Engineers Australia

Australian Geomechanics
Volume 40, Number 2

June 2005

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  • Cover

  • Contents

  • Geotechnical challenges for development in the Hunter Region - Key Figures 4 and 5

  • Field monitoring of expansive soil behaviour in the Newcastle-Hunter Region

  • Numerical modelling of ground movement under covered areas

  • Does emerging evapotranspiration (ET) cover technology offer a suitable alternative for landfill covers in the Hunter Region?

  • Geotechnical challenges for on-site wastewater management in the Hunter Region

  • The Karuah Bypass: A case-study in the engineering geology of the Southern New England Fold Belt

  • Newcastle memories: Lessons mainly from the 1970s

  • A large diameter ring shear apparatus and the effects of long distance shearing on interface friction angles and grain crushing

  • Tasmania's Class IV landslip zoning

  • Strength of Mintaro Shale

  • Bearing capacity of jacked piles in a layered soil profile

  • Investigation into the transfer mechanism of loads in grouted bolts