Cone penetration tests dissipation test
Using CPT Pore Pressure Dissipation Tests to Characterize Groundwater Conditions
Excess pore water pressure is generated during an electronic cone penetrometer test.
The water table or phreatic surface depth is defined as the distance below the soil surface at which pore pressure is equal to atmospheric pressure.
As a CPT cone is pushed into saturated subsurface soil, it creates a localized increase in pore pressure denoted excess pore pressure, u i as groundwater is pushed out of the way of the cone.
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Soil stratigraphy often is determined by various drilling procedures and interpreting the data collected on borehole logs. In-situ tests by flat dilatometer.
In-Situ Soil Testing
The method, which involves a new excess pore pressure normalisation technique, is applicable to both monotonic and dilative dissipation data.
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