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GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION REPORT

(IS : 1892 ‐ 1997)

CLIENT
Ashish Infracon Pvt.Ltd.

LOCATION
 Luni Bridge,Balasinor

NAME OF WORK
Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane 
road with 1.5m paved shoulders on either side (10 mtr.) for Balasinor‐Dev‐
Namnar‐Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar,between km.84/600 to 
122/850 Dist:‐Mahisagar

GEO TEST HOUSE
( A Division of Geo Designs & Research Pvt Ltd.)

B-10, Krishna Industrial Estate, Opp, B.I.D.C., Estate,

Gorwa Estate, Gorwa, Vadodara - 390023

Ph.No. 0265 - 2283081, 2290222

E-Mail - lab@geogroup.in, geo.baroda@gmail.com

JOB NO.707/208001 1 of 26

CONTENT

SR. NO. PERTICULARS PAGES

1 Brief Details of Project

2 Introduction 4 of 26

3 Sub Surface Exploration 5 of 26

4 Discussion on Field and Laboratory Test 7 of 26

5 Safe Capacity 14 of 26

6 Conclusion and Recommendation 15 of 26

8 Borelog 17 of 26

9 Summury of Test Results 23 of 26

10 Safe Capacity Calculation 26 of 26

JOB NO.707/208001 2 of 26

) for Balasinor‐Dev‐Namnar‐Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar. Code : IS : 2720.Ltd. A‐2 BORE HOLE IN : Existing Ground BOREHOLE DIA : 150mm WATER TABLE : Encountered  TYPE OF BORING : Calax Rotary Drilling Machine BENTONITE : Not Applicable FIELD WORK  TYPE OF CASING : Not Applicable : 1/1/2017 STARTING DATE FIELD WORK  DIA OF CASING : Not Applicable : 6/1/2017 COMP. DATE NO.Balasinor LOCATION :  Luni Bridge.707/208001 3 of 26 .Balasinor BORE HOLE DEPTH : 30 meter BOREHOLE ID : A‐1.between km. : ASPL/AKKBDNLSZ/16‐17/151. : 1 to 3 REF. IS : 1892 ‐ 1997 SITE LOCATED :  Luni Bridge. OF BORE  DEPTH OF CASING : Not Applicable : Three HOLE JOB NO. P‐2. : PMC/GIR/707/208001/1 REPORT DT.No.Dtd:29‐10‐2016 PROJECT No.5m paved shoulders on either side (10 mtr. AGENCY : ‐‐ CONSULTANT : ‐‐ NAME OF WORK : Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane road with 1. : 707/208001 SAMPLE NO. BRIEF DETAIL OF PROJECT SITE ClIENT : Ashish Infracon Pvt. : 17/1/2017 JOB No.84/600 to 122/850 Dist:‐Mahisagar REF.

84/600 to 122/850 Dist:‐Mahisagar was reffered us by Ashish Infracon Pvt.0   INTRODUCTION Sub surface investigation and laboratory tests for Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane road with 1.between km.0 mtr 30 meter Note: Depth of termination of borehole and nos.5 mtr 30 meter 3 A‐2 04‐01‐2017 06‐01‐2017 4.1   SUMMARY OF BOREHOLE :          Field work of executed boreoles is summarised as follows. At Site Location ID started on completed on (below EGL) investigation 1 A‐1 01‐01‐2017 03‐01‐2017 5.Ltd. denseness or hardness of the strata.2. 2. The objective of the exploration work was to determine the probable sub surface conditions such as stratification.Balasinor The actual field investigation work was started on 1/1/2017 and Completed on Dated 6/1/2017.5m paved shoulders on either side (10 mtr. position of ground water table etc.no.707/208001 4 of 26 . JOB NO. conducting necessary field tests and to collect disturb and undisturbed soil samples for laboratory testing.  Testing soil / rock samples in the laboratory to determine its physical and engineering properties of the soil / rock samples. The site is located at   Luni Bridge. of boreholes are investigated as directed by Client/site incharge/Agency.) for Balasinor‐Dev‐ Namnar‐Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar. and Analyzing all field and laboratory data to evaluate safe bearing capacity of the soil for given foundation sizes and necessary recommendations for foundation design and construction. and to evaluate probable range of safe bearing capacity  Three borehole executed up to the depth of 30 meter below Existing Ground in order to know the sub surface stratification.Balasinor P‐2 04‐01‐2017 06‐01‐2017 1.3 mtr 30 meter 2  Luni Bridge. Filed work  Filed work  Water table  Depth of  Sr.

