Soil Mechanics

Soil Mechanics Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IOE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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Created by Mero School Last updated Mon, 17-May-2021 Nepali
What will i learn?
  • Student will be familiar with Soil Mechanics and will be able to secure good marks in IOE Exams.

Curriculum for this course
180 Lessons 20:11:12 H:M:S
1.Introduction to Course
1 Lessons 00:08:55 H:M:S
  • 1. Introduction to soil mechanics 00:08:55 Free
  • 1. Introduction 00:04:53 Free
  • 2. Geotechnical problems in civil engineering and infrastructure development 00:09:39 Free
  • 3. Historical development of soil mechanics 00:05:09
  • 4. Soil formation and types 00:06:28
  • 5. Exam questions 00:07:11
  • 1. Soil-water-air relation Part 1 00:07:07
  • 2. Soil-water-air relation Part 2 00:04:33
  • 3. Soil-water-air relation Part 3 00:06:03
  • 4. Important relations 00:10:14
  • 5. Numerical 1 based on soil-water-air relation 00:07:16
  • 6. Numerical 2 based on soil-water-air relation 00:06:34
  • 1. Soil identification and classification 00:09:48
  • 2. Textural 00:06:36
  • 3. AASHTO 00:08:51
  • 4. USCS 00:18:55
  • 5. ISSCS 00:06:45
  • 6. BSCS, MIT classification system and 3.4 application of soil classification system 00:06:42
  • 1. Soil structure and clay minerals 00:12:35
  • 1. Introduction 00:06:13
  • 2. Laboratory tests of soil compaction 00:05:04
  • 3. Zero air void lines 00:04:21
  • 4. Factors affecting compaction 00:04:33
  • 5. Structure and engineering behavior of compacted clay 00:07:23
  • 6. Compaction specification 00:03:01
  • 7. Field control 00:03:59
  • 8. Numerical 1 00:05:45
  • 1. Introduction 00:05:46
  • 2. Capillary phenomenon 00:06:45
  • 3. Effective stress 00:07:35
  • 4. Case 1 (submerged condition) 00:04:31
  • 5. Case 2 (partially submerged condition) 00:04:29
  • 6. Case 3 (effect of surcharge) 00:03:53
  • 7. Case 4 (effect of capillary rise) 00:04:53
  • 8. Numerical on effective stress 00:13:53
  • 9. Permeability of soil 00:04:34
  • 10. Laboratory methods of determination of coefficient of permeability 00:04:24
  • 11. Numerical on laboratory methods 00:06:57
  • 12. Pumping out test for unconfined aquifer 00:06:41
  • 13. Pumping out test for confined aquifer 00:03:56
  • 14. Numerical on field test 00:04:18
  • 15. Pumping in test 00:02:24
  • 16. Permeability of stratified soil 00:02:23
  • 17. Types of head and seepage forces 00:04:51
  • 18. No flow condition 00:04:48
  • 19. Downward flow condition 00:04:41
  • 20. Upward flow condition and quick sand condition 00:06:43
  • 21. Numerical on seepage flow 00:13:07
  • 1. Course content of chapter 7 00:02:58
  • 2. Introduction 00:03:00
  • 3. Two dimensional flow Laplace's equation 00:06:03
  • 4. Flow net 00:07:37
  • 5. Application of flow net 00:07:36
  • 6. Numerical on flow net 00:07:57
  • 7. Seepage through unconfined soils 00:02:23
  • 1. Course content of chapter 8 00:02:31
  • 2. Introduction 00:03:47
  • 3. Boussinesq's equation 00:10:28
  • 4.1. Westergaard's equation 00:05:04
  • 4.2. Comparison of IB and IW 00:02:53
  • 5. Isobar diagrams 00:06:07
  • 6. Vertical stress distribution on hz. plane 00:03:17
  • 7. Vertical stress distribution on v. plane 00:03:20
  • 8. Vertical Stress beneath loaded areas 00:11:15
  • 9. Numerical on line load 00:03:43
  • 10. Vertical stress due to strip load (point below center of strip) 00:09:17
  • 11. Vertical stress due to strip load (point not below center of strip) 00:05:50
  • 12. Numerical on strip load 00:08:40
  • 13. Vertical stress due to loaded circular area 00:08:19
  • 14. Numerical on loaded circular area 00:05:19
  • 15. Vertical stress due to uniformly loaded rectangular area 00:08:20
  • 16. Numerical on uniformly loaded rectangular area 00:07:51
  • 17. Newmark's Influence Chart 00:09:23
  • 18. Approxiamate stress distribution method 00:06:31
  • 19. Numerical on approxiamate method 00:04:23
  • 1. Course content of chapter 9 00:03:03
  • 2. Introduction 00:04:09
  • 3. Contact pressure and settlement profile 00:03:35
  • 4. Fundamentals of consolidation 00:04:20
  • 5. Terzaghi's Spring Analogy 00:05:51
  • 6. 1-Dimensional consolidation test 00:03:33
  • 7. Void ratio-pressure plot 00:07:17
