Basic Principles In Soil & Mechanics E-Learning
Virtual Training in Soil Principles and Mechanics The Soil Principles and Mechanics training course explores the principles that support practice. This course has made it much easier to understand the difficult concepts of soil principles and mechanics by using a simple style in presenting its content. This course teaches the basic concepts and principles contained in the content of mechanics, physics and basic mathematics. The course covers a wide range of practical solutions, essentials and practical examples. Which makes its content much clearer and simpler.
In order to keep this course up to date, the educational resource is provided in the form of the main language, so familiarity with English is recommended to participate in this course.
An extensive course for UG Civil students, PG researchers, research specialists, consultants and geotechnical specialists. This course includes all the basic learning that will be required to perform complex geotechnical tasks in a unified field.
Description of this course:
In this course, the student will be able to understand various topics and terms used in soil mechanics.
This course covers topics related to soil mechanics and gives you various details on various topics.
This course is designed with practical aspects / implementation in mind. The practical aspects covered in this course will be useful for the learner in practicing counseling. And it enhances his career prospects in the long run.
What you will learn in the virtual training course on the principles and mechanics of soil:
- Soil mechanics
- Particle size analysis
- Soil index characteristics
- Soil classification
- Soil density
- Stabilization and shear strength
Who is this course for:
Research researchers, geotechnical consulting engineers, industry specialists, training engineers and faculty members from various institutions can enroll in this course.
Prerequisites of the course on soil principles and mechanics:
Basics of civil engineering mean soil mechanics, engineering mechanics and material strength.