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Republlc of the Philippines


G
ILLESANIA
Engine*ring
Review and TrainingCenterTacloban - Cebu
Sitaation
-
A
sample
of
saturated clay
was
placed
in a
conlainerand
weighed.
The weighl
waa
5
N.
The
day
in its
container
was
placed
in
arr
oven for
24
hours
at 105,C.
The
weight
reduced
tq
a
cqngtant
val*e
of
5
N.
The
weight
of
the
conteiner is
1
N.
lf G
=
2
7, determine the following:
$ituation
-
An
embankment
far
a
highway
is
to
be
conslructed
from a soil compacted to
a
dry unit wejght
of
1e kN1m3.^Theclay
to
be
trucked to
the
site from a borrow pit
is
17
kN/mr
and
rts
natural water
content
is
5%
Assume
G =
2.7.18.
-\I'/hat is the dry unit weight of
soil
in the
brnaw
pit in
kN/m3?
$ETA
Test
S3
Uoqe,l* bg
comqacled.to
attain
a dry
unit
'.'"'weight
of
18
kN/m3
ar
a wafeiccriteni-ot
7*,n
,liitermiir'eiiiij
ril
sample was found to have a
volunrle
at
22.3
*m3
iah
29,7
orams.
Tho drv
weicrhl of
lhe
samnle wxe
24.
A
maist
sail
and
to
weigh
29
7-grams,
The dry weight of the
samplei
wasdeterrnined
to
be 23
grams^
What is the porositv s{ the ssil?
rams^
Whai is
th-e
porosity s{ the ssil?
g - /-.1
A.
1.78S
t.
a.ilB
c,
0.7s8
D.
1,618
i&.,zsYo
c
0.751
c.
12"22
n.35%
D.
0.52S
D.
18.66
?,.15.81
D.
12.84
D.
126
D.
52,7
D.
0.0?9
,
,
^.
16.19
'8.
18.21*
C,
17.15
D.
is.?i
-
'
:19.:
r,alculale
the volume
of clay
from
ihe
borrow
pit
requirer

cubic
meter of embankmeni.
,
X
1.2s6
m3
t
l.ttz
mt
c.
1.354
rn3
D.
1.411
m3
'20
I
lf
the
borrow
soil
uvere
{*
be
comoacted
to
attain
a
dr
i4
5
Effective unit
weight
in
kNtm3
,.9.96 A
86S
$ituation
-
Laboratory
tests
sn
a
sail sample
yielded
the following
informaiion: G
=
211,
G.
=
1.22, MC
= l5%.
6.
lAllrich
sf
the
follouing
mast nearly gives the void ratio af
thesoil sarnple?
A.
0,62
.
0.62 B A]8
C.
0.87
Which
of
the
foliowing
most
near
early gives
the
degree
of
$.
0.35saturation
of
the
soil sanrpl*?
A.
78.2%
8.
33.9%
2::45.2Va
O.
42.8Q/a
1i/nic*
*f
the
faliowing rnost nearfy gives
the
porosity
of
the
soi sample?
A.
936% 8
47.8Yo
C.
54.6%
43.8slo
amount
of
water
required
per
cubic
rneter
cf
embankment,
assuming
no loss of water during transporfatton
|
331-iters
B.44liters
t
Z?Lilers
D. F5liters21.
A samfle
of saturated
soil
weighs 588
N
and
has a
vglum*
of
0.03
m'
lf the voids
ratio
of the soil is
0.75, determine
tlrespecific grauity of
the
solicls.
*2.75
B_
2,54 Q.2..87
D.
2.86
22
A
50 cc
of
moist clay was obtained
by
pressing
a
sharpened
hollor,v
cylinder into the
wall of
a
test
pit.
'The
exlruded
s'amolehacj
an initial weight of 85
grams
Atter oven-dryinq
rt
weidhs
60
grams.
lf
G =
2 70, detern:ine
the
degree
of saturatioi
of
the
samDie.
A.
87%'
B.
33%
C.
80%
6.
gOoto
23
The
mass specific gravity
of
an undisturbed soil
sarnple was
determined
to be
1
96 at
wa{er"
content
al
16%,
The
vcidratios
in
lhe
loosest and
densest stalss were
determined
to
be
0.SB
and
0-42,respectively
Determine
the
relative
d*n*ity
af
themass.G=2.7
t{.:61"3%
8. 52.Vah
C.
6S.4%
D.
74.5o/s
t5...A.675
g.
A.322Bulk
unit
'rueight ;n
xttlm3.
A.
21.33 9
1977
Dry
r.init
weight in kN/mr
A.
16.25
B.
'r7S7
c.
