(IC-1986) Proceedings - First International Conference - Piling and Deep Foundations, 1986, Beijing, China

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736 Welcome Remarks H.Q. Fang
737 Academic Remarks B.B. Broms
738 Closing Address G.S. Zhou
739 Closing Words Z.Q. Wang
740 Excavation Bracing Technology G.F. Sowers; Law Engineering Testing Company, U.S.A.
741 Methods of Dewatering and Ground Water Control J.P. Powers; Moretrench American Corporation, Rockaway, U.S.A.
613 Contact Pressure Characteristics beneath Deep Foundation of Beijing International Hotel X.L. Huang; Institute of Soil and Foundation, China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, China S.S. Fang; Institute of Soil and Foundation, China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, China A.N. Peng; Institute of Soil and Foundation, China
614 Composite Foundations for Uplift and Compression in Soft Soils and Swampy Terrain H.S. Radhakrishna; Ontario Hydro, Canada T.W. Klym
615 Borehole Loading Test Using a Self-Boring Instrument H. Mori; Kiso-Jiban Consultants Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan S. Sone; Kiso-Jiban Consultants Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan Y. Toyooka; Kiso-Jibam Consultants Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
616 Underpinning a Deep Foundation - A Case History M. Soranzo; University of Padova, Italy P. Mazzalai; University of Padova, Italy
617 Construction of Deep Foundations by Cast-In-Borehole Method Y.W. Mou; Board of Yellow River, Shandong Province, China
618 Reliability Approach for Deep Foundation Studies R. Chowdhury; University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia
619 Construction and Instrumentation of a Deep Foundation Y.K. Wong; Port of Singapore Authority, Singapore C.F. Leung; National University of Singapore, Singapore R. Radhakrishnan; Port of Singapore Authority, Singapore
620 Rehabilitation of Tilted Large Drainage Caisson M.A. El-Sohby; Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt S.O. Mazen; General Organization for Housing, Building and Planning Research, Cairo, Egypt A.M. Elleboudy; Faculty of Engineering at Shobra, Cairo, Egypt
621 A Proposal for Construction of the Pile Load-Settlement Curve Based on Results of Cone Penetration Tests A. Tejchman; Technical University of Gdansk, Poland K. Gwizdala; Technical University of Gdansk, Poland
622 Material Behavior and Ground Improvement J.K. Mitchell; University of California, U.S.A.
623 In-Situ Ground Reinforcement Techniques P.J. Nicholson; Nicholson Construction Company, U.S.A.
624 Some Experiences in Construction and Design of Stone Column Reinforced Ground C.W. Sheng; Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, Nanjing, China
625 Characteristics and Applications of Soil Reinforcement by Jet Grouting J.W. Wang S.Y. Li H. Niu Z. Liu
626 Application of Hydrofracture Principles to Grouting in Deep Foundation Z.M Zhang; Institute of Water Conservancy and Hydroelectric Power Research, Beijing, China
627 Deep Compaction of Saturated Loess by Means of Sand-Gravel Piles Z.G. Lin; Shaanxi Engineering Investigations Institute, Xi'an, China
628 Stress analysis of Reinforced Earth Bridge Abutment S.D. Zhang; Shanghai Institute of Railway Technology, Shanghai, China J.H. Zhu; Shanghai Institute of Railway Technology, Shanghai, China
629 Design Criteria of Dynamic Consolidation Z.Q. Wang; Comprehensive Institute of Geotechnical Investigation and Surveying (CIGIS), Beijing, China
630 Longitudinal Splitting of Precuts Reinforced Concrete Piles during Driving B.B.Broms; Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore
631 Experiences with Deep Foundations in Shanghai Y.X. Tong; East China Electric Power Design Institute, Shanghai, China
632 Determination of the Load-Displacement Characteristics of Single Pile in Soft Soil Z.C. Chen; Tongji University, Shanghai, China M.B. Cao; Tongji University, Shanghai, China M. Zhang; Tongji University, Shanghai, China
633 Effects of Pile Driving in Saturated Soft Clay R.L. Wei; Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, Nanjing, China X.L. Chen; Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, Nanjing, China L. Zhong; China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, China
634 Studies of Pile Driving Cushion Materials H.R. Shen; Nanjing Institute of Technology, Nanjing, China Z.C. Yu; Nanjing Institute of Technology, Nanjing, China N.C. Tang; Nanjing Institute of Technology, Nanjing, China
635 Settlement Behavior of Pile Foundation W.Y. Xu; East China Architectural Design Institute, Shanghai, China
636 A Study of Failure Mechanism and Uplifting Capacity of Tension Pile Foundation K.J. Yang; East China Technical University of Water Resources, Nanjing, China Q.X. Li; East China Technical University of Water Resources, Nanjing, China F.Y. Wang; East China Technical University of Water Resources, Nanjing, China
637 Practical Experiences on Pile Dynamic Measurement in Shanghai J. Pei; Shanghai Municipal Institute of Civil Architectural Design, Shanghai, China Y. Wang; Shanghai Municipal Institute of Civil Architectural Design, Shanghai, China
638 Resonance Test on Pile Y.Z. Xu; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, M.M.I., Beijing, China X.M. Lui; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, M.M.I., Beijing, China B.X. Ma; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, M.M.