 is completely removed before sealing.1. The identification mark is then made on each sample. After cleaning and inserting an impervious disc at each end. casing was used to keep the borehole stable.2   UNDISTURBED SAMPLES: Undisturbed soil samples are collected in 100 mm diameter thin walled sampler (Shelby tube) from the borehole. JOB NO. Coating of oil is applied on both sides to obtain the undisturbed samples in best possible manner.1.1.1. if any.1   DISTURBED SAMPLES: Disturbed representative samples were collected. The sampler is then lowered inside the bore hole on a string of rods and driven to a pre‐ determined level. Vent holes are provided in the sampler head to allow escape of water from the top of sampler tube during penetration. is filled with the moist soil. if any.3   WATER TABLE: Water table was encountered during the sub soil exploration work carried out in the month of Jan ‐ 2017 3. Upon removal of the sampling tubes.  3. and the ends covered with tight wrapper. The sampling tubes are made free from dust and rust. The sampler used for the sampling had smooth surface and appropriate area ratio and cutting edge angle thereby minimizing disturbance of soil during sampling. Samples are logged and labelled properly and transfer to the laboratory for further testing. The sampler head provide a non‐flexible connection between the sampling tube and the drill rods.3. The empty space in the sampler. the length of sample in the tube is recorded. both ends are sealed. On completion of driving the sampler is first rotated within the borehole to shear the soil sample at bottom and then pulled out. labelled and placed in polythene bags.1   DRILLING: Three borehole of 150mm diameter are drill up to depth of 30 meter Where caving of the borehole occurred. The disturbed material in the upper end of the tube. The work was in general accordance with IS: 1892 – 1997. The soil at the lower end of the tube is trimmed to a distance of about 10 to 20 mm. Undisturbed soil samples are not collected in case of sandy/dense/hard strata. logged. 3. 3.707/208001 5 of 26 .0   SUB SURFACE EXPLORATION 3.4   METHOD OF SAMPLING: Sampler is coupled together with a sampler head to form a sampling assembly.

707/208001 6 of 26 . The driving assembly consists of a driving head and a 63. The number of blows required to drive each 15cm penetration is recorded. The split spoon sampler resting on the bottom of bore hole is allowed to sink under its own weight. It is ensured that the energy of the falling weight is not reduced by friction between the drive weight and the guides or between ropes.5 kg weight. then the split spoon sampler is seated 15 cm with the blows of hammer falling through 750mm.3. The first 15cm of drive considered as seating drive. tightly coupled and straight in alignment. Thereafter the split spoon sampler is further driven by 30cm.2   STANDARD PENETRATION TEST: The standard penetration tests are conducted in each bore as per IS: 2131: 1981 (Reaffirmed 2002). The rods to which the sampler is attached for driving are straight. The total blows required for the second and third 15cm penetration is termed as a penetration resistance ‐ N value. The N‐ values for each bore hole  are given in borelogs  JOB NO.

Atterberg’s Limits Test (IS: 2720. Unconfined Compressive Strength (IS: 2720 Part 10. 1992 Part 2) 2. 1992) 8.0 LABORATORY TEST A. Part 5 1992) 4. One Dimensional Consolidation Test (IS: 2720 Part 15. 1991) 9.4. Natural Moisture Content Test (IS: 2720. Swell Pressure Test (IS: 2720. 1992) 10. Field Dry Density & Moisture Content (I S 13030‐1991) 12. Specific Gravity Test (IS: 2720. Specific Gravity (I S 1122‐1974) 13. Laboratory Test for Soil 1.707/208001 7 of 26 . Part 3 1992) 5. Grain Size Analysis (IS: 2720. 1977) 7. Part 13. Direct Shear Test (IS: 2720. Part 40 1977) 6. 1992 Part 4) 3. Triaxial Shear Test (UU) (IS: 2720 Part 11. Free Swell Value Test (IS: 2720. 1992) 11. Unconfined Compressive Strength of Rock (I S 9143‐1979) JOB NO. Part 41.

