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Research topic for Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

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Jan15-13, 04:16 AM
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I need suggestions of any research topics related to civil engineering for a bachelor level. My current fields of interest include Surveying/transportation, geotechnical engineering and construction materials and testing. Our title defense will take place on Thursday so I'm a bit on a hurry mode. My previous titles were hypothetically rejected prior to mediocrity and some inconsistency issues. Anyone? Thanks.
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Jan15-13, 03:37 PM
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How about something about foundations in aqueous environments?

That would offer many different angles to look at, from materials in salt and fresh water, construction methods in water, foundation geotechnics.

Alternatively you could examine the transport angle; Transport in an environment requiring many water (river + canal) crossings as in Holland or Venice and establishing survey control when there is no stable ground to fix control point to.

go well on Thursday.

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