British Standard 1377:
Methods of test for soils for civil engineering purposes

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And this file is being built up gradually.

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Peter Smart. Started: 1999.05.27. Revised: 1999.05.27. Links: 2006.09.12.

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Contents
Part 1: General requirements. Sample preparation
Part 2: Classification
Part 3: Chemical and electro-chemical
Part 4: Compaction
Part 5: Compressibility, permeability and durability
Part 6: Consolidation and permeability
Part 7: Shear strength (total stress)
Part 8: Shear strength (effective stress)
Part 9: In-situ tests



Part 1: General requirements and sample preparation

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Section 0: Introduction.

Section 1: Scope.

Section 2: Terminology, definitions, symbols and units.

Section 3: Classification of soils.

Section 4: Apparatus.

Section 5: Materials.

Section 6: Environmental requirements.

Section 7: Preparation of disturbed samples for testing.

Section 8: Preparation of undisturbed samples for testing.

Section 9: Reports.



Part 2: Classification tests

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Part 3: Chemical and electro-chemical tests

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Part 4: Compaction-related tests

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Part 5: Compressibility, permeability and durability tests

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Part 6: Consolidation and permeability tests
in hydraulic cells and with pore pressure measurement

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Part 7: Shear strength tests (Total stress)

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Part 8: Shear strength tests (Effective stress)

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Part 9: In-situ tests

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