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Notes on the conference room

Place: 1st-3rd Floor, Building No.6, Faculty of Sci. & Eng., Saga University

All sessions of GEOTECHNICAL/GEOENVIRONEMTNAL ENGINEERING, except G8

ROOM 101

All sessions of WATER ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, and G8

ROOM 201

All sessions of URBAN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

ROOM 310

Welcome PARTY , Banquet

ROOM 201

Rehearsal, Internet, Computer

ROOM 205

 

Technical Program of ISLT2006

 (Tentative, 2006-08-22)

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September 14   Thursday

8:30-9:30

REGISTRATION

9:30-9:50

Room 101

OPENING  CEREMONY

President ofSaga University   Prof. A. Hasegawa

Governor of Saga Prefecture Government   Mr. Y. Furukawa

              IALT   President    Prof. H.B. Poorooshasb

Moderator:

Prof. S. Hayashi

9:50-10:20

Room 101

SPECIAL LECTURE  Prof. A. Sridharan

Engineering Behaviour of Marine Clays: Some Fundamental Aspects

Moderator:

Dr. J. C. Chai

10:20-10:40

Coffee   Break

10:40-11:10

Room 101

SPECIAL LECTURE  Prof. C.-H. Koh

Application of Sustainable Development Concept in the Policy Formation for Integrated Water Resources Management : An Experience from the Presidential Commission on Sustainable Development, Korea 

Moderator:

Prof. H. Araki

11:10-11:40

Room 101

SPECIAL LECTURE  Dr. S. Iwata

Theme of City Planning Toward the Growing Cities in Asia

Moderator:

Prof. K. Hokao

11:40-12:10

IALT GENERAL BODY MEETING

IALT  Executive President    Prof. N. Miura

12:10-13:00

Lunch Time

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GEOTECHNICAL/GEOENVIRONEMTNAL ENGINEERING

G1: PROPERTIES OF SOFT SOILS (I)  13:00-15:00    Chairman: Dr. J. C. Chai

                                                         (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

13:00-13:20

Invited lecture Dr. J.C. Chai

Modelling Strain-Softening Behaviour of Clayey Soils

J.C. Chai, J. P. Carter and S. Hayashi

Japan

13:20

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 15:00

Activity of marine clays

A. Sridharan and P. Raghuveer Rao

India

Study of two-dimensional time rate consolidation with numerical method

Tri Harianto and Indrasurya B. Mochtar

Japan

Determination of coefficient of consolidation by using nonlinear least square method

M. Kanayama, T. Higashi, M. Ohtsubo and J. Chikushi

Japan

Effect of chemistry and mineralogy on geotechnical properties of Bangkok clay

R. Rachan and S. Horpibulsuk

Thailand

Influence of storage conditions on geotechnical properties of Ariake clays

S. Koslanant, K. Onitsuka, T. Negami, and K. Ohtani

Japan

Properties of Lianyungang marine clay and characteristics in comparing with Ariake clay

G.H.Shao  and S.Y.Liu

China

Evaluation of overconsolidation ratio from piezocone tests in Lianyungang marine clay

G. J. Cai , S. Y. Liu, L. Y. Tong and G. Y. Du

China

Filtering equation used to predict undrained shear strength from ECPT results

T. Koumoto and M. A. Rashwan

Japan

Effect of cross-anisotropic soil on settlement of buildings

R.C. Xiao and X. H. Zhao

China

Discussion

15:00-15:20

Coffee break

G2: PROPERTIES OF SOFT SOILS (II)  15:20-17:20  Chairman: Dr. J. T. Shahu  

                                                            (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

15:20-15:40

Invited Lecture: Dr. J. T. Shahu

Deformation Characteristics of Railway Tracks on Compacted and Soft Soil Subgrades

J. T. Shahu, Amit Sharma and K.G. Sharma

India

 

15:40

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 17:00

A simple method to estimate the compression index of clay in Saga plain with the application in settlement calculation

N. Miura and T. Kiregawa

Japan

The mixed mesh interpolation method applied to the soft soil foundation of the undrained-incompressible limit

Z. W. Niu, T. C Li. And J. Zhao

China

N-value distribution pattern with depth of alluvial soil deposits

M. Fukuda, S. Suwa, B. Gu and S. Ahn

Japan

Dynamic properties of mucky soils treated with cement

J. Q. He, X. W. Sun and J. S. Zhang

China

Prediction of unsaturated shear strength from basic soils properties

A. Chinkulkijniwat

Thailand

Prediction of compaction curves at various energies using a one point test

S. Horpibulsuk, R. Rachan and W. Katkan

Thailand

Basic properties of clay mixed with Tung oil and sticky rice juice

X.W. Tang, J. Lin, X. Luo, F. Ying

China

Discussion

18:30-20:00

WELCOME PARTY

September 15   Friday

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Prof. D. T. Bergado             Moderator: Prof. G. X. Li

