E – 1594 – Engineering Uses of Geotextiles
Intended Audience: Geotechnical, Civil, Environmental, and Water Resources engineers
PDH UNITS: 6
Get the ultimate manual covering the engineering uses of geotextiles.
This online engineering course curated by industry expert Don Parnell, PE delves into the physical properties, functions, design methods, design details and construction procedures for geotextiles as used in pavements, railroad beds, retaining wall earth embankment, rip-rap, concrete revetment, and drain construction.
The geotextile functions/applications described in this course include pavements, filtration and drainage, reinforced embankments, railroads, erosion and sediment control, and earth retaining walls. This manual doesn’t cover the use of other geosynthetics such as geogrids, geonets, geomembranes, plastic strip drains, composite products and products made from natural cellulose fibers.
Publication Source: US Corp of Engineers (Unified Facilities Criteria)
At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Fundamentals of Geotextiles
- Types of Geotextiles and Construction
- Durability and Seam Strength
- Design for Separation
- Geotextiles in Pavement Applications
- Filtration and Drainage
- Geotexttile Reinforced Embankments
- Embankment Failure Modes
- Bearing Capacity Considerations
- Railroad Track Construction and Rehabilitation
- Reinforced Soil Walls
- Erosion and Sedimentation Control
- Special Applications
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