Pile foundations have been used since prehistoric times and In order to develop a reasonable design method. Analytical and experimental studies are performed over the past four to five decades, these studies led to the development of many design methods based on various soil types, loading criteria, and environmental conditions.
Have you ever wondered how the train takes turns with ease? If you got this doubt, you are in the right spot, check out the concept of coning of wheels in railways.
Atterberg Albert is a Swedish scientist and conducted various experiments on the plasticity of soil in around 1911 and concluded atterberg limits of soil. In this article, we will discuss test procedures and the importance of all Atterberg limits of soil. These limits help us to find and differentiate soil based on the moisture content present in the soil.
The manufacturing of sleepers is an important part of railroad construction. So the Railway sleepers manufacturing process involves a few important steps. In this article, we will discuss the following : concrete sleepers, Iron or steel sleepers, Timber or wooden sleepers.
The structure which transfers the load from entire building along with it’s self weight to the soil is known as foundation. Based on depths, Foundations are two types : Shallow foundation and deep foundation
Transportation Engineering is the Application of All Technical skills and scientific Principles to Planning, design, Operation and Management of facilities for any mode of Transportation in order to provide for the safe, Efficient, Rapid , Comfortable, Convenience, Economical and Environmentally compatible movement of people and Goods Transport.