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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 10, October 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Soil Permeability Comparison By Laboratory Tests: Baghdad City

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AUTHOR(S)

Wafaa Fadhil Abbas, Haitham Kadhim Dakheel,Falah Gaser Falah

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Baghdad city, Coarse Particles, Poiseuille's Theory, Permeability

 

ABSTRACT

Intermediate part of Iraq and symbolizes the first governorate from the eighteen governorates of Iraq in area called of Baghdad City. Permeability in Baghdad city is the meaning property that effects on the construction's constancy, then, the research is focused to evaluate the permeability for (cohesion less soil). Because of the soil morphology of Baghdad city, numerous disturbed samples at different depths were taken indicative of locations covering the region in Baghdad governorate. Four sites of soils in Baghdad city are certain. These sites are categorized consistent with the values of effective diameter to (A, B, C and D). The coefficient of permeability (k) is valued by using the constant head permeability test when the soil samples are arranged in dry national, then distribution the soil within the permeability shape at changed density by using raining soil (at different void ratio), these tests are recurrent at different coefficient of uniformity (CU). The mathematical representation of the coefficient of permeability data are represented by empirical equation. The relapse analysis was performed by using the statistical package and the results of the analysis provide the empirical equation for Baghdad soil. The empirical equation (12) compare with the Poiseuille's equation (11), the results of the empirical equation are conventional as compared to Poiseuille's equation. The results got from the present empirical equation (12) are compared with the field results of the four arbitrary sites which indication a good matching.

 

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