"A study was made of the stress-strain characteristics of compacted samples of a modified loessial soil obtained near Memphis, Tennessee. The study consisted of compacting samples at a constant water content and at unit weights of 92, 96 and 100 pounds per cubic foot (1470, 1540 and 1600 kg/m3). Triaxial tests were performed on unsaturated compacted specimens to obtain stress-strain-volume change data. These data were used to determine stress-dependent functions for tangent modulus and Poisson's ratio"--Abstract, page ii.
Schmidt, Norbert O., 1925-2009
Stephenson, Richard Wesley
Barr, David J.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Civil Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 98 pages
© 1979 Danny Lloyd Kerns, All rights reserved.
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Loess -- Tennessee -- Memphis
Soil mechanics -- Mathematical models
Soils -- Sampling -- Tennessee -- Memphis
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Kerns, Danny Lloyd, "Stress-strain properties of compacted modified Memphis Loess" (1979). Masters Theses. 3403.
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