Oasys had a paper accepted and then showcased at the Rome edition of DFI. The paper was based on new methods of assessing damage induced in utilities due to ground movements.
DFI Rome – International Conference on Deep Foundations and Ground Improvement – explored the industry’s challenges and provided a forum for presentations from contractors, engineers, researchers and manufacturers (technology providers) on projects and studies related to new technologies, methods of construction, design concepts, equipment, materials and electronic in connection with the developing of Project Information Management System and the Building Information Modeling (BIM) applied to the geotechnical and foundation industry.
Oasys Application Specialist, Zeena Farook, alongside colleagues from Arup (Francesc Mirada and Riccardo Impiumi) wrote a paper that was accepted for presentation at the conference. The paper was themed around a new method for assessing damage induced in utilities due to ground movements from major infrastructure projects. The processes involved using Oasys software PDisp and Xdisp. The paper was then formatted into a poster and displayed throughout the conference, with Zeena in attendance to provide any supplementary information and answers to any interested delegates.
You can view the poster here.