Geotechnical engineers are at work worldwide, contributing to sustainable living and to the creation of safe, economic and pleasant spaces to live, work and relax. With increased pressure on space and resources, particularly in cities, their expertise becomes ever more important. This book presents the proceedings of the 5th iYGEC, International Young Geotechnical Engineers' Conference, held at Marne-la-VallAce, France, from 31 August to 1 September 2013. It is also the second volume in the series Advances in Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. The papers included here cover topics such as laboratory and field testing, geology and groundwater, earthworks, soil behavior, constitutive modeling, ground improvement, earthquake, retaining structures, foundations, slope stability, tunnels and observational methods. The iYGEC conference series brings together students and young people at the start of their career in the geotechnical professions to share their experience, and this book will be of interest to all those whose work involves soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering. The cover shows Dieppe harbour breakwater project, Louis-Alexandre de Cessart, 1776-1777. Ac Acole Nationale des Ponts et ChaussAces.CAS. : FOUILLE. URBAINE. PROFONDE. DANS. LA. BANLIEUE. DE. BEYROUTH. Antoine ABBOUD1 1Geotechnical Engineering Consultant, STS Consultants Lebanon ABSTRACT - The paper deals with the case of a deep excavation in ... methods based on the method of displacement which accounts for an elasto-plastic soil reaction and a finite element model with different constitutive models for each soil layer. ... cut-off wall and act as a final basement wall in the service phase.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the 5th International Young Geotechnical Engineers' Conference|
|Author||:||Y.-J. Cui, IOS Press|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2013-08-20|