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    • Behavior of Drilled Shafts with High-Strength Reinforcement and Casing 

      Stuedlein, Armin W.; Li, Qiang; Arduino, Pedro; Ganji, Abbas (2015)
      Drilled shafts provide significant geotechnical resistance for support of highway bridges, and are used throughout the States of Oregon and Washington to meet their structural foundation requirements. Due to changes in ...
    • Characterization of Frictional Interference in Closely-Spaced Reinforcement in MSE Walls 

      Stuedlein, Armin W.; Walters, James J.; Strahler, Andrew W. (2014)
      This research addresses one of several knowledge gaps in the understanding of tall MSE wall behavior: prediction of reinforcement loads impacted by frictional interference of closely-spaced reinforcements associated with ...
    • A Platform for Proactive Risk-Based Slope Asset Management - Phase I 

      Metzger, Andrew T.; Olsen, Michael; Wartman, Joseph; Dunham, Lisa; Stuedlein, Armin W. (2014)
      Unstable slopes, including landslides, rock falls, and debris flows, present significant risk to safety and regional commerce, and present a chronic concern for highway managers. Due to the widespread spatial and temporal ...
    • Torsional Safety of Highway Traffic Signal and Signage Support 

      Barbosa, Andre R.; Stuedlein, Armin W.; Li, Qiang (2017)
      Deep foundations may need to resist torsional loads resulting from wind loading on traffic sign and signal pole structures, or seismic loading on curved or skewed bridges. Although methods for designing deep foundations ...