Geomechanics and Geotechnics

Asst. Prof. Dr.-Ing Ahmed Talib Al-Janabi

University of Babylon
eng.ahmed.taleb@uobabylon.edu.iq

Links to research databases:Researchgate Scopus  

Research interests

  • Electromagnetic and thermal measurements and their applications in Geomechanics.
  • Unsaturated soil mechanics.
  • Behavior and collapse mechanism of collapsible soils.

Publications

  • Ahmed. T. Al-Janabi and Abeer A. Al-saeedi "Evaluation the Swelling Soil Stabilized by Waste Corn Ash (WCA)" ,Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol:14 (No.15-16) , July 2019.(Accepted).

  •  Abeer A. Al-saeedi and Ahmed. T. Al-Janabi " Enhancement Characteristics Clay Soil by using Demolition Waste" Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Vol.9 ,Issue 52 ,February, 2019. 

  • Zainab A. Hussan and Ahmed. T. Al-Janabi " Studying Some Mechanical properties of soft soils Treated by CaCo3-Nano material, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), Volume 9, Issue 11, pp 870–877 (2018).

  • Ahmed. T. Al-Janabi " Study the Relationship between the collapse potential - Suction and Electromagnetic properties behavior of gypsum soils". Journal of university of Babylon, Issue 26, (2018).

  • Henok Hailemariam, Ahmed Al-Janabi, Frank Wuttke, NormanWagner  "Soil Collapse Monitoring with EM Measurements" Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’17)Barcelona, Spain –April 2 –4, (2017) Paper No. ICGRE 158 ISSN: 2371-5294DOI: 10.11159/icgre17.158

  • Henok HAILEMARIAM, Ahmed AL-JANABI, Frank WUTTKE, Norman WAGNER , "Wave Based Monitoring of Water-Driven Deterioration Process of Unsaturated, Stressed Collapsible Soils", International Symposium Non-Destructive Testing in Civil Engineering (NDT-CE), September 15 - 17, 2015, Berlin, Germany.

  • Al-Janabi, N. Wagner, F. Wuttke (2013)"The use of electromagnetic properties to characterize fly ash stabilized of artificial collapsible gypsum soils". ISEMA 2013, Proc. (2013) 10th International Conference on Electromagnetic Wave Interaction with Water and Moist Substances, Weimar, Germany, Ed: Kupfer/Wagner, Weimar, Germany, Sep 25-27. Pp 449-456.