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Geotechnical Engineering PhD Research Projects

We have 32 Geotechnical Engineering PhD Research Projects

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Resilience-based management of transport infrastructure enhanced by digital data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The candidate may have any background in civil and/or structural engineering and will have an understanding of digital data and value of digital twins, and how to process data using streamlined Artificial Intelligence methods for solving engineering problems. Read more

Resilience-based management of transport infrastructure enhanced by digital data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The candidate may have any background in civil and/or structural engineering and will have an understanding of digital data and value of digital twins, and how to process data using streamlined Artificial Intelligence methods for solving engineering problems. Read more

University of Bath URSA project: Impact of extreme weather on coal landslide hazards

This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the. University of Bath URSA competition. Project. Wales has been subject to a number of coal tip landslides over recent years, the biggest of which occurred at Tylorstown when 60,000 tonnes of material failed following Storm Dennis. Read more

Machine Learning in Tunnel Boring Excavation

J. Murphy and Sons have been investigating using machine learning in tunnelling by applying supervised learning techniques to predict construction duration and are interested in exploring new and continued applications of machine learning in tunnel boring. Read more

Next Generation 'circular' net zero carbon concretes for the UK's offshore wind energy sector

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
The UK’s offshore wind energy (OWE) sector is rapidly expanding through the deployment of 130 semi-submersible floating offshore wind turbines (FOWTs) every year, to meet future green energy demands and net zero carbon emission targets by 2050. Read more

Enhancing Control and Capacity of Automatic Sub-Surface Geotechnical Investigation

Offshore windfarm developments are typically fast track developments. However, undertaking conventional geotechnical borehole drilling at each proposed wind turbine location is often not viable from an economic and scheduling perspective. Read more

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