Soil Cement in Construction

Soil cement is frequently used as a construction material for pipe bedding, slope protection, and road construction as a sub base layer reinforcing and protecting the sub grade...

Pavement Design

A highway pavement is a structure consisting of superimposed layers of processed materials above the natural soil sub-grade, whose primary function is to distribute the applied...

Earthquake Resistance building

An earthquake is the vibration, sometimes violent to the earth’s surface that follows a release of energy in the earth’s crust. This energy can be generated by a sudden dislocation...

Drip Irrigation

What is Drip Irrigation? Drip irrigation, also known as trickle irrigation or micro irrigation or localized irrigation...

Highway Network Management

A highway is a public road, especially a major road connecting two or more destinations. Any interconnected set of highways can be variously referred to as a "highway system"...

Steel Fibre Reinforced Concretes

Steel fibre reinforced concretes are structural materials that are gaining importance quite rapidly due to the increasing demand of superior structural properties. These...

Noise Control of Buildings

The acoustical design issues for buildings involve the principal issues like site noise considerations, including the control of noise transfer to a project’s neighbours...

Green Building

Shelter is one of the fundamental needs of human beings. The need to own a place for living is also seen in...

High Performance Concrete

High Performance Concrete is that concrete which meets special performance and uniformity requirements that cannot always be achieved by conventional material, normal mixing...

Fiber Reinforced Soil

The geotechnical engineers design foundations and other structures on the soil after investigation of the type of soil, its characteristics and its extent. If the soil is good...

Soil Degradation

Soil erosion is the surface removal of productive soil by means of water, and wind that is the prime environmental costs in agriculture. Soil erosion alone constitutes 86.5% of land...

Use of Waste Polyethylene in Bituminous

Bituminous mixes are most commonly used all over the world in flexible pavement construction. It consists of asphalt or bitumen (used as a binder) and mineral aggregate which...

Building Construction

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Bamboo As Building Material

Bamboo has a long and well-established tradition as a building material through out the world’s tropical and sub-tropical regions. It is widely used for many forms of construction...

Soil Cement

Soil-cement is a highly compacted mixture of soil/aggregate, portland cement, and water. Soil-cement differs from Portland cement...

Project Report on Road Construction

 Project Report on Road Construction -Development of a country depends on the connectivity of various places with adequate...

Pre Tensioning System

Prestressing systems have developed over the years and various companies have patented their products. Detailed information of the systems is given in the product catalogues and...

Liquefaction of Soil

Liquefaction is the phenomena when there is loss of strength in saturated and cohesion-less soils because of increased pore water pressures and hence reduced effective stresses...

Nano Technology by Microscopy Methods

The objective of this study is to review the role of nanotechnology in civil engineering applications. It also discusses the application of instruments to reach material properties...

Artificial Island

An artificial or man-made island is an island or archipelago (group of islands) that has been constructed by people rather than formed...