Why does reinforcement provide in pile?

Reinforcement is provided to enable the pile to resist the bending moment developed during pickup and transportation, the vertical load, and the bending moment caused by a lateral load.

Various types of cast-in-place concrete piles are currently used in construction, and most of them have been patented by their manufacturers. These piles may be divided into two broad categories: (a) cased and (b) uncased. Both types may have a pedestal at the bottom.

Cased piles are made by driving a steel casing into the ground with the help of a mandrel placed inside the casing. When the pile reaches the proper depth the mandrel is withdrawn and the casing is filled with concrete.

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