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Stability Problems in Geotechnical Engineering
( takahashi akihiro  takemura jiro  kitazume masaki  )


Thr 1-2Session M112

Credits  Lecture:2  Practice:0  Experiment:0 / code:61034
Update : 2012/11/1
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Fall Semester

Outline of lecture
The lecture focuses on fundamentals of analysis methods, including soil-water coupled finite element analysis, for stability problems in geotechnical engineering. The lecture also covers recent topics in geotechnical earthquake engineering problems, underground construction and soil improvement.
Purpose of lecture
The lecture focuses on fundamentals of analysis methods, including soil-water coupled finite element analysis, for stability problems in geotechnical engineering. The lecture also covers recent topics in geotechnical earthquake engineering problems, underground construction and soil improvement.
Plan of lecture
1. Introduction (AT)
2. Soil behaviour and modelling 1 (AT)
3. Soil behaviour and modelling 2 (AT)
4. Soil behaviour and modelling 3 (AT)
5. Governing equations for soil-water coupled problems 1 (AT)
6. Governing equations for soil-water coupled problems 2 (AT)
7. Finite element modelling 1 (AT)
8. Finite element modelling 2 (AT)
9. Finite element modelling 3 (AT)
10. Geotechnical earthquake engineering problems 1 (AT)
11. Geotechnical earthquake engineering problems 2 (AT)
12. Geotechnical earthquake engineering problems 3 (AT)
13. Underground construction (JT)
14. Soil improvements & reinforcement (MK)
15. Site visit (JT & AT)
16. Final examination
Textbook and reference
Handouts on each topic will be provided by lectures.
Related and/or prerequisite courses
None
Evaluation
Attendance, Assignments & Examination

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