A quick Introduction to Highway Engineering
Updated on Sep, 2023
Language - English
Highway engineering is an engineering discipline branching from civil engineering that involves the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of roads, bridges, and tunnels to ensure safe and effective transportation of people and goods.. The full course should provides a very good basis of Highway engineering. There will also be revisions and solved exams.
This course is typically taught at the third or fourth year for Civil Engineering students. It might also be needed for Architectural students. The course materials are mostly in simple English; however, for the Arabic transcript, I will provide translation to them. I am hoping that the participants of these courses will enjoy the material and will have great understanding of the Basics of Highways design and alignment. I am also planning to attach any supporting documents in a PDF format that will summarize the lecture videos and notes.
What will you learn in this course:
- A quick Introduction to Highway Engineering.
- Geometric Design of Highways, design of flexible and rigid pavements.
- And more.
What are the prerequisites for this course?
- Civil Engineering courses for the first and second years.
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
An Introduction and a quick review to Traffic Engineering
- An Introduction 02:23 02:23
- Chap 1 - Lect 1 11:48 11:48
- Chap 1 - Lect 2 20:36 20:36
- Chap 1 - Lect 3 20:35 20:35
- Chap 1 - Lect 4 25:10 25:10
- Chap 1 - Lect 5 24:30 24:30
- Chap 1 - Lect 6 47:45 47:45
- Chap 1 - Lect 7 32:05 32:05
Chapter 2: Soil Classification
Chapter 3: Design vehicle and design control
Chapter 4 : Highway Materials
Chapter 5 : Horizontal and Vertical alignment
Chapter 6 : Asphalt Mix, Rigid and Flexible Pavements
I am a Civil Structural Engineer with a Master's degree in Civil Engineering from SDSU SD USA, 4 Professional Engineer licenses in Canada and over 20 years of exposure to Civil Engineering from Canada, USA and Egypt. Currently, and since April 2015, I have been working with a consultant from Klamath Falls OR USA as a Licensed Engineer II. I have reviewed and approved/ stamped many Canadian projects since then. I have taught in 2 Engineering colleges in BC, Canada.
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