Back to Resources

Videos on Geotechnical Principles

The following is a list of links prepared by the AGS Geotechnical Working Group to a number of videos covering a range of geotechnical principles and themes. These videos are considered useful viewing for early career geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists, including those studying those subjects, and staff responsible for their technical development might wish to bring this list to their attention.

These videos are not intended to be a complete or comprehensive coverage of the particular topic indicated, nor should their inclusion in the list be considered as formal endorsement by the AGS of their contents. Similarly, no conclusion on the adequacy of a particular reference should drawn from its exclusion from the list. The AGS and its working group members do not assume any responsibility for any loss which may arise from accessing, or reliance on the material in the references and all liability is disclaimed accordingly. Professional advice should be taken before applying the content of any reference to particular circumstances.

MRP Webinar Series: An Introduction to Soil Behaviour and Index Properties – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Measuring Soil Strength using the Shear Box: Dos and Dont’s – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Effective Stress, Soil Strength & Triaxial Test – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Practical Use Of Clay Fills in (Reinforced) Soil Structures” – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Using the CPT in the Holocene Marine Clays of South-East Asia – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Geotechnical Testing and Parameters Used in Road Pavement Analysis and Design – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Eleven Things You Should Know About Reinforced Soil Structures – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Load-bearing Bridge Abutments Supported on Polymer Geogrid Reinforced Fill – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Design & Performance of Reinforced Soil Structures to Resist Strong Earthquakes – YouTube

MRP Webinar Series: Volcanoes with Special Reference to Indonesia – YouTube