Sustainability Issues in Environmental Geotechnics: Proceedings of the 2nd Geomeast International Congress and Exhibition on Sustainable Civil Infrast (Sustainable Civil Infrastructures) (Paperback)
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Effect of density and carbonates on thermal properties of virgin soil.- Enviro-economic evalaution of dumpsite rehabilitation solutions in developing countries.- Geosynthetics, an emerging engineered technology in soil stabilization in the third world nations for sustainable development.- Geoenvironmental impact of bauxite residue stabilized with fly ash and gypsum to mitigate the leaching problems.- Evaluation of surfactant formulation for eor in some depleted oil fields of upper assam.- Proportioning of clsm containing class c fly ash, ggbs, quarry dust and processed slag sand.- New theory of soil response to a high energy impact and its environmental consideration.- Contaminated soil remediation: a novel cartographic model for the representation of technical maps.- Chemical transport through porous media for eor of upper assam basin, india.- Environmental impact assessment of mechanically stabilized earth retaining structures.- Formulation of chemical slug for eorr application of moran oil field of upper assam basin.- A green approach for oil field produced waters of upper assam basin .- Potential of using tire waste in soil reinforcement and its application in geocells under static and dynamic loading - a review.
About the Author
Assistant Professor Tamer Sorour is a Geotechnical Engineer graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, and obtained his PhD from the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University in 2009. He performed various researches in different fields of Geotechnical Engineering, such as soil dynamics including the hazards accompanied with pile driving in different soil formations as well as the design of machine foundations and soil liquefaction, and the stability of soil slopes under the effect of earthquakes. The field of deep excavations including different shoring and anchorage systems. The field of soil improvement using stone columns and the effect of the installation technique on the behavior of the stone columns. He also shared in different researches that are focused on the response of large diameter piles in different soil formations. He also have minor/major contribution in different mega projects in Egypt as supervisor of structural and geotechnical works including, but not limited to: geotechnical and geo-environmental studies, execution of boreholes, shallow and deep excavation works, performing different laboratory testing, field control and field testing using different techniques, installation of different types of piles, retaining walls and different supported deep excavation systems, soil stabilization, dewatering, protection of side slopes and landslides, grouting and field monitoring. Geo-Institute of HBRC is considered one of the largest geotechnical institutes in the Middle East that has ISO certificate. Professor Hisham had been selected to chair the institute from many years ago. This selection had been done based on his activities, accuracy, awareness, and hard work in the research. He is specialized in Geotechnical Testing, Neural Networks for the Geotechnical Engineering, and Soil Improvement.