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CE 312 FALL 2014 Homework 5 DUE: Tuesday, October 28th, 2014, 4:30 pm Submit to CE312 mailbox at the main CEE office (3546 EB) NOTE: Show all your calculation steps clearly and write legibly. USE ENGINEERING PAPER. 1) Calculate the total stress, pore wate

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CE312 - Dr. Kutay 17 Lateral Earth Pressure: At-rest, Rankine & Coulomb Lateral earth pressures (horizontal stresses) are very important for the design of retaining structures. At any point in a soil media, the effective horizontal stress can be calcul

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CE312 - Dr. Kutay 18 Lateral Earth Pressure 2 18.1 Coulombs Earth Pressure theory In 1776 Coulomb proposed that a condition of limiting equilibrium exists such that a soil mass behind a vertical retaining wall slips along a plane inclined at the angle ! t

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Lecture 5: Soil Compaction - Compaction is the densification of the soil due to removal of air. Why do we compact soil? - Improve the shear strength of the soil and therefore its bearing capacity - Increase soil stiffness and therefore reduce its future s

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###### HW1_solution

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###### HW3_solution

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CE 312- SOIL MECHANICS- SPRING 2012 Homework 3 Compaction, Permeability DUE: Friday, February 3rd, 2012 4:00 pm Submit to CE312 mailbox at the main CEE office (3546 EB) NOTE: Show all your calculation steps clearly and write legibly. USE ENGINEERING PAPER

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###### HW_8_solution

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###### HW7_solution

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###### HW2_solution

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###### HW5_solution

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###### HW6_solution

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SOLUTION 1. Solution to Problem 3. function VerifyProb_10_11 % For Pt. 1 z=2; %meters x1=2; %meters q1=250; %kN/m dSigma_1A = dsigma_line(q1, x1,z); % Backcalculate the q2* % % dSigma_AA = dSigma_1A + dSigma_2xA (due to horizontal line load) + dSigma_2yA

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###### HW9_Solution

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###### HW4_solution

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###### 312 Practice Exam 3

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TOP VIEW 20m Practice Questions Problem 1. Calculate the induced stress ( ) at point A which is below the intersection of circular and rectangular foundation shown in the figure. The rectangular and circular foundations apply loads of 1000 and 300 kN, res

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###### 312 Exam 3 B(1)

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CE312 -Dr. Kutay 15 Secondary Consolidation Settlement After completion of the primary consolidation settlement (i.e., dissipation of entire excess pore water pressure), some settlement may be observed due to plastic adjustment of soil grains. This stage

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CE312 -Dr. Kutay 19 INTRODUCTION TO SLOPE STABILITY 19.1 Infinite Slope Analysis Aslope that extends relatively long distance and has a consistent subsoil profile may be analyzed as infinite slope. Sliding is assumed to occur along a plane parallel to the

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CE 312 SOIL MECHANICS, FALL 2014 Homework 2 Weight-Volume relationships, soil classification Due: THURSDAY, September 18th, 2014 4:30 pm NOTE: Submit to CE312 mailbox at the main CEE office (3546 EB). Show all your calculation steps clearly and write legi

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CE 312 SOIL MECHANICS, FALL 2014 Homework 2 Weight-Volume relationships, soil classification SOLUTION NOTE: Submit to CE312 mailbox at the main CEE office (3546 EB). Show all your calculation steps clearly and write legibly. USE ENGINEERING PAPER. 1) If t

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CE312-Dr. Kutay 11 Mohr Circle Directional Stresses Normal and shear stresses on a plane 1 CE312-Dr. Kutay = = [11.1] Similar derivation can be accomplished for the shear stress on an arbitrary plane: [11.2] Major and Minor principal stresses It can be sh

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###### CH_2_blanks_FA_2011

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CE-312 Soil Mechanics: Dr. Kutay 2 Origins of Soils and Grain Size Origin of soil: Soil is a product of Rock Weathering. Rock weathering: The process of breaking down rocks by mechanical and chemical processes into smaller pieces. - Freeze/thaw cycles cau

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CE-312 Soil Mechanics: Dr. Kutay 4 Relative Density (Dr), Liquid Limit (LL), Plastic Limit (PL) and Plasticity Index (PI) 4.1 Relative Density (Dr) Relative density is a special weight-volume parameter used in sandy and gravelly soils. It represents the r

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###### CH_8_Seepage_Blanks2

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CE312-Dr. Kutay 8 Seepage =!h 1 CE312-Dr. Kutay Equipotential Line: A line along which the total heads at all points are equal. Flow line: A line along which a water particle will travel from upstream to the downstream. A combination of flow lines and equ

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CE-312 Soil Mechanics: Dr. Kutay 3 Weight-Volume Relationships Objectives: ! Be able to convert volume to mass and vice-versa in soils. ! Be familiar with the different phases in a soil mass and their significance to construction. 3.1 Phase Diagram Phase

