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Geotechnical & Engineering Geology

are two closely related fields within the larger discipline of geology. Geotechnical engineering is concerned with the application of geological and engineering principles to the design, construction, and maintenance of infrastructure and other civil engineering projects. Engineering geology, on the other hand, focuses on the geological factors that influence engineering design and construction.

 

 

geotechnical engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

involves the analysis of soil, rock, and groundwater properties to determine their suitability for specific types of construction projects, such as buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, dams, and mines. This includes assessing the stability of slopes and foundations, determining the characteristics of soil and rock materials, and evaluating the potential for landslides, sinkholes, and other geologic hazards.

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Engineering Geology

on the other hand, involves the study of geologic processes and materials that affect the design and construction of civil engineering projects. This includes analyzing the properties of rock and soil formations, studying the effects of earthquakes, landslides, and other natural hazards, and assessing the potential impact of geologic conditions on infrastructure projects.

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Slope Stability

Slope Stability

Settlement Problems

Settlement Problems

Tunnel Stability

Tunnel Stability

Mapping Soil & Rock Slope

Mapping Soil & Rock Slope

Profiles Landslip Geometry

Profiles Landslip Geometry

Quarry Potential

Quarry Potential

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