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Dissipation tests may be analysed using the strain path method (SPM) proposed by Houlsby and Teh 1988. Further, dissipation tests carried out in over consolidated soils may be corrected using the square root time method as proposed in Sully et al. 1999, and short tests may be extrapolated forward to estimate tx, (e.g. t50).
Example Normally Consolidated Test
Example Over Consolidated Test with Back Extrapolation
Example Over Consolidated Test with Forward Extrapolation
Example Type V Over Consolidated Test
Example Dissipation Test Summary