639 Bearing Capacity of Long Piles Driven into Soft Soil F.Z. Suo; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, M.M.I., Beijing, China Z.D. Zhou; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, Beijing, China Z.Q. Yu; Central Research Institute of Building & Construction, M.M.I.,
640 Prediction of Ultimate Beating Capacity of Steel Pipe Pile by Wave Equation R.G. Shen: Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, Nanjing, China
641 Time Effect of Bearing Behavior of Bored Pile Group in Unsaturated Silty Soil J.L. Lui, Institute of Soil and Foundation, China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, China Z.L. Yuan; Institute of Soil and Foundation, China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, China
642 Full Scale Loading Tests of NF Pile M. Nomura; Nippon Kokan K.K., Tokyo, Japan T. Todoroki; Nippon Kokan K.K., Tokyo, Japan
643 Use of Large Diameter and Long Steel Pipe Piles in Japan K. Kawakami; Nippon Steel Corporation, Tokyo, Japan M. Hashimoto; Japanese Association for Steel Pipe Piles, Tokyo, Japan
644 A Seismic Construction of Piling Head K. Oshima; Public Works Institute, Ministry of Construction, Tsukuba, Japan S. Kato; Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan M. Nomura; Japanese Association for Steel Pipe Piles, Tokyo, Japan
645 The Application of Interlocked Steel Pipe Pile and Steel Sheet Pile for an Industrial Port M. Tominaga; Kawasaki Steel Corp., Tokyo, Japan T. Sakaki; Kawasaki Steel Corp., Tokyo, Japan Y. Hosoya; Kawasaki Steel Corp., Tokyo, Japan M. Hashimoto; Japanese Association for Steel Pipe Piles, Tokyo, Japan M. Tsuchiya; Japanese Association f
646 Aseismic Bearing Capacity of Pile Foundation J.X. Wu; Tianjin University, Tianjin, China B.X. Chen; Tianjin University, Tianjin, China X.L. Gu; Tianjin University, Tianjin, China
647 Numerical Modeling of Nonlinear Piles S.P. Lin; Shanghai Jiao Tong University Y. He; Dalian Institute of Technology, Dalian, China
648 Capacity of Large Diameter Bored Piles Determined by Stress-Wave Theory S.X. Liang; Gansu Research Institute, Qilhe, Lanzhou, China F.L. Zhou; Gansu Research Institute, Qilhe, Lanzhou, China
649 Accessories for Driven Piles H.W. Hunt; Associated Pile and Fitting Corp., Clifton, New Jersey
650 Damage to Initially Bent Piles B.B. Broms; Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore I.H. Wong; Ebasco Services Incorporated, New York, New York
651 Some Experience with Large Diameter Caissons I.H. Wong; Ebasco Services Incorporated, New York, New York
652 Design of the Foundation of Zhu Jiang Fanying High-Rise Building Complex A.F. Deng; Chongqing Institute of Architecture and Engineering, Chongqing, China
653 Ultimate Uplift Capacity of Single and Group Piles in Clay B.M. Das; The University of Texas at El Paso, Texas M.F. Azim; The University of Texas at El Paso, Texas W.F. Echelberger; The University of Texas at El Paso, Texas
654 Bearing Capacity of Pile by Curve-Fitting Method Z.Q Zhou; Yunnan Design Institute, Kunming, China
655 Vertical and Lateral Load Tests on Driven and Cast-in-Place Piles G. Price; The Building Research Establishment, UK I.F. Wardle; The Building Research Establishment, UK
