Home シンポジウム・国際会議 INTERNATIONAL MINI SYMPOSIUM CHUBU (IMS-CHUBU) 【May 26-28, 2016】
INTERNATIONAL MINI SYMPOSIUM CHUBU (IMS-CHUBU) 【May 26-28, 2016】

DATE: MAY 26-28, 2016 HOST: The  Japanese Geotechnical Society Headquarters Office International Affairs Department / The Japanese Geotechnical Society Chubu Branch,

INTERNATIONAL MINI SYMPOSIUM CHUBU (IMS-CHUBU), MAY 26-28, 2016, NAGOYA, AICHI, JAPAN

 

New concepts and new developments in soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering

 

The Japanese Geotechnical Society


Mini-Symposium_Chubu Bulletin-No.3 (PDF:745KB)


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 No. 6-8 (PDF:990KB) NEW!

 No. 9-11 (PDF:713KB) NEW!

 No. 12-13 (PDF:784KB) NEW!

 No. 14-15 (PDF:635KB) NEW!

 No. 16-17 (PDF:1,005KB) NEW!

 No. 18-21  (PDF:794KB) NEW!

 No. 22-26  (PDF:464KB) NEW! ※No.24 is an unused number. 

 No. 27-28  (PDF:596KB) NEW! 

 No. 29-34  (PDF:695KB) NEW!

 No. 35-37  (PDF:821KB) NEW!

 No. 38-40 (PDF:786KB) NEW!

 No. 41-43 (PDF:956KB) NEW!

 No. 44-51  (PDF:952KB) NEW!

 No. 52-54 (PDF:915KB) NEW!


[INTRODUCTION]

This time, Chubu Branch of Japanese Geotechnical Society (JGS) takes the responsibility for organizing the International Mini Symposium CHUBU (IMS-CHUBU) in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. As it is known that Chubu Branch is regarded as one of the most active groups in all-Japan in the research activities of geotechnical engineering, we are very proud to be able to organize this mini symposium. Size of the symposium is not a main concern, because the most important thing is that all the high-level research achievements can be presented in a compact conference and all the participants can listen to other’s presentation. By attending this mini symposium, the participants can not only share their knowledge but also can enhance the communication and friendship, which is a very important way to make contribution to the next generation of soil mechanics.
The topics of the symposium cover a wide range of new concepts and new developments in soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering in recent years. We cordially invite those researchers, especially the young who devote ceaselessly to the relevant researches, to attend the symposium and share the view with other researchers.
The symposium is organized by Chubu Branch of JGS under the auspices of international affair of JGS as an all-Japan international event. We sincerely thank the assistance, the encouragement and the enthusiasm from both the domestic and international colleagues who support the symposium. We hope that through this symposium, we can not only share the knowledge, but also can enhance the friendship and add wonderful memory.
We are looking forward to seeing all the friends from all over the world in the coming days.

 

Chairman of IMS-CHUBU
Masaki Nakano
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Nagoya University


[ORGANIZATION]
CHAIRMAN
Dr. Masaki Nakano, Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Nagoya University, Japan

 

SECRETARY GENERAL
Dr. Feng Zhang, Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

 

[INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE]
M. M. Farias, Brazil
R. G. Wan, Canada
K. Horikoshi, Japan
Y. Huang, China
M. Kimura, Japan
T. Kyoya, Japan
L. Laloui, Switzerland
M. Mimura, Japan
Y. Miyata, Japan
D. Pedroso, Australia
T. Rabczuk, German
K. Soga, UK
I. Towhata, Japan
R. Uzuoka, Japan
Y. Watabe, Japan
A. Yashima, Japan
Z. Y. Yin, France
C. Yoo, Korea
A. N. Zhou, Australia
H. H. Zhu, China

 
[ORGANIZING COMMITTEE]
T. Katsumi, Kyoto University
Y. Cui, Meijo University
T. Kodaka, Meijo University
K. Maeda, Nagoya Institute Technology
Y. Morikawa, Nagoya Institute Technology
K. Nakai, Nagoya University
M. Nakano, Nagoya University
T. Noda, Nagoya University
K. Sawada, Gifu University
T. Sugii, Chubu University
M. Tashiro, Nagoya University
S. Yamada, Nagoya University
H.Yokawa, Chubu University
F. Zhang, Nagoya Institute Technology
T. Matsuda, Toyohashi University of Technology
T. Saka, Mie University
H. Iwai, Nagoya Institute of Technology
 

