Jack Templeman

Jack Templeman
University of Oxford | OX · Department of Engineering Science

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Deep large-diameter caisson shafts are a popular means of constructing underground storage and attenuation tanks and pumping stations for the water and wastewater industry. One of the key design concerns for these structures is resistance to flotation during periods where the tanks are only partially filled or empty. This paper uses two-dimensional...
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In this paper, the lateral limiting pressure offered by the deep ‘flow-around’ soil failure mechanism for perimeter (ring) pile groups in undrained soil is explored using two−dimensional finite element modelling. A parametric study investigates the role of group configuration, pile−soil adhesion, group size, pile spacing and load direction on group...
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Large-diameter open caissons are an increasingly common means of constructing underground storage and attenuation tanks as well as launch and reception shafts for tunnel boring machines. The caisson walls typically feature a tapered base, referred to as the ‘cutting face’, to aid the sinking process by reducing the vertical soil reaction. The prima...
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An accurate estimation of the jacking forces likely to be experienced during microtunnelling is a key design concern for the design of pipe segments, the location of intermediate jacking stations and the efficacy of the pipe jacking project itself. This paper presents a Bayesian updating approach for the prediction of jacking forces during microtun...
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Open caisson shafts are a widely adopted solution for a range of geotechnical applications. An external ‘cutting shoe’ is a common construction feature used to reduce the soil frictional resistance acting on the caisson during sinking. This forms an annular void encircling the caisson which is filled with a support fluid to maintain excavation stab...
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A multi-axis force sensor measures forces and moments occurring in more than one spatial direction. In this way, a single multi-axis sensor can perform what is essentially a three-dimensional measurement of physical quantities. This feature makes multi-axis sensors popular in a wide range of engineering research including automation, machining proc...

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The primary objective of this research is to develop intelligent, automated methods for instrumenting, measuring and monitoring SSI, to provide real-time feedback to site engineers and to develop current design methods. New contact stress transducers will be developed using optical sensing technology, alleviating the limitations of current transducers. The monitoring systems will be deployed on upcoming candidate construction projects with our industry partners.