volume 9, issue 3, P313-319 1972
DOI: 10.1139/t72-034
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Abstract: A theory originally proposed by Gibson and Anderson (1961) has been extended to enable a direct determination of the whole undrained stress-strain curve of the clay from the pressure-expansion curve obtained in a conventional pressuremeter test.When applied to some pressuremeter tests carried out in Leda clay in the Ottawa area, the method enabled us to determine the undrained stress-strain behavior of the clay up to axial strains of about 20%. It is thought that, when properly performed, the test is able to …

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