the water table is 6 m below the surface of the sand. the saturated unit weight of the sand is 19 kn/m3 and that of the clay 20 kn/m the unit weight of
[email protected]question: find the solid units weight in pcf and kn/m3, dry unit weight in pcf and kn/m3, void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation silty-sand specific
answer to an undisturbed sample of fine sand has a dry unit weight of 18 kn/m3. at the maximum density, the void ratio is 0.35, an
answer to you are given a gravelly sand soil with a unit weight of 21 kn/m3. the soil's shear strength, cu, is 25 kpa. calculate t
saturated unit weight of both soil layers is 19 kn/m3. a 5m deep layer of fill of unit weight 20 kn/m3 is placed on the sand over an extensive area. assuming the
answer to 9.25 water is flowing vertically upward in a sand with a saturated unit weight of 20 kn/m3. at what gradient will quick
answer to a sample of dry sand having a total unit weight of 16.50 kn/m3 and a specific gravity of 2.70 is placed in the rain. dur
unit weight of sand in different unit like kg/m3, kn/m3, kg/ft3, g/cm3, cft. it has crushing strength at 28 days between 15 to 40 mpa. one cubic foot of gravel
above the gwt, the unit weight of sand is 16.5 kn/m3. find the artesian porewater pressure at point b. this problem has been solved! see the answer.
answer to the dry unit weight of a sand is 17.8 kn/m3 and the specific gravity of solids is 2.67. calculate water content of the s
a quartzitic sand weighs, in a dry condition, 15.4 kn/m3. what is its wet unit weight (yh) and its wet density 7h/7 w when it is saturated? assume: specific gravity
answer to a soil profile made of 2 m of sand with a unit weight of 20kn/m3 over 6 m of leda clay with a unit weight of 16 kn/m3. t
answer to a sample of dry sand having a unit weight of 16.50 kn/m3 and a specific gravity of 2.70 is placed in the rain. during th
answer to 2) if the dry unit weight of a sand sample is 17.5 kn/m3, w4, gs2.65, what is weight of water must be added into a cu
answer to the soil profile at a site consists of: 0 8m sand (unit weight)t 16 kn/m3 ko 0.5 8 12m clay (unit weight)t
a sand sample has a porosity, n, of 30 and specific gravity of solids, gs, as 27 calculate: (use unit weight of water as 9.81 kn/m3). a. void ratio of sand,
answer to an undisturbed sample of fine sand has a dry unit weight of 18 kn/m3. at the maximum density, the void ratio is 0.35, an
saturated unit weight of sand is 19.6 kn/m3. c) compute the effective stress at the bottom of clay if water rises 2 m. above the ground surface.
answer to a 10-m thick brown silty sand fill (unit weight of 19.6 kn/m3) is to be placed over a 10-m thick natural medium sand, wh
answer to a site is underlain by dry sand with unit weight 18 kn/m3 and lateral stress ratio 0.6. the ground is flat. the maxi
the dry unit weight of the sand is 16 kn/m3. the capillary zone is 1 m thick. a) plot the variation of total vertical stress, this problem has
the water table is at the top of the clay layer. the unit weight of water is 10 kn/m3. if a wide till 20 m high having a unit weight of 19 kn/m3 is placed on