Engineers Australia

Australian Geomechanics
Volume 52, Number 3

September 2017

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  • Cover

  • Contents

  • Setup of driven pile capacity with time in soft marine sediments

  • The Tuas West Extension contracts 1686 & 1687 - highly variable Jurong Formation, karstic cavities, and large bored pile and barrette construction

  • The role of micro-mechanics on the consolidation history of granular materials

  • Assessment of the impact of climate change on expansive soil movements and site classification

  • Effect of anisotropy on the bearing capacity and deformation of sand

  • Characterisation of municipal solid waste materials for the purpose of engineering design in transport infrastructure project

  • A soil mechanics study into the liquefaction of shipped metallic ores

  • Laying the foundation for the Sydney Light Rail

  • A hundred piles in highly variable ground conditions – pile design for Crown Sydney Hotel Resort

  • International Societies