CEGR 8251 - Foundation Engineering
Methodologies for analysis and design of deep foundations including different construction layouts and configurations (e.g., single and group piles), different installation techniques (e.g., driven, drilled, ACIP, etc.), different loading conditions (e.g., axial compression, axial tension, lateral, general loading, etc), different design approaches (e.g., allowable stress design - ASD, and load and resistance factor design - LRFD), among other topics; New emerging technologies, construction and inspection aspects and their implications on deep foundation design, and other topics.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Permission of department.
Prerequisite(s): CEGR 3278
Cross-listed Course(s): CEGR 6251
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