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The value of the hydraulic conductivity of soils varies greatly. In the laboratory, it can be determined by means of constant-head or falling-head permeability tests. The constanthead test is more suitable for granular soils. 9 provides the general range for the values of k for various soils. In granular soils, the value depends primarily on the void ratio. In the past, several equations have been proposed to relate the value of k to the void ratio in granular soil. 32) 11e where k 5 hydraulic conductivity e 5 void ratio Chapuis (2004) proposed an empirical relationship for k in conjunction with Eq.
21. Note that Eq. 20). 20 Drainage condition for consolidation: (a) two-way drainage; (b) one-way drainage; (c) plot of Du>Du0 with Tv and H>Hc excess pore water pressure can take place in one direction only. The length of the maximum drainage path is then equal to H 5 Hc. 933 log (100 2 U%) (for U . 11 gives the variation of Tv with U on the basis of Eqs. 77) give an error in Tv of less than 1% for 0% Ͻ U Ͻ 90% and less than 3% for 90% Ͻ U Ͻ 100%. 4 mm in thickness and drained on both sides. 5 min.
However, in most practical situations, Ds increases gradually with time to a maximum value and remains constant thereafter. 22 shows Ds increasing linearly with time (t) up to a maximum at time tc (a condition called ramp loading). 22 One-dimensional consolidation due to single ramp loading remains constant. 79) where m, M, and Tv have the same definition as in Eq. 23 shows the variation of U with Tv for various values of Tc, based on the solution given by Eqs. 79).
Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the Pe Exam by Michael R. Lindeburg PE