Isam Ghaleb Jardaneh

Isam Ghaleb Jardaneh
An-Najah National University · Department of Civil Engineering

Ph.D in Geotechnical Engineering

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The Nablus – Al-Bathan Road was widened, reconstructed and rehabilitated in 2009 by Nablus Public Works and Housing Directorate (PWHD-Nablus). Between 2010 and 2012 and based on observations by PWHD-Nablus, there were some road defects in several places and especially at Station 2+100. Some minor remediations were carried out to fix these defects....
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Excavations of soil and rock are one of the most important elements in laying the subsurface structures. These excavations usually require excavation support systems that have fundamental influence on the safety, profitability, speed and quality of construction projects. Despite the great importance of the support systems, most designers and contra...
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Two methods are usually available for designing structures subjected to seismic loads. They are equivalent static load method and dynamic analysis method. The dynamic method of analysis is not widely used, but it may be necessary for important structures. Dynamic analysis usually has three phases, defining the expected source of earthquake, evaluat...
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A cap model is considered as a complicated material model due to the fact that it consists of three surfaces (the yield surface, the hardening cap, and the tension cutoff), which are intersecting in an nonsmooth fashion. In this paper, a modified cap model based on Hofstetter et al. 1993 implemented in DYNA-3D is presented. The modified cap model i...
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The city of Nablus is located in one of the highest seismic hazard areas in Palestine, and many buildings were completely destroyed in the city during the historical earthquakes. The population of Nablus city is rapidly increasing and new urbanizing areas are growing to the eastern and western parts where they are located at soft sediments. Consequ...