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  • Stott, P.R.; Theron, E. (Innovative Geotechnics for Africa - Bouassida, Khemakhem & Haffoudhi (Eds.) 2015, 2017-01)
    The relationship between suction and water content gives crucial information about a soil. The time and cost of determining the full soil water suction curve make it not feasible for small projects like economic housing. ...
  • Stott, P.R.; Theron, E. (Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA, 2017-01)
    The relationship between suction and water content gives crucial information about a soil. Small projects like economic housing do not warrant the time and cost of determining the full soil water suction curve. A considerable ...
  • Stott, P.R.; Theron, E. (Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineers, 2015-06)
    Design of foundations for most light structures in South Africa, and in particular for low-cost housing, relies heavily on particle size analysis and the determination of Atterberg Limits. The tests for these properties ...
  • Stott, P.; Theron, E. (Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, 2016-06)
    The estimation of clay fraction is important for predicting the engineering properties of a soil. SANS 3001 GR3 (SANS 2011) specifies a procedure for clay fraction determination using a hydrometer. It has long been ...
  • Stott, P.R.; Monye, P.K.; Theron, E. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 2016)
    A fundamental aspect of the characterization of any soil is the assessment of its particle size distribution. While this is relatively easy for the coarse fraction it remains problematic for soil fines particularly for ...

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