By Jean-Pierre Bardet
Easy soil checking out e-book that emphasizes the fundamental rules of soil mechnics utilizing spreadsheet information processing. The e-book comprises soil laboratory experiments, and dialogue of the theoretical innovations had to interpret the experimental effects.
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BS 410, 1969, Test Sieves, British Standards Institution, London. REVIEW OUErnONS 1. What is the purpose of grain size analysis? 2. 3. 7. 8. Under what conditions should you use wet sieving instead of dry sieving? On which basis do you select the number and opening of sieves for the sieve analysis of a given soil? How' can you quickly verify the results of dry sieving? What are the smallest and largest mesh openings used in practice for determining grain size distribution? A mass of volcanic ashes with bighly crushable grains is brought to the laboratory.
G. I:"Ie ~emII fe1ure T II • lurlctlon 01 In tIA ,88 c .. atur. tur. -H,. OOO0 2S' T-20m Fig ure 16 Fig , 14. 3. 4. S. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. correcllon User-defined functions VISCO, DENSI , and M used in Why do you correct the distance of fa ll of particles during hydrometer anal- ysis? What physical quantity is read on the stem of a 152H hydrometer? In what unit is this quantity expressed? What corrections are made on the hydrometer reading? What modifications would be required if one wanted to cany out a hydrometer analysis in a 2000-mL cylinder instead of a lOOO-mL cylinder?
605 x 10-'1" (21) (22) The values of PlIO and 11 at temperature T may also be calculated by linear interpolation of values in Table 3. For instance, if T is between temperatures Ti and Ti +h then l'J is (23) where l'J ;+1 is the viscosity at temperature T;+1 and l'J 1 is the viscosity at temperature Ti . In a similar way, P... 994l----_---_--~ 0006 0 10 20 30 Temperature (' C) Figure 7 Variation of viSCOsity of water with temperature. o 10 20 30 Tempe:rature (' C) Fig u re 8 Variation of unit mass of water with temperature.