Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
Electron J Geotech Eng
The Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (EJGE ) is a new electronic journal that is available on the World Wide Web. EJGE is supported by a distinguished advisory and editorial board, has high scientific standards and takes advantage of current electronic document technology. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Conventional Problems of Geotechnical Engineering - New developments in the classical areas of bearing capacity, settlement, lateral earth pressures, and slope stability; such as new theories, testing and verification studies, and computer applications; Geosynthetics - New ideas, uses, and developments in the area of geosynthetics; Environmental Geotechnics - New applications and inventions in the fast developing field of geoenvironmental engineering; Soil Dynamics - New theoretical developments, applications, and field observations in soil dynamics and geotechnical earthquake engineering; Computational Geomechanics - Geotechnical knowledge representation; multimedia and world-wide web applications to geotechnical engineering; applications of artificial intelligence (or natural stupidity); user interfaces and visualization; computer graphics; computer-aided design; Applications in Geotechnical Engineering - Experiences from practice; both successes and failures; new problems in search of answers.
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