(IC-1989) Proceedings - Third International Conference - Piling and Deep Foundations, 1989, London, England

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537 The merits of polymeric fluids as support slurries J.J. Beresford, B.Sc.C.Eng, Charles Haswell & Partners, UK P.M. Cashman, B.Sc.C.Eng, Trigon Geochemical Ltd., UK R.G. Hollamby, FRMIT (Geo) SPE BDA, visKeau Slurry Services Ltd., UK
538 Monitoring and quality control of a 100 meter deep diaphragm wall D.A. Bruce; Nicholson Construction Co., USA B. De Paoli; RODIO S.p.A., Italy C. Mascardi; Studio Geotecnico Italiano, Italy E. Mongilardi; RODIO S.p.A, Italy
539 Recent developments in continuous flight auger piling P.H. Derbyshire; Westpile Ltd., UK M.J. Turner; Westpile Ltd., UK D.E. Wain; Westpile Ltd., UK
540 Deep mix-in-place soil/cement stabilization using hollow stem augers for excavation at Elland, West Yorkshire J.A. Elliott; Cementation Piling and Foundations Limited, UK
541 Hand-dug underreamed piles at Embankment Place, London W.J. Grose; Ove Arup & Partners, London, UK
542 Design, construction and applications of auger piling system for earth retention and underpinning of structures A.A. Gupte, M.S., P.E., MASCE, AFCON, INC., Richfield, Ohio, USA
543 Bearing capacity of nodular piles S. Kanai; Takechi Engineering Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan S. Yabuuchi; Takechi Engineering Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
544 Economical piling in soft soils and expansive clays D. Mohan; Former Director, CBRI, Roorkee, India
545 Construction of cast-in-place piles with enlarged bases H. Mori; Kiso-Jiban Consultants Co., Ltd., Japan T. Inamura; Toyo Building Foundation Corp., Japan
546 Behavior of mini-piles used in foundation underpinning in Beaumont Clay, Houston, Texas, USA M.W. O'Neill; University of Houston, Houston, Texas, USA R.F. Pierry; Roger Bullivant of Texas, Inc., Grand Prairie, Texas, USA
547 Producing sealing walls and sealing slabs by applying the soilcrete process E.W. Raabe; GKN Keller GmbH, Bochum, FR Germany S. Toth; GKN Keller GmdH, Bochum, FR Germany
548 High capacity barrettes in a region of old underground quarries F. Schlosser; Terrasol, France B. Simon; Terrasol, France J. Morey; Bachy, France
549 Thornton Road, Listerhills, Bradford B.C. Slocombe, MSc; GKN Keller Foundations, Coventry, UK
550 Deep vibrocompaction by stone columns and liquefaction investigation P. Ventura; Universita La Sapienza, Roma, Italy
551 Influence lines for the pile loading on bridge pier foundations M.B. Wechsler; Consulting Eng., Downey, Calif., USA
552 Small diameter piling system used in Australia P.J. Yttrup; P.J. Yttrup & Associates Pty. Ltd., Australia D.A. Cameron; South Australian Institute of Technology, Australia D.L. Stuart; Stratumpile Foundations Pty. Ltd., Australia
553 Unusual dolphin monopile structure C.T. Christensen, M.Sc.; Comar Engineers A/S, Virum, Denmark Charles Nielsen; Christiani & Nielsen A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark
554 Variable inertia elastic piles on elastic plastic soils bearing horizontal forces: A numerical calculation method applied to two examples of structures G. Noce; Ing. Mantelli & Co., General Building Company, Genoa, Italy M. Fedolino; Ing. Mantelli & Co., General Building Company, Genoa, Italy
555 Foundations of the 'Ko-Galerie' in Dusseldorf using top/down building technologies P. Arz; Bilfinger + Berger Bauaktiengesellschaft, Mannheim, FR Germany
556 The use of a reverse circulation diaphragm walling technique to form a plastic cut-off wall around Sizewell B Power Station H.F. Cowie; Stent-Soletanche Joint Venture, Hook, Hampshire, UK J.D. Crawley; Stent-Soletanche Joint Venture, Hook, Hampshire, UK
557 Review of the methods used to construct large diameter bored piles for top down construction J.D. Findlay; Stent Foundations Limited, Hook, Hampshire, UK G.E. Wren; Stent Foundations Limited, Hook, Hampshire, UK
558 article: Recent developments in secant bored pile wall construction D.E. Sherwood; SIF Enterprise Bachy Limited, UK C.N. Harnan; SIF Enterprise Bachy Limited, UK M.G. Beyer; Karl Bauer (UK) Limited
559 Little Britain Project: Construction Of Basement R.H. Wright; Fairclough Piling & Marine, UK G. Doe; Fairclough Piling & Marine, UK
560 Problems of cast in situ driven piles added to exist in piles and built near a standing structure L.F. Albert; Studio Geotecnico Italiano, Milan, Italy L Trezzi; G.I.E., Milan, Italy
561 Ultimate uplift capacity of piles and pile groups in granular soil B.M. Das; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Illinois, USA
562 Dynamic stability of an axially loaded pile S.S. Gajin; Faculty of Civil Engineering, Subotica, Yugoslavia R.J. Folic; Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia
