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<p>Recent additions to the Brantford General Hospital expansion included construction of a new hospital wing, involving excavations of up to 11 metres (36 feet) depth, in loose to compact sand adjacent to an existing eight-storey hospital structure. The tendered ...
Reference: (2004) - Fifth International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering
<p>In recent years, due to city development, excavation and building construction in the loose fill of the southside of Tabriz, Iran is inevitable. This paper presents a case study of stabilization of a 16m deep excavation in loose fill using soil nail wall ...
Reference: Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’17) Barcelona, Spain –April 2 –4, 2017
<p>This paper aims to investigate the important role of deep excavation support and its effect on nearby existing buildings, especially those founded on shallow foundations. Excavation of basement or foundations induces movements as a consequence of stress-release ...
Reference: 7th Annual Conference for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research - Basic Sciences and Engineering Studies, 20-23 February 2016, Friendship Hall, Khartoum, Sudan
<p>Bangkok metropolitan located on thick river soft clay deposit has recently construction project on mass rapid transit underground railway (MRT). This paper presents a finite element study on the Bangkok MRT underground construction project. The Sukhumvit ...
Reference: Soils and Foundations Volume 53, Issue 5, October 2013, Pages 756–773
Our research employs the concept of building information modelling (BIM) in environmental impact assessment for urban deep excavation projects. BIM is a relatively new technology that facilitates better information integration and management. Many engineering ...
Reference: 2012 Proceedings of the 29th ISARC, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
<p>The performance of diaphragm walls in excavation for Shandao Temple Station of Taipei Metro is evaluated by using the concept of wall deflection path which is a plot of maximum wall deflections versus depth of excavation. Finite element analyses were performed ...
Reference: Journal of GeoEngineering, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 001-012, April 2012
This thesis introduces enhancements to existing techniques that improve the agreement between model predictions and both, laboratory test data and eld performance observations. Speci cally, the nite element simulation strategy adopted in this research incorporated ...
Reference: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS
<p>The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE), in particular the Geotechnical Division (GD) and the Hong Kong Geotechnical Society (HKGES) promote close collaboration with other Professional Engineers&rsquo; Institutions within the region to enhance sharing ...
Reference: Geotechnical Division, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
<p>The Riverside large deep excavation of Shanghai international passenger center was 800m long and 100&ndash;150m wide with the depth of 13 m. The south long side of the deep excavation was at a distance of 4.6m from the parallel flood wall of Huangpu River. ...
Reference: Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground – Ng, Huang & Liu (eds), © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London
<p>In this paper, structural and ground behaviours of several excavations in Kaohsiung, Taiwan were described and examined. Based on behaviours observed from these excavations, it was found that the maximum lateral wall displacement (&delta;hmax) in relation ...
Reference: Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground – Ng, Huang & Liu (eds), © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London