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Donnish Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing Technology

October 2014 Vol. 1(1), pp. 001-008

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Original Research Article


Model Prediction to Monitor Pore Distribution Impact on Bearing Pressure in Silty Formation Influenced by Velocity in Coastal Area of Abonnema


Eluozo S. N

Subaka Nigeria Limited, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

Corresponding Author E-mail: soloeluozo2013@hotmail.com

Accepted 16th October, 2014.



Abstract


The deposition on pore distribution of silty soil are confirmed to generate lots of impact on highly impose loads, the soil experiences lots of stress from imposed loads, variation on pore distribution in silty formation were generated to monitor the effect on bearing pressures base on its level of deposition in various depths. Predicting pore distribution percentage in silty formations were to monitor the rate of increase in their various deposition, such condition should also determine some level of impact when the soil is carrying an imposed load, the establishment of mathematical model were carried out to predict the deposition rate of pore distribution of silty formation reflecting impact on bearing pressure of the soil, these also reflect on the condition of settlement under the influences of preconsolidation and consolidation of soil. The developed model where able to predict this level of pore distribution to seventy metres, comparing the predicted values with experimental results, it developed the best fit validating model. Experts will definitely apply these concept model as a useful tool in predicting pore distribution of silty formation in the study area.

Keywords: Model prediction, pore distribution, deep foundation, silty, velocity.

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Eluozo S. N. Model Prediction to Monitor Pore Distribution Impact on Bearing Pressure in Silty Formation Influenced by Velocity in Coastal Area of Abonnema. Donnish Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing Technology 1(1) 2014 pp. 001-008.


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