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Classification of the layers according to Robert­ son (2009).

Classification of the layers according to Robert­ son (2009).

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... CPT measurements were conducted according to MSZ EN ISO 22476-1:2013. The CPT-based soil behavior of the layers; land­ fill, lean clay, silty sand and gravelly sand are pre­ sented in Figure 1. A CPT-based normalized soil behavior chart was suggested by Robertson (1990) and updated by Robertson (2009). ...
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... stratification of the area was defined accord­ ing to traditional geotechnical soil identifications and CPT measurements. The layers appearing at the CPT logs are presented in Figure 1. One dot is one layer in one CPT. ...
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... values for the coefficient in the case of cohesive soils were also defined and presented by Sanglerat (1972), later synthesized by Kumala Sari et al. (2017). According to Figure 1. the landfill is classified as "silts of low plasticity", although it is very heterogenic, and a high percentage of construction waste can be found in it. ...
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... to Figure 1. the landfill is classified as "silts of low plasticity", although it is very heterogenic, and a high percentage of construction waste can be found in it. According to Figure 1. and laboratory identifica­ tion tests, the lean clay layer is considered a "clay of low plasticity", while the last two layers of silty sand gravelly sand are regarded as "sands". ...