Geotechnical Problem Solving

Geotechnical Problem Solving 

John C. Lommler

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Engineering problems involving geotechnical issues are difficult to solve, primarily because geotechnical parameters are difficult to measure, difficult to characterize, and difficult to analyze. Some of the geotechnical difficulty comes from spatial variability in a large volume of soil on a building site. Some of the geotechnical problems are due to the correlating field and/or laboratory measurements to the soil parameters required for analysis, and some of the problems are associated with limitations of analysis methods.

Content :
  • General Topics
  • Geotechnical Topics
  • Foundations
  • Retaining Structures – Lateral Loads
  • Geotechnical LRFD
  • Closing

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