9:00-9:30

Innovative Thermo-PVD For Soft Ground Improvement

D. T. Bergado,  H. M. Abuel-Naga, S. Chaiprakaikeow and N.Y. Than

Thailand

G3: DEEP MIXING AND SOIL STABILIZATION   9::30-10:50  Chairman:  Prof. S. Y. Liu

                                                           (Presentation Time: 7 minutes)

9:30-9:50

Invited Lecture: Prof. S. Y. Liu

Difference in Behaviour between Dry Jet Mixing and Deep Wet Mixing for Soft Ground Improvement

S. Y. Liu, Z. S. Hong, L. Chen and Y. F. Deng

China

9:50-

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10:50

Analysis of strength development of cement stabilized clay from microstuctural considerations

S. Horpibulsuk, R. Rachan, S. Papattanotai and T.S. Nagaraj

Thailand

A simplified method to determinate bearing capacity of deep-mixing-column foundation

Y. F. Deng, S. Y. Liu,  F. Jing and L. Shao

China

Some influence factors of cement-stablized soft clays

C. Modmoltin, S. Koslanant, K. Onitsuka and T. Negami

Thailand

Effects of low level cementation in rockfill columns for riverbank stabilization

 W. F. Abdulrazaq, C-S. Kim, M.C. Alfaro and J.A. Blatz

Canada

Experimental study on improvement of expansive clays with fly ash

Zha F. S., Liu S. Y. , Du Y. J. and Zhu Z. D.

China

Research on practice of dynamic compaction-replacement in tidal wetland ground treatment

J. Z. Xia, J. Lu and W. T. Wang

China

Discussion

10:50-11:00

Coffee break


G4: GROUND IMPROVEMENT AND GEOYSNTHETICS  11:00-12:40 

Chairman: Prof. D. T. Bergado                  (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

11:00

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 12:30

Effect of geogrid reinforcement on stress distribution in shallow soil cover of large diameter flexible pipe-soil infrastructure system

Andre. Bom, Bozena B. Budkowska and Ram Balachandar

Canada

The application of geobelt reinforced cushion in the soft subgrade

X. Z. Huang, F. X. Yan and J. Z. Fan

China

Numerical analysis of geosynthetic-reinforced clay slope subjected to wetting

 Y.P. Pathak and M. C. Alfaro

Canada

Pullout resistance of geosynthetic reinforcement due to transverse displacement at intermediate point

M. R. Madhav and P.V.S.N Pavan Kumar

India

Large-size stone column method for improvement of soft ground

B. T. Wang, X. S. Feng, W. M. Yao and L. T. Zhou

China

Performance of stone columns subjected to a seismic base excitation

H.B. Poorooshasb, M.R. Madhav and Ali Noorzad

Canada

Effect of soil temperature on the performance of PVD

during the preloading process

D. T. Bergado and H. M. Abuel-Naga

Thailang

Discussion

12:30-13:30

Lunch Time

G5: EMBANKMENT AND PILE FOUNDATIONS  13:30-15:00  Chairman: Dr. J. Han           

                                                            (Presentation Time: 7 minutes)

13:30-13:50

Invited lecture  Dr. J. Han

Stresses and Deformations Induced by Widening of Existing Embankments over Soft Soils

J. Han, J. Huang, S.Y. Liu and Z.S. Hong

United States

13:50

 |

 15:00

Experimental study on performance of timber raft and pile foundation of embankment on soft ground

S. Hayashi, P. Poungchompu, Y.J. Du, D. Suetsugu and S.L.Shen

Japan

Looking into an appropriate methodology for the embankment design and construction on soft soils

Sadik Oztoprak and S. Feyza Cinicioglu

Turkey

Analysis of the behavior of nail supported deep mixed wall in excavation

S. L. Shen, X. M. Pang, S. Hayashi and Y.J. Du

China

Load transfer through a granular bed onto a granular pile in soft ground

 M. R. Madhav and G. B. Rajendra Prasad

India

Reliability  of  serviceability  of  long  fixed-head  pile embedded  in  nonlinear  soft  clay subjected  to  cyclic  loading  of  quasi-static  type

S. Lee, Bozena B. Budkowska and R. Balachandar

Canada

Study of composite short caisson foundation for soft alluvial land

S. M. Ali Jawaid and  M.R. Madhav

India

FEM analysis for bearing capacity and mechanism of concrete piles in the soft foundation

