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    Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering - Udemy

    Soil Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering

    What you'll learn
    Soil Deposits and Grain-Size Analysis
    Weight–Volume Relationships, Plasticity, and Soil Classification
    Soil Compaction
    Stresses in a Soil Mass
    Fundamentals of Consolidation
    Shear Strength of Soil
    Slope Stability
    Subsurface Exploration
    Lateral Earth Pressure
    Shallow Foundations
    Retaining Walls
    Deep Foundations—Piles and Drilled Shafts




    Requirements
    None


    Description
    From a scientific perspective, geotechnical engineering largely involves defining the soil's strength and deformation properties. Clay, silt, sand, rock and snow are important materials in geotechnics. Geotechnical engineering includes specialist fields such as soil and rock mechanics, geophysics, hydrogeology and associated disciplines such as geology. Geotechnical engineering and engineering geology are a branch of civil engineering.

    The specialism involves using scientific methods and principles of engineering to collect and interpret the physical properties of the ground for use in building and construction. Its practical application, e.g. foundation engineering, has come to require a scientific approach.

    Geotechnics is applied when planning infrastructure such as roads and tunnels as well as buildings and other constructions onshore and offshore. The discipline also involves performing numerical calculations, analysing the stability of slopes and cliffs, and assessing load-bearing capacity, settlement and deformation in man-made structures.

    Research and development in geotechnical engineering is carried out to improve and further refine equipment and methods for carrying out ground surveys




    The course on Geotechnical Engineering includes

    -Soil Deposits and Grain-Size Analysis

    -Weight–Volume Relationships, Plasticity, and Soil Classification

    -Soil Compaction

    -Stresses in a Soil Mass

    -Fundamentals of Consolidation

    -Shear Strength of Soil

    -Slope Stability

    -Subsurface Exploration

    -Shallow Foundations




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    Who this course is for
    Civil Engineering Graduates
    PG Students
    Competitive exam aspirants
    Working Professional



    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 404 MB | Duration: 1h 46m


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