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ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,

5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

Organised by: Geotechnical Engineering Technical Division (GETD), IEM

PARTICIPANT’S INFORMATION
Dear Participants,

WELCOME
In order to facilitate the operation of this Seminar, the Organising Committee would like to seek
your co-operation in the following:

NAME BADGES

All participants are advised to wear their name badges at all times during the Seminar so that they can be easily
identified. Participants without name badges may be refused entry to all technical sessions and other official
functions organised for the Seminar.

REGISTRATIONS

The registration will be at located at foyer of the Grand Garden Pavilion (GGP), Pulse Grande Hotel.

SAFE KEEPING OF BELONGINGS

Participants are advised to take good care of their belongings.

The Organising Committee and Hotel do not provide security for the event and function space and all
personal property left in the event or function space is at the sole risk of the owner. All personal items
such as laptops, cameras, wallets, hand phones, and any valuable items should not be left unattended.

USAGE OF HANDPHONE

Handphones should be on silent mode during the Seminar sessions.

PARKING AT THE HOTEL PREMISES

An open parking space is available at the venue.

MUSLIM PRAYER ROOM

The Muslim prayer room is located at the 1st Floor.


ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018
WELCOMING DRINKS, MORNING AND AFTERNOON TEA BREAKS

The morning and afternoon tea break will be served at the foyer of the ballroom near the registration desk and at
the corridor leading to the hotel lobby. Only participants, sponsors and staff with name-badges will be
allowed to enjoy the Seminar lunch and refreshments.

LUNCH

Lunch would be provided for the Seminar at the first floor “Palm Hill Cafe”.

VEGETARIAN FOOD

If you require vegetarian food, please inform the Secretariat not later than 9.30 a.m. in the morning. During lunch,
please inform the waiter where you will be sitting so that the vegetarian food can be served to you.

SESSION PROCEDURES

It is hoped that all discussions can be conducted with the following objectives: -

 to adequately cover the topics in the session;


 to allow as many contributions from the floor as possible;
 to present as many points as possible without wasting time on unfounded and controversial issues.

QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION

Participants making contributions in each session are requested to give their names and the name of their
organization, and they are permitted to speak for a maximum of three (3) minutes.

PROGRAMME

The programme booklet, distributed to each participant, contain the programme of the Seminar. Participants are
advised to take note of the time of each Seminar Session, tea breaks and lunches.

FLIGHT, TAXI AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION INFORMATIONS

Please request the Hotel Concierge service counter at the Front Lobby to assist on your transportation details.

OTHER INFORMATION

Should you require any assistance from organisers, please do not hesitate to contact the IEM Secretariat or any
of the Organising Committee Members.

Thank you.

Ir. Lee Peir Tien


Chairman
ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

GETD CHAIRMAN’S
PREFACE

Piled foundations are commonly used as foundation to support heavily loaded


structures such as high-rise buildings. Although the construction of piles has
advanced greatly in the last few decades in view of advancement in technology, the
design of piled foundation in Malaysia is still mainly based on semi-empirical method,
which is based on SPT’N value (Standard Penetration Test), in which greatly simplify
the foundation design process. Although the semi-empirical design method still
appears to yield largely satisfactory constructions; nonetheless, understandings of the
fundamental of piled foundation design is essential to achieve safe and economical
foundations.

The Geotechnical Engineering Technical Division (GETD) of IEM is most grateful to


Professor Mark Randolph for kindly agreeing to conduct this short course on design
of piled foundations. It is hoped that following completion of this course, the
participants will have better understanding on design of piled foundation.

Last but not least, we would like to express our sincere thanks to the organising
committees and IEM Secretariat for making this short course to happen. Also, we
would like to express special thanks to our sponsors for their supports.

