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Engineering Geology - CE6301

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY


-> Scope Of Geology In Civil Engineering
-> Branches Of Geology
-> Physical Geology: Weathering
-> Landform And Process Associated With Wind
-> Ground Water
-> Explain The Causes, Classification Of Earthquake
-> Symmetry and Crystallographic axis
-> Isometric, Hexagonal and Monoclinic system
-> Twinning and types of twin and common twin laws
-> Classification and formation of coal
-> Important Question And Answer: Civil - Engineering Geology - Physical Geology

MINEROLOGY


-> Mineralogy: Physical Properties Of Minerals
-> Monoclinic System
-> Quartz Group
-> Felspar Group
-> Pyroxenes Group
-> Amiphoble Group
-> Hornblende
-> Mica Group
-> Important Question And Answer: Civil - Engineering Geology - Mineralogy
-> Notes on Crust, Mantle, Core, Stratosphere and Atmosphere
-> Weathering and its significance in engineering construction
-> Geological work of wind
-> Hydraulic action, Cavitation, Abrasion, Attrition and Corrosion

PETROLOGY


-> Igneous Rocks
-> Textures Of Igneous Rocks
-> Types of Textures
-> Forms Of Igneous Rocks
-> Important Igneous Rocks
-> Briefly Explain About Sedimentary Rocks
-> Important Sedimentary Rocks
-> Limestones
-> Dolomite
-> Sedimentary rocks: Coals
-> Iron Ores of Sedimentary Origin
-> Metamorphic Rocks
-> Classification Of Metamorphic Rocks
-> Important Metamorphic Rocks
-> Important Question And Answer: Civil - Engineering Geology - Petrology

STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICAL METHODS


-> Geology: Outcrop
-> Structural Geology: Folds
-> Structural Geology: Parts of Folds
-> Classification Of Folds
-> Causes Of Folding
-> Structural Geology: Fault And Faulting
-> Structural Geology: Joints And Jointing
-> Geophysical Investigations
-> Seismic Methods
-> Geophysical Method: Gravitational Methods
-> Geophysical Method: Magnetic Methods
-> Important Question And Answer: Civil - Engineering Geology - Structural Geology And Geophysical Method

APPLICATION OF GEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS


-> Geological Conditions Necessary For Construction Of Dams
-> Geological Characters For Investigation
-> Tunnels
-> Assessment Of Environmental Hazards
-> Geological Considerations In Tunnelling
-> Application Of Geological Investigations: Folding
-> Application Of Geological Investigations: Faulting
-> Application Of Geological Investigations: Roads And Highways
-> Application Of Geological Investigations: Road Cut
-> Application Of Geological Investigations: Weathering
-> Important Question And Answer: Civil - Engineering Geology - Application Of Geological Investigations

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