Influence of Gradation on Shear Strength and Dilatancy of Non-Cohesive Soils
Civil Engineering
The student will be working with PhD and MASc. students in the geotechnical laboratory to test soils under various loading conditions, and characterize particle shape and gradation, and help in producing charts, tables and reports that summarize the research.
Expectations
The student will be working with PhD and MASc. students in the geotechnical laboratory to test soils under various loading conditions, and characterize particle shape and gradation, and help in producing charts, tables and reports that summarize the research.
Time commitment
8-24 hours per week
Credentials
Civil Engineering, fourth year preferred; third year acceptable. Good reasoning, professional attitude, lab experience an asset.
Positions available
1 position available
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