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Publisher:Standard Publishers Distributors
Published In:2005
ISBN-10:8180140288
ISBN-13:9788180140280
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:3.50 lbs
Pages:pp. xiii + 888, Figures, Tables, Map, Graphs, Index, 2 Appendices, References, Acknowledgement

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Contents

Part A. FUNDAMENTALS OF SOIL MECHANICS :
I. INTRODUCTION :
1. Definition of Soil
2. Definition of Soil Mechanics
3. Definition of Soil Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering
4. Scope of Soil Engineering
5. Origin of Soils
6. Formation of Soils
7. Transportation of Soils
8. Major Soil Deposits of India
9. Comparison of Soils with other Materials
10. Limitations of Soil Engineering
11. Terminology of Different Types of Soils
12. Cohesive and Cohesionless Soils
13. Brief History of Soil Engineering

Problems

II. BASIC DEFINITIONS AND SIMPLE TESTS :
1. Introduction
2. Volumetric Relationships
3. Water Content
4. Units
5. Volume Mass Relationship
6. Volume - Weight Relationships
7. Inter-Relation between Mass and Weight Units
8. Specific Gravity of Solids
9. Three - Phase Diagram Inn Terms of Void Ratio
10. Three - Phase Diagram in Terms of Porosity
11. Expressions for Mass Density in Terms of Water Contant
12. Expression for Mass Density in Terms of Water Content
13. Relationship between Dry Mass Density and Percentage Air Voids
14. Water Content Determination
15. Specific Gravity Determination
16. Measurement of Mass Density
17. Determination of Void Ratio, Porosity and Degree of Saturation

Illustrative Examples
Problems

III. PARTICLE SIZE ANALYSIS :
1. Introduction
2. Mechanical Analysis
3. Sieve Analysis
4. Stokes' Law
5. Preparation of suspension for sedimentation analysis
6. Theory of Sedimentation
7. Pipette Method
8. Hydrometer Method
9. Relationship Between Percentage Finer and Hydrometer Reading
10. Limitation of Sedimentation Analysis
11. Combined Sieve and Sedimentation Analysis
12. Particle Size Distribution Curve
13. Uses of Particle Size Distribution Curve
14. Shape of Particles
15. Relative Density
16. Determination of Relative Density

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Problems

IV. PLASTICITY CHARACTERISTICS OF SOILS :
1. Plasticity of Soils
2. Consistency Limits
3. Liquid Limit
4. Cone Penetrometer Method
5. Plastic Limit
6. Shrinkage Limit
7. Alternative Method for determination of shrinkage limit
8. Shrinkage Parameters
9. Plasticity, Liquidity and Consistency Indexes
10. Flow Index
11. Toughness Index
12. Measurement of Consistency
13. Sensitivity
14. Thixotropy
15. Activity of Soils
16. Uses of consistency Limits

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Problems

V. SOIL CLASSIFICATION :
1. Introduction
2. Particle Size Classification
3. Textural Classification
4. AASHTO Classification System
5. Unified soil Classification System
6. Comparison of AASHTO and USC systems
7. Indian Standard Classification System
8. Boundary Classification
9. Field Identification of Soils
10. General Characteristics of Soils of Different Groups

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Problems

VI. CLAY MINERALOGY AND SOIL STRUCTURE :
1. Introduction
2. Gravitational and Surface forces
3. Primary Valence Bonds
4. Hydrogen Bond
5. Secondary Valence Bonds
6. Basic Structural Units of Clay Minerals
7. Isomorphous Substitution
8. Kaolinite Mineral
9. Montmorillonite Mineral
10. Illite Mineral
11. Electrical charges on clay minerals
12. Base Exchange Capacity
13. Diffuse Double Layer
14. Adsorbed Water
15. Soil Structures

Problems

VII. CAPILLARY WATER :
1. Types of Soil Water
2. Surface Tension
3. Capillary Rise in Small Diameter Tubes
4. Capillary Tension
5. Capillary Rise in Soils
6. Soil Suction
7. Capillary Potential
8. Capillary Tension during Drying of Soils
9. Factors Affecting Soil Suction
10. Measurement of Soil Suction
11. Frost Heave
12. Frost Boil
13. Prevention of Frost Action
14. Shrinkage and Swelling of Soils
15. Slaking of Clay
16. Bulking of Sand
17. Capillary Siphoning

