Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering Mcqs

Q.  Due to a rise in temperature, the viscosity and the unit weight of the percolating fluid are reduced to 60% and 90% respectively. If other things remain constant, the coefficient of permeability__________________?

a. increases by 25%
b. increases by 50%
c. increases by 33.3%
d. decreases by 33.3%


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