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Principles of Foundation Engineering (M...

9th Edition

Braja M. Das, Nagaratnam Sivakugan

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337705028

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Problem 2.1P:

A large piece of dry rock has a mass of 2450 kg and volume of 0.925 m3. The specific gravity of the...

Problem 2.2P:

The bulk density of a compacted soil specimen (Gs = 2.70) and its water content are 2060 kg/m3 and...

Problem 2.3P:

The top 500 mm of a site consists of a clayey sand with void ratio of 0.90 and water content of...

Problem 2.4P:

The soil at a borrow area is at moisture content of 8.5% and unit weight of 17.5 kN/m3. This soil is...

Problem 2.5P:

A granular soil with Gs = 2.65, emax = 0.870, and emin = 0.515 is compacted to a moist unit weight...

Problem 2.6P:

In AASHTO, which group are the following soil likely to fail into? a. A well-graded gravel with...

Problem 2.7P:

Figure P2.7 shows the grain-size distribution of four soil A, B, C, and D. The plastic limit and...

Problem 2.8P:

A 500 m long levee made of compacted day impounds water in a reservoir as shown in Figure P2.8....

Problem 2.9P:

Seepage takes place around a retaining wall shown in Figure P2.9. The hydraulic conductivity of the...

Problem 2.10P:

The soil profile at a site consists of 10 m of gravelly sand underlain by a soft clay layer. The...

Problem 2.11P:

The depth of water in a lake is 4 m. The soil at the bottom of the lake consists of sandy clay. The...

Problem 2.12P:

In a normally consolidated clay specimen, the following data are given from the laboratory...

Problem 2.13P:

The soil profile at a site is shown in Figure P2.13. The moist and saturated unit weights of the...

Problem 2.14P:

A clay layer with two-way drainage reached 75% consolidation in t years. How long would it take for...

Problem 2.15P:

The soil profile at a site consists of 2 m of sand at the ground level, underlain by 6 m of clay,...

Problem 2.16P:

The soil profile at a site consists of a 2.0 m thick sand layer at the top. underlain by a 3.0 m...

Problem 2.17P:

A direct shear test is conducted on a 60 mm 60 mm over-consolidated clay specimen. The loading was...

Problem 2.18P:

A consolidated-drained triaxial test is carried out on a sand specimen that is subjected to 100...

Problem 2.19P:

A consolidated-drained triaxial test was carried out on a normally consolidated clay specimen, and...

Problem 2.20P:

The specimens obtained from a clay layer at a site gave the following shear strength parameters from...

Problem 2.21P:

The data from a series of consolidated-undrained triaxial tests are summarized below. Draw the three...

Chapter 2 - Geotechnical Properties Of SoilChapter 3 - Natural Soil Deposits And Subsoil ExplorationChapter 5 - Soil Improvement And Ground ModificationChapter 6 - Shallow Foundations: Ultimate Bearing CapacityChapter 7 - Ultimate Bearing Capacity Of Shallow Foundations: Special CasesChapter 8 - Vertical Stress Increase In Soil

A must-have resource for all foundation engineering courses, PRINCIPLES OF FOUNDATION ENGINEERING, 9th Edition provides a careful balance between current research and practical field applications as it introduces civil engineering students to the core concepts and applications of foundation analysis design. Throughout this best-selling book, Dr. Das and Dr. Sivakugan emphasize how to develop the critical judgment civil engineers need to properly apply theories and analysis to the evaluation of soils and foundation design. This new edition includes three new chapters that highlight developing topics. This edition also provides a wealth of worked-out examples and multiple new figures that emphasize the skills most critical for students to master as successful civil engineers.

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A large piece of dry rock has a mass of 2450 kg and volume of 0.925 m3. The specific gravity of the...A Shelby tube has outside diameter of 3.0 in. and wall thickness of 0.065 in. What is the area ratio...From the test specifications given in Table 5.2, show that the compactive energy in method C is 2700...For the following cases, determine the allowable gross vertical load-bearing capacity of the...Four point loads with the same magnitude of P are applied as shown in the plan view in Figure P8.1...

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