Brian Sheil
Brian Sheil
Associate Professor and RAEng Research Fellow, University of Cambridge
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Multi-axis force sensors: A state-of-the-art review
JO Templeman, BB Sheil, T Sun
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 304, 111772, 2020
An Analytical Approach for the Prediction of Single Pile and Pile Group Behaviour in Clay
BB Sheil, BA McCabe
Computers and Geotechnics, 2016
Machine learning to inform tunnelling operations: Recent advances and future trends
BB Sheil, SK Suryasentana, MA Mooney, H Zhu
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Smart Infrastructure and …, 2020
Identifying characteristics of pipejacking parameters to assess geological conditions using optimisation algorithm-based support vector machines
WC Cheng, XD Bai, BB Sheil, G Li, F Wang
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 106, 103592, 2020
Pipejacking clogging detection in soft alluvial deposits using machine learning algorithms
XD Bai, WC Cheng, BB Sheil, G Li
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 113, 103908, 2021
Physics-informed multifidelity residual neural networks for hydromechanical modeling of granular soils and foundation considering internal erosion
P Zhang, ZY Yin, YF Jin, J Yang, B Sheil
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 148 (4), 04022015, 2022
Assessment of anomaly detection methods applied to microtunneling
BB Sheil, SK Suryasentana, WC Cheng
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 146 (9), 04020094, 2020
Empirical correlations for the compression index of Irish soft soils
BA McCabe, BB Sheil, MM Long, FJ Buggy, ER Farrell
Proceedings of the ICE - Geotechnical Engineering 167 (6), 510-517, 2014
Pile group settlement estimation: suitability of nonlinear interaction factors
BA McCabe, BB Sheil
International Journal of Geomechanics, ASCE 15 (3), 04014056, 2014
Experiences of utility microtunnelling in Irish limestone, mudstone and sandstone rock
BB Sheil, BG Curran, BA McCabe
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 51, 326-337, 2016
Monitoring the construction of a large-diameter caisson in sand
R Royston, B B. Sheil, B W. Byrne
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Geotechnical Engineering …, 2022
Interpretation of pipe-jacking and lubrication records for drives in silty soil
KG O'Dwyer, BA McCabe, BB Sheil
Underground Space 5 (3), 199-209, 2020
Pile groups under axial loading: an appraisal of simplified non-linear prediction models
BB Sheil, BA McCabe, EM Comodromos, BM Lehane
Géotechnique 69 (7), 565-579, 2019
Biaxial loading of offshore monopiles: numerical modeling
BB Sheil, BA McCabe
International Journal of Geomechanics 17 (2), 04016050, 2017
A finite element–based approach for predictions of rigid pile group stiffness efficiency in clays
BB Sheil, BA McCabe
Acta Geotechnica 9 (3), 469-484, 2014
Physics‐constrained hierarchical data‐driven modelling framework for complex path‐dependent behaviour of soils
P Zhang, ZY Yin, YF Jin, B Sheil
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics …, 2022
Flume tank testing of offshore wind turbine dynamics with foundation scour and scour protection
RO Mayall, RA McAdam, RJS Whitehouse, HJ Burd, BW Byrne, SG Heald, ...
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering 146 (5), 04020033, 2020
A physics-informed data-driven approach for consolidation analysis
P Zhang, ZY Yin, B Sheil
Géotechnique, 1-12, 2023
Bearing capacity beneath tapered blades of open dug caissons in sand
R Royston, B Phillips, B Sheil, B Byrne
Civil Engineering Research in Ireland 2016, 2016
Undrained bearing capacity of the cutting face for an open caisson
R Royston, BB Sheil, BW Byrne
Géotechnique 72 (7), 632-641, 2022
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