Advanced Soil Mechanics Third edition

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Advanced Soil Mechanics Third edition


The first edition of this book was published jointly by Hemisphere Publishing

Corporation and McGraw-Hill Book Company of New York with

a 1983 copyright. The second edition had a 1997 copyright and was published

by Taylor and Francis. This edition essentially is designed for readers
at the same level.
Compared to the second edition, following are the major changes

 Chapter 1 has been renamed as “Soil aggregate, plasticity, and classification.”
It includes additional discussions on clay minerals, nature
of water in clay, repulsive potential and pressure in clay, and weight–
volume relationships.
 Chapter 3 has also been renamed as “Stresses and displacements in
a soil mass.” It includes relationships to evaluate displacements in a
semi-infinite elastic medium due to various types of loading in addition
to those to estimate stress.
 Chapter 4 on “Pore water pressure due to undrained loading” has additional
discussions on the directional variation of pore water pressure
parameter A due to anisotropy in cohesive soils.
 Chapter 5 on “Permeability and seepage” has new material to estimate
the coefficient of permeability in granular soil using the Kozeny–
Carman equation. The topics of electroosmosis and electroosmotic
coefficient of permeability have been discussed.
 Solutions for one-dimensional consolidation using viscoelastic model
has been presented in Chapter 6 on “Consolidation”.
Chapter 7 on “Shear strength of soils” has more detailed discussions
on the effects of temperature, anisotropy, and rate of strain on the
undrained shear strength of clay. A new section on creep in soil using
the rate-process theory has been added.
 Chapter 8 has been renamed as “Settlement of shallow foundations.”
More recent theories available in literature on the elastic settlement
have been summarized.
SI units have been used throughout the text, including the problems


ACI DETAILING MANUAL

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ACI DETAILING MANUAL


Increased use of computers has led to sophisticated techniques of structural analysis and has increased manufacturing and fabrication capabilities. This added degree of sophistication has resulted in more complex structures being designed and built with structural members that have long spans, shallow depths, and contain a high percentage of reinforcing steel.



Construction Management

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Construction  Management


The scope of work of a demolition subcontractor is generally fairly easy to write.

Most demolition work consists of getting rid of anything that is not shown to be there

at the end of the project. Despite the simplicity, there still are a few things to keep

in mind.



A SHORT COURSE IN GEOTECHNICAL SITE INVESTIGATION

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A SHORT COURSE IN GEOTECHNICAL SITE INVESTIGATION


A Short Course in Geotechnical Site Investigation is based on University
of Surrey short courses. These courses were designed not only to familiarize
students with the practicalities of geotechnical engineering but also to
refresh the knowledge of practising engineering geologists and civil and
structural engineers.



Site Engineers Manual

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Site Engineers Manual


Site engineers operate in an increasingly technological and legalistic environ-
ment. It is hoped that this book will provide them with a road map to guide them

through that complex journey. Although this book is essentially for site engineers,

some basic design information has been included where appropriate.



Four Practice Exams for PE Civil

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Four Practice Exams for PE Civil


In this book we have presented four Style PE Civil Practice exam to prepare you
for the breadth part of exam. Problems in each specification have been separated.
This way you may concentrate on your area of strength if you want to.



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