Imperial College London

ProfessorRichardJardine

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Consul for the Faculty of Engineering & the Business School
 
 
 
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+44 (0)20 7594 6083r.jardine CV

 
 
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Assistant

 

Ms Sue Feller +44 (0)20 7594 6077

 
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Location

 

532Skempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

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Kamal RH, Coop MR, Jardine RJ, Brosse Aet al., 2014, The post-yield behaviour of four Eocene-to-Jurassic UK stiff clays, GEOTECHNIQUE, Vol: 64, Pages: 620-634, ISSN: 0016-8505

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Zhang C, Yang ZX, Nguyen GD, Jardine RJ, Einav Iet al., 2014, Theoretical breakage mechanics and experimental assessment of stresses surrounding piles penetrating into dense silica sand, GEOTECHNIQUE LETTERS, Vol: 4, Pages: 11-16, ISSN: 2049-825X

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Gasparre A, Hight DW, Coop MR, Jardine RJet al., 2014, The laboratory measurement and interpretation of the small strain stiffness of stiff clays, Geotechnique, Vol: 64, Pages: 942-953, ISSN: 0016-8505

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Silva M, Foray P, Rimoy S, Jardine RJ, Tsuha C, Yang Zet al., 2013, Influence of cyclic axial loads on the behaviour of piles driven in sand, Paris, TC-209 Workshop, ‘Design for cyclic loading: piles and other foundations’, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 81-84

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Puech A, Benzaria O, Thorel L, Garnier J, Foray P, Silva M, Jardine RJet al., 2013, Cyclic stability diagrams for piles in sands, Paris, TC-209 Workshop, ‘Design for cyclic loading: piles and other foundations’, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 85-88

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Andersen KA, Puech AA, Jardine RJ, 2013, Cyclic resistant geotechnical design and parameter selection for offshore engineering and other applications, Paris, TC-209 Workshop, ‘Design for cyclic loading: piles and other foundations’, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 9-44

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Silva M, Foray P, Rimoy S, Jardine RJ, Tsuha C, Yang Zet al., 2013, Influence des chargements cycliques axiaux sur le comportement et la capacité des pieux foncés dans les sables., Proc. 18th Int. Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 2403-2406

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Rimoy S, Jardine RJ, Standing JR, 2013, Displacement response to axial cycling of driven piles in sand, 18th Int. Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Geotchnical Engineering, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 2387-2390

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Nishimura S, Jardine RJ, Fenton CH, Olivella S, Gens A, Martin CJet al., 2013, Development of a predictive framework for geothermal and geotechnical responses in cold regions experiencing climate change, Paris, 18th Int. Conf. on Soil Mechnics and geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 3391-3394

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Jardine RJ, 2013, Advanced laboratory testing in research and practice. 2nd Bishop Lecture, 18th Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 25-55

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Rimoy SP, Jardine RJ, Standing JR, 2013, Displacement response to axial cycling of piles driven in sand, ICE Proceedings Geotechnical Engineering

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Jardine RJ, Zhu BT, Foray P, Yang ZXet al., 2013, Interpretation of stress measurements made around closed-ended displacement piles in sand, GEOTECHNIQUE, Vol: 63, Pages: 613-627, ISSN: 0016-8505

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Silva M, Foray P, Rimoy S, Jardine R, Tsuha C, Yang Zet al., 2013, Influence of cyclic axial loads in the behaviour and response of driven piles in sand, Pages: 2403-2406

This paper presents a new cyclic stability diagram for the lateral friction and the effect on the tensile capacity of instrumented model piles subjected to axial cyclic loading across a wide range of calibration chamber testing in silica sand. Local measurements of stresses in the soil mass (vertical, radial and orthoradial) at different distances from the axis of the pile, as well as shear and radial stresses at the soil-pile interface, provide a detailed analysis of the evolution of local stress paths around the pile and the soil mass during cyclic and post-cyclic loading.

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Jardine RJ, 2013, Bishop Lecture Advanced laboratory testing in research and practice, 18th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (18th ICSMGE), Publisher: PRESSES DES PONTS, Pages: 35-54

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Puech A, Benzaria O, Thorel L, Garnier J, Foray P, Silva M, Jardine Ret al., 2013, Cyclic stability diagrams for piles in sands, Pages: 2379-2382

This paper gathers cyclic stability diagrams obtained from various experimental sources: in situ tests on actual piles, laboratory tests on model piles in a large calibration chamber and model piles in a centrifuge. Driven piles in tension and bored piles in compression are addressed. Cyclic stability diagrams are useful tools for a preliminary assessment of the effects of cyclic loadings on the behaviour of piles.

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Jardine RJ, Zhu BT, Foray P, Yang ZXet al., 2013, Measurement of Stresses around Closed-Ended Displacement Piles in Sand, Geotechnique, Vol: 63, Pages: 1-17

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Jardine RJ, Aghakouchak A, Sim WW, 2013, Cyclic triaxial tests to aid offshore pile analysis and design, Proceedings of the ICE - Geotechnical Engineering, Vol: 166, Pages: 111-121, ISSN: 1353-2618

Renewable offshore energy structures experience unusually high levels of cyclic loading under storm and operating conditions. Laboratory and full-scale tests provide one route to develop rational foundation design approaches for such structures. Analytical approaches may also be developed from soil element testing and modelling. This paper outlines preliminary results from such a study. Computer-controlled stress path triaxial equipment, employing high-resolution local strain instrumentation, is adopted for experiments on Dunkerque and Fontainebleau sands designed to support parallel full-scale field and laboratory-model testing programmes involving axial pile loading. The triaxial experiments comprise suites of constant-volume uniform cyclic tests on K 0 over-consolidated specimens employing different amplitudes, performed in conjunction with static and multi-stage experiments that examine the effects of non-uniform cyclic loading. Preliminary results reveal the relationships between cyclic deviator stress, mean effective stress changes and number of cycles, as well as patterns of permanent and cyclic strain development.

