1. Consider the following field tests : 1. Vertical pile load test 2. Cyclic pile load test 3. Lateral pile load test 4. Instrumented test pile While estimating the load carrying capacity of a pile, the tests that can be used for separating the skin resistance from point resistance, would include





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