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  • Marinucci A., Herrera M.A.T., Arce, M.T., (2020) Improvement of Toe Resistance of Drilled Shaft Foundations in Highly Variable Sedimentary Soils Using Smart Cells, PRE_PRINT DFI 2020

    Marinucci A., Herrera M.A.T., Arce, M.T., (2020) Quality Control and Estimation of Axial Resistance by Using an Expander Body, A Large-Scale Pressuremeter, PRE_PRINT DFI 2020

    Marinucci A., Mao R., (2020) Progressive Design and Production QC for Hangzhou West Railway Station Via Bi-Directional Load Testing Using Donut Super Cells, PRE_PRINT DFI 2020

    Marinucci A., Carswell W., Nichols S., Ieronymaki E., Reid D., (2019) Design and Construction Considerations for Anchored Earth Retention Systems in Urban Environments, 4to Congreso Internacional de Fundaciones Profundas de Bolivia Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

    Marinucci A., Rathje E.M., Stoke K.H. II, (2019) Field Testing to Evaluate the Pore Pressure Response of Liquefiable Soil Treated with Earthquake Drains, 7th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering Roma, Italy, 17-20 June 2019

    Li, Q., Stuedlein, A. W., & Marinucci, A. (2019). Effect of Casing and High-Strength Reinforcement on the Lateral Load Transfer Characteristics of Drilled Shaft Foundations. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 145(9), 04019056.

    Marinucci A., Nichols S., Large M.E. (2018) Ensuring Performance of Tip Post-Grouted Bored Piles (Drilled Shafts) through a Comprehensive Quality Assurance Program, The Deep Foundation Institute, pp. 342-350

    Marinucci A., Mothersille D., (2018) Single Bore Multiple Anchor System (SBMAs) in Challenging and Variable Ground Conditions, The Deep Foundation Institute India, 8th Conference on Deep Foundation Technologies for Infrastructure Development in India IIT Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India

    Marinucci, A., & Wilson, S. E. (2018, May). Steel Drilled Displacement Piles (M-Piles)–Overview and Case History. In GeoShanghai International Conference (pp. 48-58). Springer, Singapore.

    Keykhosropour, L., Lemnitzer, A., Star, L., Marinucci, A., & Keowen, S. (2018). Implementation of Soil Pressure Sensors in Large-Scale Soil-Structure Interaction Studies. Geotechnical Testing Journal, 41(4), 730-746.

    Li, Q., Stuedlein, A. W., & Marinucci, A. (2017). Axial Load Transfer of Drilled Shaft Foundations with and without Steel Casing. DFI Journal-The Journal of the Deep Foundations Institute, 11(1), 13-29

    Loehr, J. E., Marinucci, A., Duffy, P. H., Gomez, J., Robinson, H., Day, T., … & Cadden, A. (2017). Evaluation and Guidance Development for Post-Grouted Drilled Shafts for Highways (No. FHWA-HIF-17-024). United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Bridges and Structures.

    Marinucci, A., & Chiarabelli, M. (2015). The Use of Displacement Piling Technology in Soft Soil Conditions. In SMIG-DFI Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.

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