Driven pile

driven pile
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Description Similar to precast concrete piles, driven steel piles have been used to make up the abutments and/or piers of short span modular steel bridges. These piles are driven to the required depth in order to provide support the required loads and a pile bent is installed along the top of the piles to support the bridge superstructure. Application Steel piles are driven to the required depth to support the structure. The portion above ground is braced and topped with a pier cap to create a pile bent that supports the superstructure on. Constructability Some states connect the steel piles to the pier cap through welds that connect the tops of the piles to steel plates. Other states have used piles that are hollow with precast pier caps; an anchor system is established between the cap and piles with a closure pour used to finalize the connection


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