Introductory Geo-engineering – Course Notes

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  • UniversityMonash University
  • AreaEngineering and project management
  • CourseBachelor of Civil Engineering
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  • Authorswgre1
  • Created2011
  • Pages25
  • Approved30 September 2014

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This file contains a summary of course notes from the unit CIV2242: Introductory Geo-engineering at Monash University, Clayton. Topics covered include: geological process, soil and rock classifications, weight-volume relationships and soil stresses, soil shear strength, shallow and deep foundations, as well as pavement design.

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