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AS 1289.6.6.1-1998

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Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes — Soil strength and consolidation tests, Method 6.6.1: Determination of the one-dimensional consolidation properties of a soil — Standard method

This Standard describes a procedure for determining the rate and magnitude of consolidation of soil when it is restrained laterally and loaded and drained axially. The Method is primarily intended for application to saturated soils to which the consolidation theory applies, but it may be adapted for application to unsaturated soils.
Published: 01/01/1998
Pages: 10
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Table of contents
Cited references
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
1 Scope
2 Referenced documents
3 Apparatus
4 Calibration of consolidation cell
5 Preparation of specimens
6 Procedure
7 Calculations
7.1 Deformation/time properties
7.2 Deformation/load properties
8 Reporting of results
Cited references in this standard
AS 1289. 2.1.1
Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes, Method 2.1.1: Determination of the moisture content of a soil—Oven drying method (standard method)
[Pending Revision]
Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes, Method 3.5.1: Soil classification tests — Determination of the soil particle density of a soil — Standard method
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