Monday, 10 August 2015

Soil Mechanics Fundamentals by Muni Budhu - Wiley Blackwell - Free Download PDF

SOIL MECHANICS FUNDAMENTALS BY MUNI BUDHU

WILEY BLACKWELL PUBLICATIONS 

FREE DOWNLOAD PDF



ABOUT THE BOOK

                    Soil Mechanics Fundamentals written by Muni Budhu, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics  University of Arizona, USA., is published by John Wiley And Sons. 

                  Author's intent in writing this textbook is to present accessible, clear, concise, and contemporary course content for a first course in soil mechanics to meet the needs of undergraduates not only in civil engineering but also in construction, mining, geological engineering, and related disciplines. 

                   By studying with this textbook, students will acquire a contemporary understanding of the physical and mechanical properties of soils. They will be engaged in the presentation of these properties, in discussions and guidance on the fundamentals of soil mechanics. They will attain the problem-solving skills and background knowledge that will prepare them to think critically, make good decisions, and engage in lifelong learning.




CONTENTS
  1. COMPOSITION AND PARTICLE SIZES OF SOILS
  2. PHASE RELATIONSHIPS, PHYSICAL SOIL STATES AND SOIL CLASSIFICATION
  3. SOIL INVESTIGATION
  4. ONE AND TWO DIMENSIONAL FLOWS OF WATER THROUGH SOILS
  5. SOIL COMPACTION
  6. STRESSES FROM SURFACE LOADS AND THE PRINCIPLE OF EFFECTIVE STRESSES
  7. SOIL SETTLEMENT
  8. SOIL STRENGTH

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