INDIAN GEOTECHNICAL SOCIETY,
Pune Chapter

IGS Pune Chapter was formed in May 2003 and was formally
inaugurated on 03rd April 2004. It has a membership of 100
plus as on date. IGS, Pune has been instrumental in organizing
many seminars and workshops since its inception. It is
registered under Societies Act 1860, bearing registration
certificate No. AH1308/2014/Pune dated 22/07/2014 and under
public charitable trust act 1950 registration no.F46367/Pune
dated 13/11/2014.

2017/10/02 11:00:00

1st IGS Pune Annual Oration

“Design & Testing of Rock socketed Piles: A Case Study from Mumbai”

Delivered by

Dr. Satyanarayana Murty Dasaka
Associate Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

Organized by

INDIAN GEOTECHNICAL SOCIETY

Pune Chapter

Date And Time

MONDAY, 02 OCTOBER 2017 – 11:00 am

Venue

Main Auditorium,
College of Engineering
Shivajinagar, PUNE

About Dr. Satyanarayana Murty Dasaka

was born on 22 May 1974. He did his graduation from JNTU Hyderabad, post graduation from IIT Madras, PhD from IISc Banglore and Post Doctoral from HKUST, Hong Kong. His current research interests are in: Reduction of earth pressure on retaining walls, Stabilization of soft soils & Expansive soils, Instrumentation and field monitoring, offshore foundations and Uncertainty and risk assessment. He has guided 2 Phd students and 5 students are currently working with him. He has filed two patents in the Indian Patent Office. He has received research grants from IIT Bombay, DST Govt. of India and Min. of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India

“Design & Testing of Rock socketed Piles: A Case Study from Mumbai”

Abstract

Large diameter bored piles are frequently being used to support heavy and settlement sensitive structures. To achieve higher load carrying capacities, these piles are socketed into the competent rock strata. In the case of rock socketed piles, major share of the pile capacity is obtained from the shaft esistance and base resistance of the pile from socketed zone. In view of close proximity to the shoreline and poor and extremely variable geology of Mumbai city, rock socketed piles are being increasingly used to support many medium to high-rise structures. The depth of the rocksocketing mainly depends on the design load on the pile, depth of bedrock and quality of rock mass encountered in the socketed area. Rock socketed piles pose several challenges to geotechnical engineers in terms of identifying the bedrock level, as it is often related to the resistance of the rock mass to the chiseling or drilling tool. Deriving the design parameters of rock mass for use in pile capacity calculations, estimating the safe load carrying capacity of piles from pile load tests, and construction difficulties are other issues which need to be given due consideration forsafe design of rock socketed piles. Some of the recent experiences from Mumbai city will be discussed in this lecture with reference to an on-going foundation construction of a high-rise structure.

Past Events

IGS 2015 And IGS 2016

It has organized at COE, Pune during 17th to 19th December 2015 and received for successfully organizing IGC-2015, at IGC-2016 held at IIT Madras, Chennai