Dynamic piles

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Dynamically installed piles are finned piles designed to be released from 20 to 100 m above the seabed and reach velocities from 20 to 25 m/s before self-embedment. The tip penetration is expected to be two to three times the pile length with holding capacity after consolidation ranging from three to six times the pile weight.

ABS Guidance Notes: Design Methodology for Dynamically Installed piles

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