X. Q. Liu, T. C. Li and X.Q. Xu

China

Discussion

15:00-15:20

Coffee break

G6/W5  LAND SUBSIDENCE AND GULF MUD PROPERTIES  13:30-15:00  

Chairman: Prof. S. L. Shen            (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

13:30-13:50

Invited lecture   Prof. S. L. Shen

3D-analysis on land subsidence in Shanghai due to withdrawal of groundwater

S. L. Shen, Y. S. Xu, Z. Y. Cai and S. Hayashi

China

13:50

 |

 15:00

Influence of land subsidence on inundation damage

K. Suzuki, S. Murakami, K. Yasuhara and H. Komine

Japan

Incinerator ash from municipal solid waste in stabilization of soft Ariake clay

G.F. Ma, K. Onitsuka and T. Negami.

Japan

Evaluation of thermal properties of mud of the Ariake Sea, Japan

M.A. Moqsud, S. Hayashi, Y.J. Du and D. Suetsugu

Japan

Distribution of sulfur and carbon species in the muddy surface deposits of Ariake bay and an associated river, Kyushu, Japan

T. Yamanaka, S. Oda, S. Shimoyama and T. Hino

Japan

Seasonal and annual variations of sulphide content of tidal flat mud in the Ariake sea, Japan

S. Tanaka, M.A. Moqsud, S. Hayashi, Y.J. Du and D. Suetsugu

Japan

Discussion

15:00-15:20

Coffee break

G7/W6 LOWLAND GEOENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE   15:20-16:50  

Chairman: Dr. Y. J. Du          (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

15:20-15:40

Invite Lecture  Dr. Y. J. Du

Study of Sorption of Two Heavy Metals on Ariake Clay for Evaluating its Use as Landfill Barrier

Y.J. Du, S Hayashi and S. Y. Liu

Japan

15:40

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 16:50

Ground improvement for a lowland reclamation project 

C. S. Chen

Malaysia

Natural remediation efficiency of the acid contaminated Ariake tidal flat mud in Japan

M.A. Moqsud, S. Hayashi, Y.J. Du and D. Suetsugu

Japan

Soil amendment by composting in Bangladesh

M. Habibur Rahman, A. Al-Muyeed

Bangladesh

Physico-chemical investigation on soft clay foundation improved with deep mixing method

T. Hino, M.C. Alfaro, S. Shimoyama, T.Yamanaka and K. Imamura

Japan

Single and multiple metals competitive adsorption from gold mining leachate in laterite mine soil

Aksara Putthividhya , Srilert Chotpantarat

Thailand

Hydrochemistry of brine in Tuzlu Playa (real lowland)

A. Adib, GholamReza Shoaie

Iran

Discussion

17:00-17:30

CLOSING CEREMONY

18:00-20:00

BANQUET

G8 EARTHQUAKE AND GROUND MOVEMENT   15:20-16:50  

Chairman:  Dr.  S. Horpibulsuk           (Presentation Time: 8 minutes)

15:20

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16:50

A robust estimation parameters model for probability- integral method and its application analysis

L. J. Xu, J. P. Yan and Y. M. Gao

China

Local site effects in Bam (Iran) area based on the aftershocks of the bam earthquake of December 26, 2003

H. Sadeghi, M. R. Kakhi, S. M. Fatemi Aghda and A. Ghandeharioun 

Iran

Critical sliding surface determination for soil slopes based on the plastic zones of finite element analysis

T. C. Li and Y. Li

China

Landslide hazard zonation in fuzzy model based on exspertise judgment (Chashm Area in Iran)

R. Sharifi, N. Ebadati and Y. Ziari

Iran

On the evidence of the active tectonic of Makran basin toward Sistan region (Iran)

N. Ebadati, A. Adib and N. Behzad

Iran

Stability analysis of slopes of expansive soils considering rainfall effect through noncircular slip surface approach

F. C. Zhu, H. B. Xiao and J. Liu

China

Deformation characteristics of ventiduct embankment on Qinghai-Tibet railway

X. J. Chai and F.Q. Jiang

China

Discussion

17:00-17:30

CLOSING CEREMONY

 IALT        Vice President          Prof. M.R. Madhav

ISLT2006 Executive President          Prof. S. Hayashi

 

18:00-20:00

BANQUET

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WATER ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING


September 14   Thursday

 

