Dynamic forces on non-symmetrical elastic elements

The St. Lawrence River harbours a complex ecosystem whose physical properties vary from upstream to downstream. It includes lakes and freshwater reaches, a long estuary, and a gulf with marine features. The area is home to richly diverse habitats and an equally rich diversity of flora and fauna. It is a natural resource to be sustained and preserved. The attempt of SSL construction is to perform an in-water installation of precast elements. This is to avoid minimal intervention to Saint Lawrence ecosystem and life and economical cycle. This study facilitates the in-water construction and support sustainable road and infrastructure development by SSL construction.

Faculty Supervisor:

Vincent Chu


Shooka Karimpour Ghannadi


Signature Sur Le Saint-Laurent Construction


Engineering - civil


Construction and infrastructure


McGill University



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