Probabilistic Analysis of Foundation Settlement

Capacity Predictions for Full Scale Transmission Line Test Foundations

Lateral Earth Pressures on Deep Braced Walls

Scour Power
New prediction methods consistently calculate scour around bridge piers allowing engineers to better tailor pier design in rock and consolidated material. The leading cause of bridge failure...

Defect Detection (Available only in Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
Sonic integrity logging technology can detect flaws in deep foundations more reliably and at less cost than conventional boring techniques. These non-destructive test tools are being used...

Performance of a Passively Refrigerated Gravel Pad Foundation in Fairbanks

Foundation Retrofit at Savoonga A Retrospective Study

Performance of a Triodetic Foundation Near Fairbanks, Alaska

Foundations for Permafrost and Other Problem Soils

West Dock Causeway Bridge Piers

Iron(II) Amine Complex Soil Stabilization

Practical Guide to Grouting of Underground Structures
This book presents a hands-on discussion of grouting fundamentals and provides a foundation for the development of practical specifications and field procedures. The author takes a practical...

Chicago's Micropile Debut
On a tight, urban site around Chicago's historic Orchestra Hall, engineers used high-capacity micropiles as an alternative to hand-dug caissons. On a $104 million project...

Uncertainty in the Geologic Environment
from Theory to Practice
The state-of-the-art is presented with respect to analytical and design methods incorporating uncertainty in the geologic environment. Particular emphasis is placed on practical applications...

Rotation of Large Gravity Walls on Rigid Foundations under Seismic Loading

Rethinking Foundation Design in Karst Residuum

The Effects of Construction Joint in Mass Concrete

Singapore Showcase
A new bridge in Singapore has a unique pylon design and no piers. The deck hangs from the pylon supported by three back stays. The 100 m overpass bridge was designed for the Singapore...

The Taller the Deeper (Available only in the Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
While debate rages on about which structure holds the title of the world's tallest building, there is no dispute over which building has the deepest foundation. At 130 m below...

Design of Sheet Pile Walls
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 15 From foundation exploration and testing procedures...





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