656 A General Formula to Determine the Allowable Pile Bearing Capacity in Case of Negative Skin Friction Cornelis Van der Veen; Amsterdam Water Supply , and International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, Delft, The Netherlands
657 Bell Bottom Cast-in-Place Piling by Reverse Circulation Drill T. Soejima; Tone Boring Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
658 Load Test on a Model Pile Driven into Sand A. Mazzucato; Istituto di Geotecnica, University of Padua, Italy G. Ric Ceri; Istituto di Geotecnica, University of Padua, Italy
659 Hand-Dug Caisson Foundation of the International Trade Centre in Shenshen Y.G. Li; Hubei Building Design Institute, Wuhan, China Y.L. Jiang; Exploration and Survey Co., Shenzhen, Guangdong, China Z. Zhang; Exploration and Survey Co., Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
660 Time-Dependent Bond Regain in Driven Piles in Permafrost B. Ladanyi; Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada A. Guichaoua; Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada
661 Bearing Capacity of Piles Determined by Field Tests D.M. Milovic; Facility of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia
662 A Contribution to Studies of Piles under Dynamic Loads R.J. Folic; Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia S.S. Gajin; Faculty of Civil Engineering, Subotica, Yugoslavia
663 The Bawang Pile - A New Type of Pile B.B . Broms; Nanyang Institute of Technology, Singapore A. Holeyman; Franki and Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
664 Strengthening of a Cardboard Machine Foundation in Kemi, Finland J. Hartikainen; Tampere University of Technology, Finland
665 Establishment of Bearing Capacity and Integrity of Cast-in-Place Piles by Means of Dynamic Testing H. Meseck; Technical University of Braunschweig, FRG
666 Design Method for Bridge Abutment Foundation Piles Subjected to Lateral Earth Pressure T. Matsui; Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
667 Behavior of Excavation with Sheet Piling in Soft Clay G.X. Zeng; Zhejiang University, China Q.Y. Pan; Zhejiang University, China Y.F. Hu; Zhejiang University, China
668 Construction of Large Scale Diaphragm Walling and Related Problems D.X. Xu; Xi'an Metal Construction Institute, Xi'an, China Z.R. Jiang; Xi'an Metal Construction Institute, Xi'an, China Y.Z. Li; Xi'an Metal Construction Institute, Xi'an, China H.M. Li; Xi'an Metal Construction Institute, Xi'an, China
669 Design Practice of Circular Diaphragm Wall Structure with Large Diameter X.Y. Hou; Tongji University, Shanghai, China Y.S. Lee; Tongji University, Shanghai, China
670 The Quality Control of Deep Foundation - The New Approach by Non-Destructive Techniques K.S. Ho; Testconsult CEBTP (Far East) Limited, Hong Kong
671 A New Diaphragm Wall Technology Providing Mechanical and Watertightness Continuity P. Dupeuble; SIF Enterprise BACHY, France
672 Design of Concrete Tunnel Liners and Pipes by Ring Compression Theory W. Lum; Consulting Engineer, Honolulu, Hawaii
673 A Review of Diaphragm Wall Construction - White Swan Hotel Q.M. Huang; Guangdong Water Conservancy and Electrical Appliance Co.