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Problems

VIII. PERMEABILITY OF SOIL :
1. Introduction
2. Hydraulic Head
3. Darcy's Law
4. Validity of Darcy's Law
5. Determination of Coefficient of Permeability
6. Constant Head Permeability Test
7. Variable - Head Permeability Test
8. Seepage Velocity
9. General Expression for Laminar Flow
10. Laminar Flow through Porous Media
11. Factors Affecting Permeability of Soils
12. Coefficient of Absolute Permeability
13. Pumping Out Tests
14. Pumping in Tests
15. Coefficient of permeability by Indirect Methods
16. Capillarity - Permeability Test
17. Permeability of Stratified Soil Deposits

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Problems

IX. SEEPAGE ANALYSIS :
1. Introduction
2. Laplace's Equation
3. Stream and Potential Functions
4. Characteristics of Flow Net
5. Graphical Method
6. Electrical Analogy Method
7. Soil Models
8. Plastic Models
9. Flow Net by Solution of Laplace's Equation
10 Flow Net in Earth Dams with a Horizontal Filter
11. Seepage through Earth Dam with Sloping Discharge Face
12. Seepage through Earth Dam with Discharge Angle Less than 30°
13. Seepage through Earth Dam with Discharge Angle Greater than 30°
14. Uses of Flow Net
15. Flow Net for Anisotropic Soils
16. Coefficient of Permeability in an Inclined Direction
17. Flow Net in a Non-homogeneous Soil Mass

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Problems

X. EFFECTIVE STRESS PRINCIPLE :
1. Introduction
2. Effective Stress Principle
3. Nature of Effective Stress
4. Effect of Water Table Fluctuations on Effective Stress
5. Effective Stress in a Soil Mass under Hydrostatic Conditions
6. Increase in Effective Stresses due to surcharge
7. Effective Stresses in Soils Saturated by Capillary Action
8. Seepage Pressure
9. Force Equilibrium in Seepage Problems
10. Effective Stresses under Steady Seepage Conditions
11. Quick Sand Condition
12. Seepage Pressure Approach for Quick Condition
13. Effect of Surcharge on Quick Conditions
14. Failures of Hydraulic Structures by Piping
15. Prevention of Piping Failures
16. Design of Graded Filter
17. Effective Stress in Partially Saturated Soils

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Problems

XI. STRESSES DUE TO APPLIED LOADS :
1. Introduction
2. Stress-Strain Parameters
3. Geostatic Stresses
4. Vertical Stresses Due to Concentrated Loads
5. Horizontal and Shear Stresses Due to Concentrated Loads
6. Isobar Diagram
7. Vertical Stress Distribution on a Horizontal Plane
8. Influence Diagram
9. Vertical Stress Distribution on a Vertical Plane
10. Vertical Stresses Due to a Line Load
11. Vertical Stresses under a Strip Load
12. Maximum Shear Stresses at a Point Under a Strip Load
13. Vertical Stresses under a Circular Area
14. Vertical Stress under Comer of a Rectangular Area
15. Vertical Stress at any Point under a Rectangular Area
16. Newmark's Influence Charts
17. Comparison of Stresses Due to Loads on Areas of Different Shapes
18. Vertical Stresses under Triangular Load
19. Vertical Stress under Trapezoidal Loads
20. Stresses Due to Horizontal Loads
21. Stresses Due to Inclined Loads
22. Westergaard's Solution
23. Fenske's Charts
24. Approximate Methods
25. Contact Pressure Distribution
26. Limitations of Elastic Theories

