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William Allsop, Ph.D.; Marisa Ackhurst, P.E.T.; Dimitrios Konstantakos, Ph.D., PE
Marine walls for harbors or waterfront structures require that engineers consider a number of design conditions. A proper design and evaluation may include wave loads, coastal, structural, geotechnical, and operational considerations. While on significant projects this is a multidisciplinary effort, on less notable works a single engineer could be called to address all issues. Many structural and geotechnical engineers might not be familiar with wave loads on marine walls or might take a simplistic approach. On the other hand, many coastal engineers are not well versed in geotechnical and structural engineering.
This workshop bridges the gaps and lays a strong foundation covering wave forces, structural concepts, and geotechnical considerations for marine walls. Taught by world-leading experts Professor William Allsop, Ms. Marisa Ackhurst, and Dr. Dimitrios Konstantakos, guaranteed to deliver a memorable learning experience.
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