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Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Muhammad Diab Saadeldin Abdl aal

Basic information

Name : Muhammad Diab Saadeldin Abdl aal
Title: Assistant Lecturer
Personal Info: Eng.Muhammad Diab was born in Sohag in Egypt. He received his B.Sc. in Structural Engineering and Construction Management Department, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Future University in Egypt (FUE), Cairo, 2012. He achieved an excellent score {CGPA = 3.93}. In 2014, he joined the Department of Structural Engineering and Construction Management, Future University, Cairo, as a teaching assistant. He studied the premaster courses and finished it. He is currently do his research in Application of the Limit State Method to Geotechnical Design of Deep Excavation Systems in Egypt at Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University in Egypt. View More...

Education

Certificate Major University Year
Masters Civil Engineering Ain shams university - Faculty of Engineering 2018
Bachelor Engineering & Technology Future University - Faculty of Engineering 2012

Researches /Publications

Application of the ultimate limit states factored strength approach to design of cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils - 01/1

Muhammad Diab Saadeldin Abdl aal

Mohamed F. Mansour, Yasser M. El-Mossallamy, Hesham A. Mahdi

01/12/2018

Geotechnical design is carried out according to one of two main methods; the Working Stress Design (WSD) and the Limit States Design (LSD) methods. The LSD can be carried out according to two main approaches; the Factored Strength Approach (FSA), and the Factored Resistance Approach (FRA). The use of LSD in Egypt is limited to the design of reinforced concrete structures. The geotechnical design is still based on the WSD method. The updated Egyptian Geotechnical Code will include both methods for a transition period before fully adopting the LSD. This study describes the methodology and results of determination of the partial factors for the limit states FSA for cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils such that the LSD matches the WSD. These calibrated values are essential for the transition period when both the WSD and LSD design philosophies are applicable. The study recommends a partial factor of 1.25 in the future version of the Egyptian Code for the limit states FSA design of cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils, which agrees with the current state of practice in different international codes.

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Application of the ultimate limit states factored strength approach to design of cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils - 01/0

Muhammad Diab Saadeldin Abdl aal

Mohamed F. Mansour, Yasser M. El-Mossallamy, Hesham A. Mahdi

01/02/2018

Geotechnical design is carried out according to one of two main methods; the Working Stress Design (WSD) and the Limit States Design (LSD) methods. The LSD can be carried out according to two main approaches; the Factored Strength Approach (FSA), and the Factored Resistance Approach (FRA). The use of LSD in Egypt is limited to the design of reinforced concrete structures. The geotechnical design is still based on the WSD method. The updated Egyptian Geotechnical Code will include both methods for a transition period before fully adopting the LSD. This study describes the methodology and results of determination of the partial factors for the limit states FSA for cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils such that the LSD matches the WSD. These calibrated values are essential for the transition period when both the WSD and LSD design philosophies are applicable. The study recommends a partial factor of 1.25 in the future version of the Egyptian Code for the limit states FSA design of cantilever walls in dry cohesionless soils, which agrees with the current state of practice in different international codes.

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