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- CPT Interpretation for Coarse Grained Soils by Dr. P.K. Robertson March 8, 2013
- Use and Interpretation of the Seismic CPT
- Liquefaction talk to VGA by Dr. Peter K. Robertson October 2014
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- Toronto Underground Railway Extension
Uploaded on 8 Oct 2006
Living behind a construction site for the past two years is a form of torture not even the Bush administration is willing to try on it’s political prisioners…..
Published on 11 Mar 2013
This webinar will continue from the Introduction to CPT and take a more in-depth look at interpretation and application to estimating soil parameters for coarse grained soils.These webinars will allow for audience interaction and questions and are open to an international audience.
Dr. Peter Robertson, Technical Advisor at Gregg Drilling, will be offering short 30 minute to 1 hour webinars on Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) and its applications. The webinars are FREE and open to an international audience.
The CPT webinars will be presented by Dr. Peter Robertson. Dr. Robertson has over 30 years experience as an educator, researcher, consultant and practitioner specializing is in the areas of in-situ testing of soils, earthquake design of geotechnical structures, soil liquefaction, pile design and soil structure interaction. Dr. Robertson is recognized as an expert both nationally and internationally in the areas of insitu testing and soil liquefaction.
For more information on upcoming webinars vist Gregg Drilling at: http://www.greggdrilling.com/webinars…
Published on 7 Oct 2014
This webinar will discuss the use of the Seismic Cone Penetration Test (sCPT) as well as interpretation of the data. The webinar should last approximately one-hour and attendees can claim it as a professional development hour. The webinar will be followed by a short question and answer period for registered attendees. The slides will be made available a few days before the webinar air date.