In all of the responses addressing EFP, I have seen that al of the descriptions always seem to refer to finding the Equivalent Fluid Pressure based on a value given in a geotechnical report. My question is where does that value in the report come from and how is it generated? If the report says "use 60 pcf" for the EFP, how was that value calculated?
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