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Road engineering (6 points)


Leader: S Greaves and J Kodikara

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Introduce fundamentals and role of road engineering theory and practice. Examine a number of issues related to the planning, design and construction of roads, including: road planning, the road traffic environment, design and rehabilitation, geotechnical issues related to pavement performance, pavement drainage, road construction and road environmental safety.

Assessment: Examination: 50% + Project design: 50% + Students must pass both components.

Contact Hours: 24 lectures, 24 tutorials/computer workshops

Prerequisites: CIV2281

Prohibitions: CIV3282

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