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1. ILTOF

ILTOFInnovative Learning and Training On Fracture  NAFEMS was a partner in the project ILTOF - Innovative Learning and Training On Fracture – which was a Leonardo da Vinci European Union co-funded Pilot Project, part of the European Vocational Training Action Programme. Leonardo da Vinci Pilot Projects are aimed at designing, testing, evaluating and disseminating innovative vocational training and lifelong learning practices, and at promoting innovation in training as well as methodol

2. Use of (2D) FE Assessments for 3D FE Simulations in SCL Tunnelling

S_Feb_17_UK_6Modelling Soil Structural Interaction during Tunnel Excavation - This seminar focused on numerical modelling of the complex interaction between soil and structure during tunnel excavation. This is a major talking point currently, with over 26 miles of tunnels being built under the UK'€™s capital city as part of Crossrail and numerous London Underground Station Upgrade projects. Ensuring that the tunnels are correctly designed is essential to ensure the safety of those invo

3. Registration

Synergie Essais Physiques - Essais virtuels Du prototype à la réalité Paris, 3 juin 2008 Hotel Mercure, Paris Porte de Saint Cloud Inscription Registration Form Nom, Prénom Email Téléphone Société Address   Je souhaite m'inscrire au séminaire en tant que non adhérent NAFEMS -> 250 Euro(HT) Adhérent NAFEMS -> Gratuit Universitaire -> 200 Euro(HT)   NAFEMS a confié à CASS

4. Practical Assessment of Sprayed Concrete Lining Works using FEA

S_Feb_17_UK_4Modelling Soil Structural Interaction during Tunnel Excavation - This seminar focused on numerical modelling of the complex interaction between soil and structure during tunnel excavation. This is a major talking point currently, with over 26 miles of tunnels being built under the UK'€™s capital city as part of Crossrail and numerous London Underground Station Upgrade projects. Ensuring that the tunnels are correctly designed is essential to ensure the safety of those invo

5. General Discussion & Closing Remarks

S_Feb_17_UK_8Modelling Soil Structural Interaction during Tunnel Excavation - This seminar focused on numerical modelling of the complex interaction between soil and structure during tunnel excavation. This is a major talking point currently, with over 26 miles of tunnels being built under the UK'€™s capital city as part of Crossrail and numerous London Underground Station Upgrade projects. Ensuring that the tunnels are correctly designed is essential to ensure the safety of those invo

6. Strength Utilisation in SCL Linings at Early Age

S_Feb_17_UK_3Modelling Soil Structural Interaction during Tunnel Excavation - This seminar focused on numerical modelling of the complex interaction between soil and structure during tunnel excavation. This is a major talking point currently, with over 26 miles of tunnels being built under the UK'€™s capital city as part of Crossrail and numerous London Underground Station Upgrade projects. Ensuring that the tunnels are correctly designed is essential to ensure the safety of those invo

7. Soilfrac Compensation Grouting for Tunnels with SCL - Practical

S_Feb_17_UK_5Modelling Soil Structural Interaction during Tunnel Excavation - This seminar focused on numerical modelling of the complex interaction between soil and structure during tunnel excavation. This is a major talking point currently, with over 26 miles of tunnels being built under the UK'€™s capital city as part of Crossrail and numerous London Underground Station Upgrade projects. Ensuring that the tunnels are correctly designed is essential to ensure the safety of those invo

8. ICNPAA2016

ICNPAA2016Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Science have stimulated cooperation among scientists from a variety of disciplines. Developments in computer technology have additionally allowed for solutions of mathematical problems. This international forum will extend scholarly cooperation and collaboration, encouraging the dissemination of ideas and information. The 11th conference (after Narvik in 2014, Leuwen in 2012, São José dos Campos in 2010…) will hav

9. Risks related to Geotechnical FEA

Risks related to Geotechnical FEA The geotechnical industry is facing the situation that Senior Managers, who often do not have a background in numerical modelling, need to make decisions based on the outcome of finite element calculations made by young and relatively inexperienced geotechnical engineers. Complex finite element software has become very intuitive and easy to use, but the quality of the results very much depends on the user's understanding of the methods and models being used. Th

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