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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Contact

 

+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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Saldivar EE, Jardine RJ, 2005, Application of an effective stress design method to concrete piles driven in Mexico City clay, CANADIAN GEOTECHNICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 42, Pages: 1495-1508, ISSN: 0008-3674

Journal article

Takahashi A, Fung DWH, Jardine RJ, 2005, Swelling effects on mechanical behaviour of natural London Clay, Pages: 443-446

This paper reports a study into the potential effects of swelling on destructuration of a natural London Clay. Preliminary results are presented from a conventional direct shear tests conducted under a constant height condition. These suggest that the changes in soil structure induced by one-dimensional swelling affect global stiffness behaviour more than the peak shear strengths.

Conference paper

Jardine RJ, Standing JR, Kovacevic N, 2005, Lessons learned from full scale observations and the practical application of advanced testing and modelling, Pages: 201-245

Field observations from thirteen recent case histories from the UK and France are described which are used to assess an approach for predicting ground movements and soil-structure interaction. High quality site investigations, including very careful sampling and advanced testing are seen to be crucial to success. Providing there are adequate geotechnical data, the non-linear FE predictive approach advocated by the Authors is shown to be sufficient for most engineering purposes, considering typical project time scales. Factors that merit particular attention include: the geological model; sampling and testing quality; anisotropy and pressure dependency; a fully non-linear modelling approach; addressing behaviour from very small to large strains; the 'structure' of natural and artificial geomaterials; the possibility of brittle failure; three dimensional geometry and construction details; permeability and groundwater variations. It is shown, however, that the present approach does not capture some important long term effects of time, creep and ageing. Comments are also made on the use of such advanced techniques in combination with an 'observational approach', and on pos-sible avenues for further research and development. © 2005 Taylor & Francis Group.

Conference paper

Jardine RJ, Standing JR, Chow FC, 2005, Field research into the effects of time on the shaft capacity of piles driven in sand, International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics, Publisher: Taylor and Francis, Pages: 705-710

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Jardine RJ, Chow FC, Standing JR, Overy RF, Saldivar-Moguel E, Strick van Linschoten C, Ridgway Aet al., 2005, An updated assessment of the ICP pile capacity procedures, International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics, Publisher: Taylor and Francis, Pages: 691-704

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Jardine RJ, Nishimura S, 2005, Practical experience with an experimentally based approach to non-linear modelling of the ground’s response to loading and soil-structure interaction., Kiso-ko (Foundation Engineering), Vol: 33, Pages: 17-21, ISSN: 0285-5356

Journal article

Jardine R, Chow F, Standing J, Overy Ret al., 2005, Imperial measures, Ground Engineering, Vol: 38, ISSN: 0017-4653

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Jardine RJ, 2005, Technical session 1a: Laboratory testing (I): Fundamental properties, 16th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: MILLPRESS SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, Pages: 2939-2949

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Jardine RJ, 2005, Administrative report: TC29 - Laboratory stress-strain and strength testing of geomaterials, 16th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: MILLPRESS SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, Pages: 3511-3512

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Jardine RJ, Shibuya S, 2005, TC29 workshop: Laboratory tests, 16th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Publisher: MILLPRESS SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, Pages: 3275-3276

Conference paper

Jardine RJ, Standing JR, Kovacevic N, 2005, Lessons learned from full scale observations and the practical application of advanced testing and modeling, Pages: 201-245

© 2005 Taylor & Francis Group plc, London, UK. Field observations from thirteen recent case histories from the UK and France are described which are used to assess an approach for predicting ground movements and soil-structure interaction. High quality site investigations, including very careful sampling and advanced testing are seen to be crucial to success. Providing there are adequate geotechnical data, the non-linear FE predictive approach advocated by the Authors is shown to be sufficient for most engineering purposes, considering typical project time scales. Factors that merit particular attention include: the geological model; sampling and testing quality; anisotropy and pressure dependency; a fully non-linear modelling approach; addressing behaviour from very small to large strains; the ‘structure’ of natural and artificial geomaterials; the possibility of brittle failure; three dimensional geometry and construction details; permeability and groundwater variations. It is shown, however, that the present approach does not capture some important long term effects of time, creep and ageing. Comments are also made on the use of such advanced techniques in combination with an ‘observational approach’, and on pos-sible avenues for further research and development.

Conference paper

Jardine R, Chow FC, Overy RF, Standing JRet al., 2005, ICP design methods for driven piles in sands and clays, Publisher: Thomas Telford Services Ltd, ISBN: 9780727732729

- Introduction - Background - Design methods for piles in silica sand - Design methods for piles in clay - Reliability of the design methods - Time effects in sand and clay - Group effects in sand and clay - Experience with other soil ...

