LO1 Provide an overview on the types of rock, how it is formed and civil engineering
LO2 Provide the classification of soil to current codes of practice
LO3 What are the various soil properties as depicted by the geotechnical procedures
LO4 Draw a proposal to mention the weakness and problems associated with the geotechnical.
In order to extract the potash, it is mandatory to reopen a mine. In past an area near beach which is flat surface used as a logistic centre for mine. This area is above 4m from the sea level. Consider yourself as a worker in this company and is a part of team that is engaged in the preparations of development of mine and also the area of logistics.
- classify the rocks and exert its main features with respect to its formation
- using specific examples, dictate the usage of each type of rock in the construction
- Provide an insight into the Bowen Series of Rocks and how this can be useful for the explanation of weathering characteristics of rocks
- Explain the significant characteristics of rocks in the following situations-
- As the foundation for road
- as facings for the structure
- as aggregate for the concrete
- as building stone
- provide an understanding on the usage of soil as a construction material and also comparative overview with respect to its usage in a dam
- What is the difference between rock mass and the material extracted from the quarry
- In what ways it is depicted in the RQD assessment of rock strength
- brief about the case studies that involve tunnelling and also the problems posed by the discontinuous nature of rock mass
- Provide an understanding on brownfield site and its distinctive feature with respect to other sites
- method for ground survey in the brownfield site and its differentiation from other sites
- Differentiate between disturbed and an undisturbed soil sample
- Which laboratory test can be done only on undisturbed samples
- Show the classification of soils
- establish the use of plastic in classification of soil
- With the use of example, explain the sampling of soil in situ of the measurement of bulk density and also of shear strength.
- What advantages are associated with the situ testing and laboratory
- While doing the soil survey on the site, evaluate the need of soil sampling and what adverse effect can too much or too little sampling can offer
on what basis would you measure the following from an in-situ example-
- soil moisture content
- bulk density
- specific gravity
- How shear strength can have measured in situ and the method used in laboratory. Discuss the limitations of test
- explain the measuring of soil compressibility in laboratory and how important is the time in measurement
- What principle is applied to the California bearing test.
- Explain the measuring of plastic limit and liquid limit in the laboratory and state the results obtained through the test.
- The following results were obtained. Using this compare the reliability and reproducibility of the test to the standard test for plastic limit
|Cone Penetration (mm)||Moisture content(g)||Mass of dry soil (g)||Moisture (percent)|
What problems will be faced in keeping the logistic area dry even at the time of highest tides. This will consider the followings-
- a solution
- brief about the geotechnical weakness associated with the logistics area
- what site survey is needed
- point out the foundations required to support and protect the area.
|LO1 Provide an overview on the types of rock, how it is formed and civil engineering||D1 Provide a critical analysis of the problems caused by the discontinuous nature of rock mass by using specific examples.|
|P1 in context to weathering and weathering processes, explain the types of rock formation and classification. P2 Identify the discontinuous nature of rock mass||M1 Do the evaluation on the usage of rocks and uncemented sediments in context to civil engineering|
|LO2 Provide the classification of soil to current codes of practice|
|P3 with reference to the present codes of practice, demonstrate some methods that is used in the ground and site investigation, soil sampling, soil classification and soil description P4 how the soil classification is done from the soil particle size, types of soil, specific gravity and plasticity indices||M2 Do the evaluation of approaches used in the ground and site investigation and also soil sampling.||D2 for the purpose of infrastructure projects, how important is the site investigation, soil sampling and also the determination of soil properties.|
|LO3 What are the various soil properties as depicted by the geotechnical procedures||LO3 and LO4 D3 in order to inform the development of design proposal, integrate the test data|
|P5 Determine the properties of soil which will also include moisture content, density, specific gravity, shear strength, compressibility, liquid and plasticity indices and California bearing ratios||M3 Do an evaluation on the results obtained from the testing of soil properties|
|LO4 Draw a proposal to mention the weakness and problems associated with the geotechnical.|
|P6 to address the geotechnical problems associated with the embankments, bridge and road foundations for a given site, introduce a design proposal.||M4 Do an evaluation of the approach used to design the proposal for identifying the geotechnical weakness.|