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|Soil Mechanics 3rd Edition by R. Whitlow
In this post i am going to share with you a book that contains all the basics that is required for geotechnical engineering which is a branch of civil engineering dealing with investigating the soil and doing the calculations related to soil mechanics.
The book contains in-depth basic knowledge of every thing related to soil, tests, definitions, articles etc.
Title of the Book
Basic Soil Mechanics
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Chapter 1 Origins and composition of soil
Chapter 2 Classification of soils for engineering purposes
Chapter 3 Basic physical properties of soils
Chapter 4 Water in soil: Occurrence and effects
Chapter 5 Water in soil: Permeability and seepage
Chapter 6 Stresses and strains in soils
Chapter 7: Measurement of shear strength
Chapter 8 Earth pressure and retaining walls
Chapter 9: Stability of slopes
Chapter 10: Soil compressibility and settlement
Chapter 11: Bearing capacity of foundations
Chapter 12: Site investigations and in-situ testing
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