1 How to Drive Steel Sheet Piles American Piledriving Equipment, Inc. APE Pile Driving School
2 What Is a Steel Sheet Pile? Sheets of Steel plates that interconnect.
8 What Do They Look Like?
9 Various Types at a Glance
10 Job Examples
11 Sheet Pile Terminology: Section Data: Name Section Name: Manufacturer s Designation to identify the section. Example: PZ-27 PZ-27 means Z-Shaped with 27 pounds Per square foot.
12 Job Examples
13 Sheet Pile Terminology: Producer and Country of Origin Arbed PU Germany, England, Japan, USA, Korea, Luxemburg, Etc.
14 Sheet Pile Terminology: Shape: 4 Basic Types 1. Z-type (Z) Arbed PU PZ-22 PZ-27 PZ-35 PZ-40 Used for Intermediate to Deep Wall Construction
15 Sheet Pile Terminology: Shape: 4 Basic Types 2. U-type (U) Used For Applications Similar to Z-Piles
16 Sheet Pile Terminology: Shape: 4 Basic Types 3. Flat Sheets (F) Used to form Cellular Cofferdams
17 Flat Sheets
18 Circular cofferdams
20 Sheet Pile Terminology: Shape: 4 Basic Types 4. Arch (A) Used For Shallower Wall Construction. Also Comes in Light Weights or Gauges.
21 Description One Sheet Interlock area Two Z Shaped Steel Sheet Piles Interlocked together to form a pair or double sheet.
22 Types of Steel Sheet Piles: Trench Shoring HOESH Note: No interlocks
23 Types of Interlocks PZ-27 Ball and Socket Type Positive Points: Easy to thread. Hangs up less. Pile Crews Desire This Type of Interlock Super Rugged Interlock Great for Repeated Use. Easy to Drive because Interlock displaces less soil
24 Types of Interlocks Double Jaw Positive Points: Proven Track Record Tight interlocks-less Seepage Strong for repeated use. Good in Hard Driving Situations Small profile Interlocks Single Jaw Negative: Less Swing Hangs up more Holds up good but not as good as the ball and socket type interlock.
25 Types of Interlocks Double Hook Positive Points: Negative: Proven Track Record Limited Swing
26 Types of Interlocks Cold Rolled Hook and Grip Avoid if hard driving Avoid if sealing out water
27 Types of Interlocks Thumb and Finger- Three Point Contact Thumb and Finger Interlock is Used on Flat Sheet Piles. Interlock is rated by Tension Strength. Used for Cofferdams.
28 Types of Interlocks Thumb and Finger- One Point Contact
29 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Section Area Cross-sectional area is listed as square inches per foot of wall. Areas shown for flat piling are based on the single section only.
30 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Nominal Width Centerline from Interlock to Interlock
31 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Weight Weight of Square Foot of Wall
32 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Wall Depth Distance between outboard and inboard Faces
33 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Wall Web and Flange Web Flange Flange Web
34 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Moment of Inertia Reference Axis Neutral axis of wall Product of cross-sectional area and squared distance from a reference axis
35 Reading Sheet Pile Dimensions: Section Modulus
36 What to Consider Beyond Section Modulus and Moment of Inertia. Choosing The Right Sheet Pile for The Job Based on Driving Conditions and Dewatering Requirements.
37 Understanding the Difference Between Hot Rolled and Cold Formed.
38 Sheet Pile Terminology: Hot Rolled (HR)
39 Hot Rolled Steel Sheets Good Points: Proven track record since early 1900 s Tight interlock for good water seal Proven procedures to reduce seepage based on 100 years of data Less interlock slop reduces tendency to lean and reduces template criteria Strong interlock for hard driving Can be made with thick (up to ¾ inch) wall for super hard driving Web layout superior to cold formed (for hammer energy transfer) More elastic at angle area (cold forming process reduces elasticity) Excellent for reuse due to strong interlocks Available for rent and rental/purchase
40 Hot Rolled Steel Sheets Bad Points: Costs more than cold formed Restricted lengths 25 feet to 60 Lengths restricted to 5 intervals Special lengths are special order May weigh more per foot of wall May not be necessary in super soft soils
41 Cold Formed Steel Sheet Piles Are: Cold Formed From Steel Sheet Rolls Called Scalp or Coils
42 Cold Formed Steel Sheets Good Points: Much Cheaper to make than hot rolled Can get cut to any length and quantity Fast delivery and production 15 to 20 different shapes & thick nesses Good for soft driving but requires careful alignment Greater swing than hot rolled allows greater curves
43 Cold Formed Steel Sheets Bad Points: Weak interlocks Cold formed sheet interlocks much larger than hot- harder to clamp* Sloppy interlocks get jammed easy from soil entering Seepage problems Brittle at bent areas due to dynamic loading when cold formed Interlocks fail in hard soils or when striking obstacles Web is longer. Vibratory hammers will rip out tops Not good for jobs where sheets must be reused several times Not available for rent because interlock failures Requires more attention when driving
44 Jaws on Cold Formed Interlocks
45 Interlock Jamming Hot rolled sheets have tighter tolerances that keep larger particles out. Large particles cause hitch hiking of the sheets. Hitch hiking