13.56
'c.
fi.42
situ soil?
A.
f.51
:D.,
A.42
C.
A.27
14. Which
of
ths'follnwing
most
neariy
saturaticn
of
ihe
in-silu sail?
A.
75o/a
"8.
46Y*
Situation
-
The
moist
weight
of 0.1 ft3soil
is
12,?
lb,
The moistsre*ontent of
th*
ssil
i*
12%
anej
the
specific
gravity
of soil
solids
is
2
72.
Determine q,,rg lowinS:
I
The dry unit
weight
in lbift".
A.
102
,.Y,
105
C.
118
{, lu{ ir/ ,VV L"
I
l(
10. -The degree
of'saturation
in percerrt.
* 58.5
B.
55.4
C.
63.

_
* 58.5 B 55.4
C.
63_1
11.
The volume occupied by
water
in
ftr
-'-'.,A,-0
fts''"
--51"a]5r3
""'
ji"'o.ozr
$ituatian
*
Given the
following
characleristics
of
a sail sample:
Voiuae
=
0.5 cubic fi.Mass = 56.7 oound massThe solids
have
specific_gravity
of
2.69.
Afler
oven
drying,
themass
of
the
soil was
48
7 oounds.
12
Which
of the
fqllowing
mo'si
nearly
gives
the density
of
the
in-
situ soit, in lb/ft"?
A 1042 A pA7
C.
1231
D.
113.4
13.
Which
of the
follswing
mo$t
neady
gives
the
porosity of
the
in-0.32
the
degree
of
Situation
-
A
fully
saturated
clay
sample
has
a
mass
of
1,526
grams.
After
oven-drying,
its
mass
was
reduced
to
1,053
grams. The
specific gravrty soil particles is
2.7.
't
5.
Calculate
the
nattrral
water
content
of
the
sample in percent.
A.
52
'8:
45
C.
36
D"
40
'16.
Calculate the
vsid
ratio in percent.
A.
85
8,
111
C.
136Caleulate
the
porosity in percent.
A ia R aA-
{d,
t,Q.:61ok
D.
35%
\D'.;121
D.
5S
,f'
JEr-PrPsqt
?-
**\I*-NTE
.J?
]'l',lrys*rftev.*:.#r
1.
Water content
A.
3C%
8.
2*a/o
2.
Vaid retio
BqABp
of
clvll
Er\lp.tNFSzu#cTFST
03
*
ACHIFVEMSNT
TEST {GHOTECH}
$aturday, June
29, 2013
illqT-FUC,TIOlt
Selec;t
ihe
cotrect answer
for
eryh
o{
ths
{ollswing
questions.
*.Vqrt
grry�ggw
for
eadr
item by
shading
the
box
trJ$p?l ,tg g
tlg{q
qf
ygq,gfqice
gjlgt
e1r3ygfqpgtFty$d srRlcrlY
NOEHSIREE
ALLo1fr�D.
ue6
pencit
fo. r
onry.
-
NOTE:
lA*-{CNEV[R YOU CAN ENCOUNTER A
CARET
T} S$N,
IT
MTANS EXPilNFMTIATION
25.
Saturated silty clay encountered in a
deep
exeavation
is
foundto
have
a
wEte{
content of
28%.
Determine
unit
weight
of theclay in
kN/m'
Assume
G =
2.7.
,u;
1s31
B"
18.54
8.
20j4 C
19.97
26.
A
soil
mass
has
a
porositv
of
38
percent
and
deqree
ofsaturation of
92 percdnt. Ttie
specific
qravitv qf the
o-articles
is
2.71
Find
the
specific weiqht bt
tne
sbit
n'dss
in
ocf.
A.
134.8
B.
i12.9 t. SA.Z
il..
nA'.tr27j
The water
table
in a deposlt
sf
sih
is towered from a depth
of
3
"-
'1 m
to a
depth of 6"5
m.'
Ali the silt is saturated even
ihirlfre
water
lable
is
lowered.
The water contenl is
25%.
lVtriefi
af
the
follawing
mosi
nearly gives
the
change
in
effectivepressure
at-a
depth
of
1S rn,
on
accsuni
sf
the
lowering of the
water
table?
A.
47.7
k?a
B.
31.8
kpa
I.
g+,S
kpa
n.
36.3 t(pa
28
The water table in a deposit
of
silt is lowered from a
deprth
of
3
m
to
a
depth
of 7
m.
Al
the
silt
is
seturated even aher
the
waler
table
is
fswered.
The waler eonient is
250/0.
Which of
the
tollowing
most
neariy gives
the
change
in
effectivepressure
at_a
depth of
10 m. on account
of the'lowerjng of
thewater table?
j.