The percentage of water content is calculated using the formula.15 and 30 minutes and finally at 1. 8. W3 = weight of container with dry soil.A. 2. 600. 1. 4. 1992 Part 2) Test procedure conforms to IS: 2720 ‐ Part ‐ 2. Hydrometer is immersed to a depth slightly below its floating position and then allowed to float freely. W    =   ((W2 – W3) / (W3 – W1)) x 100   Where.00mm.707/208001 8 of 26 . Fraction retained was oven dried and particle size analysis carried out using sieve shaker by passing through the following IS sieve: 4.4.3 g passing sodium hexa‐ meta‐phosphate and 0. subsequently at 1.40mm. Hydrometer Analysis : 50 g of soil 75 passing IS sieve was mixed with 3.75mm. silt and clay fractions are indicated along with coarser fractions.  W1 = weight of container with lid. Part 5 1992) Liquid limit and plastic limit test on cohesive and semi cohesive samples has been done as per  procedure in IS 2720 (Part 5). 4. 2. W2 = weight of container with wet soil. 30 and 45 sec. 1. 425. Hydrometer readings are taken at 10. W = moisture content (%) 4. Suspension was made up to 1000 ml distilled water and then shaken thoroughly. In the semi log graph.A. A moisture cup is loosely filled with soil sample and weighed with lid.3 Atterberg’s Limits Test (IS: 2720. 1. in g. in g. 1992 Part 4) Testing procedure generally conforms to IS: 2720 Part 4.70mm. The lid of the container is then replaced and the dry weight found out. and 75 respectively. 4.2 Grain Size Analysis (IS: 2720. in g. 8 and 24 hour interval. Diameter of the particle in suspension at any sampling time‘t’ is calculated using “Stokes” formula and the percentage finer was calculated. Both sieve and hydrometer analysis has been carried out. Oven dried soil is washed through 75m IS sieve. JOB NO.36mm. It is then kept in oven with lid removed and maintained at temperature of oven at 110oC for 24 hours.7g sodium carbonate and soil suspension prepared.A. Sieve Analysis: Sieve analysis is done by wet sieving method.1   Natural Moisture Content Test (IS: 2720. 2. 20. 100.

Plastic Index:   PI = Liquid limit – Plastic limit. In cone penetrometer test about 200 g of passing 425 sieve is taken mixed with requisite water. G = (W2 – W1) / [(W4 – W1) – (W3 – W2)] JOB NO. 1992): It is the maximum water content expressed as percentage of oven‐dry weight at which any further reduction in water content will not cause a decrease in volume of the soil mass is calculated as follows: SL = W – ((V – V0) / W0) x 100 Where. placed in cup and compacted lightly in 3layers. The needle is allowed to plunge slowly under its own weight for 5 seconds and penetration in mm is recorded. Plastic Limit: About 15g of oven dried soil passing through 425 sieve is mixed with sufficient quantity of water to become plastic enough to be easily shaped into a ball. W = Moisture content of wet soil pat in %. The water content is adjusted such that penetration is between 20‐30mm.A. The following relationship is used to evaluate liquid limit. and weight (W2) of the bottle and the soil taken. Part 6. Finally the bottle is emptied completely and thoroughly washed and clean water is filled to the top and the weight (W4) is taken. V0 = Volume of dry soil pat in ml. is put in the bottle. A sample of oven‐dried soil about 10‐20 g cooled in a desiccators. Part 3 1992) The specific gravity of soil solids is determined by a 50 ml density bottle. SL = Shrinkage limit in %. The bottle is then filled with distilled water gradually removing the entrapped air either by applying (W3) of the bottle. The weight (W1) of the empty dry bottle is taken first. The tip of penetrometer is adjusted such that it just touches soil surface.707/208001 9 of 26 . Shrinkage Limit (IS : 2720. V   = Volume of wet soil pat in ml. A portion of this ball is rolled on a glass plate with the palm into a thread of uniform diameter of 3mm. soil and water (full up to the top) is then taken. W0 = Weight of oven‐dried soil pat in gm. 4. The corresponding water content represents the plastic limit of the soil.Liquid Limit: Liquid limit and plastic limit test on cohesive has been done as per procedure in IS 2720 (Part 5) using the more “reliable cone penetrometer”.4 Specific Gravity Test (IS: 2720. method where errors of grove cutting involved in Casagrande’s device are minimized.

