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0:57 51:58 Suggested clip Mod-01 Lec-11 Shallow Foundation - Settlement Calculation - I YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Mod-01 Lec-11 Shallow Foundation - Settlement Calculation - I
Immediate settlement takes place in a short time (about a week) after application of load and is due to elastic distortion of the soil. As the settlement is experienced in a short time, there will not be enough time for soil mass for change in its water content. Immediate settlement is computed by elastic theory.
Settlement is the downward movement of the ground caused by a load consolidating the soil below it or causing displacement of the soil. Settlement often refers to the downward movement of the ground around an excavated space, such as that for tunnels, shafts, or basements.
The settlement of the soil layer is calculated by calculating the settlement of the individual sub-layers and adding them. In doing this it is assumed that the voids ratio and the effective stress are constant throughout the sub-layer and equal to their values at the centre of the sub- layer.
Most methods used in practice to estimate the settlements of footings in sand are based on the linear elastic approach. Footing settlement in sand deposits is often estimated using the results of in situ tests, mainly the standard penetration test (SPT) and the cone penetration test (CPT).
0:57 51:58 Suggested clip Mod-01 Lec-11 Shallow Foundation - Settlement Calculation - I YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Mod-01 Lec-11 Shallow Foundation - Settlement Calculation - I
The settlement of the soil layer is calculated by calculating the settlement of the individual sub-layers and adding them. In doing this it is assumed that the voids ratio and the effective stress are constant throughout the sub-layer and equal to their values at the centre of the sub- layer.
The soil's ability to support the load of a foundation settlement may be reduced by changes in moisture content within the soil. If soils are saturated, clays and silts may be softened. If soils are dried-out they have a tendency to shrink or contract.
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