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Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure Formula

Shaft Resistance Stress=Average Standard Penetration Resistance/50
f <sub>s</sub>=N/50
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What is Shaft Resistance?

Shaft Resistance is defined as the load resisted by a pile's shaft, it must be less than, or equal to, the shaft capacity.The load resisted by a pile's shaft; it must be less than, or equal to, the shaft capacity. Skin friction is the Soil resistance acting along a pile shaft, caused by soil moving relative to the pile shaft; it must be less than, or equal to, the shaft capacity.

How to Calculate Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure?

Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure calculator uses Shaft Resistance Stress=Average Standard Penetration Resistance/50 to calculate the Shaft Resistance Stress, The Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure formula is defined as a function of the average standard penetration stress within the embedded length of the pile. Shaft Resistance Stress and is denoted by f s symbol.

How to calculate Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure, enter Average Standard Penetration Resistance (N) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2 = 9576051.7961/50.

FAQ

What is Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure?
The Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure formula is defined as a function of the average standard penetration stress within the embedded length of the pile and is represented as f s=N/50 or Shaft Resistance Stress=Average Standard Penetration Resistance/50. Average Standard Penetration Resistance is the average of the sum of the number of blows required for the second and third 6 inches of penetration.
How to calculate Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure?
The Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure formula is defined as a function of the average standard penetration stress within the embedded length of the pile is calculated using Shaft Resistance Stress=Average Standard Penetration Resistance/50. To calculate Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure, you need Average Standard Penetration Resistance (N). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Average Standard Penetration Resistance and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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