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CE312-Dr. Kutay 12 Induced Stresses 12.1 Stresses due to a point load Boussinesq (1883) came up with the solution of stresses in a soil mass caused by a point load for a homogeneous, elastic and isotropic medium. Vertical and two horizontal induced stress

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CE312 - Dr. Kutay 13 Compressibility (Settlement) of Soils Immediate (Elastic) settlement Caused by elastic deformation of dry and moist soil without any change in moisture content Primary Consolidation Settlement Volume change caused by expulsion of wate

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CE312-Dr. Kutay 9. Stresses in Soil Mass Stresses in a soil mass: Total (normal) stress: Total load divided by the unit area perpendicular to the load. Hydrostatic stress (or pore water pressure): Normal stress due to water pressure acting perpendicular t

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6 Hydraulic conductivity (a.k.a.) permeability Soils are permeable due to the existence of the interconnected voids. The concept of hydraulic conductivity is used, in general, to define water flow characteristics of soils. 6.1 Bernoullis Equation Energy c

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CE312-Dr. Kutay 10 Stresses in Soil Mass (Contd) Factor of safety against heaving The concept of seepage force can be used to obtain factor of safety against heave on the downstream of a hydraulic structure. After conducting several tests, Terzaghi (1922)

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CE312 Dr. Kutay 16 Shear Strength of Soils - Shear strength is the resistance that soil offers when sheared or when shearing forces are applied to it. - Loading increases shear strength. - Shear strength of a soil is not constant. It is a function of

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CE312 -Dr. Kutay 14 Consolidation Consolidation is the time-dependent settlement of fine-grained soils (Clayey soils) resulting from the expulsion of water from the soil pores 14.1 THE CONCEPT OF TIME DEPENDENT CONSOLIDATION The concept of time dependent

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###### 312 Exam 3 A(1)

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###### 312 Exam 2 B

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###### Practice_Problems_2

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CE 312 Practice Problems 1) A sheet pile wall is constructed on a Uniform Sand as shown in the figure. The saturated unit weight and the hydraulic conductivity of the soil are also shown in the figure. Calculate:

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###### Practice_Problems_SS12

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Practice Problems 1) Determine the coefficient of uniformity and coefficient of curvature of the soil whose grain size distribution is shown in table below. Size (mm) 0.425 0.18 0.09 0.074 0.04 0.015 0.008 0.004 0.002

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###### Practice_Problems1

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Practice Problems 1) The total weight of a 1-ft3 soil sample is 125 pounds, its water content is 5 percent and its degree of saturation is 25 percent. Calculate: a) b) c) d) e) f) The total unit weight ( ) The unit weight of solids ( s) The saturated unit

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Practice Questions 1) Calculate the immediate settlement (in mm) at the center of the foundation shown in the figure. Assume that average Modulus of Elasticity (Es) of the soil is 50,000kPa. Applied load from the foundation (Q) is 4000 kN. Poissons ratio

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###### CE312 Lab 3[1]

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Atterberg Limits Kevin Janes, Tim Koch, Jordan Streby, George Williams CE 312 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Section 1 September 24th, 2012 Submitted October 1st, 2012 1 Introduction Laboratory 3 involved the analysis of soils using two methods; the Liquid Lim

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###### Lab 9

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Unconfined Compression Test Kevin Janes, Tim Koch, Jordan Streby, George Williams CE 312 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Section 1 November 19th, 2012 Submitted November 26th, 2012 Introduction This experiment was conducted to determine the unconfined compressi

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###### CE312 Exam

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Lecture 1 & 2 Soil is a product of Rock Weathering. Rock weathering is the process of breaking down rocks by mechanical and chemical processes into smaller pieces. Freeze/thaw cycles causing expansion/contraction of water in the cracks. Stresses caused by

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###### CE312 Equations

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Coefficient of Uniformity: Cu=D60/D10 Coefficient of Curvature: Cc=(D30)/[(D10)(D60)] Phase Relationship: Gs=s/w=Ws/Vsw e=Vv/Vs=n/(1-n) n=Vv/V=e/(1+e) S=Vw/Vv=wGs/e W=Ww/Ws =W/V=d(1+)=Gsw(1+)/(1+e)=Gsw(1-n)(1+) d=Ws/V=Gsw/(1+e)=Gsw(1-n)=w/(1/Gs)+ Constant

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###### Lab1withintro

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Introduction The purpose of lab 1 was to understand the basics of soils. It is important when doing soil experiments to identify the soils and recognize different characteristics those soils have. Knowing how different soils react with the environment hel

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###### Jordan CE 312 Lab 1

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Results and Discussion The specific gravity portion of the testing yielded the following results. For the long procedure, the mass of the beaker was measured at 223.2 grams. With the soil in the beaker, the mass was 998 grams. When water was added, the ma

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###### CE312_Lab_6_Report[1]

