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  • Soil composition and soil structure:
    • Soil formation
    • Types of soils and their characteristics
    • Particle sizes and shape their impact on engineering properties.
    • Soil structure
    • Clay mineralogy
    • Soil-air-water interaction
    • Consistency
    • Soil compaction
    • Concept of effective stress.
  • Permeability and Seepage:
    • Permeability
    • Seepage force and effective stress during seepage.
    • Laplace equations of fluid flow for 1-D, 2-D and 3D seepage
    • Flow nets
    • Anisotropic and non-homogeneous medium
    • Confined and Unconfined seepage.
  • Compressibility and Consolidation:
    • Stresses in soil from surface loads
    • Terzagahi's 1-D consolidation theory
    • Application in different boundary conditions
    • Ramp loading.
    • Determination of Coefficient of consolidation cv
    • Normally and Overconsolidated soils
    • Compression curves
    • Secondary consolidation.
    • Radial consolidation
    • Settlement of compressible soil layers and Methods for accelerating consolidation settlements.
  • Stress-strain relationship and Shear strength of soils: 
    • Stress state
    • Mohr's circle analysis and Pole
    • Principal stress space
    • Stress paths in p-q space
    • Mohr-coulomb failure criteria and its limitations
    • Correlation with p-q space.
    • Stress-strain behaviour: Isotropic compression and pressure dependency
    • Confined compression
    • Large stress compression
    • Definition of failure
    • Interlocking concept and its interpretations
    • Drainage conditions.
    • Triaxial behaviour
    • Stress state and analysis of UC, UU, CU, CD, and other special tests
    • Stress paths in triaxial and octahedral plane
    • Elastic modulus from triaxial tests.
  • Stability of Slopes:Stability analysis of a slope and finding critical slip surface.
    • Sudden Draw down condition
    • Effective stress and total stress analysis.
    • Seismic displacements in marginally stable slopes.
    • Reliability based design of slopes
    • Methods for enhancing stability of unstable slopes.
  • Buried Structures:
    • Load on Pipes
    • Marston's load theory for rigid and flexible pipes
    • Trench and Projection conditions
    • Minimum cover
    • Pipe floatation and Liquefaction.
  •  Geotechnical Physical Modeling:
    • Physical modeling methods.
    • Application of centrifuge modeling and its relevance to geotechnical engineering.
    • Centrifuge modeling of geotechnical structures.