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Soil Mechanics : Calculations, Principles, and Methods

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Soil Mechanics : Calculations, Principles, and Methods
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Soil Mechanics
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Calculations, Principles, and Methods
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Soil Mechanics : Calculations, Principles, and Methods
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Soil Mechanics : Calculations, Principles, and Methods
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  • Front Cover -- Soil Mechanics -- Soil Mechanics: Calculations, Principles, andMethods -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1 - Example Problems Involving Phase Relations for Soils -- 1.0 GENERAL COMMENTS -- 1.1 GENERAL DEFINITIONS -- 1.2 MASS DENSITIES -- 1.3 UNIT WEIGHTS -- 1.4 DEFINITION OF FUNDAMENTAL QUANTITIES -- 1.5 RELATIONS DERIVED FROM FUNDAMENTAL QUANTITIES -- 1.5.1 Case 1.1: Relation Between Void Ratio and Porosity -- 1.5.2 Case 1.2: Relation Between Porosity and Void Ratio -- 1.5.3 Case 1.3: Relation Between Moisture Content, Specific Gravity of Solids, Void Ratio, and Degree of Saturation -- 1.5.4 Case 1.4: Relation Between Dry Unit Weight, Specific Gravity of Solids, and Void Ratio -- 1.5.5 Case 1.5: Relation Between Moist Unit Weight, Specific Gravity of Solids, Moisture Content, and Void Ratio -- 1.5.6 Case 1.6: Relation Between Moist Unit Weight, Dry Unit Weight, and Moisture Content -- 1.5.7 Case 1.7: Relation Between Moist Unit Weight, Specific Gravity of Solids, Degree of Saturation, and Void Ratio -- 1.5.8 Case 1.8: Unit Weight of Submerged Soil and Its Relation to Moist Unit Weight -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.1 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.2 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.3 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.4 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.5 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.6 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.7 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.8 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.9 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.10 -- General Remarks
  • Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.11 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.12 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.13 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.14 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.15 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.16 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.17 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.18 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.19 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.20 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.21 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.22 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.23 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1.24 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- 2 - Example Problems Related to Soil Identification and Classification -- 2.0 GENERAL COMMENTS -- 2.1 PARTICLE SIZES -- 2.2 DISTRIBUTION OF GRAIN SIZES -- 2.2.1 Sieve Analysis -- 2.2.2 Quantities Computed From Gradation Curves -- 2.2.3 Importance of Soil Gradation -- 2.2.4 Hydrometer Analysis -- 2.3 PLASTICITY OF SOIL -- 2.4 ATTERBERG LIMITS -- 2.4.1 Basic Definitions -- 2.4.2 Derived Limits -- 2.4.2.1 Plasticity Index -- 2.4.2.2 Liquidity Index -- 2.4.2.3 Activity -- 2.5 SOIL CLASSIFICATION -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.1 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.2 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.3 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.4 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement
  • Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.5 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.6 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.7 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.8 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.9 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.10 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.11 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.12 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- Alternate Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.13 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.14 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.15 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.16 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 2.17 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- 3 - Example Problems Related to Compaction of Soils -- 3.0 GENERAL COMMENTS -- 3.1 FUNDAMENTAL DEFINITIONS -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.1 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.2 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.3 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.4 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.5 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.6 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.7 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.8 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.9 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.10 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution
  • EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.11 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.12 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.13 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.14 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 3.15 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- 4 - Stresses, Strains, and Elastic Response of Soils -- 4.0 INTRODUCTORY COMMENTS -- 4.1 GENERAL DEFINITIONS -- 4.1.1 The Continuum Concept -- 4.1.2 Homogeneity -- 4.1.3 Isotropy -- 4.2 CONCEPT OF STRESS -- 4.2.1 Definition of Stress at a Point -- 4.2.2 Definition of the State of Stress at a Point -- 4.2.3 Mean Stress -- 4.2.4 State of Plane Stress -- 4.2.5 Stress Transformations -- 4.2.5.1 Equations for Plane Stress Transformation -- 4.2.5.2 Determination of Principal Stress -- 4.2.5.3 Determination of Maximum In-Plane Shear Stress -- 4.2.5.4 Mohr's Circle of Stress for Plane Stress -- 4.2.5.5 The Pole Method -- 4.3 DEFORMATION AND STRAIN -- 4.3.1 Normal and Shear Strains -- 4.3.2 Infinitesimal Strains -- 4.3.3 Definition of State of Strain at a Point -- 4.3.4 Volumetric Strain -- 4.3.5 State of Plane Strain -- 4.3.6 Strain Transformations -- 4.3.6.1 Equations for Plane Strain Transformation -- 4.3.6.2 Determination of Principal Strains -- 4.3.6.3 Determination of Maximum In-Plane Shear Strain -- 4.3.6.4 Mohr's Circle of Stress for Plane Strain -- 4.4 CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONS -- 4.4.1 General Form of Constitutive Relations -- 4.4.2 Insight Into the Constitutive Matrices -- 4.4.3 General Classes of Material Idealizations -- 4.4.4 Elastic Material Idealizations -- 4.4.4.1 Linear Elastic Material Idealizations -- 4.5 STRESSES IN SOIL DUE TO SURFACE LOADS -- 4.6 SUPERPOSITION PRINCIPLE -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.1 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.2
  • General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.3 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.4 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.5 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.6 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.7 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.8 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.9 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.10 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.11 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.12 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.13 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.14 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.15 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.16 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.17 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.18 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.19 -- General Remarks -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- Alternate Solution -- EXAMPLE PROBLEM 4.20 -- Problem Statement -- Solution -- 5 - Example Problems Involving In Situ Stresses Under Hydrostatic Conditions -- 5.0 GENERAL COMMENTS -- 5.1 SURFACE TENSION -- 5.1.1 Surface Tension Phenomena -- 5.2 CAPILLARY PHENOMENA IN TUBES -- 5.3 CAPILLARY PHENOMENA IN SOILS -- 5.4 IN SITU STRESSES IN SOILS UNDER HYDROSTATIC CONDITIONS -- 5.4.1 Total Stress -- 5.4.2 Pore Fluid Pressure -- 5.4.3 Effective (Intergranular) Stress -- 5.5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL STRESSES
  • EXAMPLE PROBLEM 5.1
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