Geotechnical Aspects of Soil — Structure Interaction Design Considerations

  • Gregory P. Tsinker

Abstract

Marine engineering involves the combination of several skills, including an intimate knowledge of all structural design aspects as well as an awareness of soil and rock mechanics and foundation engineering. Furthermore, a firm understanding of the basic principles of soil-structure interaction is a must. This is most apparent in connection with nonrigid structures such as sheet-pile bulkheads, or other structures where soil pressure distribution at the interface is governed by the deformation or displacement of such structures.

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Earth Pressure Standard Penetration Test Soil Liquefaction Soil Pressure Active Earth Pressure 
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