Dynamics of Machine Foundation Supported by Piles - A Review
Nivesha P. Patel,  Yati R. Tank
High-speed machinery has been developed with the advancement of technology in industry. As the speed of the machinery increased, so did the vibrations. Machines impart vibrations to the supporting structure. It is therefore important to design and develop such a structure that supports the machinery's vibrations. The vibration amplitudes and the forces transferred to a medium can become the governing variable of these machines' foundation. The complex effects of the machines play a major role in the size of the foundation where conditions such as vibration, are eliminated by changing the stiffness and mass of the structure resulting in adjustment sizes. The machine foundation includes a detailed analysis of the foundation response to the complex load arising from the machine's expected operation. Dynamic machine foundation analysis depends on that different supporting system like piles, micro piles, isolators, etc. In machine foundation on poor soil condition piles were used in many more cases as a supporting system. In this review paper attempts, investigated review on study related to dynamic analysis of machine foundation with different supporting system and using different machinery on different machine foundation type on different soil conditions. It can generally be divided into different categories in this review field. First one, related to machine foundation with pile as support system with reciprocating machinery, second one related to dynamic analysis of rotary machine foundation and third one related to impact type machine foundation. It’s shown here in, that there has been a significant amount of research in each of these categories. The main purpose of this analysis is to provide a reference through a systematic and critical overview of each of these types of reviews.
Keywords- Machine foundation, piles, vibration, soil condition.
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Nivesha P. Patel,  Yati R. Tank,   "Dynamics of Machine Foundation Supported by Piles - A Review"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.8, Issue 1, pp.163-166, January 2020, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2001032.pdf