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Problems

XII. CONSOLIDATION OF SOILS :
1. Introduction
2. Initial, Primary and Secondary Consolidation
3. Spring Analogy for Primary Consolidation
4. Behaviour of Saturated Soils under Pressure
5. Consolidation Test
6. Determination of Void Ratio at Various Load Increments
7. Consolidation Test Results
8. Basic Definitions
9. Terzaghi's Theory of Consolidation
10. Solution of basic Differential Equation
11. Determination of Coefficient of Consolidation
12. Preconsolidation Pressure
13. Causes of Preconsolidation in Soils
14. Final Settlement of a Soil Deposit in the Field
15. Time Settlement Curve
16. Field Consolidation Curve
17. Secondary Consolidation
18. 3-D Consolidation Equation in Cartesian Coordinates
19. 3-D Consolidation Equation in Cylindrical Co-ordinates
20. Sand Drains
21. Effect of Lateral Strain on Consolidation

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Problems

XIII. SHEAR STRENGTH :
1. Introduction
2. Stress System with Principal Planes Parallel to the Coordinate Axes
3. Mohr's Circle
4. Principal Planes Inclined to the Coordinate Axis
5. Stress System with Vertical and Horizontal Planes not Principal Planes
6. Important Characteristics of Mohr's Circle
7. Mohr - Coulomb Theory
8. Revised Mohr- Coulomb equation
9. Different Types of tests and Drainage Conditions
10. Mode of Application of Shear Force
11. Direct Shear Test
12. Presentation of Results of Direct Shear Test
13. Merits and Demerits of Direct Shear Test
14. Triaxial Compression Apparatus
15. Triaxial Tests on Cohesive Soils
16. Triaxial Tests on Cohesionless Soils
17. Merits and Demerits of Triaxial Test
18. Computation of various Parameters
19. Presentation of Results of Triaxial Tests
20. Effect of Consolidation Pressure on Undrained Strength
21. Relationship Between Undrained Shear Strength and Effective Overburden Pressure
22. Unconfined Compression Test
23. Vane Shear Test
24. Pore Pressure Parameters
25. Mohr - Coulomb Failure Criterion
26. Modified Failure Envelope
27. Stress Path
28. Shear Strength of Partially Saturated Soils
29. Hvorslev's Strength Theory
30. Liquefaction of Sands
31. Shear Characteristics of Cohesionless Soils
32. Shear Characteristics of Cohesive Soils
33. Choice of Test Conditions and Shear Parameters

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Problems

XIV. COMPACTION OF SOILS :
1. Introduction
2. Standard Proctor Test
3. Modified Proctor Test
4. Compaction of Sands
5. Jodhpur Mini Compactor Test
6. Harvard Miniature Compaction Test
7. Abbot Compaction Test
8. Factors Affecting Compaction
9. Effect of Compaction on Properties of Soils
10. Methods of Compaction Used in Field
11. Placement Water Content
12. Relative Compaction
13. Compaction Control
14. Vibroflotation Method
15. Terra Probe Method
16. Compaction by Pounding
17. Compaction by Explosives
18. Precompression
19. Compaction Piles
20. Suitability of Various Methods of Compaction

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Problems

XV. SOIL STABILISATION :
1. Introduction
2. Mechanical Stabilisation
3. Cement Stabilisation
4. Lime Stabilisation
5. Bituminous Stabilisation
6. Chemical Stabilisation
7. Thermal Stabilisation
8. Electrical Stabilisation
9. Stabilisation by grouting
10. Stabilisation by Geotoxtile and Fabrics
11. Reinforced Earth

Problems

XVI. DRAINAGE, DE-WATERING AND WELLS :
1. Introduction
2. Interceptor Ditches
3. Single Stage Well Points
4. Multistage Well Points
5. Vacuum Well Points
6. Shallow Well System
7. Deep Well System
8. Horizontal Wells
9. Electro - Osmosis
10. Permanent Drainage After Construction
11. Design of Dewatering Systems
12. Discharge from a Fully Penetrating Slot
13. Discharge from a Partially Penetrating Slot
14. Discharge in a Slot from Both sides
15. Well Hydraulics
16. Terms 'Used in Well Hydraulics
17. Discharge from a Fully Penetrating Well
18. Discharge from a Partially Penetrating Well
19. Interference among Wells
20. Spherical Flow in a Well
21. Discharge from an Open Well
22. Adverse Effects of Drainage

