Hi, could somebody tell me why, when you test a sample with three cell pressures of 50, 100 and 200 using a undrained triaxial test, then plot them onto the Mohr's Circle you end up with the first circle smaller than the others, I know it is something to do with the cell pressures, but thats about it. I have tried to research it in text books but have came up against a wall. Thanks John
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