Comparison of determination of oedometric modulus based on CPT and laboratory testing in case of pleistocene sand layers

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... As described by Kádár and Nagy (2018), below the alluvial deposit, there is eolian sand (transported by wind). The rounded particles are in the size range of silt and fine sands; the layer has a thickness of 5.0 m. ...
... This layer is not present in all the CPTs. The layers of eolian and fluvial sands (Kádár and Nagy, 2018) are classified as silty sand and sand, while the last normally consolidated layer is sand. The four layers are not overconsolidated as they more or less fall in the diagonal of the diagram. ...
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