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Problems

Part B. EARTH RETAINING STRUCTURES AND FOUNDATION ENGINEERING :
XVII. SITE INVESTIGATIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Planning a Sub-Surface Exploration Programmes
3. Stages in Sub-surface Explorations
4. Reconnaissance
5. Depth of Exploration
6. Lateral Extent of Exploration
7. Open Excavation Methods of Exploration
8. Borings for Exploration
9. Auger Boring
10. Wash Boring
11. Rotary Drilling
12. Percussion Drilling
13. Core Drilling
14. Types of Soil Samples
15. Design Features Affecting the Sample Disturbance
16. Split - Spoon Samplers
17. Scraper - Bucket Sampler
18. Shelby Tubes and Thin Walled Samplers
19. Piston Samplers
20. Denison Sampler
21. Hand - Carved Samples
22. Standard Penetration Test
23. Cone Penetration Tests
24. In-situ Vane Shear Test
25. In-situ Test Using a Pressure Meter
26. Observation of Ground Water Table
27. Geophysical Methods
28. Seismic Methods
29. Electrical Resistivity Methods
30. Sub - Soil Investigation Reports

Problems

XVIII. STABILITY OF SLOPES :
1. Introduction
2. Basis of Analysis
3. Different Factors of safety
4. Types of Slope Failures
5. Stability of an Infinite Slope of Cohesionless Soils
6. Stability Analysis of an Infinite Slope of Cohesive Soils
7. Wedge Failure
8. Culmann's Method
9. Analysis
10. Friction Circle Method
11. Stability Charts
12. Swedish Circle Method
13. Stability of Slope under Steady Seepage Condition
14. Stability of Slope under Sudden During Construction
15. Stability of Slopes during Construction
16. Bishop's Simplified Method
17. Other Methods of Analysis
18. Improving Stability of Slopes

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Problems

XIX. EARTH PRESSURE THEORIES :
1. Introduction
2. Different types of Lateral Earth Pressure
3. Earth Pressure at Rest
4. Rankine's Earth Pressure Theory
5. Rankine's Earth Pressure when the Surface is Inclined
6. Rankine's Earth Pressure in Cohesive Soils
7. Coulomb's Wedge Theory
8. Coulomb's Active Pressure in Cohesionless Soils
9. Rehbann's Construction for Active Pressure
10. Culmann's Construction for Active Pressure
11. Coulomb's Active Earth Pressure for Cohesive Soils
12. Trial Wedge Method
13. Coulomb's Passive Earth Pressure for Cohesionless Soil
14. Passive Pressure by the Friction Circle Method
15. Determination of Shear Strength Parameters

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Problems

XX. DESIGN OF RETAINING WALLS AND BULKHEADS :
1. Introduction
2. Types of Retaining Walls
3. Principles of the Design of Retaining Walls
4. Gravity Retaining Walls
5. Cantilever Retaining walls
6. Counter fort Retaining Walls
7. Other Modes of Failure of Retaining Walls
8. Drainage from the Backfill
9. Types of Sheet Pile Walls
10. Free Cantilever Sheet Pile
11. Cantilever Sheet Pile in Cohesionless Soils
12. Cantilever Sheet Pile Penetrating Clay
13. Anchored Sheet Pile with Free Earth Support
14. Rowe's Moment Reduction Curves
15. Anchored Sheet Pile with Fixed Earth Support
16. Design of Anchors

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Problems

XXI. BRACED CUTS AND COFFER DAMS :
1. Introduction
2. Lateral Earth Pressure on Sheetings
3. Different Types of Sheeting and Bracing Systems
4. Design of Various Components of Bracing
5. Types of Coffer Dams
6. Design of Cellular Coffer Dams on Rock
7. Design of Cellular Coffer Dams on Soil

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Problems

XXII. SHAFTS, TUNNELS AND UNDERGROUND CONDUITS :
1. Stresses in Soil in the Vicinity of Vertical Shaft
2. Stresses in Soil Around Tunnels
3. Construction of Earth Tunnels
4. Arching in Soils
5. Types of Underground Conduits
6. Ditch conduits
7. Positive Projecting Conduits
8. Negative Projecting Conduits
9. Imperfect Ditch Conduit
10. Tunneled Conduits
11. Loads on Conduits Due to Surface Loads
12. Construction of Conduits