[CONFERENCE TOPICS]

(1) Constitutive modeling and numerical analysis
(2) Geomaterials
(3) Geo-disaster
(4) Geo-environment
(5) Soil-structure interaction
(6) Ground improvement
(7) Build back better
(8) Any new topics in geotechnical engineering

 


[CONFERENCE VENUE]

Disaster Mitigation Research Building, Higashiyama Campus,Nagoya University, Nagoya, JAPAN
(URL:http://www.gensai.nagoya-u.ac.jp/)

 

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[IMPORTANT DATES]

Full paper submission:  July 31, 2016

Paper review and acceptance:  August 31, 2016
Final paper due:   September 30, 2016


All papers will be reviewed and published on J-Stage with DOI

 

[REGISTRATION FEE]
30,000 Yen (Including USB Proc., Reception, Banquet and Technical tour), basically paid on site.
Reception fee (For accompany person): 1,000 Yen
Banquet fee (For accompany person): 3,000 Yen

 

[LUNCH & BANQUET VENUE]
Lunch will be at Restaurant Hanaki in Higashiyama Campus, five-minute walk from Conference Venue (Disaster Mitigation Building).
Reception and Banquet will be at Restaurant chez Jiroud (http://chezjiroud.jp/index.html) in Nagoya University ES Building, one-minute walk from Conference Venue!

 

[PROGRAM FOR ORAL PRESENTATION (draft)]
(Each session has 90 minutes, including one keynote (25min), four oral presentations (15min) and discussion (5 min))

 

【Symposium Eve, May 25】
17:00~19:00  Welcome reception
(Restaurant chez Jiroud (http://chezjiroud.jp/index.html) in Nagoya University ES Building)

 

【1st day, May 26】

9:00~9:30 Opening ceremony: JGS Chairman Speech, Photo and Announcement

 

Session 1  9:30~11:00 Chairperson: M. Nakano
ROBUST CHARACTERIZATION OF MODEL UNCERTAINTY → KEYNOTE 1 (No.49)
K. K. Phoon, National University of Singapore, Singapore

 

STUDY ON THE AE SOIL PARTICLE CRUSHING SIGNATURE (No.47)
E. Ibraim, S. Luo and A. Diambra, University of Bristol, UK

 

A DESIGN CRITERION OF EMBANKMENT ON THICK SOFT GROUND USING TRADITIONAL REINFORCEMENT METHOD IN INDONESIA (No.12)
N. Suyuti, K. Sawada and A. Yashima, Gifu University, Japan

 

PARTICIPATORY PROJECT TO IMPROVE TRAFFICABILITY OF UNPAVED ROAD AT DELTA IN RURAL AREA OF BANGLADESH (NO.16)
Y. Daito and M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan      

 

DEVELOPMENT OF UNMANNED CAISSON TYPE PILE INSTALLING SYSTEM (NO.1)
T. Hara, K. Sawada and A. Yashima, Gifu University, Japan
T. Miyazawa and Y. Sugiyama, Central Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd., Japan
H. Tsuji, Eight Kogyo Co., Ltd., Japan

 

11:00~11:15 Coffer break

 

Session 2  11:15~12:45 Chairperson: T. Matsushima
ANALYSIS OF CANISTER MOVEMENTS IN AN ENGINEERED BARRIER SYSTEM → KEYNOTE 2 (No.38)
L. Laloui, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, EPFL, Switzerland

 

DEVELOPMENT OF RAPID EVALUATION FOR LONG-TERM GEOMECHANICAL BEHAVIOR IN HLW NEAR-FIELD BY CENTRIFUGAL SIMULATION (No.27)
S. Nishimoto, T. Okada and M. Sawada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan

 

DISSOCIATION-DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF CARBON DIOXIDE HYDRATE-CONTAINING SOILS INDUCED BY THERMAL RECOVERY METHOD (No.18)
H. Iwai, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Y. Konishi, Kyoto University, Japan

 

