Engineers Australia

Number 24, August 1993

Australian Geomechanics Journal
Number 24, August 1993

August 1993

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In this issue

1

Cover

2

Contents,Editorial and Society Notes

3

The case for the new piling code

4

Review of joint Australia/New Zealand Draft Piling Code

5

Pile design in the new Canadian Limit States Design Code

6

Pile capacity in sand - The critical depth myth

7

Accounting for installation effects in pile design

8

Propping up a piling paper

9

Dynamic pile load testing - Warts and all

10

The use of pile driving analyser at a hospital complex in Malaysia

11

Pile integrity testing

12

Pile driving analyzer testing - A critical view of the "Warts and All"

13

The specification of static pile testing

14

The design of change in piling technology

15

Prediction of ground vibration induced by pile driving

16

Static and dynamic soil displacements caused by pile driving

17

Centrifuge modelling for the development of new piled bridge abutment design techniques

18

Load test on instrumented rock socketed pile for new Glebe Island Bridge, Sydney

19

50 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise, top down construction

20

The construction of large-diameter bored piles under bentonite on the West Gate Freeway Project, Melbourne

21

Correlation of moisture content with the uniaxial compressive strength of Ashfield Shale

22

Do bored piles get tired of standing up straight?