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Geotechnical and Geological Engineering

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18.04.2018 | Original Paper

Effect of Temperature on the Strength Parameters at the Plastic Domain for Unconsolidated Sandstones

Heavy and extra heavy oil reservoirs are subjected to high temperatures during thermal recovery processes like SAGD and CSS. In-situ temperature state changes throughout these operations may generate variations in the mechanical properties or …

18.04.2018 | Original Paper

Evolution of the Fractured Zone Above a Coal Face with a Large Mining Height: A Case Study of the Dahuangshan Coalmine, China

The characteristic of the distribution and evolution of the fractured zone has important guiding significance for gas drainage design. In this paper, the 2ZW11 face of the Dahuangshan coal mine was chosen as an engineering example, and the …

18.04.2018 | Technical Note

Assessment of the Excavatability of Rock Based on Rock Mass Quality: A Case Study from India

During last five decades many attempts have been made to develop a means of assessing the excavatability of rock. These classifications have been used to select appropriate excavation systems and equipment used in civil and mining works. Empirical …

17.04.2018 | Original Paper

Prediction of Engineering Properties of Basalt Rock in Jordan Using Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test

Basalt is an extrusive igneous rock derived from Lava and spread over different localities in Jordan. It can be used in industrial applications, and as construction materials. Before using basalt, it is essential to determine its dry density …

16.04.2018 | Original Paper

Study on the Fracture of Hard and Thick Sandstone and the Distribution Characteristics of Microseismic Activity

The movement of hard and thick key stratum during underground coal extraction via longwall top coal caving differs from that of other types of overlying strata. Therefore, numerous problems such as roadway instability, rock burst and strong …

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Geotechnical and Geological Engineering publishes papers in the areas of soil and rock engineering and also of geology as applied in the civil engineering, mining and petroleum industries. The emphasis is on the engineering aspects of soil and rock mechanics, geology and hydrogeology, although papers on theoretical and experimental advances in ground mechanics are also welcomed for inclusion.

The journal encompasses a broad spectrum of geo-engineering although several areas have been identified which will be given particular priority:

Soil and rock engineering;

Foundation engineering;

Applied geology for design and construction;

Geo-environmental engineering;

Earthquake engineering and dynamic behavior of soils and rocks;

Geohazards and mitigation;

Mining engineering;

Geotechnical aspects of petroleum engineering;

Information technology applications in geo-engineering;

Novel geotechnical construction techniques;

Case histories describing important geo-engineering projects.

Geotechnical and Geological Engineering publishes contributions in the form of original and review papers, or as short technical notes. A Book Review section informs the discerning reader of the type and quality of literature available to the geotechnical engineer and engineering geologist. 

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