IMPULSE WAVES GENERATED BY GRAVITATIONALLY-ACCELERATED LANDSLIDES (No.54)
W. A. Take and R. Mulligan, Queen's University, Kingston, Camnada

 

RATIONAL EXPLANATION OF THERMO-HYDRAULIC-MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF SOFT CLAY IN HEATING TEST  (No.9)
Y. Kurimoto and F. Zhang, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

 

12:45~13:45 Lunch

 

Session 3  13:45~15:15 Chairperson: S. Moriguchi
DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOMATION TECHNIQUE FOR CHECK AND DIAGNOSIS OF PAVEMENT AND EARTHFILL STRUCTURE → KEYNOTE 3 (NO.14)
A. Yashima and K. Sawada, Gifu University, Japan

 

GROUP EFFECT ON SOIL ARCHING IN GEOGRID-REINFORCED PILE-SUPPORTED EMBANKMENTS (No.35)
W. H. Zhou, J. Y. Lao, University of Macau, Macau, China
Y. S. Huang, Three Gorges University, Hubei, China
R. P. Chen, Hunan University, Hunan, China

 

SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF A BRIDGE COLUMN INTEGRATED BY MULTIPLE STEEL PIPES WITH DIRECTLY-CONNECTED PILES (No.23)
K. Isobe, Hokkaido University, Japan
H. Sugiyama, M. Shinohara and Y. Soga, Hanshin Expressway Co., Japan
Y. Sawamura, Y. Mitsuyoshi, and M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan

 

INFLUENCE OF RELATIVE DENSITY ON THE DEGREE OF SOIL PLUGGING OF PIPE PILES DRIVEN IN SANDY SOILS (No.7)
J. J. Kumara, Y. Kikuchi, T. Kurashina and T. Hyodo, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

 

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS ON LOAD SHARE MECHANISM OF ADDITIONAL PILES SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC LOAD  (No.13)
S. Teramoto, Setsunan University, Japan      

M. Shiraishi, Mitani Sekisan Co., Japan
M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan

 

15:15~15:30 Coffer break

 

Session 4  15:30~17:00 Chairperson: E. Ibraim
MICRO GEOMECHANICS OF LUNAR SOIL → KEYNOTE 4 (No.50)
T. Matsushima, University of Tsukuba, Japan

 

NUMERICAL STUDY ON EFFECTS OF GRAIN CHARACTERISTICS IN GRANULAR FLOW SIMULATIONS (No.30)
S. Moriguchi, S. Takase, K. Terada, Y. Ohta and Y. Hiruma, Tohoku University, Japan

 

THREE-DIMENSIONAL SMOOTHED PARTICLE HYDRODYNAMICS SIMULATION FOR EXCAVATED SLOPE STABILITY  (No.33)
H. Nonoyama and Y. Miyata, National Defense Academy, Japan   

 

PROPOSAL OF COMBINED LOADING ELASTO-PLASTIC CONSTITUTIVE MODEL (No.51)
S. Yamada and T. Noda, Nagoya University, Japan

 

NUMERICAL ANALYSES OF DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF SEABED GROUND DURING METHANE HYDRATE PRODUCTION  (No.4)
T. Akaki and S. Kimoto, Kyoto University, Japan     

 

17:00~17:15 Coffer break

 

Session 5  17:15~18:45 Chairperson: W. A. Take
NUMERICAL STUDY OF LIQUEFACTION DAMAGE CONSIDERING THE INFLUENCE OF RAYLEIGH WAVES (No.52)
K. Nakai and T. Noda, Nagoya University, Japan
A. Asaoka, Association for the Development of Earthquake Prediction, Japan

 

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF SOIL UNDER FREEZING AND THAWING CONDITIONS (No.36)
S. S. Subramanian and T. Ishikawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
T. Tokoro and A. Kasunoki, Tomakomai National College of Technology, Japan

 

STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESIDUAL-STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF BEDDING PLANE USING THE RING SHEAR TEST IN EARTHQUAKE-INDUCED LANDSLIDE (No.5)
M. Suzuki and N. V. Hai, Yamaguchi University, Japan

 

INVESTIGATION OF LIQUEFIABLE PROPERTY AND S-WAVE VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION FOCUSED ON COAL ASH USED FOR RAIL YARD EMBANKMENTS (No.25)
T. Sato, Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan

