When AI Meets DIGGS — The Birth of a New Site Characterization Paradigm?
Drilling and sampling to obtain borehole logs, together with various in-situ testing, are usually performed to determine subsurface soil and rock profiles and their associated engineering properties. However,...

Practical Aspects Of Routine Geotechnical Site Investigations — They Should Be Anything But Boring!
It’s likely that on any given day there are hundreds of geotechnical site investigations in progress in North America alone. While many of these investigations are carried out in support of large projects,...

Determining the True Distributions of Load in Instrumented Piles

Discussion of The Standard Penetration Test
(Originally published in Proc. of the Fourth Panamerican Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, ASCE, San Juan, Puerto Rico,1971....

Stability Analyses of Underground Openings Using a Multiaxial Failure Criterion

Relationship of Geologic Framework to Origin of Barrier Island Coast, South Carolina

Evaluation of Landslide Hazards with Ground-Penetrating Radar, Lake Michigan Coast

Tension Tests on Bored Piles in Residual Soil

Adding Realism to the Planning Rock Tunnel Boring Machine Projects

How Creative Engineers Think
Engineering giants think in a non-traditional way, combining scientific thinking with creative thinking, which results in technological thought. The author gives examples of how Gustave...

Hong Kong MTR Corporation Airport Railway

Recent Studies in Geotechnical Image Analysis

Augered Minipiles: A Cost-Effective Foundation for Light Structures

Design and Construction of the First Bored Tunnel Under the Nile River

Simulation and Observation of ESF Tunnel Effects on Barometric Conditions

Nine-Component Vertical Seismic Profiling at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Borehole UE-25 ONC #1 Drilling at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Control of Stacking Loads in Final Waste Disposal According to the Borehole Technique

Measurement of the Undrained Pore Pressure Response of a Shale in Triaxial Tests

Just One More Boring, and We'll Know for Sure!





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