Engineering Geology for Geotechnical Structures

Spatial interventions are accomplished for various purposes and by using different techniques and technologies, which largely determine the impacts of these. Knowing and understanding of the purposes and technical aspects of individual interventions into space is crucial in understanding of the response of the geological area and in giving the engineering geological conditions under which these measures can be implemented. The subject represents the synthesis of all the acquired geological knowledge and its application in providing conditions for safe and economical interventions into space from the engineering geology point of view.

In the course, the emphasis will be placed on practical examples, which are summarized from various project designs and actual cases from practice.

Geology (MAG) - Applied Geology (AG)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
2125

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
30045075

Staff

TeacherKarmen Fifer Bizjak
Assistant
Technician

Exam schedules

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