His scientific interests lie mostly in Geotechnical engineering, Pile, Structural engineering, Cone penetration test and Shear stress. His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Finite element method and Soil mechanics. His Soil mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stiffness, Foundation engineering and Shear.
His Pile study incorporates themes from Marine engineering, Foundation and Dynamic load testing. His studies in Dynamic load testing integrate themes in fields like Shear strength, Stress, Bearing capacity and Forensic engineering. His work focuses on many connections between Shear stress and other disciplines, such as Effective stress, that overlap with his field of interest in Site analysis, Pore water pressure, Soft clay and Load distribution.
Kenneth Gavin mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Pile, Structural engineering, Offshore wind power and Cone penetration test. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stiffness and Finite element method. His Pile research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Load testing, Displacement, Dynamic load testing and Shear stress.
His work on Pier as part of general Structural engineering research is frequently linked to Frequency response, Jacking and Accelerometer, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Kenneth Gavin has included themes like Creep and Bearing capacity in his Cone penetration test study. The various areas that Kenneth Gavin examines in his Foundation study include Bridge and Forensic engineering.
His primary areas of investigation include Geotechnical engineering, Pile, Offshore wind power, Offshore geotechnical engineering and Soil structure interaction. Many of his research projects under Geotechnical engineering are closely connected to Field with Field, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study with Pile involves better knowledge in Structural engineering.
His research in Stiffness intersects with topics in Shear, Material properties, Structural load and Bending moment. He interconnects Probabilistic logic, Parametric statistics, Permeability and Spatial variability in the investigation of issues within Finite element method. His study in Cone penetration test is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hammer, Uncertain data, Solver and Pier.
Kenneth Gavin mainly investigates Soil structure interaction, Offshore geotechnical engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Pile and Offshore wind power. Kenneth Gavin performs multidisciplinary study in Offshore geotechnical engineering and Field in his work. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Monotonic function and Finite element method.
His research integrates issues of Deflection, Piecewise and Strain gauge in his study of Monotonic function. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Marine engineering and Joint, in his Offshore wind power studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Glacial till, Soil behaviour and Serviceability, Limit state design, Civil engineering in addition to Joint.
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BASE RESISTANCE OF JACKED PIPE PILES IN SAND
Barry Lehane;K.G. Gavin;K.G. Gavin.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2001)
A review of bridge scour monitoring techniques
Luke J. Prendergast;Kenneth Gavin.
Journal of rock mechanics and geotechnical engineering (2014)
New design methods for large diameter piles under lateral loading for offshore wind applications
Byron W. Byrne;Lidija Zdravkovic;Ross McAdam;Harvey J. Burd.
Laterally loaded monopile design for offshore wind farms
Paul Doherty;Kenneth Gavin.
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Energy (2012)
Effect of friction fatigue on pile capacity in dense sand
Kenneth G. Gavin;Kenneth G. Gavin;Brendan C. O’Kelly;Brendan C. O’Kelly.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2007)
An Investigation of the Changes in the Natural Frequency of a Pile affected by Scour
Luke J. Prendergast;David Hester;Kenneth Gavin;J. J. O'Sullivan.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2013)
Case study of a project-based learning course in civil engineering design
European Journal of Engineering Education (2011)
An investigation into the effect of scour on the natural frequency of an Offshore Wind Turbine
Luke J. Prendergast;Kenneth Gavin;Paul Doherty.
Ocean Engineering (2015)
The shaft capacity of pipe piles in sand
Kenneth G Gavin;Barry M Lehane.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2003)
PISA: New Design Methods for Offshore Wind Turbine Monopiles
B. W. Byrne;Ross A. McAdam;H. J. Burd;G. T. Houlsby.
Proceedings of the Society for Underwater Technology Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 8th International Conference on “Smarter Solutions for Future Offshore Developments" (2017)
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