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The exhaustive list of topics in Foundation Engineering in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Soil exploration
  • Analysis and interpretation of soil exploration data
  • Estimation of soil parameters for foundation design.
  • Shallow Foundations :
    • Methods for bearing capacity estimation
    • Total and differential settlements of footing and raft
    • Code provisions. 
    • Design of individual footings
    • Strip footing
    • Combined footing
    • Rigid and flexible mat
    • Buoyancy raft
    • Basement raft
    • Underpinning.
  • Pile Foundations :
    • Estimation load carrying capacity of single and pile group under various loading conditions.
    • Pile load testing (static, dynamic methods and data interpretation)
    • Settlement of pile foundation
    • Code provisions
    • Design of single pile and pile groups
    • Pile caps.
  • Well Foundations :
    • Types
    • Components
    • Construction methods
    • Design methods (Terzaghi, IS and IRC approaches)
    • Check for stability
    • Base pressure
    • Side pressure and deflection.
  • Retaining Walls : 
    • Types (types of flexible and rigid earth retention systems: counter fort gravity
    • Diaphragm walls
    • Sheet pile walls
    • Soldier piles and lagging
    • Support systems for flexible retaining walls (struts, anchoring)
    • Construction methods
    • Stability calculations
    • Design of flexible and rigid retaining walls
    • Design of cantilever and anchored sheet pile walls.
  • Soil-Foundation Interaction :
    • Idealized soil
    • Foundation and interface behavior.
    • Elastic models of soil behavior
    • Elastic-plastic and time dependent behavior of soil.
    • Beams and plates on elastic foundation
    • Numerical analysis of beams and plates resting on elastic foundation.
  • Reinforced Earth :
    • Geotechnical properties of reinforced soil
    • Shallow foundation on soil with reinforcement
    • Retaining walls with reinforcements
    • Design considerations.