Specialized in Ground Improvement techniques, Dr Rajeshwar Goodary holds a PhD in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Before joining UdM, Dr Goodary was employed as Consulting Civil and Structural Engineer at ‘Servansingh Jadav and Partners Consulting Engineers Ltd, Mauritius’.

Currently he is actively engaged in research in the field of ground improvement and related topics with numerous research papers published in international journals and indexed conference proceedings. Dr Goodary has published jointly with over 20 co-authors worldwide and holds several collaborations with international universities and researchers. He is regularly invited by neighbouring universities to lecture Geotechnics in the region and also serves as Scientific Committee Member to several international conferences besides being permanent reviewer for several high-impact factor journals and conferences, likewise ‘Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier)’, ‘Environmental Geotechnics’, ‘International Conference in Geotechnical Research and Engineering’, among others.

Being specialized in the field of soil mechanics, Dr Goodary is extensively involved in consultancy works, undertaken by UdM for the private sector and having served as Head of the Civil and Environmental Department and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development formerly, he is currently the Founding Dean and Head of the Geotechnical Laboratory where he provides guidance and supervises PhD students.

Research

Biography

Specialized in Ground Improvement techniques, Dr Rajeshwar Goodary holds a PhD in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Before joining UdM, Dr Goodary was employed as Consulting Civil and Structural Engineer at ‘Servansingh Jadav and Partners Consulting Engineers Ltd, Mauritius’.

Currently he is actively engaged in research in the field of ground improvement and related topics with numerous research papers published in international journals and indexed conference proceedings. Dr Goodary has published jointly with over 20 co-authors worldwide and holds several collaborations with international universities and researchers. He is regularly invited by neighbouring universities to lecture Geotechnics in the region and also serves as Scientific Committee Member to several international conferences besides being permanent reviewer for several high-impact factor journals and conferences, likewise ‘Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier)’, ‘Environmental Geotechnics’, ‘International Conference in Geotechnical Research and Engineering’, among others.

Being specialized in the field of soil mechanics, Dr Goodary is extensively involved in consultancy works, undertaken by UdM for the private sector and having served as Head of the Civil and Environmental Department and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development formerly, he is currently the Founding Dean and Head of the Geotechnical Laboratory where he provides guidance and supervises PhD students.

Goodary Rajeshwar

Research/field of study:
Soil Mechanics, Geotechnics, Soil Stabilization, Ground Improvement

Email:
[email protected]

Publications


  1. Meguid M., Goodary R., Massood M. On the Response of Buried Pipelines Subjected to Permanent Deformation. Proceedings: ETS Tunnelling and Underground Construction Conference and Exhibition 2019. 3 -5 Dec 2019, Luxor, Egypt. Pp 162-169.
  2. Goodary R., Lecomte G., Adriamalala M., Aujayeb Anoop. Expansive Residual Soils and Their Possible Stabilisation by Soil Mixing. – Proceedings: 4th World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’19), Rome, Italy – April 7 – 9, 2019 (Indexed by Scopus and Google Scholar with proceedings being permanently archived in Portico).
  3. Goodary R., Lecomte G., Adriamalala M. Characterisation of Residual Soils of Volcanic Origin and Its Possible Implications for Soil Stabilisation – 3rd World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’18), Budapest, Hungary – April 8 – 10, 2018 (Indexed by Scopus and Google Scholar with proceedings being permanently archived in Portico).
  4. Champahom T., Goodary R., Beeharry R., Jomnonkwao S. & Ratanavaraha V. Evaluating user’s satisfaction of bus service in Mauritius: Decision Tree Approach. Proceedings – International Convention on Civil Engineering 2017 “Green Technology for Sustainable Infrastructure Development” (ICCE 2017), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, July 20 – 21, 2017, PP 80. ISBN: 978-616-396-010-8 (Under review for journal publication).
  5. Goodary R., Chinkulkijniwat A., Vatanivongs R., Beeharry R., Aujayeb A. An attempt to determine a Suitable Stabiliser for Expansive Soils of Volcanic Origin. Proceedings – Seventh International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, Mie, Japan, Nov. 21-24, 2017, PP 108-113. ISBN: 978-4-9905958-8-3 C3051.
  6. Goodary R. Minerals and Minerology in Mauritius. Mineral Processing – Technologies, Challenges and Prospectives. NAM S&T Centre, New Delhi, 2017, pp. 73–82. ISBN: 978-93-5124-856-9.
  7. Goodary R., Adriamalala M., Beeharry R., Aujayeb A. Stabilisation of Volcanic Dark Magnesium Clay using lime. Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’17) Barcelona, Spain – April 2 – 4, 2017 Paper No. ICGRE 192 ISSN: 2371-5294 DOI: 10.11159/icgre17.192
  8. Chinkulkijniwat, Goodary, R. et al. Effect of Periodical Rainfall on Shallow Slope Failures. Proceedings: Sixth International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment (Geomate 2015). Bangkok, Thailand, Nov. 14-16, 2016: 227-232. ISBN: 978-4-9905958-6-9 C3051.
  9. Goodary R, Conhyea M. Influence of Fly Ash as Partial Replacement of Cement on Strength Properties of Concrete. 7th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation “Sustainable Concrete for Now and the Future”. October 30 – Nov 2, 2016: 47. Hanoi, Vietnam.
  10. Goodary R. Soil Testing in Weathered Volcanic Basalt. Proceedings: Ninth All-Ukrainian scientific-technical conference “Soil mechanics, geotechnics and foundation engineering”: October 3 – 7, 2016: 312-325. Dnipro, Ukraine.
  11. Chinkulkijniwat, A., Goodary, R. et al. Laboratory approach for faster determination of the loading-collapse yield curve of compacted soils. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering – Sept 2015.
  12. Chinkulkijniwat,, Goodary, R.et al. Mechanically Stabilised Earth Walls with Geocomposite Drainage under Seepage Condition. Proceedings ‘Geosynthetics 2015’. 15-18 February 2015: 489-497. Portland, Oregon, USA.
  13. Goodary R, et al. Effect of Fly Ash on Strength and Compressibility of Dark Magnesium Clay. Proceedings ‘Advances in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development’. 27-29 Aug 2014: 437-442, Thailand.
  14. Goodary R, Lecomte-Nana G. L, Petit C., Smith D. Investigation of the strength development in cement stabilised soils of volcanic origin. Construction and Building Materials 2012; 28: 592-598. Elsevier.
  15. N. Shootenko, R. Goodary “A Statistical Analysis of Physical and Mechanical Properties of Lateritic Soils” – Quality Amelioration in Urban Construction, Kharkov 1988, K.: YMKBO – PP 45- 52.
  16. L. N. Shootenko, Goodary “Effect of Degree of Weathering of Lateritic Soils on their Geotechnical Properties”, – Rehabilitation of Buildings, Kharkov 1989, K.: YMKBO – PP 47- 49.

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