Who wrote this?
Written and edited by a wide selection of leading specialists and published by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
It was published in February 2012.
ICE Manual of Geotechnical Engineering is an authoritative and comprehensive reference resource providing the core geotechnical engineering principles, practical techniques, and the major questions engineers should keep in mind when dealing with real-world engineering challenges – all within a consistently coherent framework.
Who should read this?
This is an essential guide for practising civil and structural engineers, architects, designers, consultants and contractors, working on projects of all sizes.
Volume I covers fundamental geotechnical principles and concepts, problematic soils and their issues and site investigation. This knowledge is extended to inform design, construction processes and verification in Volume II.
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