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Course Synopsis

The course introduces the students with the basic and background of the properties and behavior of soil deposits and the applications of soil mechanics theory. It includes brief introduction on geological and physical characteristics of soils. Also includes identification, classification and description of rock and soil for engineering purposes. Application of mechanics on soil such as phase relationship, compaction, permeability and seepage, stresses and effective stresses, shear strength and consolidation are also covered.


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