Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering Mcqs

Q.  Coefficient of permeability of soil______________?

a. does not depend upon temperature
b. increases with the increase in temperature
c. increases with the decrease in temperature
d. none of the above


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MCQs:  The ultimate consolidation settlement of a soil is________________?
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MCQs:  A normally consolidated clay settled 10 mm when effective stress was increased from 100 kN/m2 to 200 kN/ m2. If the effective stress is further increased from 200 kN/ m2 to 400 kN/ m2, then the settlement of the same clay is__________________?
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MCQs:  The ultimate consolidation settlement of a structure resting on a soil_______________?
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MCQs:  Direct measurement of permeability of the specimen at any stage of loading can be made_______________?
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MCQs:  With the increase in the amount of compaction energy________________?
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MCQs:  For a loose sand sample and a dense sand sample consolidated to the same effective stress_____________?
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MCQs:  For better strength and stability, the fine grained soils and coarse grained soils are compacted respectively as____________________?
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MCQs:  The shear strength of a soil_________________?
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MCQs:  Skempton’s pore pressure coefficient B for saturated soil is________________?
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MCQs:  In a deposit of normally consolidated clay_________________?
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MCQs:  Unconfmed compressive strength test is________________?
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MCQs:  Shear strength of a soil is a unique function of__________________?
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MCQs:  A cylindrical specimen of saturated soil failed under an axial vertical stress of 100kN/m2 when it was laterally unconfmed. The failure plane was inclined to the horizontal plane at an angle of 45°. The values of cohesion and angle of internal friction for the soil are respectively______________________?
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MCQs:  If a cohesive soil specimen is subjected to a vertical compressive load, the inclination of the cracks to the horizontal is__________________?
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MCQs:  If the shearing stress is zero on two planes, then the angle between the two planes is________________?
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MCQs:  In a triaxial compression test when drainage is allowed during the first stage (i. e. application of cell pressure) only and not during the second stage (i.e. application of deviator stress at constant cell pressure), the test is known as__________________?
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MCQs:  Sensitivity of a soil can be defined as___________________?
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MCQs:  The coefficient of active earth pressure for a loose sand having an angle of internal friction of 30° is___________________?
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MCQs:  During the first stage of triaxial test when the cell pressure is increased from 0.10 N/mm2 to 0.26 N/mm2, the pore water pressure increases from 0.07 N/mm2 to 0.15 “N/mm2. Skempton’s pore pressure parameter B is___________________?
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MCQs:  In the triaxial compression test, the application of additional axial stress (i.e. deviator stress) on the soil specimen produces shear stress on__________________?
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