 

SIMPLE DESIGN METHOD FOR DETACHED HOUSE ON LIQUEFIED GROUND (No.8)
H. Yokawa, K. Yamada and N. Asano, Chubu University, Japan
A. Yashima and T. Yoshihara, Gifu University, Japan

 

STUDY ON SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF SPECIAL LEVEES OF RIVERS USING CENTRIFUGE DYNAMIC TESTS (No.37)
T. Kajio, S. Kataoka and K. Matsumoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan
S. Tanimoto and T. Sasaki, Public Works Research Institute, Japan
G. Shoji, University of Tsukuba, Japan

 

19:00~21:00 Banquet

(Restaurant chez Jiroud (http://chezjiroud.jp/index.html) in Nagoya University ES Building)

 

【2nd day, May 27】

Session 6  8:30~10:00 Chairperson: T. Kodaka
THE EFFECT OF SLAKING PROGRESS ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THREE TYPICAL CRUSHED MUDSTONES AGGREGATES → KEYNOTE 5 (No.28)
M. Nakano and T. Sakai, Nagoya University, Japan

 

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEFORMATION AND EARTH PRESSURE OF TWO-HINGE PRECAST ARCH CULVERT IN CONSTRUCTION PROCESS THROUGH MODEL EXPERIMENT (No.10)
Y. Sawamura, R. Matsushita, K. Kishida and M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan

 

NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE BEARING CAPACITY OF MASONRY BUILDING FOUNDATION IN CAMBODIA (No.11)
R. Hashimoto and M. Mimura, Kyoto University, Japan
T. Koyama, Kansai University, Japan
M. Kikumoto, Yokohama National University, Japan

 

THE EXPERIENCE IN APPLYING OF STATIC LOAD AND O-CELL PILE TESTING GEOTECHNOLOGIES IN PROBLEMATICAL SOIL CONDITIONS OF ASTANA (No.44)
Z. Zhussupbekov, A.R. Omarov and C. G.A. Zhukenova, Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

 

STUDY ON THE SETTLEMENT AND THE LOAD-BEARING CAPACITY OF LONG –AN SOFT GROUND REINFORCED BY THE STONE COLUMNS (No.32)
L. B. Vinh, Viet Nam National University, Viet Nam

 

10:00~10:15 Coffer break

 

Session 7  10:15~11:45 Chairperson: F. ZHANG

DUAL HORIZON PERIDYNAMICS → KEYNOTE 6 (No.45)
T. Rabczuk, Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany
X. Y. Zhuang, Leibniz University, Germany
H. L. Ren, Y. C. Cai, Tongji University, China

 

STUDY ON VARIATIONS OF PEAK STRENGTH OF A SANDSTONE DURING CYCLIC LOADING (No.17)
Taheri, The University Of Adelaide, Australia

 

EVALUATION OF BAMBOO POWDER ABSORBABILITY AND ITS MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR IN SAND SOIL MIXTURE UNDER STATIC LOADING (No.43)
S. Ismanti and N. Yasufuku, Kyushu University, Japan

 

CATALOGUING STIFFNESS ANISOTROPY OF NATURAL SEDIMENTARY SOILS – FROM CLAYS TO INTERMEDIATE SOILS  (No.21)
S. Nishimura and D. A. Martinez, Hokkaido University, Japan    

 

11:45~12:45 Lunch

 

12:45~13:30  Experience of “Earthquake” in Building 
You can experience “a long-period motion” in Rooftop laboratory and oscillation of the entire building.
See http://www.gensai.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/file/gensaikan-en-150320.pdf


Session 8  13:30~15:00 Chairperson: H. Yasuhara

A MULTISCALE HYDROMECHANICAL COUPLING METHOD FOR QUASI-BRITTLE POROUS ROCK FAILURE → KEYNOTE 7   (No.46)
X. Y. Zhuang, Leibniz University, Germany                                  

Q. Wang and H. H. Zhu, Tongji University, China

 

AN ASSESSMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC TESTING AND MONITORING IN TUNNEL (No.39)
H. M. E. Baruji, NIOSH Malaysia, Malaysia

 

A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY ON SOIL LABORATORY TESTING METHOD FOR NONLINEAR SEISMIC GROUND RESPONSE ANALYSIS (No.41)
J. Izawa and Y. Murono, Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan

