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Title      : Basic Geotechnical Engineering
Subject      : Civil Enginnering
copyright © 2018   : Pallavi P
Author      : Pallavi P
Publisher      : Sai Vidya Institute of Technology
Chapters/Pages      : 7/291
Total Price      : Rs.      : 99
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Introduction Total views (8)  
Soil mechanics is a branch of soil physics and applied mechanics that describes the behavior of soils. Along with rock mechanics, soil mechanics provides the theoretical basis for analysis in geo-technical engineering, a sub-discipline of civil engineering, and engineering geology, a sub-discipline of geology.
Pages: 96
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Soil Structure and Clay Mineralogy Total views (3)  
Soil structure describes the arrangement of the solid parts of the soil and of the pore space located between them. It is determined by how individual soil granules clump, bind together, and aggregate, resulting in the arrangement of soil pores between them.
Pages: 38
Price: Rs 19   
Flow of Water through Soils Total views (0)  
It is an apparent velocity being equal to average rate of flow across a unit gross area in the soil. Rate of flow is the volume of water flowing per unit time. Since some of the volume of a soil is occupied by soil particles, water does not flow through a soil as easily as it does through an open pipe.
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 22.5   
Consolidation of Soil Total views (2)  
Consolidation is a process which involves a decrease in water content of saturated soil without replacement of water by air. In general it is the process in which reduction in volume takes place by expulsion of water under long term static loads.
Pages: 27
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Shear Strength of Soil Total views (0)  
Shear strength is a term used in soil mechanics to describe the magnitude of the shear stress that a soil can sustain. The shear resistance of soil is a result of friction and interlocking of particles, and possibly cementation or bonding at particle contacts.
Pages: 34
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Solved Question Paper 1 Total views (1)  
Solved Question Paper 1
Pages: 25
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Solved Question Paper 2 Total views (0)  
Solved Question Paper 2
Pages: 26
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