39"2
kPa
B.
45.3
kPa
C.
53"2
kFa
D.
32.7
kPa
A.
48
B.
36
''4
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CiLL
[5AI'iiA
E"rS,
neEnnS Revievr ,rno
Irairring
Centet
cohesrortiess
ioil
Find
th*
nearest value
i*
the
t*tal
efrrth thr$st on the
wall
in
kl{
per
lin*ar
rneter
i{
th*
soil is
dry.
8.
83.6
c.
37.5
fi.
76.4
Situ*iion
-
The
results
*f
a
ccn**iidated-drained
lriaxiai
testccnducted on a
nai-maily cor-'isolidated
clay, aie
as fcilows:
Chainb*i
coniining
stress
=
23A
d?a
Deviatlr
sire$s ai
f*ilure
.
350
kPa
i2S
i
Calculaie
the
antlle
*f
friciicn
of
the
sr:il $affiple.
-a'e zq.sz
E,'
21.a2"
c.
18.iz'
*.
19.97"
'i30
l
Calcuiaie
ihe
shear
str*ss
otl
the ferlure plane
---:
A
140
kPa ^5
16S
kPa
C.
13{l
kPa
D,
J45
kPa
13Tl Catcutate
the
e{f*etiv*
norrnal
.stress
on
.lh�
piane
*f
*-
maximum shear.
A.
2{}7
kFa
B.
5*4
kPa
C.
428
kPa
l&"
3$3
kPa
Situation
*
A
retaining
wali
5
rn
high
supppris cohesiorrless
soil
having
a
dry
density
of
1570
kglm"
afigle
of
shearing
resislance
32'
and
voici
ratio of
0.68.
The surface
ol
ih*
spi]
is horizarrial arrd ievel
wrth
the
ioiJ
of
the
wall
lrieglecting wall
fri;iron
artci
trsitig
Rankrnes
Foim,ria
foi
aetive
pressure of
a1JJ.
Find
lhe
*e&re$l
valu*
tc
th*
thrusi
on the
lvall
in kN per iinear
metei-
if
c.*"' irg
t*
inadequate drainage,
it;is
waterlogg*4
io
a
lev*i cf
2 5
rn
below
the
surface
.
A"
51"2 4, *e.A
C.
?2"4
D.
S4.2
Flnd
th*
nearest vaiue
ta the
height
abov*
the
base
*f
ihe
wail,
ihe thiust
asts during
ihe waterlogged
condiiitx.
A.
2"5&
m
B.
1.42
rn E
214
m
O.
1.85
m
$it*atian:
A
lully $at*ratrd clay
siernp'e
fta*
a
ln*ss
of
152S
Craiils.
Afier
r:rven-drying,
its
ma$s lua$ redsced
by
2S1
gierris.
The specific gravity
*nil parti*i**
is
?.S$.
35.
Ci*lculaie
ti"re
rraturai water cotrlent
Df
the sarnple
ir:
p*rc*nt-
A.
35.6 *. 287
{g:
22
6
tr"
1S
S
36
Caiculate the void
ratic
rn
perC*nt.
{8t
60.5 B 06 t. 54.2 n
76.9
37. Xaieulate the porcslty
n
percent
A.
43.S
'8.
32.4
C.
4s
'&)37
7
$itqs#sn
- The
s'and shourn
in
Figure
Stu{-3.212}has
vcid r*tio
of
S.S* and Q
t
2.7A.
H'
=
1.5
ril.
H2
= 3 m, and
H:
'
S.4 m
38.
Determine
tlt^s
n*srest
vaiue
te
the
*f{eciive unit weight
cf
sancl
in
kNimr
n-
s.6e-
F.
1i.s6
frn.az
n.
ez1
39.
Detern:ine
ths near**t
v;*lue {o
the
lot;:l slress
at
X
in kPa.
--,-#, tr+ B 7Q"2
.
c.78.*
D
82.3
r4Cl
'D'eier-rninc
the
nearest r:alue
i*-the
effe*tive slress
aFX
in
-'
hPa,
n.
27.3
3.
32.2
c.
36.5
D.
29
S
grcund
surfece
t
I?Jl
itVfiict"t
sf the
fsllowing
gives
the
effective stress
at
point A
'*-
A.
11.skpa
a.
tsl:ipa
c.
14$kFa
D.
14.?kFatF)ll
rnnrcrr
of
ihe
tollovrinq qives the
effective
stress
at
porol
F:
.28.5
kP.r
B
ZZ"q\pa
,.
