Civil Engineering design methodologies vary and matter just as much as product selection when solving civil infrastructure challenges.
When it comes to base reinforcement design, how can geosynthetics provide advantages to your project, and which design methodology should you use?
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• Various engineering design methodologies focusing on base reinforcement for unpaved infrastructure.
• Key considerations for soil stabilization in base material.
• How we support your design process using our unique pre-design approach, at no cost.
• Data required to develop the best pre-design for your projects.
• Examples of Titan pre-designs that helped solve real-life civil engineering challenges.
Sam Bhat, M. Eng., Tech Mgt. MIGS
Chief Technical Officer (CTO), Geosynthetics
Sam holds a Masters of Engineering from IIT Delhi, India’s prestigious Institute of Technology, with a specialized background in interdisciplinary engineering and geosynthetics management. He has served the global geosynthetics market for the past 30 years having worked with some of the world’s leading geogrid organizations in the U.K., U.S.A., and Canada.
As Titan’s CTO Sam is responsible for developing new geosynthetic product technologies and overseeing design and manufacturing Titan’s geogrid lines. He is involved in interdisciplinary academic engineering R&D collaborations with Queen's University and McGill University; offering value-added geosynthetic solutions to help address a variety of complex civil, environmental and geotechnical engineering problems.
Sam has lectured at prestigious universities and also presented numerous technical papers at geosynthetics conferences around the world. His work, particularly with geogrid product development and testing, has been instrumental in advancing the geosynthetics industry.
Dr. Jimmy Thomas, PhD (Geotechnical Engineering), MIGS
Senior Design Consultant
Dr. Jimmy Thomas is a consulting engineer specializing in geotechnical engineering, geosynthetics, reinforced soil structures and pavement engineering. He has more than 25 years of experience in the geosynthetic industry and has in-depth knowledge of diverse aspects including manufacturing, testing, design and installation. He has also worked as a geotechnical engineering consultant for several major infrastructure projects in India. He is associated with Titan Environmental Containment Ltd. as a design consultant for the last ten years.
Dr. Jimmy Thomas is a Vice President of the Indian Chapter of the International Geosynthetics Society and a national executive committee member of Indian Geotechnical Society. He was member International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering Technical Committee TC-213 on Scour and Erosion for the term 2018-2021. He also served in the technical committees of Bureau of Indian Standards and Indian Road Congress and actively participated in the drafting of several standards and codes.