An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering
A descriptive, elementary introduction to geotechnical engineering - with applications to civil engineering practice. *focuses on the engineering classification, behavior, and properties of soils necessary for the design and construction of foundations and earth structures. *introduces vibratory and dynamic compaction, the method of fragments, the Schmertmann procedure for determining field compressibility, secondary compression, liquefaction, and an extensive use of the stress path method.
Specifications of An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering
|Author||Robert D. Holtz, William D. Kovacs|
|Number Of Pages||733|
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