International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories, Vol. 4, Issue #3

We are pleased to announce the Issue #3 of Volume #4 of the International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories, an official Journal of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE). 

Papers published in this refereed journal are freely available in color and are accompanied by databases that include the electronic data presented in the paper as well as additional figures (as necessary). The locations of the case histories are also positioned in the IJGCH Geographic Database.

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Paper Title: Performance of CAPS Method Considering its Interaction with Adjacent Structures – The Q7 Station of Tehran Metro Line 7, p.147-161
Authors: Behnam Eslami, Aliakbar Golshani,

 

Paper Title: Geotechnical and Structural Challenges over an Active Landslide, p. 162-184
Authors: Konstantinos Seferoglou, Isabella Vassilopoulou, Fragiskos Chrysohoidis


Paper Title: The Observation Method for Bridge Scour: Case Histories, p.113-133
Authors: Jean-Louis Briaud, Inwoo Jung, Anand Govindasamy, Dongkyun Kim, Jaehyeon Lee

 

Paper Title: Lessons Learned from Dike Failures in Recent Decades, p.203-229
Authors: Cor Zwanenburg, Norma Patricia López-Acosta, Rémy Tourment, Alessandro Tarantino, Annarita Pozzato, Alexandre Pinto

 

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The ISSMGE International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories is an official journal of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, focusing on the publication of well- documented case histories. 

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Funding the Journal’s Open Source Mission
 
The truly open-source mission of the journal is funded annually by not more than four companies and organizations who have an action-based commitment to the advancement of the geoengineering profession. These organizations are acknowledged on our website and in every single paper of the journal. More information on our funding program can be found here. Send us an email if you are interested in being part of this unique publication. IJGCH is proudly funded by Shamsher Prakash FoundationDar GroupGeosyntec Consultants and Plaxis. Our sponsors make possible the circulation of the journal to thousands of readers at no cost.

 

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