SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
CHAPTER 2 : MAIN
CHARACTERISTICS OF SOUND
PROF. HAMIDI ABDUL AZIZ
Email: [email protected]
CHAPTER 2 OUTCOMES:
At the end of this chapter you will be able to:
Define sound scale in decibel.
Calculate Sou
SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
CHAPTER 3 : IMPACT OF NOISE
AND LEGISLATION ASPECTS
PROF. HAMIDI ABDUL AZIZ
Email: [email protected]
CHAPTER 3 OUTCOMES:
At the end of this chapter you will be able to:
Name at least FOUR (4) types of so
SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
EAP 318/2 NOISE POLLUTION
CONTROL
PROF. HAMIDI ABDUL AZIZ
Email: [email protected]
1
EAP 412/4 NOISE POLLUTION
AND CONTROL
COURSE OUTLINE
2
CHAPTER OUTCOMES ON NOISE
At the end of this subject you will b
STABILITY OF A
RETAINING WALL
Fig. 1 A view of the original ground of the project
Fig. 2 Another view of the original ground of the project
1
2
Retaining wall
3
4
Fig. 3 Piezocone penetration positions: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
5
Piezocone penetration positions
EAH 225/3
HYDRAULICS
DR. NURIDAH SABTU
([email protected])
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES (pt.1)
To understand how flow in open channels differ from
pressurised flow in pipes
Learn different flow regimes in open channels and their
characteristics
Describe uniform flo
EAH 225/3
HYDRAULICS
DR. NURIDAH SABTU
([email protected])
OPEN CHANNEL
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES (pt.1)
To understand how flow in open channels differ from
pressurised flow in pipes
Learn different flow regimes in open channels and their
characteristics
Describ
Example Problem I
This is about an earth bund located over a soft ground. The dimensions of the
bund are given on next page.
You are given the SI data of the location. The CPTU penetration data would give
SPT(N) equivalent numbers. At ground surface and i
Tutorial 1
- Calculus of One Variable -
Solve
1.
Determine if
(i) () = 3 + 5 is a function?
2.
A volleyball is thrown vertically upward from the
ground at = 0 and return to the ground a few
seconds later. Assuming there is no air resistance
during the thr
Tutorial 3
- Calculus of One Variable -
1.
Verify that the function satisfies the rules of Mean
Value Theorem on given interval. Find all values of x
that satisfy the conclusion of the Mean Value
Theorem.
x 1
f (x ) =
, x [1, 3]
2x + 3
2.
Find all values
- Calculus of One Variable Tutorial 2
1.
Evaluate the following limits given that
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
2.
x, x 0
f ( x) x 2 , 0 x 2
8 x, x 2
lim f (x)
x 0
lim f (x)
x 0
lim f (x)
x 1
lim f (x)
(iv)
x 2
(v)
x 2
(vi)
Solve
lim f (x)
lim f (x)
x 2
Evaluate the fo
Tutorial 1_ANS
1.
(i)
(ii)
2.
(i)
3.
(i)
4.
5.
6.
7.
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
A 1-1 relation. Therefore is a function
Pass the vertical line test. So is a function
Domain: cfw_ 0 3
Range = [0, 11.25]
is a function
many-to-1 relation
3s from
Domain
EUM 113/3 - ENGINEERING CALCULUS (SEM 1 -2015/2016)
INTRODUCTION
Lecturer: DR. LOH WEI PING Room: 3.09 (Level 3) Ext.: 6397
OBJECTIVE
This objective of the course is to strengthen the knowledge and fundamental calculus
skills to prepare engineering studen
- Calculus of MultiVariable Tutorial 4
1.
A point moves along the intersection of the elliptic
paraboloid = 5 2 + 4 2 and the plane = 1. At
what rate is changing with respect to when the
point is at (2, 1, 24)?
2.
Calculate
7
and
Solve
using implicit diff
- Calculus of MultiVariable Tutorial 6
1.
Locate all relative maxima, relative minima, and
saddle points, if any.
Solve
(, ) = 2 2 + 8 + 1
2.
Consider the function (, ) = 12 2 7 2 + 6.
Over the unit square 0 1, 0 1.
(a) Find the maximum and minimum values
Unit
prunrrinns
Mix.
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CEMENT
EAS153/3-Civil Engineering Materials
Dr. Megat Azmi Megat Johari
TOPIC OUTCOMES
Able to explain the role of cement;
Able to describe cements production process;
Able to describe the basic chemistry of cement
in term of its compound compositions;
Ab
AGGREGATES FOR
CONCRETE
EAS153/3-Civil
Engineering Materials
Dr. Megat Azmi Megat Johari
Topic Outcomes
Able to explain the important properties of
aggregates and describe their effects on
the properties of concrete in the fresh and
hardened states, as we
EAS153/3-CIVIL ENGINEERING
MATERIALS
Facilitators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Megat Azmi Megat Johari (MAMJ)
Dr. Izwan Johari (IJ)
EAS153/3-Civil Engineering Materials
Course Outcomes
Able to explain the properties, behaviour and
applications of construction materi
MIXING WATER FOR
CONCRETE
EAS153/3- Civil
Engineering Materials
Dr. Megat Azmi Megat Johari
Topic Outcomes
Ability to explain the roles of water in
concrete
Ability to describe the requirements of
water for concrete
Roles of Water
Needed for two purposes:
Weight-volume relationships
(Phase relationships)
BY: MOHD ASHRAF MOHAMAD ISMAIL
Phase relationship of soil
Soils is inherently multiphase material
(generally consists of 3-phases):
Solid phase
Liquid phase
Gaseous phase
It can also be 2-phase material
Soil Mechanics
EAG 245/3
Soil mechanics
3 hours weekly
Wednesday 9.00 10.00 am (DK2)
Friday 10.00 12.00 pm (DK3)
Three lectures:
Dr. Mohd Ashraf Mohamad Ismail (CM)
Dr Mohd Harris Ramli
Prof Nor Azazi Zakaria
Method of assessment
Assignment (30%) Te
Clay mineralogy and its
interaction with water
BY: MOHD ASHRAF MOHAMAD ISMAIL
1
Clay
Pottery
Sculpture
2
Use of clay in High level nuclear
waste disposal
3
FOUNDATION
ON SOFT
MARINE CLAY
4
FOUNDATION
ON SOFT
MARINE CLAY
5
Clay
What are clay size particle
Soil Mechanics
Index properties and grain size
distribution
BY: MOHD ASHRAF MOHAMAD ISMAIL
Index properties
Index properties refers to those properties of a soil that
indicate the type and condition of the soil and provide
a relationship to structural pro
Soil formation and soil types
BY: MOHD ASHRAF MOHAMAD ISMAIL
Origin of soils
The earths crust is composed of soil and rock:
Rock: can be defined as a natural aggregate of
minerals that are connected by strong bonding or
attractive forces
Soil: may be defi