Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis and Modeling
GeoStructures extensive expertise in soil-structure interaction, constitutive modeling, and geotechnical applications of the finite element method (FEM) analysis enables us to better understand and optimize complex foundations, braced excavations, slopes and retaining systems, embankments, dams, and pavements. Yet, no amount of modeling and sophisticated analyses can account for missing key subsurface factors. Thus, before accurately modeling any given project, GeoStructures places significant emphasis on subsurface site characterization to identify critical and unique subsurface factors. This practice is the main distinguishing feature of our work and truly sets us apart from our competitors. Our expertise in soil-structure interaction analysis and modeling includes:
- Site-specific response spectra and soil dynamic analysis
- Braced excavations
- Pavement stress analysis and mechanistic design
- Steady-state seepage and transient flow analysis
- Groundwater modeling and contaminant transport
- Machine foundations
- Lateral capacity of piles and caissons
- Stress deformation behavior of foundation systems
- Soft and hard ground tunneling
For inquiries related to Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis and Modeling, please contact Bashar Qubain (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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