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Course Descriptions

Degree program: Civil Egineering, Curriculum 2014

Course: ССС-3 Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology

Faculty: Department of Low-rise Construction

Lecturers:
Prof. Dr. Eng. Georgi Frangov - office@stiv88.com

Contact hours: 75h, 45h lectures, 30h seminars

Self-study hours: 0h,

Assessment: written examination

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 1, semester 1, lectures 3.0h, seminars 2.0h

ECTS - 6

Main Topics: Genesis, structure and properties of rock-forming minerals, magmatic, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Influence of endogenous processes on the conditions for construction – active faults, contemporary movements of the Earth’s crust, earthquakes. Conditions and factors for the origin and development of unfavorable physical-geological processes and phenomena (weathering, rock-falls, screes, landslides, mud-stone torrents) and measures against them. Hydrogeology – types of groundwater, conditions for feeding and drainage, modeling of the hydrogeological conditions, stabilized and non-stabilized filtration, determining the water inflow into water intake facilities, construction excavations and drainage systems. Engineering geological characteristics of rocks and construction soils – more important physico-mechanical parameters. In-situ methods for engineering geological explorations. Evaluation of the conditions for the construction of buildings and facilities.

 

 

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