674 The Stability of a Diaphragm Wall X.L. Chen; Shanghai Tunnel Design Engineering Institute, Shanghai, China J.D. Yi; Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, Nanjing, China
675 Selection and Quality Control of Deep Foundations at Ontario Hydro's Darlington Nuclear Generating Station F. Debidin; Ontario Hydro Toronto, Ontario, Canada C.B.H. Cragg; Ontario Hydro Toronto, Ontario, Canada
676 The World in Steel Sheet Piling M. Dondelinger; TradeARBED; New York W.J. Sommerfield; TradeARBED, New York
677 Viscoelastic Finite Element Analysis of Diaphragm Walls M.Y. Xia; Tongji University, Shanghai, China X.Y. Yi; Tongji University, Shanghai, China
678 Behavior of Excavation and Pile Foundations in Soft Bangkok Clay D.T. Bergado; Asian Institute of Technology, Bankok, Thailand Y.H. Lee; Asian Institute of Technology, Bankok, Thailand J.M.T. Ananda; Asian Institute of Technology, Bankok, Thailand R. Gansehanathan; Asian Institute of Technology, Bankok, T
679 Use of Anchors in Floors of Large Dry-docks and Wagon Tipper Sheds W.H. Lui; Research Institute of First Navigational Engineering Bureau, Ministry of Communications, China
680 Construction of Long Tubular Column Foundations under Deep Water C.L. Liao; Major Bridge Engineering Bureau
681 Deep Caisson Foundations in China C.Y. Lui; Major Bridge Engineering Bureau, Wuhan, China
682 Geotechnical Investigation for Deep Foundation Projects in Shanghai Area E.R. Wang; Shanghai Institute of Geotechnical Investigation and Surveying, Shanghai, China J.E. Xu; Shanghai Institute of Geotechnical Investigation and Surveying, Shanghai, China
683 Stability Analysis of Jack-Up Rig at the Bohai Oil Field H. Cheng; Tianjin University, China Y. Xing; Bohai Oil Company, Tianjin, China M.L. Yao; Tianjin University, China
684 An In-Situ Model Test for a Large Hydraulic Press Foundation R.J. Yan; CIGIS, Beijing, China
685 The Wireline Undisturbed Soil Sampling in Deep Foundation Z.Q. Bian; Central Coal Mine Designing and Planning Institute, Beijing, China T. Soejima; Boring Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
686 Application of Several Soil Improvement Methods in China J.H. Qian; River and Sea University, Nanjing, China Z. Qian; Research Institute of First Bureau of Navigation Engineering, Ministry of Communication, Tianjin, China
687 Engineering Practice of Ground Improvement H.R. Taber; Taber Consultants, U.S.A.
688 Construction Considerations for Ground Modification Projects J.P. Welsh; GKN Hayward Baker Inc., U.S.A.
689 Construction of Large Underground Openings and Use of Grouts E. Mongilardi; Rodio S.P.A., Milano, Italy R. Tornaghi; Rodio S.P.A., Milano, Italy
690 Theory and Practice of Pile Foundations G.G. Meyerhof; Technical University of Nova Scotia, Canada
691 Drilled Pier Foundations in Expansive Soils F.H. Chen; Chen & Associates, Inc., U.S.A.
692 Installation of Drilled Piers in Shales A.C. Ackenheil; Ackenheil & Associates Geo. Systems, Inc., U.S.A.
693 Pier Design and Construction in Water Bearing Soil C.N. Baker; STS Consultants, Ltd., U.S.A.
694 Embankment Piles B.B. Broms; Nanyang Institute of Technology, Singapore
695 Drilled Pier Foundation in Hard Carbonate Rock K.E. Darnell; Geologic Associates, U.S.A. L.I. Benson; Geologic Associates, U.S.A. L.E. Wilson; Engineering Design & Geosciences Group, U.S.A.
696 Pile Construction and Related Problems K. Fujita; Hazama-Gumi, Ltd., Japan
697 Deep Excavation and Earth Retaining Structure S.Y. Zhou; Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co., China Y.K. Gui; Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co., China
698 Support for Deep Excavation in China X.M. Wu; China Academy of Railway Sciences, China
699 Deep Excavations and Foundations for Locks B.H. Moore, US Army Corps of Engineers, U.S.A.
700 Challenge from Foundation Engineering to China R.L. Xu; Ministry of Urban and Rural Construction and Environmental Protection, China
