The Study of Flexible Pavement in Transportation Engineering with Special Reference to NH-1
Ankush Mittal1, Amandeep Singh2 and Arvind Dewangan3
1, 2 Civil Engineering Department Haryana College of Technology & Management, Kaithal.-136027(Haryana) INDIA.
3 Civil Engineering Department, Haryana College of Technology & Management, Kaithal.-136027(Haryana) INDIA Mob: 0972902564
Geotechnical engineering is an area of civil engineering concerned with the rock and soil that civil engineering systems are supported by. Knowledge from the fields of geology, material science and testing, mechanics, and hydraulics are applied by geotechnical engineers to safely and economically design foundations, retaining walls, and similar structures. Some of the unique difficulties of geotechnical engineering are the result of the variability and properties of soil. Boundary conditions are often well defined in other branches of civil engineering, but with soil, clearly defining these conditions can be impossible. The material properties and behaviour of soil are also difficult to predict due to the variability of soil and limited investigation. This contrasts with the relatively well defined material properties of steel and concrete used in other areas of civil engineering. Soil mechanics, which define the behaviour of soil, is complex due to stress-dependent material properties such as volume change, stress–strain relationship, and strength.
Key Words: 1. Soil Engineering 2.Soil Mechanics 3.Pavement 4.Geotechnical 5.Construction 6.Structure
Sub Area :Geotechnical Engineering
Broad Area :Civil Engineering
International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering
Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages: 1124 - 1130