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NPTEL: Earth Sciences For Civil Engineering Part - I & II

The course introduces the student to basic principles of geosciences, geological hazards and their applications in civil engineering. The first 4-week modules of this course will help the student to have better understanding towards interior of the earth, earth system and its process. The next 4 week modules will cover geological hazards and environmental impact, active faults and its related hazard in India, importance of geological structures in dams and tunnels, fluvial geomorphology and ground water, tsunami, landslide and flood hazard, mapping, monitoring and management of hazards.

Syllabus

Week 1 :Introduction to Geosciences in Civil Engineering,Introduction to Geosciences in Civil Engineering,Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift,Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift,Rock-forming Minerals and their properties
Week 2 :Rock-forming Minerals and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their properties
Week 3 :Seismology and the internal Structure of the Earth,Seismology and the internal Structure of the Earth,Geological Structure Geological Structures,Geological Structures
Week 4 : Introduction to Geological Hazards,Introduction to Geological Hazards,Introduction to Geological Hazards, Environmental impacts of Geological hazards,Environmental impacts of Geological hazards
Week 5 : Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults Mapping and Applications,Active faults Mapping and Applications
Week 6 :Tsunami and related hazard,Tsunami and related hazard,Tsunami and related hazard,Landslide and Subsidence, Landslide and Subsidence
Week 7 : Landslide and Subsidence,Flood and related hazard,Flood and related hazard,Flood and related hazard,Groundwater
Week 8 : Applications of Earth Sciences in Civil Engineering,Applications of Earth Sciences in Civil Engineering,Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Rivers,Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Dams, Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Tunnels
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Provider NPTEL
Language English
Certificates Paid Certificate Available
Calendar 8 weeks long

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