Thermally induced group effects among energy piles

Volume: 67, Issue: 5, Pages: 374 - 393
Published: May 1, 2017
The behaviour of conventional pile groups (e.g. closely spaced) that are subjected to mechanical loads has been shown to be different from the behaviour of single isolated piles. The so-called ‘group effects’ are responsible for this behaviour and must be considered for an optimal design of pile foundations. In recent years, energy piles have shown potential to work as both structural supports and geothermal heat exchangers, and thus are...
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Thermally induced group effects among energy piles
Published Date
May 1, 2017
374 - 393
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