pressure, soil water retention characteristics, and texture of Latosols in the Brazilian Cerrado.
Pedotransfer functions for estimating preconsolidation
Based on previous test results, soil preconsolidation
time was determined at 100 g of centrifugal acceleration.
The vertical preconsolidation
stress, [[sigma]'.sub.vpc] (a), is defined as the maximum vertical effective stress experienced by the overconsolidated clay layer.
Sallfors, "Temperature effect on preconsolidation
pressure," Geotechnical Testing Journal, vol.
The soil parameters of rock and soil include liquidity index (LI), undrained shear strength [s.sub.u], remolded undrained shear strength [s.sup.re.sub.u], preconsolidation
stress [[sigma]'.sub.p], and vertical effective stress [[sigma]'.sub.v].
Dias Junior MS, Pierce FJ (1995) A simple procedure for estimating preconsolidation
pressure from soil compression curves.
Included on estimated annual tax bills mailed to Augusta property owners was another surprise affecting at least 13,000 households inside the preconsolidation
Increase in preconsolidation
ratios and overburden reduced settlements; also, the faster the rate of hydration of cement was, the fewer displacements was observed, at surface.
Newland and Allely  discussed the influence of consolidation pressure on the secondary consolidation coefficient [C.sub.a], and they considered that [C.sub.a] has nothing to do with consolidation pressure but upon its preconsolidation
Compaction at this site will continuously occur as long as the groundwater head remains below the preconsolidation
level (a critical value below which inelastic compaction of the fine-grained deposits occurs) within the aquifer systems in this area.