46 Dynamic Loading Bending during cold forming loads areas.
47 Driving Methods- Easy Driving-pitch and Drive Soft Driving No obstacles Short Piles Smart crew Good sheets Light Vibro
48 Examples- Soft Soils, Short Sheets Pitch and drive
49 Driving Methods Use at Least a Four Foot Level Use a String Bob
50 Driving Methods-other than soft 1 2 Two templates or more. Upper and Lower.
51 Example of Double Templates Upper template should be substantial fraction of the pile length.
52 Driving Methods Gaining or Loosing
53 Driving Methods- Leaning Stop! Take Corrective Action.
54 Methods-leaning Corrections
55 Things to consider: Impact Hammers Heavy ram, shorter stroke Ram weight should be 1.5 to 2 times the combined pile and cap weight Diesel hammer may be best choice Leader mounted Good drive cap to pile fit Drive in shorter steps
59 Vibro Suppressorrubber Springs Isolates vibro action from crane line.
60 Vibro of Rotating Eccentrics Paired Eccentrics
62 Four Strokes of the Eccentric 1 work Forces the vibro and the casing downward 2 3 work Nothing happens. Each eccentric cancels other out. Both eccentrics for vibro and casing upward 4 Nothing happens. Each eccentric cancels other out.
63 Vibro-Driver/Extractors Eccentric moment Center of rotation Center of gravity Eccentric moment = distance between the center of rotation and the center of gravity x the total mass of the eccentric.
64 Example of calculating eccentric moment of one eccentric: Equation: Distance between Center of Rotation and Center of Gravity Multiplied by Mass: 500 lbs. 2 inches The Mass 2 times 500 equals: 1,000 inch pounds
65 Eccentric moment of a vibro is measurement of all eccentrics combined. 1,000 in-lbs 1,000 in-lbs equals: 2,000 in-lbs. If each eccentric has 1,000 in-lbs then the vibro has a total of 2,000 in-lbs.
66 Some vibros Have Many Small Eccentrics to Get a Large Total Inch Pounds While Others Have Less Eccentrics That Are Bigger. More vibrating weight Less amplitude Less vibrating weight More amplitude
67 Smaller Weights Means More Bearings, Shafts, Gears. More parts Less parts
68 Amplitude A = 2 x Mt Mv Vibrating weight: Mv Mt = Eccentric Moment in inch pounds Mv = Total Vibrating Weight A = Amplitude in inches Suppressor does not vibrate. Non-vibrating mass. The vibrating weight is the sum of all the weights of the vibrating mass. B: Dynamic weight (vibrating mass) C: Clamping device including all plates or clamps D: Pile weight vibrating mass
69 Amplitude 4000 in-lb. Vibrating mass: 6500 lb Vibrating mass: 5000 lb The hammer on the left has the same eccentric moment but less amplitude because the vibrating mass is heavier.
70 Amplitude 4000 in-lbs. Amplitude will decrease with increase of pile weight. Big piles need bigger vibros to offset loss of amplitude.
71 Amplitude Amplitude will decrease with increase of: Pile weight Soil resistance Weights, gears, shafts, hoses, motors Extra clamp attachments Anything that increases vibrating mass. Amplitude = 2 x EM VM EM: Eccentric Moment VM: Vibrating Mass
72 VPM Frequency (Vibrations Per Minute) or (Cycles Per Minute) Frequency is the rotational speed of the vibro eccentrics. CPM
73 Drive Force (Dynamic Force) Drive Force = Eccentric Moment x x Frequency squared 1,000,000 (Cycles per minute) Example: Moment: Frequency: 4400 in-lb Cycles per minute 4400 x x 1600x1600 1,000,000 = Tons Drive Force
74 How Frequency Matters 1100 cpm 1600 cpm 4000 in-lb x x 1100x1100 1,000,000 = 75 tons = 4400 x x 1600x1600 1,000,000
75 Higher Frequency Dramatically Increases Drive Force Because Frequency is squared cpm 1600 cpm 5208 in-lbs 4400 in-lbs 5208 x x 1100x1100 = 89 tons = 1,000, x x 1600x1600 1,000,000
76 Vibro Jaws Moveable Jaw Fixed Jaw
77 Vibro Clampsbasic Rules Wait for hammer to come to speed Clamp in center Clamp always in line with pile axis Avoid clamping on interlocks All of teeth in work Watch jaws and interlocks for heat Do not pull or drive vibro until speed is reached Do not open until vibro stops moving Melting interlocks means jaws are also taking a beating
78 Jaws-watch the Interlocks Do Not Crush Interlocks Special deeper Jaws
79 Model 400 on Sheets Hard Driving Sheet piles for Air Force missile silos. Required The Use Of Super Vibro.
80 Pile Buck Tools for Driving Sheets This tool holds leading sheet pile to lower guide.
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