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Geotechnical Engineering - GTE

Course: B.Tech / BEGroup: Geotechnical Engineering
Geotechnical engineering
Origin of Soil
Particle Size Analysis
Clay Mineralogy & Soil structure
Soil Classification
Permeability of soil
Seepage analysis
Effective stress principle
Shear Strength
Geo-technical engineering
Soil as Three Phase System
Void Ratio, Porosity and Degree of Saturation
Density Index and Relative Compaction
Functional Relationships – 1
Functional Relationships – 2
Packing of Uniform Spheres
Water Content
Sieve Analysis
Sedimentation Analysis
Pipette Method
Hydrometer Method
Particle Size Distrubution Curve
Consistency of Soils
Determination of Liquid and Plastic Limits
Shrinkage Limit
Determination of in-situ Density
Activity of Clays
Sensitivity and Thixotropy of Clays
Collapsible Soils
Specific Surface
Particle Size Classification
Textural Classification
Unified Soil Classification
Indian Standard Classification
Soil Structure
Solid Particles in Soil
Atomic and Molecule Bonds
Interparticle Force in a Soil Mass
Single Grained and Honey Comb Structure
Flocculent and Dispersed Structures
Clay Minerals
Modes of Occurences of Water in Soil
Capillary Water
Shrinkage and Swelling of Soil
Slaking of Clay and Bulking of Sand
Frost Action
Darcys Law
Discharge Velocity and Seepage Velocity
Validity of Darcy’s Law
Poiseuille’s Law
Factors Affecting Permeability
Determination of Coefficient of Permeability
Constant and Falling Head Permeability Test
The Jodhpur Permeameter
The Capillarity-Permeability Test
Permeability of Stratified Soil Deposits
Steady Flow to a Well : Dupuits Theory
Pumping In and Pumping Out Tests – 1
Pumping In and Pumping Out Tests – 2
Interference among Wells
Recuperation Test
Capillary Siphoning
Head, Gradient and Potential
Seepage Pressure and Upward Flow – 1
Seepage Pressure and Upward Flow – 2
Two Dimensional Flow : Laplace Equation
Application of Flow Net
Seepage through Anisotropic Soil
Phreatic Line of an Earth Dam
Phreatic Line of an Earth Dam with No Filter
Khoslas Theory
Shallow and Deep Well System
Vacuum and Electro-osmosis Method
Well Point System
Protective Filters
Seepage Analysis
State of Stress at a Point
Equilibrium Equations
Strain Components and Compatibility Equations
Boundary Condition Equations
Generalised Hooke’s Law
Stresses due to Self Weight
Boussinesq Equations
Pressure Distribution Diagrams
Vertical Pressure – 1
Vertical Pressure – 2
Equivalent Point Load Method
Newmark’s Influence Chart
Contact Pressure
Triangular Loadings
Consolidation Process – 1
Consolidation Process – 2
Consolidation Process – 3
Consolidation Process – 4
Consolidation of Undisturbed Specimen
Laboratory Consolidation Test
Determination of Coefficient of Consolidation-1
Determination of Coefficient of Consolidation-2
Consolidation Equation in Polar Coordinates
Consolidation Problems – 1
Consolidation Problems – 2
Consolidation Problems – 3
Compaction Introduction
Standard Proctor Test
Field Compaction Test
Factors Affecting Compaction
Effect of Compaction on Soil Properties
Mohrs Stress Circle
Mohr – Coulomb Failure Theory
Direct Shear Test
Tri Axial Compression Test
Unconfined Compression Test
Shear Strength of Cohesive Soil
Geotechnical Engineering