An Underpinning Solution to a Persistent Foundation Settlement Problem

150 Years of Underground Design and Construction

Inspecting the Unknown (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue Only)
Unknown foundations have plagued civil engineers for years. In the case of underwater pilings, much time and money is spent inspecting for cracks, breaks or deterioration. Even then, visibility...

The Deep (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue only)
Despite a mere 1,500 ft separation, Baltimore's Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Ravens Stadium required vastly different deep foundation solutions. While Oriole Park is founded...

Rebuilding History
Deterioration of the second-oldest multiple-arch masonry viaduct in the country—in Canton, Mass.—threatened its ability to continue carrying Amtrak's Northeast Corridor trains,...

Shake, Rattle and Hold (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
In-situ lateral load tests of two bridge bents were conducted on Interstate 15 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to determine the strength and ductility of an existing concrete bridge and the improvements...

Foundation Selection for Pier 300 Terminal in the Port of Los Angeles

Underwater Cracking of Prestressed Concrete Piles

Breaking Effects on Wave Statistics for Deep-Water Random Wave Train

Numerical Modeling of Deep-Water Wave Breaking

Estimating the Risk of Scour Vulnerable Bridges

Dispersive Wave Methods for Unknown Pile Lengths

NCHRP 21-5 Research Results on Determination of Unknown Bridge Foundation Depths

Evaluating Unknown Bridge Foundations: Is It Worth It?

Effects of Pier Shape on Local Scour

Scour at Complex Pier Geometries

Proposed Pier Scour Procedure for Rock Formations

Pier Scour in Montmorillonite Clay Soils

Outlet Repairs Using Cured-in-Place Pipe

Post-Triggering Response of Liquefied Sand in the Free Field and Near Foundations

 

 

 

 

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