  • 8. Normally consolidated and over consolidated soil 00:04:21
  • 9. Determination of pre-consolidation pressure 00:03:39
  • 10. Field consolidation curve for normally consolidated clay 00:05:37
  • 11. Field consolidation curve for over consolidated soil 00:05:35
  • 12. Compression index and swell index 00:07:31
  • 13. Calculation of settlement from 1D-Consolidation 00:12:18
  • 14. Secondary consolidation settlement 00:05:03
  • 15. Numerical 1 on consolidation settlement 00:05:31
  • 16. Numerical 2 on consolidation settlement 00:08:04
  • 17. Time Rate of consolidation 00:13:29
  • 18. Solution of basic differential equation of consolidation 00:11:49
  • 19. Logarithm of time fitting method 00:06:24
  • 20. Square root of time fitting method 00:05:21
  • 21. Calculation of consolidation settlement under a foundation 00:02:49
  • 22. Methods of accelerating consolidation settlement 00:05:44
  • 23. Numerical 00:08:16
  • 24. Numerical 00:03:29
  • 1. Introduction 00:05:44
  • 2. Mohr-Coulomb Failure Criteria 00:04:54
  • 3. Inclination of Plane of Failure Caused by Shear 00:10:30
  • 4. Mohr_s Circle 00:03:34
  • 5. Proof for Mohr_s Circle 00:06:09
  • 6. Relation between major and minor principal stress 00:07:50
  • 7. Laboratory tests for determining shear strength 00:04:32
  • 8. Direct Shear Test 00:06:15
  • 9. General Tri-axial Shear Test 00:05:46
  • 11. Unconfined Compression Test on Saturated Clay 00:05:28
  • 12. Stress Path 00:04:13
  • 13. Vane Shear Test 00:07:44
  • 14. Emperical relation between Cu and effective overburden pressure 00:02:24
  • 15. Shear strength of unsaturated or partially saturated clays 00:05:32
  • 16. Shear strength of sand 00:05:33
  • 17. Numerical 1 00:05:42
  • 18. Numerical 2 00:07:42
  • 19. Numerical 3 00:08:24
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:00
  • 2. Infinite slopes and translation slides 00:04:20
  • 3. Types of Slope failure 00:04:35
  • 4. Factor of safety 00:07:29
  • 5. Stability analysis of infinite slopes 00:10:58
  • 6. Infinite Slopes with steady state seepage 00:09:13
  • 7. Finite Slopes 00:04:06
  • 8. Analysis of finite slopes 00:02:49
  • 9. Mass procedure-slopes in homogenous clay 00:09:41
  • 10. method of slices 00:10:39
  • 11. Location of the most critical circle 00:07:24
  • 12. Friction Circle Method 00:10:54
  • 13. Taylor's Stability Number 00:04:23
  • 14. Simplified Bishop Method 00:09:26
  • 15. Stability Coefficients 00:04:09
  • 16. Numerical 1 00:07:13
  • 17. Numerical 2 00:05:30
  • 1. Question No.1 00:02:05
  • 2. Question No.2 00:08:18
  • 3. Question No.3 00:09:02
  • 4. Question No.4 00:02:49
  • 5. Question No.5 00:07:22
  • 6. Question No.6 00:14:40
  • 7. Question No.7 00:05:55
  • 8. Question No.8 00:09:11
  • 9. Question No.9 00:08:22
  • 10. Question no.10 00:07:49
  • 11. Question No.11 00:04:18
  • 1. Question No. 1 00:02:28
  • 2.1 Question No 2.a. and 2.b 00:06:52
  • 2.2 Question No. 2.c 00:06:31
  • 3. Question No.3 00:06:30
  • 4. Question No. 4 00:02:29
  • 5. Question No. 5 00:05:28
  • 6. Question No. 6 00:09:46
  • 7. Question No. 7 00:11:06
  • 8.1 Question No. 8a. and 8b- 00:06:44
  • 8.2 Question No. 8c 00:07:25
  • 9. Question No.9 00:11:56
  • 10. Question No.11 00:11:14
  • 11. Question No. 11 00:03:42
  • 1. Question No.1 00:02:32
  • 2. Question No.2 00:10:31
  • 3. Question No.3 00:07:04
  • 4. Question No.4 00:04:09
  • 5. Question No.5 00:06:30
  • 6. Question No.6 00:15:13
  • 7. Question No.7 00:11:25
  • 8. Question No.8 00:07:59
  • 9. Question No.9 00:17:11
  • 10. Question No.10 00:05:12
  • 11. Question No.11 00:06:23
  • 1. Question No. 1 00:01:51
  • 2. Question No. 2 00:05:27
  • 3. Question No.3 00:06:21
  • 4. Question No. 4 00:02:47
  • 5. Question No.5 00:11:04
  • 6. Question No.6 00:11:14
  • 7. Question No.7 00:15:30
  • 8. Question No.8 00:11:39
  • 9. Question No.9 00:10:03
  • 10. Question No.10 00:05:12
  • 11. Question No.11 00:06:23
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    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course tries to cover all the basics of Soil Mechanics. This course also comprises with solution of most frequently asked questions in final exam of BE with numerical. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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