Short name: Offshore (TC209)
ISFOG 2020 (2022) Pre-Symposium Webinar Series
Six webinars are being held in 2022 streamed live and uploaded to YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/GeoinstituteASCE)
- Data Science 101 Bruno Stuyts (Ghent University) 18 January 2022
- New proposed ISO/API p-y curves for piles in clays Philippe Jeanjean (BP America) 22 February 2022
- New proposed ISO/API unified CPT-based method for axial pile capacity in sand Farrokh Nadim (NGI) & Barry Lehane (UWA) 15 March 2022
- Fundamentals of Cyclic Loading in Offshore Geotechnics Carl Erbrich (Fugro) & Mike Rattley (Geowynd) 28 April 2022
- New integrated design models for offshore wind turbines foundations (REDWIN JIP) Ana Page (NGI) 19 May 2022
- New Design Tools for Laterally Loaded Wind Turbine Monopiles (PISA JIP) Byron Byrne (University of Oxford) 23 June 2022
Click here to download Checklist from the Fundamentals of Cyclic Loading in Offshore Geotechnics webinar
ISSMGE McClelland Honor Lecture
ISSMGE TC209 Workshop - Bodrum, Turkey - 2019
SUT 8th OSIG International Conference - London - 2017
TC209 Workshop at 19th ICSMGE - Seoul - 2017
TC209 Workshop at 18th ICSMGE - Paris - 2013
Special Issue of Australian Geomechanics Journal on Offshore Geotechnics
Guidance notes on offshore geotechnical site investigations for renewable energy, marine pipelines, and subsea structures can be downloaded at the following link: Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (OSIG) - Society for Underwater Technology
GeoWorld Group: Offshore Geotechnics (TC209)
TC209s contribution to the ICCMGE Time Capsule Project comprises two parts, as detailed below.
Part 1 - MILESTONES IN OFFSHORE GEOTECHNICS
Objective: Past to present an enduring framework to celebrate milestones in offshore geotechnics
This activity involved the creation of timelines that capture achievements in the area of Offshore Geotechnics over time. Available via the TC209 webpage, they are designed to enable all practitioners to contribute new content by (a) adding details to an existing entry; or (b) providing additional entries. Each timeline will be maintained into the future, thereby providing a framework to capture future milestones.
The following (preliminary) timelines have been prepared:
Content for other timelines has been received and will be released shortly watch this space!
We welcome additional contributions on the above. Please email TC209 Chair ([email protected]) indicating:
- Which timeline you are contributing to
- Whether you are adding to an existing or proposing a new entry
- Your contribution (event, date, description, significance, publication) please include an image if you can
Thanks to the following for contributing to the first issue of each timeline: Yiorgos Perikleous, Tom Lunne, Zack Westgate, Alan Young, Don Murff, Jose Parra, Diego Cruz, Youhu Zhang, Marcelo Silva, Mike O'Neill and Jean-Louis Colliat.
Part 2 - A MOMENT IN TIME
Objective: Future focused perceptions of where the offshore geotechnics sector is heading
A survey was prepared to investigate current perceptions and future trends in offshore geotechnics. Open to anyone working in offshore geotechnics, questions were grouped under technology, the future geotechnical engineer and new markets.
Nearly 150 responses were received an initial summary is provided this the attachment. Further detail pending (to be released on the website or via a conference paper / presentation).