701 The Realities of Foundation Engineering J.O. Osterberg; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A.
702 Nature and Functions of a Geotechnical Consulting Firm D.V. Roberts; Dames and Moore, U.S.A.
703 The Realities of Resolving Conflicts during Construction J.S. Ward; Joseph S. Ward, P.E., Inc., U.S.A.
704 Current Business Trends in the People's Republic of China V. Tang; American Embassy in China, U.S.A.
705 Granular Pile for Ground Improvement G. Ranjan; University of Roorkee, India B.G. Rao; Central Building Research Institute, India
706 Improving Very Compressible Soils by Stone Columns and Stiffening Concrete Columns I. Stancilescu; Civil Engineering Institute, Romania I. Antonescu; Civil Engineering Institute, Romania A. Marcu; Civil Engineering Institute, Romania I. Staicu; Civil Engineering Institute, Romania
707 The Analysis of FEM on the Anchorage Consolidation for Stabilizing a Tunnel with Thick Overburden J.M. Pei; Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Z.K. Li; Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
708 Sand Compaction Piles A. Holeyman; Franki International, Belgium B.B. Broms; Nanyand Institute of Technology, Singapore
709 Effect of Stabilizing Soft Super-Saline Soil by Vibroflotation S.F. Fu; Xi'an Geotechnical Company, China and Non-Ferrous Metals Industry Corporation, Xi'an, China
710 Hand-Excavated Pier Foundations for a high-rise Hotel in the City of Dalian, China A.K.C. Chan; Ove Arup and Partners Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong J.Y.H. Lui; Ove Arup and Partners Hons Kong Ltd., Hong Kong
711 Piles in Peat under Artesian Pressure: A Case Study K.Y.C. Chung; Gilbert/Commonwealth, Jackson, U.S.A.
712 Behavior of Laterally-Loaded Piles Centrifugal and Numerical Modeling W.H. Craig, Ph.D., University of Manchester, U.K. J.S.H. Kan, Ph.D., University of Manchester, U.K.
713 Design Equations for Laterally Loaded Piles Embedded in Sand T.G. Davies; The University of Glasgow, U.K. M. Budhu; SUNY at Buffalo, U.S.A.
714 Mobilization of Skin Friction in Bored Piles in Hong Kong R.A. Fraser; Maunsell Geotechnical Services, Ltd., Hong Kong D. Kwok; Geotechnical Control Office, Hong Kong
715 Segmented Prestressed Concrete Piles for Coastal Environments S. Ahmed; Law Engineering Testing Company, U.SL
716 Pile Design, Testing, and Installation for a Gated Dam B.H. Moore, P.E., M.S.C.E., Corps of Engineers, U.S.A.
717 Analysis and Design of a Piled Foundation for a Tall Tower I.K. Ozaydin; University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia M.A. Erguvanli; Evre Consulting Engineers, Inc., Istanbul, Turkey
718 Ultimate Pullout Capacity of Batter Piles M.R. Madhav; Concordia University, Canada A. Hanna; Concordia University, Canada
719 Ultimate Skin Friction of Single Batter Piles in Sand A.M. Hanna; Concordia University, Canada T.Q. Nguyen; Concordia University, Canada
720 A Case Study in Hand-Dug Caissons R.C. Hepworth; Chen and Associates, Inc., U.S.A.
721 Piles in Expansive Soil for Large Tension Forces G.W. Plant, Ph.D.; Ove Arup Incorporated J.R.V. Gill; Frankipile Ltd. R.J. Snowden; Ove Arup Incorporated
722 Experimental Study of Axial Bearing Capacity of half-closed End Steel Pipe Piles Y.G. Qin; Research Institute of the Third Navigation Engineering Bureau, M.O.C., China M.S. Shi; Research Institute of the Third Navigation Engineering Bureau, M.O.C., China
723 Design and Construction of the Large Bored Piles for a Bridge over The Yellow River Y.Z. Wang; Survey and Design Institute of Henan Providence, China
724 Static Behavior of Single Piles Subjected to Repeated and Reciprocating Loadings L.Z. Xie; Sichuan Building Research Institute, China
725 Non-Braced and Non-Anchored Diaphragm Walling in Soft Soil D.Y. Peng; Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co., China Y.X. Fang; Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co., China J.Y. Zhou; Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co., China
726 Deep Excavation in the Shanghai Soft Clay under Protection of a Cast-In-Situ Retaining Wall M. Pernot; Soletanche, Nanterre, France M. Guillaud; Soletanche, Nanterre, France
727 North American Geotechnical Exploration Practice C.O. Riggs; Central Mine Equipment Company, U.S.A.
728 Redwood Tower; A Landmark in Deep Foundation Construction A. Partos; SITE Engineers Inc., U.S.A.
729 Foundations on Karstic Limestone in Kuala Lumpar Malaysia J.M. Mitchell; Ove Arup and Partners, London, U.K.
730 The Value of Field Measurement in the Design and Construction of Deep Foundations J. Burland; Imperial College, London and Consultant to FUGRO, U.K.
731 Opening Remarks R.L. Xu
732 Opening Speech R.T. Yie
733 Greeting Address J.C. Yan
734 Greeting Address R. Johnston
735 Welcome Remarks W.F. Loftus