mm sq. piles Length : 30 m W.Load : 30 Tonnes No. of Frames F1 2 /////////////////////////////// F2 3 /////////////////////////////// F3 6 ///////////////////////// ////// Frames Column Position Front Back Front Back Front Back Column Load 20.0 18.0 29.0 25.0 25.0 21.0

BD SC BDS SCS

= = = =

## Pile dim. Length W.Load Frames

: : :

305 mm sq. piles 30 m 45 Tonnes Column Position Front Back Front Back Front Back Column Load 20.0 18.0 29.0 25.0 25.0 21.0 Piles/ Column 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOTAL : \$47.52 /m. length Cost : Piles Reqd. 2 2 3 3 6 6 22 \$31,363.20

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## SM.KEB.SUNGAI BESAR, SABAK BERNAM, SELANGOR.

Bangunan : 2 tingkat Jenis (BD/SC/BDS/SCS) : BD Pile dim. : 381 mm sq. piles Length : 30 m W.Load : 30 Tonnes No. of Frames F1 2 /////////////////////////////// F2 3 /////////////////////////////// F3 6 ///////////////////////// ////// Frames Column Position Front Back Front Back Front Back Column Load 20.0 18.0 29.0 25.0 25.0 21.0

BD SC BDS SCS

= = = =

## Pile dim. Length W.Load Frames

: : :

305 mm sq. piles 30 m 45 Tonnes Column Position Front Back Front Back Front Back Column Load 20.0 18.0 29.0 25.0 25.0 21.0 Piles/ Column 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOTAL : \$47.52 /m. length Cost : Piles Reqd. 2 2 3 3 6 6 22 \$31,363.20

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