563 On the effects of and grading on driven pile performance S.R. Hencher; Leeds University, UK D.J. Mallard; Central Electricity Generating Board
564 Rehabilitation of existing foundation piles of marine structures in New York City Harbor, USA P.B. Kelleher; Spearin, Preston & Burrows, Inc., New York, NY, USA
565 Construction of pile foundation for railway viaducts M.D. Khattar; Indian Railway Construction Company Limited, New Delhi, India
566 Soil displacement caused by pile driving in clay K. Rainer Massarsch; Geo Engineering SA, Brussels, Belgium B.B. Broms; Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore
567 Methods of constructing concrete piles on heavily contaminated sites N.C. Matheson; Westpile Ltd., Uxbridge, London, UK D.E. Wain; Westpile Ltd., Uxbridge, London, UK
568 Impact of environmental regulations on pile foundation design and construction using diesel hammers R.D. Short; Kaldveer Associates, Inc., Oakland, California, USA M.B. Williams; Kiewit Pacific Co., Concord, California, USA
569 Large diameter machine bored piles in Australia W.J. Kingwell; Vibro-Pile, Melbourne, Australia F.A. Albrecht; Vibro-Pile, Melbourne, Australia
570 Performance of a large diameter drilled pier A.J. Partos; Site Engineers, Inc., Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA E.J. Sander; Site Engineers, Inc., Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA U. Hungspruke; Thornton Thomasetti, PC, New York, New York, USA
571 World Financial Center Foundations, New York G. Tamaro; Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
572 Rock socket piles in the Sherwood Sandstone of Central Birmingham L.J. Whitworth; GKN Keller Foundations A.J. Turner; Ove Arup & Partners, Birmingham, UK
573 Instrumented driven steel tube piles at Canary Wharf, London A.R. Gaba; Ove Arup & Partners, London, UK
574 Production and testing of 600 reinforced-concrete piles for the Central Bank of Iraq H. Meseck; Philipp Holzmann AG, Essen, FR Germany
575 Reanalysis of piles under static and dynamic lateral loads S. Prakash; Prof. University of Missouri-Rolla, USA S. Prakash; Lect. University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
576 Bearing capacity of piles in soils with time dependent characteristics M.J. Preim; Soil & Material Engineer, Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA R. March; Soil & Material Engineer, Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA M. Hussein; Goble Rausche Likins and Associates, Inc., Orlando, Florida, USA
577 Capacity of slender steel piles J. Wennerstrand; National Board for Housing & Physical Planning, Sweden A. Fredriksson; ADG Grundteknik AB, Sweden
578 The effect of vertical pile loading on subsequent lateral behavior A. Lyndon; University of Liverpool, UK G. Price; Building Research Establishment, UK I.F.Wardle; Building Research Establishment, UK L.S. Varey; Bingham Cotterell Ltd., UK
579 Combined loading tests on large diameter piles A. Lyndon; University of Liverpool, UK W.G. Mitchell; Bachy (UK) Ltd., UK
580 Caisson design and construction, upstream guide wall, locks and dam no. 26 E.C. Demsky; US Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis, Missouri, USA B.H. Moore; US Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
581 The Dutch Cone Penetration Test and its use in determining the pile bearing capacity C. Van der Veen; International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, Delft, Netherlands
582 An innovative approach to load testing of high capacity piles P. Bermingham; Berminghammer Co., Ltd., Ontario, Canada M. Janes; Berminghammer Co., Ltd., Ontario, Canada
583 A simple evaluation of dynamic pile tests D. Kolymbas; University of Karlsruhe, FR Germany
584 New device for load testing driven piles and drilled shafts separates friction and end bearing J. Osterberg; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, and Consulting Geotechnical Engineer, Aurora, Colorado
585 An improved method for the prediction of pile bearing capacity from dynamic testing R.T. Stain; Testconsult CEBTP Limited, UK A.G. Davis; Testconsult CEBTP Limited, UK
586 Vibration-free driven tubular-piles S. Doornbos; Funderingstechnieken, Oostburg, Netherlands
587 The effects of changes in effective stress on a base grouted pile in sand V.M. Troughton; Ove Arup and Partners, London, UK A. Platis; KYDEP, Athens, Greece
588 The design and construction of large diameter base grouted piles in Thanet Sand at Blackwall Yard, London J.A. Yeats; Ove Arup and Partners, London, UK N.J. O'Riordan; Ove Arup and Partners, London, UK
589 Base grouted piles in Thanet Sands, London D.E. Sherwood; SIF Enterprise Bachy Ltd., UK J.M. Mitchell; Ove Arup and Partners, London, UK
590 Methods of constructing concrete piles on heavily contaminated sites N.C. Matheson; Westpile Ltd., Uxbridge, London, UK D.E. Wain; Westpile Ltd., Uxbridge, London, UK