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Problems

XXIII. BEARING CAPACITY OF SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Basic Definitions
3. Gross and Net footing Pressure
4. Rankine's Analysis
5. Hogentogler and Terzaghi's Analysis
6. Prandtl's Analysis
7. Terzaghi's bearing Capacity Theory
8. Types of Shear Failures
9. Ultimate bearing Capacity in Case of Local Shear Failure
10. Effect of Water table on bearing Capacity
11. Bearing Capacity of Square and Circular Footings
12. Meyerhof's Bearing Capacity Theory
13. Hansen's Bearing Capacity Theory
14. Vesic's Bearing Capacity Theory
15. IS Code Method
16. Skempton's Analysis for Cohesive Soils
17. IS Code Method for Cohesive Soil
18. Heave of the Bottom of the Cut in Clay
19. Foundations on Layered Clay
20. Bearing Capacity from Standard Penetration test
21. Eccentrically Loaded Foundations
22. Settlement of Foundations
23. Loads for Settlement Analysis
24. Immediate Settlement of Cohesive Soils
25. Immediate Settlement of Cohesionless Soils
26. Consolidation Settlement in Clays
27. Settlement of Foundations on Cohesionless - Soils
28. Accuracy of Foundation Settlement Prediction
29. Allowable Settlement
30. Allowable Soil Pressure for Cohesionless Soils
31. Allowable Soil Pressure for Cohesive Soils
32. Presumptive bearing Capacity
33. Plate Load Test
34. Housel's Method for Design of Foundation

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Problems

XXIV. DESIGN OF SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS :
1. Types of Shallow foundations
2. Depth of Footings
3. Foundation Loading
4. Principle of Design of Footings
5. Proportioning Footings for Equal Settlement
6. Design of Strip Footings
7. Design of Spread Footings
8. Design of Eccentrically Loaded Spread Footings
9. Combined Footings
10. Rectangular Combined Footings
11. Trapezoidal Footing
12. Strap Footings
13. Principles of Design of Mat Foundations
14. Common Types of Mat Foundation
15. Design Methods for Mat Foundation
16. Conventional Design of Raft Foundations
17. Design of combined footing by Elastic Line Method
18. Finite Difference Method for combined Footings
19. Elastic Plate Method
20. Finite Difference Method for Mats
21. Coefficient of Subgrade Reaction

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Problems

XXV. PILE FOUNDATIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Necessity of Pile Foundation
3. Classification of Piles
4. Pile Driving
5. Construction of Bored Piles
6. Driven Cast - in-situ Concrete Piles
7. Load Carrying Capacity of Piles
8. Static Methods for Driven Piles in Sand
9. Static Method for Driven Piles in Saturated Clay
10. Static Method for Bored Piles
11. Factor of Safety
12. Negative Skin Friction
13. Dynamic Formulae
14. Wave Equation Analysis
15. In-situ Penetration tests for Pile Capacity
16. Pile Load Test
17. Other types of Pile Load test
18. Group Action of Piles
19. Pile Groups in Sand and Gravel
20. Pile Groups in Clay
21. Settlement of Pile Groups
22. Sharing of Loads in a Pile Group
23. Tension Piles
24. Laterally Loaded Piles

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Problems

XXVI. DRILLED PIERS AND CAISSONS :
1. Introduction
2. Drilled Piers
3. Construction of Drilled Piers
4. Advantages and Disadvantages of Drilled Piers
5. Design of open Caissons
6. Construction of open Caissons
7. Pneumatic Caissons
8. Construction of Pneumatic Caissons
9. Advantages and Disadvantages of Pneumatic Caissons
10. Floating Caissons
11. Stability of Floating Caissons
12. Advantages and Disadvantages of Floating Caissons

