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The Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity Of 2-Fraction Granular Soils And The Internal Stability

Imre, Emőke; Illés, Zsombor; Bálint, Ágnes; Barreto, Daniel; Khaliunaa, Adildorj; Tsendsuren, Boldbaatar; Huong, Thi Quynh Dang; Lizeth Guadalupe, Lamas Lopez


Emőke Imre

Zsombor Illés

Ágnes Bálint

Adildorj Khaliunaa

Boldbaatar Tsendsuren

Thi Quynh Dang Huong

Lamas Lopez Lizeth Guadalupe


The four grading entropy coordinates can be used for soil classification on the basis of grain size and the grading curve shape (similarly e.g., to the diameter values). The grading entropy coordinates give information on several basic Physics features of soil like minimum dry density, internal structure and degree of degradation for natural soils. Therefore, assumingly, using them, good permeability k regression relations can be elaborated. In this work some laboratory tests are made for saturated permeability on fractally distributed sand mixtures (which are mean grading curves with predetermined composition). After the first stage of the measurement it is found that, the results indicate that the preciseness is better if only the data of non-segregating, internally stable mixtures are used, indicating the importance of selecting non-segregating mixtures in laboratory tests.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (Published)
Conference Name 11th ICEEE – 2020 Conference
Start Date Nov 19, 2020
End Date Nov 20, 2020
Acceptance Date Jul 30, 2020
Publication Date Nov 30, 2020
Deposit Date Dec 21, 2021
Pages 267-274
Book Title Proceedinngs Book of 11th ICEEE – 2020 Conference
ISBN 978-963-449-203-0
Keywords granular matter; saturated water permeability; grading curve; grading entropy; segregation
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