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exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

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hi - i'm struggling to solve problem E3.4 in SBCSSM (prof Wood). Can anyone with the book get me going? thanks!
PS if necessary i can write the problem here

RE: exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

A little more information would be helpful.

1. The complete spelled out title.

2. The complete and spelled out list of authors.

3. The complete name of the publisher. Maybe the ISBN (book number).

Maybe a more complete explanation of the problem would also be helpful.

Remember; the more information with the question, the better the answer.

Jim

RE: exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

In general, we are not here to help with your homework. This is a forum for practicing engineers to discuss issues with each other. There is; however, a student forum in here that you will probably get a better response, provided you give more information as jimstructures noted.

I am flagging your post for deletion, but you're welcome to post in the student forum.

RE: exercise E3.4 in soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics

Ron. It is posted in the student forum.

It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. (Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia.)

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