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CE 4105:Foundation Design

3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: CE 3701 , CE 3708 , and Engineering Standing  
This course deals with design of foundations for buildings and other structures and also for such non-foundation problems as designs of retaining walls, bulkheads, and earth dams; as well as the design of natural slopes and stabilization of soils mechanically and chemically.  This course is designed to provide students in civil engineering with methods of analysis and design for various geotechnical systems.  Topics to be covered include: subsurface investigations; excavations; shallow foundation; deep foundation; design of sheeting and bracing systems; lateral earth pressures and earth retaining structures, slope stability.



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