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March 23, 2009 RAMIL MIJARES Teaching Assistant CE 312 Section 001 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering College of Engineering MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY East Lansing, MI 48824 Ramil: Please accept the attached report for our Lab Experiment No

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Methods and Materials The methods and materials for the compaction experiment are simple and straight forward. Two important experimental notes need to be taken into account. The first is that Group 3 was responsible for conducting compaction tests for th

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CE 312 Section 001 Memo To: Ramil Mijares From: Jordan McNally Date: 2/20/2013 Re: Results of Permeability Test Introduction An experiment was performed on March 30 th to explore relationships involving seepage velocity, hydraulic conductivity, flow rate,

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###### Lab4.CE312[1]

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DepartmentofCivil&EnvironmentalEngineering CollegeofEngineering MICHIGANSTATEUNIVERSITY CE312 SOILMECHANICS Spring2009 LabReportEvaluationSheet TITLE: Lab5:CompactionTest GROUPNUMBER: 3 MEMBERS: Bouvy,Nathan Kanners,Brent McNally,Jordan Morris,Matthew Don

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###### Lab 2

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Grain Size Analysis (Sieve and Hydrometer Analysis) Kevin Janes, Tim Koch, Jordan Streby, George Williams CE 312 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Section 1 September 17th, 2012 Submitted September 24th, 2012 Introduction Laboratory 2 involved the analysis of gra

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###### Lab 4

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Field Density Test (Sand-Cone Method) Kevin Janes, Tim Koch, Jordan Streby, George Williams CE 312 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Section 1 October 1st, 2012 Submitted October 8th, 2012 Introduction Laboratory 4 included two processes, the calibration of the s

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###### 312 Exam 1 A

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###### 312 Exam 1 B

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(A) fut Name: fitous I Part I - Multiple choice and T/F questions (20 pts) 1) The water content at which soil ceases to shrink is called: (2 Pts) a) Activitv c) Sf,ti*age Limit Plastic Limit d) Liquidity index @ 2) Which one of the following is true? (2 P

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###### 312 Exam 2 A

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###### HW6-Stresses_solution

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CE 312- SOIL MECHANICS- FALL 2012 Homework 6 - Stresses SOLUTION Submit to CE312 mailbox at the main CEE office (3546 EB) ! NOTE: Show all your calculation steps clearly and write legibly. USE ENGINEERING PAPER for the hand-calculations. FIGURE 1 !" Calcu

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CE 312- SOIL MECHANICS- FALL 2012 Homework 8 Shear Strength DUE: Monday, November 19th, 2012, 10:00 am SOLUTION 1. For a direct shear test on a dry sand, the following are given: Specimen size (cubical specimen): 2 75 mm (length) x 75 mm (width) x 30 mm (

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###### HW9_solution

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(1) ) (2) a = 15; H = 5; T = 10; f = 35; gm = 15; a = a / 180*pi; T = T / 180*pi; f = f / 180*pi; % Active earth pressure coefficient psi = asin(sin(a)/sin(f)-a+2*T; KA = cos(a-T)*sqrt(1+sin(f)^2-2*sin(f)*cos(psi)/(cos(T)^2*(cos(a)+sqrt(sin

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###### EXAM_3_Solutions

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!. Name: _ _ / C E312 Soil Mechanics Exam 3 FALL 2012 Date: November 20, 2012 ~ LLA.:t- cfw_0 1\J I nstructor: Dr. M. Emin Kutay, P.E. This is a closed-book exam. Please read the questions carefully and answer the questions to the best o f your understand

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###### Soils Exam 2

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xu ./LAXtoM ,/ O\.q.e L!' 5t ", CE3I2 Soil Mechanics Mid-Term Exam 2 Spring 2010 Date: March 4',2010 Instructor: Dr. M. Emin Kutat P.E_ This is a closed-book cxam. Please read the questions carefully and answer the questrons to the best ofyout unde\$taodin

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###### Final Lab1

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Visual-Manual Soil Identification & Determination of Specific Gravity Kevin Janes, Tim Koch, Jordan Streby, George Williams CE 312 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Section 1 September 10th, 2012 Submitted September 17th, 2012 Introduction Laboratory 1 included t

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###### Test_1_Solution

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###### Exam2Solution

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PartI 1"' NAME: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 9) (25 Pts) A s heet pile wall is constructed on a soil shown in the figure. Saturated unit weight o f t he soil is 21 k N/m3 . (Hint: Last equipotential drop (at the upstream) is about h alf o f a regular equipot

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###### CE312Exam1_solution

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CE 312 Soil Mechanics Exam 1 FALL 2012 SOLUTION Date: October 2, 2012 Instructor: Dr. M. Emin Kutay, P.E. This is a closed-book exam. Please read the questions carefully and answer the questions to the best of your under

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###### Lec1

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ME222 Fall 2010 ME222: Mechanics of Deformable Solids Patrick Kwon Professor Mechanical Engineering Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan 1. Concept of Stress 1.1 Introduction Understanding the relationships between external loads and internal

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