Engineers Australia

Australian Geomechanics
Number 24, August 1993

August 1993

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  • Cover

  • Contents,Editorial and Society Notes

  • The case for the new piling code

  • Review of joint Australia/New Zealand Draft Piling Code

  • Pile design in the new Canadian Limit States Design Code

  • Pile capacity in sand - The critical depth myth

  • Accounting for installation effects in pile design

  • Propping up a piling paper

  • Dynamic pile load testing - Warts and all

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

  • Pile integrity testing

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

  • The specification of static pile testing

  • The design of change in piling technology

  • Prediction of ground vibration induced by pile driving

  • Static and dynamic soil displacements caused by pile driving

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

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

  • 50 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise, top down construction

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

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

  • Do bored piles get tired of standing up straight?