 

INTERPRETATION OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF FROZEN CLAY THROUGH PARALLEL TESTS OF FROZEN AND UNFROZEN SOILS (No.42)
J. Y. Wang and S. Nishimura, Hokkaido University, Japan

 

STUDY ON LEVEE REINFORCEMENT USING DOUBLE SHEET-PILES WITH PARTITION WALLS (No.3)
K. Fujiwara, S. Taenaka and K. Otsushi, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Japan
A. Yashima, K. Sawada, T. Ogawa and K. Takeda, Gifu University, Japan

 

15:00~15:15 Coffer break

 

Session 9  15:15~16:45 Chairperson: E. T. Bowman
MODELLING HYDRO-MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR FOR UNSATURATED SOILS → KEYNOTE 8 (No.19)
A. N. Zhou, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

 

INFILTRATION CONTROL USING CAPILLARY BARRIERS FOR CONSERVATION OF HISTORICAL TUMULUS MOUNDS  (No.2)
M. Sawada and M. Mimura, Kyoto University, Japan     

M. Yoshimura, Soil and Rock Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan

 

EVALUATION OF DISTRIBUTION OF VOID RATIO AND DEGREE OF STURATION IN PARTIALLY SATURATED TRIAXIAL SAND SPECIMEN USING MICRO X-RAY TOMOGRAPHY (No.6)
R. Kido and Y. Higo, Kyoto University, Japan

 

EXPLICIT INTEGRATION SCHEME OF A SUBLOADING SURFACE PLASTICITY MODEL FOR UNSATURATED SOILS (No.15)
Y. Zhang and A. N. Zhou, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia    

 

EVALUATION OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF A LARGE RIVER LEVEE BASED ON SOIL-WATER-AIR COUPLED FINITE DEFORMATION ANALYSIS (No.26)
T. Yoshikawa and,T. Noda, Nagoya University, Japan
K. Kato, TOKYO GAS, Japan
T. Kodaka, Meijo University, Japan
K. Lee, CTI Engineering Co., Ltd. , Japan
T. Takaine, GEOASIA Research Society, Japan

 

16:45~17:00 Coffer break

 

Session 10 17:00~18:30 Chairperson: S. Nishimura

ON THE MODELLING OF UNSTEADY DEBRIS FLOW PROCESSES USING TRANSPARENT SOIL (No.48)
E. T. Bowman, University of Sheffield, UK

 

EXPERIMENTS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF PERMEABILITY EVOLUTION IN FRACTURED/POROUS ROCKS MEDIATED BY COUPLED THERMAL, HYDRAULIC, MECHANICAL, AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES (No.22)
H. Yasuhara and N. Kinoshita, Ehime University, Japan
K. Kishida, Kyoto University, Japan

 

CHANGE OF SHEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF BENTONITE INDUCED BY DISSOLUTION AND PRECIPITATION OF MINERALS (No.31)
Y. Watanabe, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan          

 

UNDERPINNING EMPIRICISM WITH PARTICULATE SOIL MECHANICS (No.53)

C. O’Sullivan, Imperial College, UK

 

THE FORMATION OF THE KAKAMIGAHARA PLATEAU JUDGING FROM AN OLD RIVER DUCT (No.29)
K. Nishimura, Kakamigahara City, Japan
Y. Kani, Eiton Co.Ltd. , Japan
K. Hayakawa, Ritsumeikan University, Japan

 

EVALUATION OF DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR ON EMBANKMENT WITH PRECAST ARCH CULVERTS IN CONSIDERING CONNECTING CONDITION OF CULVERTS IN CULVERT LONGITUDINAL DIRECTION (No.20)
Y. Miyazaki, Y. Sawamura, K. Kishida and M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan

 

19:00~ farewell party (Fee is not included in the registration fee, welcome all our friends to attend and let us know if you are welling to attend before May 20, 2016)

 


【3rd day, May 28】
8:00~18:00 One-day Technical Tour
NEXCO Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway construction site, Takayama & Sirakawa-go (UNESCO World Heritage) 

(Fee for non-registered accompany person: 6,000Yen)

 
[SYMPOSIUM WEBSITE]
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