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TitleDesign of spread foundations according to the EC7 and the reliability evaluation
Author(s)Martins, Francisco F.
Issue date2007
PublisherTaylor and Francis
CitationSOUSA, L. R. [et al.], eds. – “Applications of computational mechanics in Geotechnical Engineering : proceedings of the 5th International Workshop, Guimarães, Portugal, 2007”. London : Taylor & Francis, 2007. ISBN 978-0415-43789-9. p. 351-361.
Abstract(s)This paper presents the philosophy and the concepts of Eurocode (EC7) applied to spread foundations. The five ultimate limit states presented in the EC7 are defined. More emphasis is devoted to the ultimate limit state GEO. It is presented an overview of the reliabity methods and the levels corresponding te the probabilistic methods are defined. It is analysed a spread foundation submitted to vertical loading using all the design approaches of the EC7, the traditional Portuguese approach based on global safety factor and the Spanish codes. The results obtained are compared. Using the Excel solver it is calculated the Hasofer-Lind second moment reliabity index ß for three foundation dimensions obtained in the EC7 design and with the other approaches. Several coefficients of the variation for soil parameters are used to evaluate reliabilty index ß.
TypeConference paper
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/8031
ISBN978-0415-43789-9
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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