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Problems

XXVII. WELL FOUNDATIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Different Shapes of Wells
3. Grip Length
4. Forces Acting on the Well Foundation
5. Terzaghi's Analysis
6. Banerjee and Gangopadhyay's Analysis
7. Simplified Analysis for Heavy Wells
8. IRC method
9. Individual Components of the Well
10. Sinking of Wells
11. Measures for Rectification of Tilts and Shifts

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XXVIII. MACHINE FOUNDATIONS :
1. Introduction
2. Types of Machine Foundations
3. Basic Definitions
4. Degree of Freedom of A Block Foundation
5. General Criteria for Design of Machine Foundations
6. Free Vibration
7. Forced Vibration
8. Vibration Analysis of a Machine Foundation
9. Determination of Natural Frequency
10. Design Criteria for Foundations of Reciprocating Machines
11. Reinforcement and Construction Details
12. Weight of Foundation
13. Vibration Isolation and Control

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Problems

XXIX. PAVEMENT DESIGN :
1. Types of Pavements
2. Basic Requirements of Pavements
3. Functions of Different Components of a Pavement
4. Factors Affecting Pavement Design
5. California bearing Ratio Test
6. Design of Flexible Pavements
7. Group Index Method
8. CBR Method
9. California Resistance Value Method
10. McLeod Method
11. Triaxial Test Method
12. Burmister's Method
13. Coefficient of Subgrade Reaction
14. Westergaard's Analysis
15. Temperature Stresses in Rigid Pavements
16. Combined Stresses in Rigid Pavements

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XXX. LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS :
1. To Determine the water Content of a Sample by Ovendrying Method
2. To Determine the water Content of a Soil by Pyonometer Method
3. To Determine the Specific Gravity of Solids by the Density bottle Method
4. To Determine the Specific Gravity of Solids by Pyonometer Method
5. To Determine the Dry Density of the Soil by Core Cutler Method
6. To Determine the in-situ dry Density by the Sand Replacement Method
7. To Determine the Dry Density of a Soil by Water - displacement Method
8. To Determine the Particle Size Distribution of a Soil by Sieving
9. To Determine the Particle Size Distribution by the Hydrometer Method
10. To Determine the Liquid Limit of a Soil Specimen
11. To Determine the Plastic Limit of a Soil Specimen
12. To Determine the Shrinkage Limit of a Specimen of the Remoulded Soil
13. To Determine the Permeability of a Soil Specimen by the Constant - Head Permeameter
14. To Determine the Permeability of a Soil Specimen by the Variable Head Permeameter
15. To Determine the Consolidation Characteristics of a Soil Specimen
16. To Determine the Shear Parameters of a Sandy Soil by Direct Shear Test
17. To Determine the Unconfined Compressive Strength of a Cohesive Soil
18. To Determine the Compaction Characteristic of a Soil Specimen by Proctor's Test
19. To Determine the California bearing Ratio (CBR) of a Soil Specimen

XXXI. INTRODUCTION TO ROCK MECHANICS :
1. Introduction
2. Geological Classification of Rocks
3. Basic Terminology
4. Index Properties of Rocks
5. Unit Weight (or Mass Density)
6. Porosity
7. Permeability
8. Point Load Strength
9. Slaking and Durability
10. Sonic Velocity
11. Classification of Rocks for Engineering Properties
12. Strength Classification of Intact Rocks
13. Laboratory tests for Determination of Strength of Rocks
14. Stress - strain Curves
15. Modes of Failure of Rocks
16. Mohr - Coulomb Criterion for Rocks
17. Shear Strength of Rocks
18. Hardness of Rocks
19. In-situ Stresses in Rocks
20. Measurement of in-situ Stresses

Problems

XXXII. GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING :
1. Introduction
2. History of Earthquakes in India
3. Seismic Zones of India
4. Magnitude of an Earthquake
5. Intensity of Earthquakes
6. Effect of Ground Motion on Structures
7. General Principles of Earthquake - Resistant Design
8. Design Seismic Coefficient
9. Design Seismic Forces
10. Site - Specific Response Spectra
11. Hazards due to Earthquakes
12. Liquefaction Phenomenon
13. Factors Affecting Liquefaction
14. Assessment of Susceptibility of a Soil to Liquefaction
15. Prevention of Liquefaction

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