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Nguyen, T.C. (author)
People have used pile foundations throughout history to support structures by transferring<br/>loads to deeper and stronger soil layers. One of the most important questions during the design of the pile foundation is the bearing capacity of the pile. The most reliable method for determining the bearing capacity is to use results from pile load...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Tan, S. (author)
Approximately 400 kilometres of Dutch sea dikes are protected by bituminous concrete revetments to prevent damage from erosion and repeated wave attacks during storms. The numerical analysis of sea dikes subjected to cyclic wave loading needs to consider the behaviour of the bituminous concrete revetment, and the behaviour of the subsoil...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Horsten, T.J.B. (author)
This study considers pipe uplift in liquefied sands in case full liquefaction occurs in the Groningen area. Due to the short vibration time, approximately 2 seconds, uplift is considered in fully liquefied sands without vibrations. The liquefaction time and resistance against uplift are determined by experiments. The resistance against uplift is...
master thesis 2016
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Steeneken, S.P. (author)
In this thesis an investigation is performed into the rise of excess pore pressures in front of a slurry tunnel boring machine (TBM) during boring. Accurate prediction of excess pore pressures is particularly important when boring close to foundation piles or when boring with a small overburden. The existence of this phenomenon has been known...
master thesis 2016
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