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Table of Contents
                            Contents of Clayton Matthews Simons.pdf
SI Book Chapter 1.pdf
SI Book Chapter 2.pdf
SI Book Chapter 3.pdf
SI Book Chapter 4.pdf
SI Book Chapter 5.pdf
	Chapter 5
		Subsurface exploration: boring, drilling, probing and trial
			INTRODUCTION
			BORING
				Augering
			DRILLING
				Open-holing
			PROBING
				The Mackintosh probe
			EXAMINATION IN SITU
				Trial pitting
SI Book Chapter 6.pdf
	Chapter 6
		Sampling and sample disturbance
			INTRODUCTION
			SAMPLE SIZES
				Representative particle sizes
			SOIL DISTURBANCE
				Stress relief
			CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL SAMPLES
				Hvorslev ‘s classification
			BRITISH PRACTICE, AND THE BS 5930 CLASSIFICATION
SI Book Chapter 7.pdf
	Chapter 7
		Undisturbed sampling techniques
			INTRODUCTION
			SAMPLES FROM PITS AND EXPOSURES
				The Sherbrooke sampler
			DRIVE SAMPLERS
				Open-drive samplers
			ROTARY SAMPLERS
				Refracted corebarrels
			SAND SAMPLING
				Fixed piston sampling
			SAMPLER SELECTION
SI Book Chapter 8.pdf
	Chapter 8
		Laboratory testing
			INTRODUCTION
			THE PURPOSE OF SOIL TESTING
			AVAILABLE TESTS
				Soil classification tests
			CONSOLIDATION TESTS
				Permeability tests
			ACCURACY AND MEASURING SYSTEMS
SI Book Chapter 9.pdf
	Chapter 9
		In situ testing
			INTRODUCTION
			PENETRATION TESTING
				The Standard Penetration Test (SPT)
			STRENGTH AND COMPRESSIBILITY TESTING
				The field vane test
			PERMEABILITY TESTING
				Rising or falling head tests
SI Book Chapter 10.pdf
	Chapter 10
		Basic field instrumentation for site investigation
			INTRODUCTION
			USES OF INSTRUMENTATION
			REQUIREMENTS FOR INSTRUMENTATION
			PORE WATER PRESSURE AND GROUNDWATER LEVEL MEASUREMENT
				Standpipes and standpipe (Casagrande) piezometers
			DISPLACEMENT MEASUREMENT
			OTHER MEASUREMENTS
SI Book References and standards.pdf
	References and standards
                        
Document Text Contents
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Contents

Preface
1 Planning and procurement
Introduction
Objectives
General design philosophy
Implementation
Planning ground investigations
Procurement
Execution
2 Description and classification of soils and rocks
Introduction
Soil and rock description
Soil description
Soil classification
Rock description
Description of rock material
Description of discontinuities
Methods of collecting discontinuity data
Discontinuity surveys
Presentation of discontinuity data
Description of rock masses
Records of boreholes
State of recovery of core
Records of trial pits and shafts
3 The desk study and walk-over survey
Introduction
Sources of information for desk studies
Air photography and remote sensing
Satellite remote sensing
The walk-over survey
4 Subsurface exploration: engineering geophysics
Introduction
Lateral variability
Profiling
Sectioning
Determination of properties
5 Subsurface exploration: boring, drilling, probing and trial pitting
Introduction
Boring
Drilling
Probing
Examination in situ
6 Sampling and sample disturbance
Introduction
Sample sizes
Soil disturbance
Classification of soil samples
British practice, and the BS 5930 classification
7 Undisturbed sampling techniques
Introduction

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140.
Suggested methods for determining water content, porosity, density, absorption related properties and
swelling and slake durability index properties, (Co-ordinator J.A. Franklin), Vol. 16, No. 2, 141—156.


1980
Suggested methods for pressure monitoring using hydraulic cells, (Co-ordinator J.A. Franklin), Vol.
17, No. 2, 117—128.


1981
Suggested methods for geophysical logging of boreholes, (Co-ordinator M.S. King), Vol.
18, No. 1, 67—84.
Basic geotechnical description of rock masses, (Co-ordinator M. Rocha), Vol. 18, No. 1,
85—110.


1983
Suggested methods for determining the strength of rock materials in triaxial compression:
revised version, (Co-ordinator K. Kovari), Vol. 20, No. 6, 283—290.


1984
Suggested methods for surface monitoring of movements across discontinuities, (Coordinator J.
Dunnicliff), Vol. 21, No. 5, 265—276.


1985
Suggested methods for determining point load strength, (Co-ordinator J.A. Franklin), Vol. 22, No. 2, 5
1—60.
Suggested methods for rock anchorage testing, (Co-ordinators W.E. Lardnes and G.S. Littlejohn), Vol.
22, No. 2, 71—84.

1986
Suggested method for deformability determination using a large flat jack technique, (Coordinator J.
Loureiro-Pinto), Vol. 23. No. 2, 131—140.


1987
Suggested methods for rock stress determination, (Co-ordinators K. Kim and J.A. Franklin), Vol. 24,
No. 1, 53—74.
Suggested methods for deformability determination using a flexible dilatometer, (Coordinator B.
Ladanyi), Vol. 24, No. 2, 123—134.


1988
Suggested methods for determining the fracture toughness of rock, (Co-ordinator F. Ouchterlony),
Vol. 25, No. 2, 71—96.
Suggested methods for seismic testing within and between boreholes, (Co-ordinator K. Sassa), Vol.
25, No, 6, 449—472.


1989
Suggested methods for laboratory testing of argillaceous swelling rocks, (Co-ordinator H. Einstein),

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