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Patrikis, Konstantinos (author)
Quay walls are often designed with Finite Element models (FE models) to take into account the complex soil-structure interaction and highly non-linear soil behavior. However, the effect of temperature variations is uncertain if it is taken into account in the design of the quay walls at the Port of Rotterdam.<br/><br/>Nowadays, new quay walls...
master thesis 2023
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Fan, Zhi Yang (author)
The Port of Rotterdam (PoR) is the largest port in Europe and in order to maintain its status, it would need to expand. For the expansion, an extensive survey of the subsurface is needed for the construction of new port areas and its geotechnical structures. As part of designing the geotechnical structures, the subsurface is often modelled as...
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Arya, Himani (author)
In recent years, distributed fiber optic sensing (DFOS) technology has been widely used in monitoring the strains developed in the structures.<br/>The main focus of this report is to identify strains distribution while hammering/<br/>jacking pile and analyzing the uncertainties between the theoretical, measured strain through datalogger in...
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ter Steege, Friso (author)
The Dutch pile design method, NEN9997-1, classifies screw and screw-injection piles as fully displacing. For these pile types, the design code prescribes a base factor αp 0.63 and shaft factor αs in sand of 0.009. However, an ongoing TU Delft research programme on these pile types has indicated findings conflicting with NEN9997-1. This thesis...
master thesis 2022
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