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Publications by [Pineda J. A.]

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The occurrence of subsidence, either by natural or anthropogenic factors, is of concern in engineering practice due to the potential impacts on infrastructure, natural resources and the environment. Subsidence is a complex phenomenon involving different processes ...
Reference: Report Submitted to The Office of the NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer As Part of the Review of Coal Seam Gas Activities in NSW 31 July 2013
<p>Mechanisms leading to degradation of shales are first described from a qualitative perspective. Stress changes and suction cycles are stressed as important contributors. The effect of these two effects on the degradation of clay rocks around tunnels are ...
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