The “International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories” covers the broad area of
practice in geotechnical engineering (soils and rocks), geotechnical earthquake
engineering, environmental geotechnics and engineering geology. Papers on well-
documented case histories with emphasis on observations and data collected during
and after project construction are invited. The journal aims to become an efficient mean
of publishing and distributing high quality data from construction and research projects
by taking advantage of the opportunities provided by the internet. Emphasis is given in
the methods used to collect the data, and the project’s design and construction details.
The intention is not only to establish the first refereed journal devoted on case histories.
The "International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories" is also a database of high-
quality geotechnical information. Published Information will be classified and become
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International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories
Journal of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering
Juneja, A. , Chatterjee, D., and Kumar, R.
Embankment Failure in
Residual Soils at Nivsar, Ratnagiri
|GEOGRAPHIC DATABASE OF PUBLISHED CASE HISTORIES
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