## User: tanya.tanyabarnwal

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... The possible slip surface has a radius equal to 22 m, and passing through the toe of cut slope and trough the point 3.6 m away on the top ground from the edge of cut.
The C.G of failure mass is 10.3 m from the center of failure circle. The properties of soil are C = 50 kN/m$^{2}$, $\phi=15^{\circ}$ ...

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... The soil is clay with C=30 kN/m$^{2}$ and unit weight of 19.7 kN/m$^{3}$. The weight of the chimney is 100 kN and it has a resultant wind load of 25 kN acting at a height of 1.2 m above the ground level acting parallel to both of the sides. Determine the factor of safety with respect to bearing capa ...

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... Take $\gamma=19 kN/m^{3}$, $\phi=35^{\circ}$, C=5 kN/m$^{2}$. The depth of foundation is 1 meter. Bearing capacity factors are given as: N$_{c}$=46, N$_{q}$=33, N$_{γ}$=48.
**Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Shallow Foundations
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... **Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Shallow Foundations
**Difficulty :** Medium ...

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... **Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Shallow Foundations
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... The unit weight of soil is 18kN/m$^{3}$ and effective shear parameters are C=15 kN/m$^{2}$, ɸ =300. The
natural water table is at a depth of 2 m below ground level. Use IS method given for ɸ=30$^{\circ}$, N$_{c}$=30.1,N$_{q}$=18.4, N$_{γ}$=22.4.
**Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
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... **Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Shallow Foundations
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... Estimate the allowable load on pile according to Engineering news formula.
**Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Pile Foundations
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... **Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Pile Foundations
**Difficulty :** Medium ...

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... If undrained cohesion is 45 kN/m$^{2}$ and the pile spacing is 1 m centre to centre. What is the capacity of group? Take factor of safety of 2 and adhesion factor as 0.7.
**Subject :** Geological Engineering 2
**Topic :** Pile Foundations
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