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ARMY TM 5-818-1AIR FORCE AFM 88-3, CHAP. 7SOILS AND GEOLOGYPROCEDURES FOR FOUNDATION DESIGN OFBUILDINGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES(EXCEPT HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES)DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY AND THE AIR FORCEOCTOBER 1983
 
This manual has been prepared by or for the Government and, except to the extent indicated below,is public property and not subject to copyright.Copyrighted material included in this manual has been used with the knowledge and permission ofthe proprietors and is acknowledged as such at point of use. Anyone wishing to make further use of anycopyrighted material,
by itself and apart from this text,
should seek necessary permission directly from theproprietors.Reprint or republication of this manual should include a credit substantially as follows: "JointDepartments of the Army and Air Force, USA, Technical Manual TM 5-818-1/AFM 88-3, Chapter 7,
Soils and Geology Procedures for Foundation Design of Buildings and Other Structures (Except Hydraulic Structures),
21 October 1983."If the reprint or republication includes
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* TM 5-818-1* AFM 88-3. Chap. 7
TECHNICAL MANUALHEADQUARTERSNo. 5-818-1DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMYAIR FORCE MANUALAND THE AIR FORCENo. 88-3, Chapter 7WASHINGTON, DC,
21 October 1983 
SOILS AND GEOLOGYPROCEDURES FOR FOUNDATION DESIGN OFBUILDINGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES(EXCEPT HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES)
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CHAPTER1.INTRODUCTIONPurpose....................................................................................................1-11-1Scope.......................................................................................................1-21-1Objectives of foundation investigations....................................................1-31-1Report of subsurface and design investigations.......................................1-41-12.IDENTIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF SOILAND ROCKNatural soil deposits.................................................................................2-12-1Identification of soils.................................................................................2-22-1Index properties........................................................................................2-32-1Soil classification......................................................................................2-42-5Rock classification....................................................................................2-52-5Rock properties for foundation design......................................................2-62-5Shales.......................................................................................................2-72-133.ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF SOIL AND ROCKScope.......................................................................................................3-13-1Compaction characteristics of soils..........................................................3-23-1Density of cohesionless soils....................................................................3-33-1Permeability..............................................................................................3-43-1Consolidation............................................................................................3-53-5Swelling, shrinkage, and collapsibility......................................................3-63-15Shear strength of soils..............................................................................3-73-16Elastic properties (E,
 µ)............................................................................3-83-22Modulus of subgrade reaction..................................................................3-93-22Coefficient of at-rest earth pressure.........................................................3-103-22Properties of intact rock............................................................................3-113-22Properties of typical shales.......................................................................3-123-224.FIELD EXPLORATIONSInvestigational programs..........................................................................4-14-1Soil boring program..................................................................................4-24-2Field measurements of relative density and consistency.........................4-34-5Boring logs................................................................................................4-44-6Groundwater observations........................................................................4-54-6In situ load tests........................................................................................4-64-9Geophysical exploration...........................................................................4-74-9Borehole surveying...................................................................................4-84-125.SETTLEMENT ANALYSESSettlement problems.................................................................................5-15-1Loads causing settlement.........................................................................5-25-1Stress computations.................................................................................5-35-1Settlement of foundations on clay............................................................5-45-4Consolidation settlement..........................................................................5-55-4Settlement of cohesionless soils..............................................................5-65-10Eliminating, reducing, or coping with settlement......................................5-75-106.BEARING-CAPACITY ANALYSISBearing capacity of soils...........................................................................6-16-1Shear strength parameters.......................................................................6-26-1Methods of analysis..................................................................................6-36-1Tension forces..........................................................................................6-46-5Bearing capacity of rock...........................................................................6-56-5
* This manual supersedes TM 5--818-1/AFM 88-3, Chapter 7, 15 August 1961.i

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