Amardeep Amavasai

Doktorand at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, GeoEngineering

Amardeep Amavasai is a PhD student on Geology and Geotechnics, research group Engineering geology and geotechnics, in the Department of Civil and Environmental engineering. His research focuses on constitutive modelling of cyclic stress-strain behaviour in structured clays - considering both static and dynamic soil-structure interaction representing the cyclic degradation of soft clays. The final aim of the research is to gain a better understanding of soft clay behavior in both micro and macro scale with an attempt to link the performance of the constitutive model to experimental and field conditions.

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Projects

2015–2017

Parameter- och modellval för numeriska beräkningar i lös lera - Best practice (BEST SOIL)

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

2012–2016

Creep of Geomaterials (CREEP)

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Jean-Philippe Gras GeoEngineering
Claes Alén GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Jorge Yannie GeoEngineering
European Commission (FP7)

2014–2017

On the fundamental relation between soil creep and cyclic pile-soil response

Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Mats Karlsson GeoEngineering
Amardeep Amavasai GeoEngineering
Swedish Transport Administration

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Publications

2016

Numerical prediction of embankment deformation with Creep-SCLAY1S model

Amardeep Amavasai, N. Sivasithamparam, Jelke Dijkstra et al
Embankment Prediction Symposium, p. 241-254
Conference contribution