Ir. Lee Peir Tien


Chairman
Geotechnical Engineering Technical Division, IEM
Session 2018/2019
ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

ONE DAY SEMINAR PROGRAMME

8.30am - 8.50am Scan in Registration and Light Refreshment

8.50am - 9.00am Opening Address

9.00am - 9.30am Lecture 1 : Overview – design principles


including the role of pile testing in design
9.30am - 10.30am Lecture 2 : Axial capacity – derivation of design
parameters from site investigation data, effects
of pile construction techniques and time on pile
capacity
10.30am - 11.00am Coffee/Tea Break
11.00am - 11.40am Lecture 3 : Axial Load – settlement response
including effects of cyclic loading
11.40am - 12.30pm Lecture 4 : Laterally loaded piles
12.30pm - 1.45pm Lunch

1.45pm - 2.35pm Lecture 5 : Interaction effects and complete


system response in design of pile groups

2.40pm - 3.30pm Lecture 6 : Design of piled rafts and case


histories
3.30 pm - 4.00pm Coffee/Tea Break
4.00pm - 5.30pm Lecture 7 : Computer-based calculation methods
for in-service response of singe piles and pile
groups
5.30pm - 6.30pm Questions & Discussions
6.30pm Closure
ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

SYNOPSIS OF SEMINAR

The course will comprise lectures and software applications, focusing on


modern approaches to the design of single piles, pile groups and piled
rafts under the action of vertical and horizontal loading. The target
outcomes for participants include:

• Appreciation of influence of pile construction techniques on pile


performance

• Awareness of the role of pile testing in design

• Ability to derive design parameters for piles from intrinsic soil


properties and site investigation data

• Awareness of the effects of cyclic shearing, including that occurring


during installation, on the capacity of piles

• Awareness of time effects on pile capacity

• Familiarity with calculation approaches used to quantify the in-


service response of single piles and pile groups

• Appreciation of interaction effects and complete system response


in design of pile groups and piled rafts
ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

BIODATA OF SPEAKERS
Mark Randolph is Professor of Civil Engineering in the Centre
for Offshore Foundation Systems at the University of Western
Australia. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Engineering
Science from Oxford University in 1973, Master from the
same university in 1978 and his PhD from Cambridge
University also in 1978. His two main research interests are
piled foundations and offshore geotechnics, co-authoring books in each area:
Piling Engineering, now in its third edition, and Offshore Geotechnical
Engineering. He has published over 250 journal articles, providing novel
solutions to practical problems. He is also the author of various pieces of
software for analysis and design of piles and pile groups. Professor Randolph
interacts closely with industry, both in research and through his role as
Technical Advisor within Fugro AG. He is a Fellow of several learned academies,
including the Royal Society and the Australian Academy of Science, and in 2013
was elected Scientist of the Year in Western Australia. In 2015 he received an
honorary doctorate from ETH Zurich
ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL DIVISION (GETD)
SESSION 2018 / 2019

Chairman : Ir. Lee Peir Tien (M19880)

Deputy Chairman : Ir. Sin Peng Tean (M19285)

Secretary/Treasurer : Ir. Dr. Gue Chang Shin (M20876)

Advisor : Ir. Yee Thien Seng (M03177)

Committee Members : Ir. Dr Chan Swee Huat (M16205)

: Ir. Dr. Ooi Teik Aun (HF01249)

: Ir. Balakrishnan s/o Etty Gaunder (M08700)

: Ir. Mak Wai Kin (M24254)

: Dr. Boon Chia Weng, Grad. IEM (G70646)

: Mr. Loh Wooi Chuan, Grad. IEM (G19892)

Co-opted Members : Ir. Kenny Yee Kwong Sing (M09299)

: Ir. Dr. Mohd Farid bin Hj. Ahmad @ Majid (M15624)

: Ir. Cheah Siew Wai (M23209)

: Mr. Richard Ong Tiam Hwa, Grad. IEM (G18218)

: Dr. Ng Soon Min, Grad. IEM (G28244)

Secretariat : Cik Shahrul Bahariah Sulaiman

: Cik Siti Aisyah Saaey


ONE DAY SHORT COURSE ON DESIGN OF PILED FOUNDATIONS,
5TH SEPTEMBER 2018

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The Geotechnical Engineering Technical Division wishes to express its gratitude and
appreciation to:

Sponsors:
- Glostrext Technology Sdn Bhd
- API Precast Marketing Sdn Bhd
- Industrial Concrete Products Sdn Bhd
- BSG Construction (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
- Pek Chew Piling (M) Sdn Bhd

Invited Speaker:
- Professor Mark Randolph

All participants

GETD Secretariats

And all others who have in one way or another contributed towards the success of
this One Day Seminar.