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- Brief on Soil Mechanics: Particle size Analysis, Index properties of Soil, Soil Classification, Soil Compaction, Consolidation and Shear Strength, Extra Resource (Booster for Expert learning)
- Basics on Civil Engineering i.e. Soil Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Material
An extensive course for UG Civil students, PG Scholars, Research Professionals, Consultants, and the Professionals from Geotechnical Background. The course covers all the basic learning that will be required to carry out complex Geotechnical works in the allied field.
In this course, the student will be able to understand the various topics and terminologies used in soil mechanics.
The course covers relevant topics from Soil Mechanics and gives you an insight on various topics in detail.
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This course will be helpful for Practicing Engineers, Consultants, Undergraduate and Post Graduate students, Researchers, Industry Specialist, Lab Instructors, and a wide array of Geotechnical Design Engineers.
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- The UG, PG, Research Scholars, Consulting Geotechnical Engineers, Industry specialist, Practicing Engineers, and Faculty members from different institutions can enrolled in course to get an insight on soil mechanics
Particle Size Classification, Coarse Sieving, Fine Sieving, Coefficient of Uniformity and Coefficient of Curvature.
NOTE: KINDLY GO THROUGH THE RESOURCE SECTION. IT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOIL MECHANICS COURSE.
Consistency of Soil, Atterberg Limit, Solid Stage, Semi-Solid stage, Plastic stage, Liquid Stage, Consistency Limit, Liquid Limit, Determination of Liquid limit, Flow Index, Cassagrande apparatus, Plastic Limit, Shrinkage Limit, Shrinkage ratio, Volumetric Shrinkage, Linear Shrinkage, Degree of Shrinkage, Plasticity Index, Shrinkage Index, Consistency Index/ Relative Consistency, Liquidity Index, Toughness Index.
NOTE: The excel sheets are provided and can be used for learning purposes. The excel sheets have copyright and can't be used other than educational purposes.
Compaction, Objectives for Compaction, Effects of Compaction, Applicability of Compaction Equipment, Standard Reference, and Compaction Energy
Consolidation is a process by which soils decrease in volume. According to Karl von Terzaghi "consolidation is any process which involves a decrease in water content of saturated soil without replacement of water by air." ... When this occurs in a soil that is saturated with water, water will be squeezed out of the soil