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Civil Engineering

Civil engineering encompasses all those work that involves construction, maintenance and innovative design of different aspects and things like bridges, canals, buildings and more.

In our video lectures, we will take you through the different steps which are involved in civil engineering. Some of the important lectures which we will be dealing with are as follows.
- Structural dynamics: how to find the apt structure design for the equipments
- Seismic analysis of the different structures: this is important to ensure that the foundation which is laid is efficient and free of flaws.
- Use of probability in civil engineering: it forms one of the core concepts which are used extensively.
- Soil dynamics: no doubt, the texture of the soil is crucial for laying down the foundation.
- Advanced hydraulics: one has to be mindful of the type of water system which is used and the way it is set up as well.

This is not all as our video lectures will take you through a lot more details. We believe that civil engineering is one such area which needs thorough knowledge and by offering the best lectures and tutorials; we aim at educating people about the same.

We will explore further details and those who choose to go through the details of all the video tutorials will be able to refine their knowledge in an apt manner. Be all set to learn about stochastic hydrology, transportation engineering, fluid engineering and more. With these tutorials, civil engineers will be able to polish their expertise in their field of operation.

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UC Berkeley Fall 2014
Introduction to earthquakes, their causes and effects. General discussion of basic principles and methods of seismology and geological tectonics, distribution of earthquakes i
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Basics:Prologue � Introduction to the course - Science, Engineering and Technology of Materials;Microstructure:Atomic Bonding - Structure of Solids - Movement of Atoms - Dev
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INTRODUCTION: Ground water utilization & historical background, ground water in hydrologic cycle, ground water budget, ground water level fluctuations & environmental influenc
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Introduction to Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering:Scope and objective; Nature and types of earthquake loading; Importance of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering;Basics of Vi
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Applications of the principles of soil mechanics to problems of earth dam, slopes, embankments, flexible retaining structures, Rigid and flexible retaining structures,Braced c
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Introduction and course overview - Constituents of concrete - Admixtures in concrete - mineral and chemical - Hydration of cement - Basic properties of concrete - Proportionin
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Introduction:Need for Ground Improvement, Different types of problematic soils, Emerging trends in ground Improvement - Mechanical stabilization:Shallow and deep compaction re
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Water and Wastewater Quantity Estimation - Population forecast; Water demand for various purposes; Estimation of wastewater quantity; Variation in quantity of water and wastew
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Seismology- tectonic plates, causes of earthquake, soil effects, seismic hazard analysis;Earthquake inputs - spectrums, PSDFs, design spectrum, predictive relationship; Respon
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Contents: Cement : Production, composition, and properties; cement chemistry; Types of cements; special cements. Aggregates : Mineralogy; properties, tests and standards.
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Contents: Background of reinforced earth, mechanism and concepts, Basis of reinforced earth wall design - Geosynthetics classifications, functions, applications, raw material
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Introduction, soil exploration, analysis and interpretation of soil exploration data, estimation of soil parameters for foundation design - Shallow Foundations :Methods for be
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Introduction to Soil Mechanics:Index properties, 1-d consolidation theory , direct shear tests: Theory and application - Triaxial tests:Triaxial (static and cyclic) and simple
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Contents: Introduction : Historical background of reinforced soil, Principles of reinforced soil through Mohr circle analysis. Different types of geosynthetics : Types of ge
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Contents: Introduction : Role of Probability in Civil Engineering Problems; Examples. Random Events : Definition of basic random events; Application of set theory in definit
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Contents: Introduction : Scope and objective; Nature and types of dynamic loading; Importance of soil dynamics Vibration theory : Vibration of elementary systems; Degrees
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Contents: Introduction : Types of dynamic loads - Basic background of methods available and motivation for structural dynamics. Dynamics of Single Degree-of-Freedom Structur
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Approximate solution of boundary value problems-Methods of weighted residuals, Approximate solution using variational method, Modified Galerkin method, Boundary conditions and
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INTRODUCTION : Hydrologic cycle, water budget equation, world water quantities, residence time, systems concept, transfer function operators, hydrologic model classification -
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