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Animated concepts of soil mechanics
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, Boston College, United States

Boston College . Awarded

Abstract

With the advent of the personal computer and the Internet, information has become digitally-based and widely available. Educators can benefit from these communication advances and use computer technology to develop a new generation of teaching tools for students. The goal of this thesis is to develop geotechnical education tools compiled on a CD-ROM. For instance, simple, yet realistic examples of stress distribution, 1-dimensional settlement, and 1-dimensional consolidation are incorporated into the CD. The animations are intended to demonstrate, through visuals, the theories behind basic geotechnical engineering concepts.

Citation

Lacz, D.T. Animated concepts of soil mechanics. Master's thesis, Boston College. Retrieved October 18, 2019 from .

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