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In seismic case baring pressure vs tilt, bearing pressure vs smax are drawn for different combination for interfering footing by repeating step 1 to 8. Bearing capacity ratio BCR is defined as below: Results and Discussion 4. Interfering Footing for Static Loading Using the above analysis, section distance-settlement and pressure-maximum settlement characteristics of a strip footing have Anisotropy thesis obtained for the following parameters: Hyperbolic Constitutive laws parameters: Section distance varies from Stresses were first calculated due to existing footing and then stresses calculated due to interfering footing placed near to existing footing were also obtained for different pressure intensities and added them to found the settlement at these equally spaced points.
Typical plots showing the Anisotropy thesis patterns for pressure intensities 25 and 50 are shown in Figs.
It is evident that these settlements of interfering group footing decreases with the increase in spacing up to a spacing of 3B and becomes almost equal to the settlement of an isolated footing. The increase in the settlement may be due to: It is also found from the Figs.
It was also concluded from these curves that maximum settlement of interfering group footing decreases with the increase in spacing up to a spacing of 3B and becomes almost equal to the average settlement of an isolated footing at spacing 3B. Where, average settlement is calculated by dividing the area of the settlement diagram of isolated footing with the width of footing.
Bearing Pressure vs Smax due to interference Figure 8 b. Bearing Pressure vs Smax due to interference Figure 8 c.
Bearing Pressure vs Smax due to interference Figure 8 d. Bearing Pressure vs Smax due to interference 4.
Interfering Footing for Seismic Loading Using the above analysis, bearing pressure- maximum settlement, bearing pressure-tilt and bearing capacity ratio-height characteristics of a strip footing have been obtained for the following parameters: Spacing between two footings: To plot curve first stresses were found using different section loading as discussed in steps given above then whole procedure is same as static loading to find out maximum settlement.
In Figures 9 a - d Smax of interfering group footing increase with the increase in spacing up to a spacing of 3B and becomes almost equal to the maximum settlement of an isolated footing at spacing of 3B.
These parameters of footing also changing with height as h increases Smax also increase. To find out tilt first maximum and minimum settlements were calculated using step 7 as given above. Comparison of Analytical Results Figure 12 5. As spacing between footing increases, maximum settlement and tilt of an interfering decrease.
Beyond the spacing equal to three times width of footing interference effect is insignificant. Maximum settlement and tilt of an interfering footing increases with increase in value of height h of seismic load Fh. Bearing capacity ratio decreases with increase in value of horizontal seismic coefficient Ah.
The first author RKY is indebted to head, department of earthquake engineering, IIT Roorkee, for excellent computational facilities to carry out the work. Tinku Biswas for his help during the work. References  Amir, A. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engrg.
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