CE-082 Soil Stabilization (T&M)

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Soil Stabilization (T&M)

The Soil Stabilization Time & Monitored online PDH course is a part of the Civil Engineering category of courses. Soil Stabilization is the most effective means to minimize erosion and offsite sediment from development sites. Stabilized soils have vegetative or other types of cover left during construction or replaced following disturbance in order to prevent wind or water.

Maintaining stabilization involves taking key steps at planning and continuing until the end of construction. This course provides an overview of most common soil stabilization techniques, design criteria and common issues identified with using each of the soil stabilization methods.

This course is intended for Ohio engineers to satisfy their Continuing Education requirements through Timed and Monitored learning activity.

This course is based upon Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Soil and Water Conservation publication Rainwater and Land Development, Chapter 7, Soil Stabilization.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Describe various methods of soil stabilization
  • Apply design criteria for soil stabilization
  • Discuss planning consideration for soil stabilization techniques
  • Apply appropriate maintenance procedures for soil stabilization
  • Discuss common problems and issues for each soil stabilization method
  • Compile typical soil stabilization specifications

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