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Articles in this issue
This IADC Award-winning paper tackles the problem that knowledge of soil properties is essential for an efficient excavation process, but measurement equipment is complex and expensive. Estimation methods using simulators may be the solution.
Finally, after 200 years, the breakwater at Poti on the Black Sea has been repaired in a way that will reduce the need for maintenance and limit the port’s down-time.
Losing a co-worker was a hard way to learn that safety goes beyond wearing PPE. It demands constant vigilance by every worker, from management to crew, in order to avoid potentially dangerous situations.
Dredging and Valorisation: Treatment of Contaminated Dredged Material in the Port of Dunkirk, France
To meet recent legislative requirements in France, the Port Authority of Dunkirk has pioneered a new method for dewatering contaminated dredged material and readying it for further use.