Sainulabdeen Mohamed Junaideen

Sainulabdeen Mohamed Junaideen
South Eastern University of Sri Lanka | SEUSL · Civil Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (15)
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The significance of studying soil behaviour in a constant shear stress path to understand rain-induced slope failures and debris flows has long been recognized. Studies with constant shear tests have, however, been limited, and some past results from undisturbed soils appear to show stress path-dependent volume change behaviour. The present study s...
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Soil nailing is commonly used for stabilizing cut slopes and retaining structures. The technique is, however, seldom used in stabilizing old loose fill slopes that were not constructed to the current standards. There is a concern that soil-nailed loose fill slopes may not render safety during heavy rainstorms. Little work has been carried out to in...
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A laboratory study was conducted to investigate the behavior of soil nails embedded in loosely compacted sandy fills. By varying the overburden pressure, the peak pullout force and the load-displacement behavior were determined by carrying out pullout tests in a displacement-rate controlled manner. The test results were compared to other published...
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Catastrophic landslides are not uncommon in the Three Gorges area in China during rainy seasons. It is anticipated that the frequency of landslides will increase as a result of the impoundment of the reservoir of the Three Gorges Hydropower Station, and this has prompted geotechnical researchers to pay special attention to the problem. This paper i...
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Static liquefaction of loose sands has been observed to initiate at stress ratios far less than the steady-state stress ratio. Different collapse surface concepts largely based on undrained triaxial test results have been proposed in the literature to explain the above instability phenomenon of loose sands. Studies of the instability behavior of fi...
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Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) has become a major challenge in Sri Lanka for post-conflict development activities. Many urban areas are facing severe problems in managing 10 to 50 metric tons of waste per day. However, limited research has been carried out to identify the key issues and policy gaps in MSWM. This research studies the existi...
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Random sampling from the community and performing the rapid antigen test has become a debatable issue during this COVID-19 pandemic. This writing analyzes the concerns using the data from Kalmunai RDHS Division, Sri Lanka, related to COVID-19 and shows the issues of random sampling in a community wherein the incident rate is small. Therefore, suita...
Conference Paper
A major commercial development in the heart of Seoul required the excavation of a basement over 38 metres deep. The geology consisted of over 20 metres of alluvial deposits overlying variably weathered bedrock. The perimeter wall was constructed adopting diaphragm walls and the temporary lateral support provided by over 3000 temporary ground anchor...
Thesis
(Uncorrected OCR) Abstract of thesis entitled FAILURE OF SATURATED SANDY SOILS DUE TO INCREASE IN PORE WATER PRESSURE Submitted by Sainulabdeen Mohamed Junaideen for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at The University of Hong Kong in January 2005 Most slope failures are attributable to an increase in pore water pressure during or following periods...
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The technique of soil nailing is seldom used in stabilizing loose fill slopes because there is a lack of understanding of the interaction behaviour of nails in loose fills. A large-scale laboratory apparatus has been built to study the soil-nail interaction in loose fill materials. Pullout tests were performed in a displacement-rate-controlled mann...
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Soil nailing has become a common technology for stabilization of slopes and retaining walls. However, its application to stabilize loose fill slopes is seldom as there is a lack of quantitative understanding of the soil-nail interaction in the loose fill. This paper presents a test apparatus for investigating the pullout resistance of nails as a fu...

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We take great pleasure in announcing the call for research papers to our 7th International Symposium 2017 (IntSym-2017) organized by South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. The objective of the IntSym-2017 is to provide a common platform to the researchers and practitioners from both academia as well as industry to share their research findings and the latest development in their field of study. For more details please spare your time to access our website: http://www.seu.ac.lk/intsym2017/ For online submission visit : http://www.seu.ac.lk/intsym2017/submission.php Enquiries : intsym2017@seu.ac.lk We would be delighted to have you presenting your research papers at this symposium scheduled on that date at South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. Submission on or before 11th September 2017 We would be much obliged to you, if you would circulate this message to your research network, colleagues and encourage them to submit their full papers to this symposium.