26
1
kPa
D
32li
kPa
Figure
$M-3'X2)Situatisn
- A
s*iJ
pr*file
consists
of
a
clay
lay*r
unclerlain
by
a
sand
layers
aa'shawn
irr
Figur*
38.
A tube is
inserted
intn
the
bsttoff
-sand
leyer
and the water
ievel ris*$
ts
1.2 m
ab*ve
the
:.28.5kPa
H.T7.qk?a
J.2S'i
kFa
D'
323kFa
'+:J
Wnrcfr
of
the followine qlves the
effeclive
stress
at poini
C.
*'
f,-40
5
kpa
I
3BE
iPa
c.
45
7
kPa
D.
5? 3
kPa
'
'
t.4c
5
kpa
B
3831Pa
c.
45
7
kPa
D.
52.3
kPa
'
,
Figure
38
Situation
-
A
15-m
thick
sr-rbmerged
saturated
clay layer
has
water csntenl
of
48%.
The
specific gravity
oi
ths
solid
,
particles
is
2 72.
44
Detemine
the
spe*ific gravity
*f
tlte
sci
maes,
'
*
A.
175 B ',i.85
C.
1.67
A.
2j4
45"
'Determine
the totai
v*r"iical
stress at
th*
nridheight
*f
the *iay
iayer
in
kPa
"
A
213.47
B
158.74
C.
25S.92
t.
128.4e146.;
Determin*
the
effeclive verticfil sirese
at
ih*
b*ttam
*f
the
-
clay
layer,
irr
kPa
A.
78.v6
B.
54.S e.
105.8
. {}
124"fi
Situation
*
A can**lidaled-draintsd
triaxial
t*st'vras
conducted cna normally
eons$fid*ted
ciay.
The reculi*
ar* *s
f*ll{'tvs:
Ch*r-nber
confining str*$$
*
180
tcFa
Deviatcr
strress
at
failurc
*
31S
kPa
?Zl
Co*prt*
the angle of friction of-the soii sample
it1
{tegrees.
: A 3124 p
27.5s
''
c"
25.3s
fr.
22.47
1461
Determine
the
shear
stres*
on tlre
faiiure
plane in kPa.
'-"'
A.
15:
B.
1S? q 137
fr^
142
*9ll
Campute
ih$'efe*tivc
nsrrnai
siiess
iil
KFa
cn
th*
plane
cf
' '
maximurn shear
I
*
]*t
-.18.5
kf,,llm3
7
rn
]*r
*
19
kN/rn3
y*, =
i./
kNrrm3
*. 335 3
463
c.
*3J5
n.
387
kOi
e
ground protile consist
of
2
m
of silty
sanci
underlain by 3
m
'*-
of
clay
The
ground
water tabie
is
3
rn
below-the
grourrd
surJac'e.
The s?nd has
a
unilweight
af
f4
KNlm'
Tde
ciay
has a-unit weight
ol
16 KN/rn" above the water
taLrle
and
20
Kt'Jim' beiow
fte
wat*r
tsble.
Deielfiline
th*
total
stress
ai
the
bottom oi
the
clav {aver,.
A.
6$KPe
fr.
72'KP'a
'[. 84KFa
t].
$8KFa
$ituatinn
-
A
soil dsp$sit
is
shown
in
Fig*re
3?.
The
ground
water
iable, i*itrfilly at the
grorrnd
sut-face,
wa$
lovr'ered
til
a
depth
of
25
ft
below
ihe
gro'.rrrd
A.fter
sr.rch
lowering,
the
degree
of
saturaii*n
of
t|:e *and
ebtve
vrater
lable
was
lorarer-ed
Io
20%.
51
.
Whi+lr
eif
the
foliowrng grvec
the vertical sffeetive pres*ure
at
the
rnidheight of
the
clay
iayer
befare lowering
th* wat*r la*le,
in
psf.
.r\
A 4,830 I
2
4s0
p)
+,:rso
D
6,75C
i52r
ifUiricn
of
tire
foilowinE
gives
i6c
vertir.ai
efective
pressure
at
"-
'
the
rrridheight
cf
ths
clay iayer
afi*r
lowering the vraier
table,
"
[oi *
B
b,rzo
.
c
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gives
iire
verticai
effective
prsssure
'"
'-
when
there
i$
nc
r,^rat*r
in
ihe
sand layer,
in
p*i"
& 6?10 C
5180
B
7
45A
D.
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9J:
q:l:I
rt-Wlts
cT
te'-*
laver. in
kPa.
A:
365
g.
334 c
287
5?.
Det*rmine
the
effective
vertical
*trese
clay layer, in
kPa.
A 200 B 185
C.
