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Course: CIVE 353, Spring 2012
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353 CIVE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 WINTER 2012 Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Wateroo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1 Homework Assignment 6 Due: February 15, 2012 by 5 p.m. at the drop box. You should do this homework individually. Answers must clear, be brief and organized. 1. Problem 6.28 2. Problem 7.2 3. Problem 7.18 (Assume numerical values if you do not want to do the algebra.) 4. Problem 7.19...

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353 CIVE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 WINTER 2012 Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Wateroo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1 Homework Assignment 6 Due: February 15, 2012 by 5 p.m. at the drop box. You should do this homework individually. Answers must clear, be brief and organized. 1. Problem 6.28 2. Problem 7.2 3. Problem 7.18 (Assume numerical values if you do not want to do the algebra.) 4. Problem 7.19 5. Problem 7.28 (draw the flow net manually) CIVE 353, WINTER 2012 Instructor: D. Basu 1 of 1
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CIVE 353 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 WINTER 2012Civil and Environmental EngineeringUniversity of Wateroo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1Homework Assignment 7Due: February 29, 2012 by 5 p.m. at the drop box.You should do this homework individually. Answers must
Waterloo - CIVE - 353
CIVE 353 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 WINTER 2012Civil and Environmental EngineeringUniversity of Wateroo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1Homework Assignment 8Due: March 7, 2012 by 5 p.m. at the drop box.You should do this homework individually. Answers must be c
Waterloo - CIVE - 353
CIVE 353 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 WINTER 2012Civil and Environmental EngineeringUniversity of Wateroo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1Homework Assignment 9Due: March 21, 2012 by 5 p.m. at the drop box.You should do this homework individually. Answers must be
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CIVE 353Geotechnical Engineering 1Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 1Ground Rules, Syllabus Welcome Aboard!Lets Get Started GeotechnicalSoil MechanicsEngineeringBasic SciencesRock MechanicsEngineering GeologyFoundation EngineeringSlope Stabil
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Phase RelationshipsInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 2Soil Particulate MediumThere is space or void between particlesSand Particles Zoomed inSoil Particulate MediumSpace between Soil Particles filled with Water,
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Index Properties &amp;Atterberg LimitsInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 3Soil = Three-Phase System = Air +Water +SolidsIndex Properties SoilAggregate Unit Weight (kN/m3)=W Wt=V Vt Dry unit Weight (kN/m3)Ws Ws
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Particle Size, Size Distributionand ShapeInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 4Soil TextureTexture = Appearance or FeelTexture Depends onRelative Sizes and Shapes of ParticlesRange or Distribution of Particle Sizes
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Soil ClassificationInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 5Soil Classification System A Standardized Language of Communication Systematic Method of Categorizing Soils According to ProbableEngineering Behavior Unified
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Geology and Soil FormationInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 6Subject Nomenclature Geology science of the earth Petrology - study of rocks Mineralogy - study of minerals Paleontology study of fossils Structural G
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Origin, Characteristics andMineral Composition of SoilInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 7Geologic CycleEarth is a Giant Recycling MachineGeologic CycleFour Basic Processes Proceed in NeverEnding CycleDenudation
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Soil MineralogyInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 8Composition of EarthComposition of Sand, Gravel and Nonplastic SiltMost Common _Silica Tetrahedron(SiO4)4QuartzStructure of Quartz - Tetrahedra forming Framework
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Clay-Water Interaction&amp; Soil FabricInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 9Clay Mineralshydrogen bond_ - 1:1 Minerals_ - Smectite Minerals_ - Mica Like Clay MineralsOther Clay MineralsClay Particles Net NegativeCI
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Special Soilsand PerspectiveInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 10Special or Non-textbook SoilsExpansive SoilsMarine Clays and Quick ClaysOrganic SoilsCarbonate SandsLoessSand Silt Clay MixturesTransitional Mat
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1In situ Stresses in Soil - 2Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 14Problem 1A soil profile consists of two layers. The upper clay layer is5 m thick and the lower sand layer extends down to greatdepth. The water table
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1In situ Stresses in Soil - 3Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 15Water TableWater table or groundwater tableis not a table it is a surface ofatmospheric pressure (i.e., zerogauge pressure)u = w zHydrostatic pres
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Flow through Soil &amp; HydraulicConductivityInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 16Fluid Flow BasicsSteady Flow Independent of TimeUnsteady Flow Changes with TimeLaminar Flow Fluid flows in parallel layersTurbulent Fl
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Flow through Soil - 2Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 17Darcys Lawq = vA = k i ApA/wv = kiB q = total rate of flow (m3/sec) v = specific discharge or Darcyvelocity or discharge velocity(m/sec) A = area of
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Flow through Soil Seepage and FlownetInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 18Darcys Lawdhq = vA = k i A = kAdldhv = ki = kdlIn 3Dh ( x, y, z )vx = k xxh ( x, y, z )vy = k yyh ( x, y, z )vz = k zzpB/w
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Flow through Soil Miscellaneous ProblemsInstructor: Dipanjan Basu(Covered by Aditi Misra)Lecture 19Problem 1 Pressure Distribution on SheetPileThe section through a sheetpile wall is given in thefigure. At low
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Site InvestigationInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 20Different NamesSite ExplorationSite InvestigationSoil Exploration.Why is SiteInvestigationrequired?To haveInformation aboutthe GroundGoals of Site Inve
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Soil CompressibilityInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 24ProblemFor the data given in the table, calculate the compressionand recompression indices. Also calculate the modifiedcompression and recompression indices.
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Soil Consolidation 1Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 26ConsolidationTime Dependent Compression (Settlement) of SoilExponential Decay ProcessInitially, applied stress is fully resisted by water and the soilskelet
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Soil Consolidation 2Instructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 27Time FactorTime Normalized in such a way that the relation with U isunique i.e., independent of properties of soil and thickness oflayercv tT = Tv = 2H dr
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CIVE 353: Geotechnical Engineering 1Stress AnalysisInstructor: Dipanjan BasuLecture 28Stress State in SoilStress State = Complete Information about all the stressesacting on an element (REV)zStress AnalysisGiven a stress stateCalculate the Princ
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CIVE 353 Geotechnical Engineering 1 WINTER 2012Civil and Environmental EngineeringUniversity of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1Quiz 2March 16, 2012Maximum Duration: 15 minutesAnswers must be clear, brief and organized.Name: _Question 1: Maximum Poi
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Quiz 2 Solutiona)20060016S=1Gs=2.7e0(N/C)=1.552.7162.5 1625And S t=1 1.622.7401 pre-consolidated soil.60%1.691.550.6381.62 S t=1.0810902001.55200500.1160.1160.638..0.783b)U=60%, cv=2 m2/year, t=?U=60% Tv =0.2862,5
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