Online Course - Geotechnical Properties & Engineering Problems-TX Clay Shale (earn up to 0.6 CEU's)

Jan 01, 2018 08:00am -
Jan 01, 2020 05:00pm

Event Description

Geotechnical Properties and Engineering Problems of Some of the North Central Texas Clay-Shales – Regional Geology Case History Series

Author: Robert Font, PhD, CPG, PG, EurGeol

Cretaceous shales in the north-central Texas area give rise to engineering problems.  This online short course covers:
- Regional geologic setting, structure and stratigraphy.
- Specific material geotechnical properties including:
     - Clay mineralogy, values of Atterberg limits and indices, potential volume change, shear strength, etc.
- Engineering problems and solutions concerning:
     - Accurate shear strength determination as dictated by field conditions, mass wasting, swell pressures and more.

* Order the Course with 0.6 CEU Credit - AIPG Accredited (0.6 CEU max. with completion of course and multiple choice exam)

* Order the Course with 0.5 CEU Credit  - AIPG Accredited (0.5 CEU awarded with completion of course without exam)

* Order the CD only

Upon completion of the course, a certificate will be provided from AIPG.


*Please allow up to 48 hours to receive a separate email with your login information.

Event Type:Online Course
Category:Online Course
Early registration ends on Dec 31, 2017.
Regular registration starts on Jan 01, 2018 and ends on Dec 31, 2019.
Late registration starts on Jan 01, 2020.



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