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- El-Naggar, Hesham (ed.), Abdel-Rahman, Khalid (ed.), Fellenius, Bengt (ed.), Shehata, Hany (ed.)
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Sustainability Issues for the Deep Foundations
Proceedings of the 2nd GeoMEast International Congress and Exhibition on Sustainable Civil Infrastructures, Egypt 2018 - The Official International Congress of the Soil-Structure Interaction Group in Egypt (SSIGE)1999
This volume presents some advances in the analysis and design of deep foundations. It contains 21 technical papers covering various aspects of analysis and design of deep foundations based on full-scale field testing, numerical modeling and analytical solutions. They present results and findings from research as well as practical-oriented studies on deep foundations that are of interest to civil/geotechnical engineering community. The topics cover a wide spectrum of applications that include evaluation of the axial and lateral capacity of piles, pile group effects, evaluation of the increase in pile capacity with time (or pile setup), influence of excavation on pile capacity, study the behavior of pile raft caisson foundations, evaluation of the bearing capacity and settlement of piles from cone penetration tests, etc. The volume is based on the best contributions to the 2nd GeoMEast International Congress and Exhibition on Sustainable Civil Infrastructures, Egypt 2018 - The official international congress of the Soil-Structure Interaction Group in Egypt (SSIGE).
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M. Hesham El Naggar, Licensed Professional Engineer, Province of Ontario (P.Eng.), Engineers Nova Scotia, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, Member of Engineers Syndicate, Egypt.HONOURS & AWARDSGeosynthetics Award, Canadian Geotechnical Society (2016)Engineering Medal: Research and Development, OPSE and PEO (2015) Click here for picturesFellow of American Society for Civil Engineers (2014)Fellow of Engineering Institute of Canada (2012)Engineering Prize for Achievement in Research, Faculty of Engineering, Western Engineering (2010)A.G. Stermac Award, Canadian Geotechnical Society (2007)Certificate of Appreciation, Canadian Geotechnical Society (2007)Faculty Scholar Award, University of Western Ontario (2006-2008)G.G. Meyerhof Award, Canadian Geotechnical Society (2002)Colloquium Speaker, Canadian Geotechnical Conference (2002)Faculty of Engineering Science Prize for Outstanding Teaching, Western (2000-2001)Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award recipient, Civil Engineering Department, Western (1992-1993)Special University Scholarship, Western (1990-1993)Ontario Fees Bursary, Western (1990-1993)Alexandria University Scholarship for Outstanding Undergraduates (1977-1982)Alexandria University MSc Award (1989)PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONLicensed Professional Engineer, Province of Ontario (P.Eng.)Engineers Nova ScotiaAssociation of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British ColumbiaMember of Engineers Syndicate, EgyptSCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES MEMBERSHIPCanadian Geotechnical Society (CGS)Canadian Society for Civil Engineers (CSCE)American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE) Dr. Abdel-Rahman got his Bachelor degree from Faculty of Civil Engineering - "Ain-Shams University" - Cairo - EGYPT in 1986. Afterwards he went to Germany at "University of Hannover", where he got a master degree with "Distinction" in "Geotechnique and Infrastructure Engineering" . His PhD study under the excellent supervision of "Prof. Achim Hettler" at University of Dortmund - Germany was completed in 1999 with innovative results related to the "Numerical Investigation of Scale Effect by Earth Pressure Problems". After getting his Ph.D., he joined the team at Institute for Geotechnical Engineering at "Leibniz University of Hannover" as Senior Lecturer then he was nominated by the head of the department "Prof. Martin Achmus" to be his "Oberingenieur"-"Deputy Head". During his academic career, he published with the team in his department "Institute for Geotechnical Engineering (IGtH) more than 60 publications mainly in the Numerical Modeling of Foundations Systems for Wind Energy Plants (Onshore & Offshore) and supervised more that 80 Bachelor and Master theses.Different conference publications have been awarded "Best Conference Paper Award" e.g. "K. Abdel-Rahman & M. Achmus " Behaviour of Monopile and Suction Bucket Foundation Systems for Offshore Wind Energy Plants" in 2006. Last but not least, winning in 2016 "Outstanding Paper Award" from the international journal "Computers and Geotechnics" for a paper with "Prof. Martin Achmus" et al. titled "Behaviour of Monopile Foundations under Cyclic Lateral Loading". Dr. Bengt H. Fellenius is a professional engineer specializing in foundation design and studies by participation in project teams, special investigations, instrumented field tests, etc. Services are also provided in regard to construction problems, claims, and litigation in collaboration with Consultants and Contractors, as well as Owners. Dr. Fellenius, Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Ottawa from 1979 through 1998, is an internationally recognized authority in the field of soil mechanics and foundation engineering, and, in particular, in deep foundations. He has gained a wealth of practical experie
1.Earth pressure distribution on rigid pipes overlain by tda inclusion.- 2.Dynamic nonlinear horizontal resistance of pile group considering soil types and pile-soil contact conditions.- 3.Response of four pile group subjected to eccentric loading.- 4.Negative skin friction distribution on a single pile - numerical analysis.- 5.The proposed use of generalized regression neural network to predict the entire static load test.- 6.Case study: micropiles as integral part of an alternative slope stabilization system.- 7.Experimental study on the behavior of pile and soil at the frost condition.- 8.Analysis of driven pile bearing capacity results by static and dynamic load tests.- 9.Bearing capacity of an incompletely end-supported pile based on rigid plastic finite element method (rpfem).- 10.Influence of cap rigidity on the performance of piled-cap foundation.- 11.Geotechnical issues of testing piles on construction site of astana.- 12.An appraisal of pile capacity interpretation methods using model piles.- 13.Being behaviors and reasonable rock-socketed depth of bridge pile foundation in karst areas.- 14.Analytical approaches to predict pile settlement in london clay.- 15.Energy formulation for axial pile head stiffness in inhomogeneous soil.- 16.Indirect in-situ tests during the execution of deep foundations: relating the excavation energies to the young moduli of the surrounding soils.- 17.Vibration wave displacement introduced for driving steel pipe and h-piles.- 18.Development of negative skin friction and dragloads on piles and pile groups in soft clay.- 19.Shaft resistance of displacement piles in overconsolidated cohesionless soils.- 20.Influence of exposure temperature on shaft capacity of steel piles in ice-poor and ice-rich frozen soils.- 21.Effect of scour depth on ultimate capacity and settlement of piled foundation.