A U-shaped steel sheet pile is a type of steel piling that has a cross-sectional shape resembling the letter “U”. It is commonly used in civil engineering and construction projects for various applications, such as retaining walls, cofferdams, foundation support, and waterfront structures.
The detail of a U-shaped steel sheet pile typically includes the following specifications:
Dimensions: The size and dimensions of the steel sheet pile, such as the length, width, and thickness, are specified according to the project requirements.
Cross-sectional properties: Key properties of the U-shaped steel sheet pile include the area, moment of inertia, section modulus, and weight per unit length. These properties are crucial for calculating the structural design and stability of the pile.