Soil mechanics

Soil mechanics,

Definition of Soil mechanics:

  1. Branch of civil engineering that studies the mechanical (load bearing) properties of soils which vary according to the soils air, water, and mineral content. See also geotechnical investigation.

  2. The branch of science concerned with the properties and behavior of soil as they affect its use in civil engineering.

How to use Soil mechanics in a sentence?

  1. In this work, the percolation approach is used for explaining the behavior phenomenon of soil consolidation, one of the many phenomena encountered in soil mechanics.

Meaning of Soil mechanics & Soil mechanics Definition