Book

Jardine R, 2004, Advances in Geotechnical Engineering: The Skempton Conference - Proceedings of a Three Day Conference on Advances in Geotechnical Engineering, organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers: Foreword

Conference paper

Lehane BM, Jardine RJ, McCabe BA, 2004, Response of a pile group in clay to first-time one-way cyclic tension loading, London, Conference on advances in geotechnical engineering, Publisher: Thomas Telford, Pages: 700-709

Conference paper

Jardine RJ, Potts DM, 2004, Advances in geotechnical engineering: the Skempton conference, London, Publisher: Thomas Telford, ISBN: 9780727732644

Book

Lehane BM, Jardine RJ, 2003, Effects of long-term pre-loading on the performance of a footing on clay, GEOTECHNIQUE, Vol: 53, Pages: 689-695, ISSN: 0016-8505

Journal article

Shibuya S, Hight DW, Jardine RJ, 2003, Local boundary surfaces of a loose sand dependent on consolidation path, SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS, Vol: 43, Pages: 85-93, ISSN: 0038-0806

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Foundoukos M, Jardine RJ, 2003, The effect of eccentric loading on the bearing capacity of shallow foundations, BGA International Conference on Foundations, Publisher: THOMAS TELFORD SERVICES LTD, Pages: 297-305

Conference paper

Jardine RJ, 2003, Recent research into the fundamental behaviour of piles in clay, Nakase Memorial Symposium, Publisher: A A BALKEMA PUBLISHERS, Pages: 377-377

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Albert C, Zdravkovic L, Jardine RJ, 2003, Behaviour of Bothkennar clay under rotation of principal stresses, Essen, International workshop on geotechnics of soft soils - theory and practice, Noordwijerhout, NL, 2003, Publisher: Verlag Gluckauf, Pages: 441-447

Conference paper

Lehane BM, Jardine RJ, McCabe BA, 2003, Pile group tension cyclic loading: field test programme at Kinnegar, N.Ireland, HSE Research Report, Publisher: HSE Books, 101

Report

Lehane BM, Jardine RJ, McCabe BA, 2003, One-way axial cyclic tension loading of driven piles in clay, London, BGA international conference on foundations: innovations, observations, design and practice, Dundee, Scotland, 2 - 5 September 2003, Publisher: Thomas Telford, Pages: 493-506

Conference paper

Foundoukos M, Jardine RJ, 2003, The effect of eccentric loading on the bearing capacity of shallow foundations, London, BGA international conference on foundations: innovations, observations, design and practice, Dundee, Scotland, 2 - 5 September 2003, Publisher: Thomas Telford, Pages: 297-306

Conference paper

Shibuya S, Hight DW, Jardine RJ, 2003, Four dimensional local bounding surfaces of an isotropically consolidated loose sand., Soils and Foundations, Vol: 43, Pages: 89-103

Journal article

Kuwano R, Jardine RJ, 2002, On the applicability of cross-anisotropic elasticity to granular materials at very small strains, GEOTECHNIQUE, Vol: 52, Pages: 727-749, ISSN: 0016-8505

Journal article

Kuwano R, Jardine RJ, 2002, On the applicability of cross-anisotropic elasticity to granular materials at very small strains, Géotechnique, Vol: 52, Pages: 727-749, ISSN: 0016-8505

Journal article

Kuwano R, Jardine RJ, 2002, On measuring creep behaviour in granular materials through triaxial testing, CANADIAN GEOTECHNICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 39, Pages: 1061-1074, ISSN: 0008-3674

Journal article

Jardine RJ, Kovacevic N, Hoyle MJR, Sidhu HK, Letty Aet al., 2002, Assessing the effects on jack up structures of eccentric installation over infilled craters, Pages: 307-324

© Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics "Diversity and Sustainability" - Proceedings of an International Conference, OSIG 2002. All rights reserved. The installation of jack-up platforms on sites containing old footprints is known to be problematic. One approach is to place granular infill in the old footprints to produce an approximately level seabed. Jardine et al (2001) recognised that this procedure could lead to uncertain results when the new locations are offset from the crater centre, and when the infill and original seabed soils had different properties. They performed numerical analyses to explore the forces and moments developed by a typical structure installed over infilled craters formed at a North Sea location where clay soils dominated the soil profile, considering an offset between the old and new foundation positions of approximately one-quarter of a footing diameter. Jardine et al (2001) showed that the problem could be treated analytically. This paper presents an updated version of the analysis in which the finite element mesh employed was further refined. It is shown that the composite foundation capacity is reduced by prior cratering and infilling. The reduced capacity is associated with significant lateral and rotational footing displacements, with large lateral forces and bending moments developing in the jack-up's leg.

Conference paper

Hight DW, Paul MA, Barras BF, Powell JJM, Nash DFT, Smith PR, Jardine RJ, Edwards DHet al., 2002, The characterisation of the Bothkennar clay, Characterisation and engineering properies of natural soils workshop, Publisher: A A Balkema, Pages: 543-598

Conference paper

Hight DW, McMillan F, Powell JJM, Jardine RJ, Allenou CPet al., 2002, Some characteristics of London Clay, Characterisation and engineering properies of natural soils workshop, Publisher: A A Balkema, Pages: 851-908

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