It’s happened again: the paper “Vibratory and Impact-Vibration Pile Driving Equipment” has been cited by Mohammed Al-Amrani and M Ikhsan Setiawan in their paper “Prefabricated and Prestressed Bio-Concrete Piles: Case Study in North Jakarta.” The abstract of their paper is here:
In this research, we will talk about Prefabricated and Prestressed Concrete piles in general and their types, what they are manufactured and developed over the years and how much they cost according to international standards and their usefulness in overcoming soil problems and pre-construction problems, then we will talk specifically about Prefabricated and Prestressed Bio-Concrete piles and the difference between them and ordinary piles. The research will also present the opinions of people who have delved into and discussed this topic and the opinions of all engineers, economists and specialists in general. In the end, this research will conclude with a complete and simplified summary of Prefabricated and Prestressed Bio-Concrete piles and all the information related to them in foundation engineering and other points that the engineer or specialist has not encountered before.
Our paper on Vibratory and Impact-Vibration Pile Driving Equipment has been something of a favourite over the years, and has received several citations. In addition, it has made my ResearchGate page the “leader of the pack” of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Why? Because, if you want to have high statistics on what you put on the web, you put things people want to read, and evidently people want to read this.