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BibTex format

author = {Burd, HJ and Beuckelaers, WJAP and Byrne, BW and Gavin, K and Houlsby, GT and Igoe, D and Jardine, RJ and Martin, CM and McAdam, RA and Muir, Wood A and Potts, DM and Skov, Gretlund J and Taborda, DMG and Zdravkovic, L},
journal = {Géotechnique},
title = {New data analysis methods for instrumented medium scale monopile field tests},
url = {},

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AB - The PISA Joint Industry Research Project was concerned with the development of improved design methods for monopile foundations in offshore wind applications. PISA involved large-scale pile tests in overconsolidated glacial till at Cowden, north-east England, andin dense normally consolidated marine sand at Dunkirk, northern France. This paper describes the experimental set up for pile testing, with unique features of load-application mechanisms and built-in fibre optic strain gauges.New procedures are describedfor the interpretation of pile loading data, and specifically for providing precise interpretation of pile displacements.
AU - Burd,HJ
AU - Beuckelaers,WJAP
AU - Byrne,BW
AU - Gavin,K
AU - Houlsby,GT
AU - Igoe,D
AU - Jardine,RJ
AU - Martin,CM
AU - McAdam,RA
AU - Muir,Wood A
AU - Potts,DM
AU - Skov,Gretlund J
AU - Taborda,DMG
AU - Zdravkovic,L
SN - 0016-8505
TI - New data analysis methods for instrumented medium scale monopile field tests
T2 - Géotechnique
UR -
ER -