His primary scientific interests are in Geotechnical engineering, Tailings, Compressive strength, Consolidation and Cement. Andy Fourie combines subjects such as Instability and Structural engineering, Finite element method with his study of Geotechnical engineering. His Tailings study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mining engineering, Waste management, Dispose pattern and Geosynthetics.
His study in Compressive strength is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Particle swarm optimization, Curing time, Scanning electron microscope, Gradient boosting and Modulus. His work in the fields of Cement, such as Portland cement, intersects with other areas such as Phosphogypsum. His Pore water pressure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Material properties and Filling rate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geotechnical engineering, Tailings, Waste management, Mining engineering and Environmental engineering. His Geotechnical engineering study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cement. Andy Fourie has researched Cement in several fields, including Compressive strength and Curing.
His study in the field of Tailings dam also crosses realms of High density. His research on Mining engineering often connects related topics like Material properties. His studies deal with areas such as Electrokinetic phenomena and Pollution as well as Environmental engineering.
His main research concerns Geotechnical engineering, Tailings, Compressive strength, Cement and Mechanics. His work on Liquefaction as part of general Geotechnical engineering research is often related to Constant, thus linking different fields of science. His Tailings research includes elements of Computational fluid dynamics, Correlation coefficient, Stress, Cone penetration test and Calibration.
His Compressive strength study combines topics in areas such as Structural engineering, Particle swarm optimization, Genetic programming and Curing time. His Cement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vertical displacement and Geosynthetics. Andy Fourie usually deals with Mechanics and limits it to topics linked to Shear and Breakage and Shearing.
His primary areas of investigation include Tailings, Compressive strength, Geotechnical engineering, Structural engineering and Metallic materials. His Tailings research incorporates themes from Construction engineering, Correlation coefficient and Dispose pattern. Andy Fourie has included themes like Municipal solid waste, Curing time and Leachate in his Compressive strength study.
His work on Triaxial compression as part of his general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently connected to Behavioral traits, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The various areas that Andy Fourie examines in his Structural engineering study include Reliability, Uniaxial tension and Robustness. His research integrates issues of Consolidation, Mine safety, Mechanics and Stress distribution in his study of Metallic materials.
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Studies of the influence of non-linear stress-strain characteristics in soil-structure interaction
R. J. Jardine;D. M. Potts;A. B. Fourie;J. B. Burland.
Cemented paste backfill for mineral tailings management: Review and future perspectives
Chongchong Qi;Andy Fourie.
Minerals Engineering (2019)
Recycling phosphogypsum and construction demolition waste for cemented paste backfill and its environmental impact
Qiusong Chen;Qiusong Chen;Qinli Zhang;Chongchong Qi;Andy Fourie.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2018)
Static liquefaction as a possible explanation for the Merriespruit tailings dam failure
Andy Fourie;G.E. Blight;G. Papageorgiou.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2001)
Handbook on Mine FIll
Yves Potvin;E. Thomas;Andy Fourie.
Neural network and particle swarm optimization for predicting the unconfined compressive strength of cemented paste backfill
Chongchong Qi;Andy Fourie;Qiusong Chen.
Construction and Building Materials (2018)
The behaviour of a propped retaining wall: results of a numerical experiment
D. M. Potts;A. B. Fourie.
The effect of inÆltration on the stability of the slopes of a dry ash dump
A. B. Fourie;D. Rowe;G. E. Blight.
PREDICTING RAINFALL-INDUCED SLOPE INSTABILITY.
A B Fourie.
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Geotechnical Engineering (1996)
Dewatering of mine tailings using electrokinetic geosynthetics
Andy Fourie;D.G. Johns;C.J.F.P. Jones.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2007)
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