What is meant by Friction Pile?




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What is meant by Friction Pile?..

Answer / d.sivakumar

Based on the function or the use, piles may be classified
as
1. End bearing pile
2. Friction pile
3. Tension pile
4. Compaction pile
5. Anchor pile
6.Sheet pile
Friction piles are used to transfer loads to a depth of
friction load carrying by means of skin friction along the
length of piles.

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What is meant by Friction Pile?..

Answer / yasir shehzad

friction piles are used where there is no hard strata
available and the piles are held tightly by the soil around
them through friction skin.

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What is meant by Friction Pile?..

Answer / sudipta

Friction piles are used to transfer loads to a depth of
friction load carrying by means of skin friction along the
length of piles.

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What is meant by Friction Pile?..

Answer / anil shinde

Friction piles are used were there is no hard strata,so friction piles are taken to tranfer the load to soil,which is naturally compact at a particular level,mostly this pile foundation is used near sea area o dampness area.

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