Course Details
Geotechnical Engineering
Course Code ENBU701
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 7
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This course offers an in-depth exploration of the principles and practices of geotechnical engineering, tailored for students in architecture and construction engineering. It begins with an introduction to topographic surveys and map interpretation. Various rock types are then introduced, followed by a detailed examination of soil formation, soil types, and their engineering properties, such as stress-strain behaviour, permeability, settlement, and consolidation. The course also covers the theory and practical applications of soil compaction in construction. In addition, it addresses different types of slope failures, retaining structures, and foundation systems.
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The course is available as part of the following qualifications.
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  INEXCH1   International Exchange (Inbound)   (INEXCH)
0.00
  SABRD1   Study Abroad   (Study Abroad)
0.00
  ICE1   Individual Course Enrolment   (ICE)
0.00
No requisite courses specified.
  AK3751   Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)   (BE (Hons))
480.00
Timetable
2025Semester 1
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
ENBU701/W101  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
ENBU701/W102  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
ENBU701/W103  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
ENBU701/W104  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
ENBU701/W105  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
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