Description

Prerequisites: CE 123 and CE 123L, CE 125, and CE 134. Covers introduction to programming, principles of finite element method, and principles of probabilistic methods in geotechnical engineering. Students apply various numerical methods in geotechnical applications (e.g., slope stability, seepage, consolidation) by developing numerical programs and using existing FEM software. Enrollment Requirements: Course/section open only to post-baccalaureate students.

Credits

3

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Recent Semesters

Fall 2019, Fall 2017

Offered

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Avg. Class Size

30

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1