Strengthening of Korean residual soil with ??-1,3/1,6-glucan biopolymer

A Maghchiche, A Haouam, B Immirzi, Département De, Faculté De, Université El, Hadj Lakhdar, Ilhan. Chang, Awlia Kharis Prasidhi, Gun-wook Joo, Gye-Chun. Chun Cho, Technical Papers, Heike Nolte, Sabine John, Olav Smidsred, Bjern T Stokke, James K Mitchell, Hon M Asce, J Carlos Santamarina, M AsceSharqia Desert, Mohsin U. Qureshi, Ilhan. Chang, Khaloud Al-sadarani, Jooyoung Im, Ilhan. Chang, Gye-Chun. Chun Cho, Glen a Lorenzo, Dennes T Bergado, Klaus Lorenz, Rattan Lal, Caroline M. Preston, Klaas G.J. Nierop, Éric Lichtfouse, Claire Chenu, François Baudin, Claudette Leblond, Martine Da Silva, Françoise Behar, Sylvie Derenne, Claude Largeau, Patrick Wehrung, Pierre Albrecht, Nima Latifi, Christopher L. Meehan, M Asce, Suksun Horpibulsuk, Christopher L. Meehan, Muhd Zaimi Abd Majid, Mahmood Md Tahir

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There is currently a significant focus on developing offshore wind power in the UK and Europe. The most common foundation type for wind turbines is a single large diameter pile, termed a monopile, on which the turbine is located. As the diameter of such piles is envisaged to increase in future installations, there are concerns that current design methods are not applicable. To explore this problem, the joint industry project PISA has been established, with the aim to develop a new design framework for laterally loaded piles utilised in the offshore wind industry, based on new theoretical developments, numerical modelling and large scale field pile testing. This paper presents an overview of numerical modelling undertaken as part of the project.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering
StatePublished - 2016


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