Presentation on theme: "Quality control of High Capacity Micropiles (Seismic Retrofit Construction of a service water pond at KAMEIDO in TOKYO) Masao Sagara (Fujita Corporation)"— Presentation transcript:
Quality control of High Capacity Micropiles (Seismic Retrofit Construction of a service water pond at KAMEIDO in TOKYO) Masao Sagara (Fujita Corporation) Junya Hayashi (Waterworks, Tokyo Metropolitan Government)
Contents ① Background ② Purpose ③ Outline of construction and Quality control ④ Result and consideration ⑤ Conclusion
① Background (Outline of Kamaido service water pond)
Kamaido service water pond ground plan a cross section Built in 1970 height ; 7.7m Width; 104m×104m Volume of water kept in store; 60,000m 3 104m 7.7m
Kamaido service water pond In the upper part, there are a baseball ground and tennis courts.
Kamaido service water pond Existing piles 35 ～ 48m φ600mm The number of existing piles are 1696.
The Hyogoken-nanbu earthquake happened in 1995. Specifications for Water installations was revised in 1997. Kamaido service water pond did not satisfy Specifications for Water installations. By the way
Kamaido service water pond HMP Existing piles 35 ～ 48m φ600mm 38 ～ 48m φ178mm
Purpose The number of existing piles are 1696. It is worried that the existing piles comes in contact with HMP when HMP is constructed. Do to examine whether HMP comes in contact with the existing paling.
Construction image (A cross section) The ground is a very soft ground up to about 35-43m. The ground becomes hard at deeper position than it. HMP is constructed between the existing piles. N value Existing piles HMP
The angle of the paling of all the palings was ±1°. This value was more excellent than construction control value ±2.5° on general paling head
Conclusion It was thought that the adoption of a plastic bit was good for the anxiety about the contact of the existing paling and HMP. It was confirmed that the construction accuracy of batter pile of HMP was excellent.The accumulation of further data will be hoped for in the future. It was thought that the measurement of the rotating torque of the drilling machine was one of effective construction control techniques as the judgment material which confirmed the attainment to the supporting soil.