EOSC 433 · Geological Engineering Practice I - Rock Engineering
Application of rock mechanics, hydrogeology, and engineering design tools in realistically complex geological environments. Influence and treatment of geological uncertainty, and use of field data, geotechnical monitoring, and numerical analyses for tunnelling, mining and rock slope engineering projects. Case histories. [2-2-0]
Prerequisite: All of EOSC 329, CIVL 210, MINE 303.