Civil engineering is a practical field and the laboratory work is essential to be performed by students in this field. The laboratory work, which consists of workshops and experiments are designed to expose students essential problem solving and experimental techniques. Most of the generic attributes that the students must develop at the University are acquired through the laboratory experiments and researches. Laboratory sessions are able to strengthen the students to relate the fundamental theories with laboratory experiments in the field of concrete, environment, geotechnics, transportation, hydrology, and structural engineering. Each student will experience data collections and performs data analysis and result interpretations. Application of the experimental results to the real civil engineering problem will be highlighted.
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to perform laboratory experimental work and investigation in concrete, transportation, hydrology, geotechnics, environment and structural engineering, to develop the techniques of conducting measurements, data analysis and interpret results in written report, and to develop generic attributes and enhance their ability to participate effectively in a laboratory environment and be able to work as a part of a team.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME
- Perform laboratory experiments in the field of concrete, geotechnical, environmental, transportation, structure and hydrological engineering.
- Analyze, interpret and relate experimental data with the fundamental theories.
- Produce laboratory report.
- Work in a team/Identify and analyse problem in complex situation and making justifying judgement (Proposal stage)
T6: CAPACITY OF UNSIGNALISED JUNCTION
BRIEFING ON DATA COLLECTION
BRIEFING ON ANALYSIS