W1  Water Resources and Watershed Management  Chairman: Prof. W. Liengcharernsit     

13:20

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15:00

Mathematical modeling study on effects of groundwater use reduction and groundwater recharge on piezometric level recovery in groundwater aquifers in Bangkok metropolitan region

W. Liengcharernsit, P. Ittisukananth, W. Sottikul, W. Kaentao, K. Premasthian and S. Svetasreni

 

Thailand

Prediction and evaluation of water environment changes and the river basin management using a stochastic rainfall model – the Zuibaizi river basin in Fukuoka –

E.A. Kim, T. Kusuda and Y. Nagamatu

Japan

Integration of genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks for daily runoff forecasting in Prachinburi watershed

T. Kitpaisalsakul and W. Sombunying

Thailand

Surface water quality classification in the Ping river, Thailand

N. Vongthanasunthorn and C. Jiradecha

Thailand

Evaluation of alternative measures for water management in the Jobaru river basin

R.E. de Graaf, K. Koga, S. Tou and K. Watanabe

Netherlands

Water problem analysis in the Jobaru river

D. Dong, K. Koga, R. E. de Graaf and K. Watanabe

Japan

15:00-15:20

Coffee break

W2  Water quality monitoring and Modeling       Chairman: Prof. K. Ohghushi  

15:20

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 17:00

Residual current observations in the innermost part of the Ariake sea

K. Ohgushi , Y. Hayami , T. Hamada , K. Yamamoto and R. Hirakawa

Japan

Prediction of ground water quality index using artificial neural networks

B. Guru Prasad, P.V.Sivapullaiah and M.M. Allam

India

The flux of microphytobenthic chlorophyll a in response to tidal current in Nanaura mudflat, Ariake sea, Japan

C.-H. Koh, J.S. Khim, H. Araki, H. Yamanishi and K. Koga

Korea

Study on water quality analysis in the reservoir of Isahaya-bay sea reclamation project

P. Ittisukananth, K. Koga, N. Vongthanasunthorn and W. Liengcharernsit

Japan

Long term water quality simulation for water environment in the Ariake sea

Nguyen T. Minh Hang, H. Araki,N. Cao Don, H. Yamanishi and K. Koga

Japan

18:30-20:00

Welcome Party


September 15   Friday

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Prof. Frans van de Ven

9:00-9:30

Improving water management by urbanization

Frans van de Ven

Netherlands

W3  Flood and Urban water Management   

Chairman  Prof. Tawatchai

9:30-

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10:50

Prediction of lowland flooding and economical losses due to assumed breaching of raised Mangla dam, Pakistan

T. Tingsanchali andN. Md. Khan

Thailand

Flood risk impact of spatial developments, climate change and subsidence: case study in the Netherlands

O.A.C.Hoes

Netherlands

A three track research approach for sustainable urban water management in lowland areas

R.E. de Graaf and F.H.M. van de Ven

Netherlands

The effects of Chao Phraya dam operation on upstream flood hydraulics

S. Visutimeteegorn , K. Likitdecharote and S. Vongvisessomjai

Thailand

Interaction between dutch flood protection and urbanisation

B. Stalenberg and J.K. Vrijling

Netherlands

10:50-11:00

Coffee break

W4  pollution in tidal zone and Water Quality management              

Chairman Prof. S. Karnchanawong

11:00

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 12:30

Effect of gas mixing on start up performances of Uasb reactor

S. Karnchanawong and A. Sokcil

Thailand

Wastewater management for small community in the lower Chao Phraya basin, Thailan

T. Arunmas and V. Vongthanasunthorn

Thailand

Self-purification ability of Gorgan bay’s entrance waters

S. Zarenezhad and N. Ebadati

Iran

Sediment deposition and mercury transformations in an intertidal salt marsh: San Pablo, CA

J. S. Ibrahim, M. E. Grismer and M. L. Johnson

USA

Flow and transport through variably saturated zone near the Ariake sea

Nguyen Cao Don, M. S. Mohan Kumar, H. Araki, N.T. Minh Hang, H. Yamanishi and T. Tokunaga

Japan

The analysis of pollution in tidal region of Boushehr (Iran)

N. Ebadati and S. Zarenezhad

Iran

12:30-13:30

Lunch time

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URBAN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

September 14   Thursday

U1: Transportation 13:00-15:00   Chairman Prof. A. Fukuda      

Presentation: 20 minutes (Including 5 minutes discussion)

13:00

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15:00

Fuzzy perceptual spacing for intelligent multi agent pedestrian simulation

K. Teknomo and G. P. Gerilla

Austria

Estimation of left-turn adjustment factor at signalized intersections with respect to Malaysian traffic conditions

