The Western Australian Ground Control Group

Technical Evening: “Liquefaction triggering from a slow, drained increase in phreatic surface” with David Reid (Research Fellow, UWA)

Engineers Australia 712 Murray Street, West Perth

Clear evidence of the ability of a slow, drained increase in phreatic surface to trigger liquefaction in loose soils - referred to typically as the constant shear drained (CSD) stress path - has been available for about 30 years. However, it is arguably the least appreciated and understood trigger mechanism for liquefaction. Clearly, increasing the […]

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AGS Technical Evening: Western Australia’s high stress mining challenges and some recent developments in their management

Engineers Australia 712 Murray Street, West Perth

Western Australia’s high stress mining challenges and some recent developments in their management, by Mike Sandy, Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Global Lead – AMC Consultants Pty Ltd This presentation will cover the challenging mining environment encountered in many of Western Australia’s underground mines, where the pre-mining in situ stress gradients are amongst the highest in the […]

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