114
Situatien
*
Figur*
34i08)-1
shows
the layer* af
$oil in
llibe.ihat
is
1*0
mm
"
100 nrm
in
cr$ss-secticn. Water
is
supplied
to
rnaintnin
a
con$tani head difference
of
300
mrn
across
the
sample.
'lhe
hydrauiic
*':nductivitiet
af
the
ssils
in
the
direition
c;ifiow
ttir*ugh
them are as
follsws;
c",;l
OUII
A
L
S0.
Calculate the
fiearest vailte
tro
the
total
flcw
through
the
soii,
nccy'sec.
A,
0.1?4
B.
0.018
.CI
0.CI81
D.
0.036
S'i
.
Calculate the nearest value to
th*
value af
he in mrnA.''
3*5.3
g.
247.5
C.
154.6
D.
100
62.
Cetculate
the
nearest
valil� tc
the
vah"ie
cf
ha in
mm.
s.
396
at
th*
b*lt*m
of
the
p.
138
k
qcm/seg)
1
,
1A-'3
x
10-3
4.9
x
1Q'a
*T*
I
i
I
5Gft
II
II
I
,t
-?*-
l
25'ft
I
_i*
Sltu*ti*n
*
The ccii in Figure 25
h**
e
void ralis
slf
0.50 and G
:
2.70.
fu
*, 1.$ m,
hz
= 3
m.
$4.
Which
cf
ihe Joliowing is
cicsest to the effectiv*
unit
weighi of
sand in
kN/m'
*{Ai 1524
B
1o:14
c.
14.2r
a
11.12
{
55{
\{irrch
of the folloiving
ia
the
clo$est
io
the effectivs $tress
*t
'
--:
Doini
A in kPA
Ji
ii.:s
e
ft
64 L zl.4i
D.
oz;elffi.iv'ltricf'
of
the following
is
clnsesl
to
critieal hydrauiic gradient
**
of
sand
(f'-rr
quick
condition)
A.
0.*5
B.
1.S7
&.
1.13
D.
1"54
$ltuatien
-
A
20
nr
thick
submerged
saiuraled
clay
layer
has
water cantsnl
at
57%.
The
-specific
gravrty
of
the
solid
sarticles
is
2.84.
57.
beternrine
the densitv of the clav in kc/m"
l, vot B 1852
c
'1614
iJ.
1528
58. -Determine
the tatal verlical stress at
the
bott*m
cf
the
clay
Fig&re
SZ
t
287.9
n.
2S0
c.
254.3
D.
185.4
wate 'SuPPlv
Figl'rs
g4{o$}-i
Page
3
$ituation
*
A
bar*hcle
log
profile
in
a
construetion
pr*ject
is
shswn
in
Figure
45.7(1)S02.
'll1e
proposesl
*$$strilction
wiil
imparl
a
nei
stres$
of
12
N/cm'.
U*e
*nit
ureight
*f
water
equal to 9.81
kN/m'
63
Determine
the
neare$t value to
th*
buoyant
unit
weight
af theclay in
hNlm'.
t 8.43
B"
7.63
C,
p.S?
fr.
1*.12
ti4"
-Setermine
the
nearesl value
tt
the effestive ,rerticai stress,
in
kPa, at
the
midheight
oi tha
cfay layer.
A.
187.$
8"
19C.8
Q"
178.4
D.
162.3
65
llJhat
is
the
averagn *ettiement
af the normally consotidatedciay layer in
cm"
C*mpresslon
ind*x
C.
= 0.009{LL
-
1fl).
A.
27.1
tl.
25.4
c.
23.4
whers;.
=
"dit
leighi
of
soil
particiFi
0.
2s.4
glr
*n
CI
*94
Figure
45.7(i)Sr02
'
Situation
-
The
sorl
profile on the proposed land
filling prclect
is
shewn
in Figure 32
2(9).
The
vrraler
tabi*
is ? n:
belovr
the
grcund surface. A
? 5-m
thick
ianqJ
fill
is
tc
be
pla**d
*v*r
theexistirrg ground surface.
66
What
is
tf�
neareqt
vair.ie
1c
the
efferetive
unit weight of theclay layer in
kNim'"
A.'1A.4
B.
S6 1. 1*.9
D.
12.5
67.
Wh*t
is
th*
nearesi
value to
the increas*
itt
*sii
$lrs$s
dile
t*
the nronosed land
fril.
in kPa?
a
s:
z
4.
++.s
c
36.8
68,
i.tJhat
is
the
nsaresl
vaiue
tc
the
s*n*oiidxtion
*ettlem*nt
tf
the clay layer, in
mm.
,^ 88
8.
9S
C.
77
D.
6$

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