Registration for "Transportation Soil Engineering in Cold Regions" Conference
Conference includes Young Geotechnical Engineers Symposium (20 May) and main program (21-23 May). The form consists of two parts: personal information and abstract submission.
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Young Geotechnical Engineers Symposium (20 May 2019)
TRANSOILCOLD 2019 main program
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problems of design, construction and operation of transportation infrastructure in Arctic and cold regions (ICR)
design, construction and exploitation of high speed railway subgrade (HSS)
geophysical techniques for geological survey and diagnostics (GT)
geological studies for construction and design in permafrost regions (GP)
disaster prevention in geotechnical structures (DP)
stability of slopes, landslides, debris flows and avalanches (SSL)
soil dynamics and earthquake engineering (SD)
geotechnical modelling of the transport facilities base (GM)
use of geosynthetics in construction and reconstruction of transport facilities (GS)
techniques of earth foundation strengthening (FS)
geoenvironmental technologies in construction and reconstruction of transport facilities (GE)
geotechnical problems of underground construction in complex conditions (UC)
transport facilities influence on underground structures (IUS)
frost heave and thaw weakening of subgrade, ballasted subgrade and base of slab track (FH)
experience in construction and maintenance of subgrade in cold regions (SCR)
artificial ground freezing in transportation (AF)
cracking of pavement caused by the natural influences and due to repeated cars passages (PC)
construction, reconstruction and maintenance of bridges and tunnels (BT)
permafrost dynamics in changing climate and under technogenic impact (PD)
transport infrastructure safety (TIS)
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