I know there are many ways KX, KY, KZ (kN/m) .You can share how to calculate the coefficient of that for me,????? thank All.
You must have the soil data in order to calculate the kx,ky and kz values
1 you can have the ks subgrade modulus from your soil data
2 if you think about the posible reactions involved :
the (horizontal) kx and ky are the passive soil values
To be conservative try to use Ko values for a first approach
because the Kp values need more displacements in order to be effective
The Kz values can be assigned to the internal pile nodes (see the file send by Artur)
those values varies with depth and for each soil layer
Sz = gamma soil*h
j= internal friction angle
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assigning a unique Kz value for all the nodes the reactions can you mislead to interpret the results
and the Rz reaction at the tip of the pile must be also wrong.
Thank you for taking the time to answer me.
Can you tell me the formula name "KZ = Ka * Sz * tan (j) * m."
Can you tell me more about KX, Ky.
can you tell me any books about KX, KY, KZ best?
you will find more about this topic searching
Laumans (1977) about ks
or Grundbau - Taschenbuch ISBN 3-433-01412-4
All in german
look this page Kapitel 2, it is very interesting how they solve