How to Calculate Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles?
Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles calculator uses efficiency factor=((2*average peripheral friction stress of block*(Breadth*Length+Width*Length))+(Breadth*width of group))/(number of piles* single pile capacity) to calculate the efficiency factor, The Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles formula is defined as the ratio of the actual capacity of the group to the summation of the capacities of the individual piles in the group when tested as single piles. efficiency factor and is denoted by E_{g} symbol.
How to calculate Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles, enter average peripheral friction stress of block (f_{s}), Breadth (b), Length (l), Width (w), width of group (W_{g}), number of piles (n) and single pile capacity (Q_{u}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Efficiency Factor for a Group of Piles calculation can be explained with given input values -> 56 = ((2*1*(2*3+7*3))+(2*1))/(1*1).