Allnamics has been heavily involved in organizing the 11th edition of the Stress Wave Conference, held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, last September.  Together with the organizing partners, an attractive program has been presented. Both indoor, with a total of almost 90 papers, and outdoor. At the Maasvlakte, the Demonstration, Testing & Prediction Event took place. Where the theory met the practice and vice versa. [read more]

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Chair of the SW2022, Marcel Bielefeld, tells about the success of this event on the website of the conference

The 11th International Conference on Stress Wave Theory and Design and Testing Methods for Deep Foundations has been a tremendous success. Now that the event itself is behind us, the organizing committee is very busy with the wrap-up of the conference. We were happy to have received more than 90 papers on a wide range of interesting topics, which can now be downloaded from the website. On the website, we will also create a discussion option for these papers, so that all of us can continue to exchange ideas and create a deeper understanding of the topics covered.

The conference covered pile driving methods and the application of static, rapid, and dynamic test methods for deep foundations. On the last day of the conference, the Demonstration, Testing & Prediction Event was held on the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam. During that day, piles with onshore and offshore dimensions were installed in several different ways, and various types of pile testing were performed. The results and the analysis of those results will be posted on the website as soon as they are available.

Finally, in the coming weeks, we will update the website with pictures, presentations, and videos to illustrate what all took place in Rotterdam during SW2022, and we cannot wait to see you in Singapore for SW2025!

Sincerely yours,

Marcel Bielefeld
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee

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