# Stability Problems in Geotechnical Engineering

(
Takahashi Akihiro
Takemura Jiro
Kitazume Masaki
)

Thr 1-2Session M112

Credits Lecture:2 Exercise:0 Experiment:0 / code:61034

Update syllabus：2012/11/1

Update lecture notes : 2012/11/1

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- 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