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Puech A, Benzaria O, Thorel L, Garnier J, Foray P, Silva M, Jardine Ret al., 2013, Diagrammes de stabilité cyclique de pieux dans les sables, Paris, 18th Int. Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: Presses des Ponts, Pages: 2379-2382

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Rimoy SP, Jardine RJ, Silva M, Foray PY, Tsuha CHC, Yang ZXet al., 2012, Local and global behaviour of cyclically loaded instrumented model displacement piles in sand, London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 279-286

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Carneiro A, Jardine RJ, 2012, A model study of how pre-drilling affects displacement pile capacity in stiff clays, London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 473-480

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Merritt A, Schroeder F, Jardine RJ, Stuyts B, Cathie D, Cleverly Wet al., 2012, Development of pile design methodology for an offshore wind farm in the North Sea, London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 439-448

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Jardine RJ, Andersen K, Puech A, 2012, Keynote Paper. Cyclic loading of offshore piles: potential effects and practical design., London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 59-100

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Puech A, Canou J, Bernardini C, Pecker A, Jardine RJ, Holeyman Aet al., 2012, SOLCYP: a four-year JIP on the behaviour of piles under cyclic loading, London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 263-270

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Carneiro A, 2012, A model study of how pre-drilling affects displacement pile capacity in stiff clays., London, 7th International Conference on Offshore Site Investigations and Geotechnics, Publisher: Society for Underwater Technology, Pages: 473-480

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Kovacevic N, Jardine RJ, Potts DM, Clukey E, Brand J, Spikula Det al., 2012, A numerical simulation of progressive slope failures generated by salt diaiprism combined with active sedimentation, Geotechnique: international journal of soil mechanics, Vol: 62

This paper describes advanced finite element simulations of a geologically active andperiodically unstable 700m high underwater escarpment located in the Gulf of Mexicothat has been created by uplifting salt diapirs combined with sediment deposition. Thesite's geological history, soil permeability and clay shear strength characteristicsgovern current slope stability and determine the timing of any future failure. Thegeological and geotechnical conditions are reported before presenting fully coupled,large displacement, numerical simulations employing critical state formulations of theslope's evolution over the last 600,000 years. The latter form the basis for strainsoftening analyses of the pore pressure equalisation and progressive failure processesthat control current slope stability. The analyses also address the ground movementpatterns that precede instability, giving useful information for geohazard riskassessment and early warning monitoring system design.

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Jardine RJ, Standing JR, 2012, Field axial cyclic loading experiments on piles driven in sand, Soils and Foundations, Vol: 52, Pages: 723-737

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Tsuha CHC, Foray PY, Jardine RJ, Yang ZX, Silva M, Rimoy Set al., 2012, Behaviour of displacement piles in sand under cyclic axial loading, SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS, Vol: 52, Pages: 393-410, ISSN: 0038-0806

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Burland JB, Jardine RJ, 2012, Training of Ground Engineering professionals – how can the UK provide skills required to maintain infrastructure?, Journal of the Parliamentary Scientific Committee, Vol: 69, Pages: 41-42

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Puech A, Canou J, Bernardini C, Pecker A, Jardine R, Holeyman Aet al., 2012, Solcyp: A four-year joint industry project on the behaviour of piles under cyclic loading, Pages: 263-270

© Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 2012: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, OSIG 2012. SOLCYP is a research and development project conducted in France to: (i) understand the physical phenomena conditioning the response of piles to vertical and horizontal cyclic loads; (ii) develop advanced design methods; and (iii) initiate pre-normative development of methodologies that may later be included in national and international codes or professional standards. The potential applications include conventional structures, such as electricity pylons or chimneys, high rise towers and high speed train bridges. However, a central emphasis is also given to more novel foundations for offshore and onshore renewable energy engineering. The paper describes the objectives and overall technical content of the project. Several companion papers focus on more specific aspects and the results obtained so far.

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Jardine R, Puech A, Andersen KH, 2012, Cyclic loading of offshore piles: Potential effects and practical design, Pages: 59-97

© Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 2012: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, OSIG 2012. This paper reviews some key issues regarding the cyclic loading response of offshore piled foundations. Starting with axial loading it considers: The cyclic loading that can be expected; the fundamental responses of piles driven in clays and sands; frameworks for understanding axial cyclic response and specifying cyclic soil testing; and approaches for practical application in design. The review then moves to consider pile responses to moment and lateral loading, distinguishing between flexible and relatively rigid piles and anchors. A range of possible design approaches is considered and it is argued that current routine practice needs to be reconsidered. Practical methods now exist to address the potentially highly significant effects on axial capacity of piles that experience high ratios of cyclic to average loads. New research and calculation procedures are emerging that offer significant improvements in a broad spread of topics.

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