GupShup Study
 
  
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - 2 Lecture notes complete syllabus covering
Neeraj Yadav

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - 2 Lecture notes complete syllabus covering

Neeraj Yadav | 08-Jan-2016 |
Stress distribution in soil , Boussinesq equations , Stress isobar and pressure bulb concept , Pressure distribution on horizontal and vertical planes , Stresses due to point load , Lateral earth pressure and retaining structures , Earth pressure at rest , Active and passive earth pressure. Earth pressure theories , Rankine‟s theory , Coloumb‟s wedge theory , Rebhann‟s and Culmann‟s graphcal methods , Stability conditions for retaining walls. Stability of earth slopes , Subsoil exploration , Planning of exploration programme , Spacing and depth of boring , Soil sampling , Types of samples , Standard penetration test , Static and dynamic cone penetration test , Shallow foundation , Settlement of foundations. Deep foundation: Classification of pile , Pile driving methods , Pile capacity (static and dynamic analysis) pile-group analysis , Load test on piles. ,

Hi friends, here Neeraj Yadav uploaded notes for Geotechnical Engineering with title GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - 2 Lecture notes complete syllabus covering. You can download this lecture notes, ebook by clicking on the below file name or icon.

Syllabus
Module – I (10 Hours)
Stress distribution in soil: Boussinesq equations, Stress isobar and pressure bulb concept,
pressure distribution on horizontal and vertical planes, stresses due to point load, line
load, strip load, uniformly loaded circular and rectangular areas. Use of newmark‟s chart.
Westergaard‟s solution. Approximate methods (point load method, two-to-one load
distribution method). Contact pressure distribution due to loaded areas. Concept of active
zone.
Module –II (10 Hours)
Lateral earth pressure and retaining structures: Earth pressure at rest, active and passive
earth pressure. Earth pressure theories, Rankine‟s theory, Coloumb‟s wedge theory,
Rebhann‟s and Culmann‟s graphcal methods, stability conditions for retaining walls.
Stability of earth slopes: Stability of infinite slopes, stability analysis of finite slopes,
Swedish method of slices, fiction circle method, Bishop‟s method. Use of Taylor
stability number. Fellnious metod for locating centre of critical slip circle.
Module – III (10 Hours)
Subsoil exploration: Methods, direct (test pits, trenches), semi-direct (borings), indirect
(sounding, penetration tests, and geophysical methods).
Planning of exploration programme, spacing and depth of boring, soil sampling, types of
samples, standard penetration test, static and dynamic cone penetration test, in-situ vane
shear test. Seismic refraction method, electrical resistivity methods,
Module-IV (10 Hours)
Shallow foundation: Introduction, bearing capacity, methods and determination of
bearing capacity, settlement of foundations.
Deep foundation: Classification of pile, pile driving methods, pile capacity (static and
dynamic analysis) pile-group analysis, load test on piles.

    Attachment Lists

    If download doesn't start in application like IDM then press Alt + click on download button to start download
  • GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING.pdf (Size: 9055.30KB) Dowland
Share With Friends :  

No any Comment yet!