volume 6, issue 4, P395-412 1969
DOI: 10.1139/t69-041
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Abstract: Experimental results on normally-consolidated undisturbed clays of various sensitivities are presented and analyzed using the approach developed in Part I. It is shown that, both for isotropically and anisotropically consolidated samples, the pore pressure ratio – strain relationship is independent of the magnitude of consolidation pressures, time of sustained stress, time of consolidation and intrinsic anisotropy under both plane strain and axially-symmetric stress conditions. The effect of the intermediate …

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