Pile definition

Pile means any non-containerized accumulation of solid, nonflowing hazardous waste that is used for treatment or storage and that is not a containment building.
Pile means any noncontainerized accumulation of solid waste that is used for treatment or storage.
Pile means a quantity of combustible material assembled together in a mass.

Examples of Pile in a sentence

Pile cyclic failure is characterised by two parameters: (a) the number of cycles at failure Nf and (b) the ultimate normalised–0·2displacement (su,cor su,t)/B at failure.

Smith BJ, Laslett LL, Pile KD, Phillips PJ, Phillipov G, Evans SM et al.

Pile roughness and constrained dilation had a critical effect on the micro-piles’ capacities.

Lehane (1992) reported measurements of radial total stress measured following installation of the Imperial College Pile (ICP) at three clay sites.

Site; Pile RefPileTypea Permanent steel casing.; b Increase in diameter to 558 mm from 8.3 m to 9.6 m bglTable 1.

More Definitions of Pile

Pile means natural materials or debris resulting from some type of fuels management practice that have been relocated either by hand or machinery into a concentrated area.
Pile means a quantity of combustible material assembled together in a mass. one place.
Pile means the mass or mound of compost within the forms of an open-pile, contained-pile within bin, or open-windrow.
Pile. pilings” and “pile driving” means a column of wood or steel or concrete that is driven into the ground to provide support for a structure, a number of piles and the process of installing piles into the ground.
Pile means a slender deep foundation unit made of materials or a combination of materials such as wood, steel or concrete, which is pre- manufactured and placed by driving, jacking or screwing. (« pieu »)
Pile means vegetative materials that have been relocated and heaped together either by hand or machinery.