Performance of Suction Caissons in Sand and Clay
The use of suction caissons (suction piles) in marine environments has been increasing in the last decade. A suction caisson is a steel pipe with an open bottom and a closed top that is...

Field Trials with Large Diameter Suction Piles

Suction Caissons for Deepwater Moorings

Suction Caisson Foundations in the Gulf of Mexico

The First Two Platforms with Suction Pile Foundations Subjected to Sea Ice Forces in the Bohai Sea

Analyses of Ice-Induced Vibration and Estimation of Soil Softening under Vibration of a Suction Foundation Platform

Total and Effective Stress Analysis of Suction Caissons for Gulf of Mexico Conditions

Studies of the Behavior of a Suction Pile with a Simplified Numerical Model

Pore Pressure and Bank Stability: The Influence of Matric Suction

Sediment Bypass System for Grove Dam, Nebraska

Sediment Bypass System for Spalding Dam, Nebraska

Shear Strength Components Attributable to Cementation Versus Soil Suction in Arid Environments

Heave Prediction Using Soil Suction: A Case Study

The Use of Soil Suction in Analysis of Pavement Cracking

Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity and Water Balance Predictions for Earthen Landfill Final Covers

Application of Soil Suction in Dallas/Fort Worth

Soil Suction Applications in Geotechnical Engineering Practice
This proceedings, Soil Suction Applications in Geotechnical Engineering Practice, consists of papers presented in a technical session at the...

Prediction of Movement in Expansive Clays
The movement of expansive soils is usually due to a change of suction near the soil surface. The properties of the soil that govern the amount and rate of movement are the suction compression...

Underwater Cleanup of a Pool of Liquid Creosote

A Centrifuge and Analytical Study to Evaluate Suction Caissons for TLP Applications in the Gulf of Mexico
This paper documents the results of a combined centrifuge and analytical study to evaluate the behavior of steel suction caissons under loading and soil conditions typical of deepwater...





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