Rankine Lecture – Conferencia Rankine

La Rankine Lecture – Conferencia de Rankine, es una conferencia anual organizada por la Asociación Geotécnica Británica (British Geotechnical Association), que lleva el nombre de William John Macquorn Rankine, uno de los primeros en contribuir a la teoría de la mecánica del suelo, con la determinación de los empujes de tierras.

NoAÑOPRESENTADORTEMAREFERENCIA
(Géotechnique)
AFILIACIONVIDEO
11961A. CasagrandeControl of Seepage through Foundations and Abutments of Dams11(3) 161-181Harvard University
21962L. F. CoolingField measurements in soil mechanics12(2) 77-103Building Research Establishment
31963A. MeyerRecent work in rock mechanics13(2) 99-118
41964A. W. SkemptonLong Term Stability of Clay Slopes14(2) 77-101Imperial College
51965N. M. NewmarkEffects of earthquakes on dams and embankments15(2) 139-159University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
61966A. W. BishopThe strength of soils as engineering materials16(2) 91-128Imperial College
71967L. BjerrumEngineering Geology of Norwegian Normally-Consolidated Marine Clays as Related to Settlements of Buildings17(2) 83-117Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
81968R. GlossopThe Rise of Geotechnology and its Influence on Engineering Practice 18(2) 107-150John Mowlem and Co., Ltd
91969R. B. PeckAdvantages and limitations of the observational method in applied soil mechanics19(2) 171-187University of Illinois
101970K. H. RoscoeThe Influence of Strains in Soil Mechanics20(2) 129-170University of Cambridge
111971J. C. JaegerFriction of Rocks and Stability of Rock Slopes21(2) 97-134Australian National University, Canberra
121972P. W. RoweThe relevance of soil fabric to site investigation practice22(2) 195-300University of Manchester
131973T. W. LambePredictions in soil engineering23(2) 151-201Massachusetts Institute of Technology
141974R. E. GibsonThe analytical method in soil mechanics24(2) 115-139King's College, London
151975J. KériselOld structures in relation to soil conditions25(3) 433-482Simecsol Études
161976A. C. MeighThe Triassic rocks, with particular reference to predicted and observed performance of some major foundations26(3) 393-451Soil Mechanics Limited
171977V. F. B. de MelloReflections on design decisions of practical significance to embankment dams27(3) 281-354
181978W. H. WardGround supports for tunnels in weak rocks28(2) 135-170Building Research Establishment
191979H. Bolton SeedConsiderations in the earthquake-resistant design of earth and rockfill dams29(3) 215-262University of California, Berkeley
201980A. N. SchofieldCambridge Geotechnical Centrifuge Operations30(3) 227-267University of Cambridge
211981N. R. MorgensternGeotechnical engineering and frontier resource development31(3) 305-365University of Alberta
221982D. J. HenkelGeology, geomorphology and geotechnics32(3) 175-194Ove Arup & Partners
231983E. HoekStrength of jointed rock masses33(3) 187-222Golder Associates, Vancouver
241984C. P. WrothThe interpretation of in situ soil tests34(4) 449-488University of Oxford
251985N. JanbuSoil models in offshore engineering35(3) 241-280Norwegian Institute of Technology
261986A. D. M. PenmanOn the embankment dam36(3) 303-347Geotechnical Engineering Consultant, Harpenden
271987R. F. ScottFailure37(4) 423-466California Institute of Technology
281988H. B. SutherlandUplift resistance of soils38(4) 493-515University of Glasgow
291989H. G. PoulosPile behaviour—theory and application39(3) 365-415University of Sydney
301990J. B. BurlandOn the compressibility and shear strength of natural clays40(3) 329-378Imperial College
311991J. K. MitchellConduction phenomena: from theory to geotechnical practice41(3) 299-339University of California, Berkeley
321992B. SimpsonRetaining structures: displacement and design42(4) 541-576Ove Arup & Partners
331993K. IshiharaLiquefaction and flow failure during earthquakess43(3) 351-414University of Tokyo
341994P. R. VaughanAssumption, prediction and reality in geotechnical engineering44(4) 573-608Imperial College
351995R. E. GoodmanBlock theory and its application45(3) 383-422University of California
361996S. F. BrownSoil mechanics in pavement engineering 46(3) 383-425University of Nottingham
371997G. E. BlightInteractions between the atmosphere and the Earth47(4) 715-766University of Witwatersrand
381998D. W. HightSoil characterisation: the importance of structure and anisotropy-Imperial College
391999S. LeroueilNatural slopes and cuts: movement and failure mechanisms51(3) 197-243Université Laval. Ste-Foy, Québec
402000J. H. AtkinsonNon-linear soil stiffness in routine design50(5) 487-507City University, London
412001H. BrandlEnergy foundations and other thermo-active ground structures56(2) 81-122University of Technology, Austria
422002D. M. PottsNumerical analysis: a virtual dream or virtual reality?53(6) 535-572Imperial College
432003M. F. RandolphScience and empiricism in pile foundation design53(10) 847-874University of Western Australia
442004N. N. AmbraseysEngineering, seismology and soil mechanics-Imperial College
452005R. K. RoweLong term performance of contaminant barrier systems55(9) 631-678Queen's University Kingston, Ontario, Canada
462006R. J. MairTunnelling and geotechnics: new horizons58(9) 695-736University of Cambridge
472007A. GensSoil-environment interactions in geotechnical engineering60(1) 3-74Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
482008A. CharlesThe engineering behaviour of fill - the use, misuse and disuse of case histories58(7) 541-570Building Research Establishment
492009T. D. O'RourkeGeohazards & Large Geographically Distributed Systems 60(7) 505-543Cornell University
502010C. R. I. ClaytonStiffness at small strain: research and practice61(1) 5-37University of SouthamptonStiffness at small strain - research and practice
512011S. W. SloanGeotechnical Stability Analysis63(7) 531-571University of Newcastle, Australia
522012M. D. BoltonPerformance-based design in geotechnical engineeringUniversity of CambridgeVer vídeo
532013M. JamiolkowskiSoil Mechanics and the observational method: Challenges at the Zelazny Most copper tailings disposal facility64(8) 590-619Politecnico di Torino
542014G. T. HoulsbyInteractions in Offshore Foundation Design66(10) 791-825University of OxfordVer vídeo
552015S. LacasseHazard, Risk and Reliability in Geotechnical Practice Norwegian Geotechnical InstituteVer vídeo
562016R. JardineGeotechnics and EnergyImperial CollegeVer vídeo
572017E. AlonsoTriggering and Motion of LandslidesUniversitat Politècnica de CatalunyaVer vídeo
582018N. O'RiordanDynamic soil-structure interactionARUPVer vídeo
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