Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering

ISSN: 2165-784X

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Editorial on Geotechnical Engineering


Sushma Pullela

The systematic implementation of techniques that make construction on, in, or with geomaterials, such as soil and rock, is known as geotechnical engineering. Any civil engineering structure and construction is connected to soil in some way, and as a result, its architecture is influenced by soil or rock properties. Soil drilling, examining geomaterial properties, monitoring groundwater level and flow, and environmental and hydrological interactions all involve geotechnical operations. Excavations and supporting earth systems, underwater structures, bridges, natural or artificial fills, highways and airports, subgrades and ground structures, and slopes are all examples of foundation architecture.


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