5386 Engineering Geol- Doser_ Spr 06

5386 Engineering Geol- Doser_ Spr 06 - Syllabus Fall 1996...

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Fall 1996 Syllabus Number and Title: Instructor: Lecture period: Office hours: Engineering Geology: Course Description: Prerequisite: Textbook: Grading: Exam Dates: Math requirements: Presentation: Field Trips: GEOL 3586 Engineering Geology (3-0) Gregory C. Ohlmacher Office: Rm. 401A Phone: 747 - 5 168 E - mail: ohlmac @ geo.utep.edu Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 - 10:20 am Wednesday & Thursday 4:00 - 5:30 pm or by appointment The application of the geological sciences to engineering practice, to assure that the geologic factors affecting the location, design, and construction of engineering works are recognized and adequately provided for. (AGI Dic - tionary of Geology) Introduction to the application of geologic fundamentals to geotechnical engineering and the analysis of geologic processes using continuum me - chanics. Geologic and engineering aspects of geologic hazards are high - lighted. GEOL 4323 Structural Geology or GEOL 3321 Geology for Engineers Johnson, R. and DeGraff, J. 1988. Principles of Engineering Geology. J. Wiley and Sons, New York, 497 pp.
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