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<p>In order to study the effects of a seismically induced tunnel&ndash; ground interaction, two-dimensional numerical analyses are performed using the sofware ANSYS. The study employs a coupled beam&ndash;spring model subjected to earthquake loading that is ...
Reference: Acta Geotechnica Slovenica, 2016
<p>Although numerous studies have been conducted, a recommended practice for incorporation of earthquake loading into the geotechnical design considerations for subsea structures such as wells, manifolds, and PLETs, and pipelines is not consistent. Industry ...
Reference: This paper was prepared for presentation at the Offshore Technology Conference held in Houston, Texas, USA, 2–5 May 2016
<p>With the urban population increasing, conurbation is getting more and more crowed, traffic jam happens everywhere. In this case, utilization of the underground space has become an effective way to undertake this set of problems. Tunnel construction is one ...
Reference: EJGE, Vol. 21 [2016], Bund. 14
<p>This paper presents a thorough study on various available modern ground improvement techniques and their applications in civil engineering in present scenario. On the basis of long term performance results of various ground improvement techniques and its ...
Reference: International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET), Vol. 5, Issue 1, Januray 2016
<p>The proposed corridor of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) passes through a significant area of karst as it crosses the mountainous Valley and Ridge Province (the Appalachian Fold Belt) in Summers and Monroe counties, West Virginia and Giles, Craig, Montgomery, ...
Reference: FERC DOCKET CP16-10-000 Prepared as a Deposition of Record for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on behalf of Protect Our Water, Heritage, Rights (The POWHR Coalition)
<p>Passive coal mine water treatment schemes in the United Kingdom typically incorporate settlement lagoons to precipitate iron and collect HFO (hydrous ferric oxide). Laminar flow in the lagoons enables HFO particles to settle out under gravity. Preferential ...
Reference: Proceedings IMWA 2016, Freiberg/Germany | Drebenstedt, Carsten, Paul, Michael (eds.) | Mining Meets Water – Conflicts and Solutions
<p>The two largest disturbances mining presents which requiring addressing are disturbances to the water balance and energy balance; both of which will be influenced by climate change.<br />This paper presents a framework to incorporate climate change into ...
Reference: Proceedings IMWA 2016, Freiberg/Germany | Drebenstedt, Carsten, Paul, Michael (eds.) | Mining Meets Water – Conflicts and Solutions
<p>During earthquake there is a considerable damage to structures which are above the ground level as well as to those structures which are completely underground. Several studies were carried out for analysing dynamic behavior of these structures. The underground ...
Reference: International Journal of Engineering Research, Volume No.5, Issue Special 1, pp : 116-119
<p>This paper briefly presents EDM adopted model and strategy for the environmental remediation mission, the most representative actions concluded in Portuguese old mining sites remediation with different and adapted solutions for mining wastes confinement ...
Reference: Proceedings IMWA 2016, Freiberg/Germany | Drebenstedt, Carsten, Paul, Michael (eds.) | Mining Meets Water – Conflicts and Solutions
<p>Using a software package that can be used for either three or two-dimensional (2D) slope stability analyses of the same model we analyse the stability of columns (3D) or slices (2D) overlying a shear failure surface. The failure surface can be any shape, ...
Reference: APSSIM 2016, Brisbane, Australia