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Steinhardt, Reuven
To facilitate the development of subsurface drainage design criteria for the reduction of soil compaction, the relation between the bearing capacity of nearly saturated soil and its water suction is analyzed for a cone penetrating into the soil and for a sinking tractor wheel. Approximate equations are developed, from basic soil mechanics theory, for certain soils under a limited range of suction and loading conditions.
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EVALUATING PENETRATION RESISTANCE AND WHEEL SINKAGE RESPONSE TO SOIL WATER SUCTION CHANGES IN A DRAINING CLAY SOIL.
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Steinhardt, Reuven
EVALUATING PENETRATION RESISTANCE AND WHEEL SINKAGE RESPONSE TO SOIL WATER SUCTION CHANGES IN A DRAINING CLAY SOIL.
To facilitate the development of subsurface drainage design criteria for the reduction of soil compaction, the relation between the bearing capacity of nearly saturated soil and its water suction is analyzed for a cone penetrating into the soil and for a sinking tractor wheel. Approximate equations are developed, from basic soil mechanics theory, for certain soils under a limited range of suction and loading conditions.
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