教授課程 顧承宇老師教授課程:


  • 高等實驗土壤力學
  • 數值分析於大地工程之應用
  • 岩石力學
  • 大地工程數值分析特論
  • 大地工程專題討論
  • 地下水特論


  • 土壤力學
  • 基礎工程
  • 岩石與隧道工程
  • 土壤力學試驗
  • 山坡地工程
  • 專題研究

What is the Geoengineering ?

Geotechnical engineering is the branch of engineering concerned with the engineering behavior of earth materials. Geotechnical engineering uses principles of soil mechanics and rock mechanics to investigate subsurface conditions and materials; determine the relevant physical/mechanical and chemical properties of these materials; evaluate stability of natural slopes and man-made soil deposits; assess risks posed by site conditions; design earthworks and structure foundations; and monitor site conditions, earthwork and foundation construction. A typical geotechnical engineering project begins with a review of project needs to define the required material properties. Then follows a site investigation of soil, rock, fault distribution and bedrock properties on and below an area of interest to determine their engineering properties including how they will interact with, on or in a proposed construction. Site investigations are needed to gain an understanding of the area in or on which the engineering will take place. Investigations can include the assessment of the risk to humans, property and the environment from natural hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, sinkholes, soil liquefaction, debris flows and rockfalls.

Geoengineering covers a wide range of engineering disciplines related to geo-materials, such as foundation engineering, slope engineering, tunnelling, rock engineering, engineering geology and geo-environmental engineering. The modern concept of geoengineering describes deliberately manipulating the Earth’s climate to counteract the effects of global warming from greenhouse gas emissions. Other uses of the word sometimes occur. The National Academy of Sciences defined geoengineering as “options that would involve large-scale engineering of our environment in order to combat or counteract the effects of changes in atmospheric chemistry.”]]>