Dr. Eric Steward, P.E.
Office Hours

Fall 2015
MW 11:45-12:05, 2:30-3:20
T 9:30-10:45
Ph: (251) 460-6174
Dr. Eric Steward, P.E.
Assistant Professor
Civil Engineering / Geotechnical Engineering

Research Interests

Geotechnical Engineering is a branch of Civil Engineering that deals with the design, analysis, and construction of foundations, slopes, retaining structures, and other systems that are made of or supported by soil or rock. As a geotechnical engineer, my research interests include:
- LRFD design of deep foundations
- Driven pile setup (freeze) prediction methods
- Soil\structure interaction
- Trenchless pipeline infrastructure installation and rehabilitation techniques


Education

Ph.D. Engineering, Louisiana Tech University
M.S. Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs


Publications

Cleary, J., Gillis, A., Steward, E. A case study of ground vibrations due to pile driving in Mobile, Alabama. ASCE Forensic Engineering 7th Congress. Nov 15-18, 2015, Miami, FL

Jones, R. and Steward, E. Evaluation of Pile Set-up using iCAP Dynamic Restrike Software Analysis in the State of Alabama, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP #256, (IFCEE 2015), ASCE Geo-Institute, San Antonio, TX, pp. 980-989

Steward, E. and Shekouh, M. Laboratory determination of the time-dependent interface frictional behavior between cohesive soil and construction materials, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP #256, (IFCEE 2015), ASCE Geo-Institute, San Antonio, TX, pp.1861-1869

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Courses

CE 238 Statics
CE 315 Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory
CE 340 Soil Mechanics
CE 341 Soil Mechanics Laboratory
CE 443 Geotechnical Engineering
CE 442 Foundation Engineering
CE 542 Foundation Engineering and Advanced Geotechnical Topics
CE 590 Management and Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure

Faculty Advisor: American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Student Chapter