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Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
David Alder
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Electrokinetic geosynthetics: From research to hype to practice2017
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
David Alder
Electrokinetic strengthening of slopes - Case history2016
David Alder
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Chris White
Design principles and construction insights regarding the use of electrokinetic techniques for slope stabilisation2015
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Chris White
Electrokinetic geosynthetic dewatering of nuclear contaminated waste2015
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
The Use of Electrokinetic Geosynthetics to Improve Soft Soils2015
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Chris White
David Alder
et al.
The environmental sustainability of electrokinetic geosynthetic strengthened slopes2014
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Jan Dolfing
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Stephen Edwards
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
et al.
Production of hydrogen from domestic wastewater in a pilot-scale microbial electrolysis cell2013
Dr John Lamont-Black
Dr Jean Hall
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Chris White
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
et al.
Stabilisation of a railway embankment using electrokinetic geosynthetics2012
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Electrokinetic Geosynthetics in Hydraulic applications2011
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Improved estimates of power consumption during dewatering of mine tailings using electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKGs)2010
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
A correlation between friction angle and particle shape metrics in Quaternary coarse alluvia2009
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Evaluating the effects of the magnitude and amplification of pseudo-static acceleration on reinforced soil slopes and walls using the limit equilibrium Horizontal Slices Method2008
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr Jean Hall
Treatment of lagooned sewage sludge in situ using electrokinetic geosynthetics2008
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dewatering of mine tailings using eletrokinetic geosynthetics2007
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The residual strength of geosynthetic reinforcement subjected to accelerated creep testing and simulated seismic events2007
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Case history: In-situ dewatering of lagooned sewage sludge using Electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKG)2006
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Case history: The use of Electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKG) in belt press dewatering2006
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Conditioning Particulate Substrate structure and Method for Particulate Substructure Conditioning (EKG Conditioning of Turf)2006
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Development of Horizontal Slice Method for seismic stability analysis of reinforced slopes and walls2006
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Dewatering of sewage sludge using Electrokinetic geosynthetics2006
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Economic models for the use of electrokinetic geosynthetics2006
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Geosynthetics: Electric avenue2006
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Soil consolidation and strengthening using electrokinetic geosynthetics – concepts and analysis2006
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The use of Electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKG) in enhanced performance of sports turf2006
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The use of the Mackintosh Probe for site investigation in soft soils2006
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Treatment of sewage sludge using electrokinetic geosynthetics2006
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Chapter 35 The use of electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKG) to improve soft soils2005
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Conductive Material (MMO application)2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Geosynthetic-reinforced soil walls and slopes: European perspectives2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Improvements Relating to Geosynthetics2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Innovative Geosynthetics2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Robert Pugh
New Applications for Smart Geosynthetics2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Robert Pugh
New applications for smart geosynthetics2005
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Robert Pugh
Reinforced Soil Using Cohesive Fill and Electrokinetic Geosynthetics2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Road construction over voids caused by active gypsum dissolution, with an example from Ripon, North Yorkshire, England2005
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The development of in-situ dewatering of lagooned sewage sludge using Electrokinetic geosynthetics (EKG)2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr Sean Wilkinson
The Potential Application Of Geosynthetics To Reduce Structural Damage Caused By Tsunamis2005
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr Sean Wilkinson
The Potential Application of Geosynthetics to Reduce Structural Damage Caused by Tsunamis2005
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The use of Electrokinetic Geosynthetics (EKG) to Improve Soft Soils2005
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
The use of Electrokinetic Geosynthetics (EKG) to Improve Soft Soils2005
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Treatment of Sewage Sludge Using Electrokinetic Geosynthetics2005
Dr John Lamont-Black
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dewatering Treatment System and Method (Sludge treatment eg. Compost and belt press)2004
Robert Pugh
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Electro Kinetic Structure2004
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Guide to reinforced fill and slope design, Geoguide 62004
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
In-situ dewatering of mine tailings using electrokinetic geosynthetics2004
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Major Collapses in Tennessee, USA and More2004
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr John Lamont-Black
Use of EKG Materials to Improve Industrial Wastes (Treatment of mine tailings and the like)2004
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Dr John Lamont-Black
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Applications of Electrokinetic Geosynthetics2003
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Assessment of the design life of polyester based geosynthetics2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Developments and innovations in Geosynthetic Material Technology2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Electrophoretic dewatering of mine tailings using geosynthetics2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Individual penetration of aggregates into soft seabed and the effects of geosynthetics2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Seismic design and the strength of eosynthetic reinforcements2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Geoffrey Shim
Soil consolidation using electrically conductive geosynthetics2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Stabilisation of mine tailings deposits using electro-kinetic geotextiles2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
The Mechanics and Biomechanics of Rowing2002
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Robert Pugh
A Full-Scale field trial of electrically enhanced cohesive reinforced soil using electrically conductive geosynthetics2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Analysis of reinforced slopes and walls ising horizontal slice method2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Chapter 17, Earth Retaining Structures and Reinforced Slopes2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Developments and innovations in reinforced soil technology2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Barry Clarke
Electrically conductive geosynthetics for consolidation and reinforced soil2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Horizontal slice method of analysis2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Residual strength and its implication to design of reinforced structures in seismic areas2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
When the bending stiffness of geosynthetic reinforcement is important2001
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Barry Clarke
Closure to "Yield stress of super soft clays"2000
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Disruption of Transportationn Systems caused by Abandoned Mine Workings2000
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Geosynthetics: Innovative Materials and Rational Design2000
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Composite geosynthetics and methods of their use1999
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Professor Barry Clarke
Yield stress of super soft clays1999
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Improvements Relating to Geosynthetics1998
Emeritus Professor Colin Jones
Design of reinforced fill systems to support footings overlying cavities1996