Geotechnical Research NeedsSerial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1981, Vol. 51, Issue 7, Pg. 68-71
Document Type: Feature article
A National Science Foundation-ASCE workshop on research needs looked at, among other subfields, geotechnical engineering. The study identified a number of research needs—based on society's needs, not the geotechnical profession's interests—and prioritized them. Some of the top needs identified are: containing hazardous wastes, dam safety, improving railroad subgrades, tunneling in soft ground, and systematically reporting failures and analyzing information on them.
Subject Headings: Geotechnical engineering | Failure analysis | Dam failures | Soft soils | Rail transportation | Dam safety | Public health and safety | Hazardous wastes
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