Q.S. Hossain, W. H. Wan Ibrahim and L. V. Leong

Malaysia

An analysis of the impediment to pedestrian walking: a case study in Malang City, Indonesia

Lasmini and K. Hokao

Indonesia

The assessment of interaction between recreational behavior and preference of park users

I.  Pawinee, K. Teknomo, T. Charnkol and K. Hokao

Thailand

15:00-15:20

Coffee Break

U2: Amenity/Design for Environment 15:20-17:20 Chairman: Dr. N. Mishima   

Presentation: 20 minutes (Including 5 minutes discussion)

15:20

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 17:00

Reserch on the system of impact factors concerning architectural functions and forms in low hill and gentle incline landform in Zhejiang province

Y. Wu, L. Xu, P. F. Liu and J. Y. Tang

China

Built environment evaluation on a neighborhood parks and its residents’ behavior mode: a lowland study of Hanzhou City, China

J. Shi, X. Zhao, J. Ge, K. Hokao And Z. Wang

Japan

The application of Chinese classical waterscape design in the project of “The West Lake Westward

L. Chen, J. Wang and Y. Fan

China

Impact factor system for architecture site design under low hill and gentle incline landform

S. Y. Liu, L. Xu and J. Kang

China

Soft interface in waterfront area –A case study of the GRAND CANAL (Hangzhou Segment)

Y. He and Z. Wang

China

18:30-20:00

Welcome Party

 


September 15   Friday

KEYNOTE LECTURE:  Dr.  K. Teknomo

9:00-9:30

How could recent pedestrian technology assist you?

K. Teknomo

Austria

U3: Preservation of Environment 9:30-10:50 Chairman: Prof. C. Hua    

Presentation: 15 minutes (Including 5 minutes discussion)

9:30-

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10:50

Rudimentary survey on soundscape of lakefront scenic areas in lowland city: a case study of Hangzhou City, China

X. Zhao, J.  Shi and Z. Wang

China

Research on green building innovation system with Chinese characteristics

Lei. Xu and Jing Jin

China

The establishment of the personality and commonness of city water front – The analysis of bank city planning of the south water front of Jiaojiang

Y. L. Fan, J. Wang and L. Chen

China

Residential environment evaluation model considering residential preference in Changjiang delta region of China

J. Ge, F. Chen, J. Wang and K. Hokao

Japan

Assessment of artificial reproduction environment for forest green treefrog on Nikko-Utsunomiya road using habitat evaluation procedure

H. Ito and A. Fukuda

Japan

10:50-11:00

Coffee  Break

U4: WATER ENVIRONMENT PLANNING 11:00-12:30 Chairman: Prof. L. Xu   

Presentation: 15 minutes (Including 5 minutes discussion)

11:00

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 12:30

Improving urban water management planning

Frans H.M. van de Van,  Sybrand P. Tjallingii, Paul j.A. Baan, Paul J. van Eijk and M. Rijsberman

Netherlands

The relation between design and technology of polder cities

F.L. Hooimeijer

Netherlands

A study on waterside space through users’ behaviors and consciousness

Q. Ye, K. Hokao and J. Ge

Japan

A study on the evaluation structure for present conditions and improvement plans of river landscape: A case study of the Tafuse River in Saga City

T. Inohae and K. Hokao

Japan

The environmental water system in Yantou in villages in rural area of Wenzhou

S. Li, F. Chen and J. Wang

China

12:30-13:30

Lunch Time

U5: DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 13:30-15:00 Chairman: Dr. S. Iwata  

Presentation: 15 minutes (Including 5 minutes discussion)

 

13:50

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 15:00

The developmental changing and prospect of the higher education zone in 2000-2005

W. Sun and C. Hua

China

Evaluation of new campus planning and constructing in China (Mainland)

Y. Zhu and C. Hua

China

An analysis about the Geographical Distribution’s fear of crime: A case study ofSaga City

T. Nagaie and K. Hokao

Japan

Research on the factor of city spatial expansion and city expansion control –Case studies aboutSaga City, Saga andObihiro City,Hokkaido, Japan

Y. Kodama, K. Hokao and K. Teknomo

Japan

Assessment of environmental impacts of residential developments: a case inSaga City

G.P. Gerilla, K. Teknomo and K. Hokao

Japan

15:00-15:20

Coffee Break

U6: Workshop 15:20-16:50  Chairman: Prof. K. Hokao

17:00-17:30

CLOSING CEREMONY

 IALT        Vice President          Prof. M.R. Madhav

ISLT2006 Executive President          Prof. S. Hayashi

18:00-20:00

BANQUET

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