I (%) = [(Vd – Vk) / Vk] x 100 Where. Part 40 1977) Free Swell Index Test was conformed as per IS: 2720 – Part – 40 ‐ 1977. The initial reading of the proving ring s noted. Allow the soil in both the jars to settle for a sufficient time (not less than 24 hours) for the soil sample to attain equilibrium state of volume without any further changes. The load measuring proving ring is attached to the load frame and placed in contact with the consolidation cell without any eccentricity.4. JOB NO. The swelling of the specimen with increasing volume is obtained in the strain measuring load gauge. Vd = The volume of soil sample read from the graduated cylinder containing distilled water. This adjustment is done at every 0. One cylinder is filled with Kerosene oil and the other  with distilled water and soil. In this test 10 gm of soil passing IS sieve 425  is taken. Remove entrapped air by shaking well and stirring using a glass rod.A. Vk = The volume of soil sample read from the graduated cylinder containing Kerosene. Free swell index is calculated as follows: F.5 Free Swell Value Test (IS: 2720. 4. Two graduated cylinders of 25 ml capacity are taken. A direct strain measuring dial gauge is fitted to the cell. The assembly is then placed on the platen of loading unit.1mm of swell or earlier. The specimen is kept at constant volume by adjusting the strain dial gauge always at original reading. The loading block is then positioned centrally on the top of the porous stone. The specimen is then inundated with distilled water and allowed to swell. An oven dry soil specimen is compacted into the specimen ring with the specimen kept in between two porous stone saturated in boiling water providing a filter paper between the soil specimen and the porous stones. 1977) The swell pressure tests are carried out at field dry density with zero percent moisture content and by constant and volume method.S.707/208001 10 of 26 . Swell pressure (Kg/cm2) is calculated as follows: SP = ((Final Dial Gauge reading ‐ Initial Dial Gauge reading) / Area of specimen ) x Calibration factor of the proving ring. The swell pressure is then calculated frm the difference between the final  and initial dial readings of the proving ring. Part 41.6 Swell Pressure Test (IS: 2720.A.

the only modification (vis‐à‐vis) UU Triaxial is that no lateral confinement is provided in this case and no cell pressure is applied. A compressive force at a constant strain rate of 1. The sample is sheared entirely in axial compression. Mohr‐Coulomb envelopes were drawn for three stress values recorded and total stress parameters interpreted from the Mohr‐Coulomb graph.8 Unconfined Compressive Strength (IS: 2720 Part 10. 1991) Unconfined Compressive Strength. The stress at failure is considered as unconfined compressive strength of soil.4. 4. The required normal stress is applied and the rate of longitudinal displacement shear stress application so adjusted that no drainage can occur in the sample during the test (1.  Cohesion is deduced using the relationship C = UCS/2. The test is conducted by applying horizontal shear load to failure or to 20 percent longitudinal displacement whichever occurs first.25 mm/min is applied. Specimen with plain grid plate at the bottom of the specimen and plain grid plate at the top of the specimen is fitted into position in the shear box housing and assembly placed on the load frame. 1992) The extracted specimen is then placed in triaxial cell pedestal. The test is repeated on identical specimens. Part 13.9 Direct Shear Test (IS: 2720. The cell is assembled and placed on loading machine.25mm/min.7 Triaxial Shear Test (UU) (IS: 2720 Part 11.A. The loading pad is kept on the top grid plate. A cell pressure through an operating fluid (oil) was applied. cell chamber cleaned and test continued on a new specimen. till the failure occurred within a period of 5‐15 minutes or rill the failure of 20% strain was removed. 4.A.  The test was repeated on three different specimens at three different cell pressures as per standard practice. JOB NO. The upper part of the shear box is raised such that a gap of about 1mm is left between the two parts of the box.707/208001 11 of 26 . 1992) Direct shear test is carried out using shear box with the specimens (60mm x 60mm). The plunger was made to have proper contact with specimen. The serrations of the grid plates are kept at right angle to the direction of shear.A.).

4. 16. Following drying. 81. On completion of the final loading stage the specimen is unloaded by suitable pressure decrements. The loading increment is left until readings become more or less constant. The test is continued using a loading sequence. preferably within the ring. A sample of soil similar to that in the ring taken from the trimmings is used for determining moisture content. These time sequences facilitate plotting of thickness or change of thickness of specimen against square root of time or against log time. The specimen is then allowed to reach equilibrium for 24 hrs. 12.0. 8.0 kg/cm2 etc on the soil specimen For each loading increment. 196. 25. 4. care being taken to ensure that the two plane faces of the resulting soil disc are parallel to each other. The specimen. Procedure is described below. after application of load. is wiped free of water. 0.707/208001 12 of 26 . The bottom porous stone is centered on the base of the consolidation cell. 1/4. 0. 121. 4.25. On completion of the decrement. 36.A. 8 and 24hr.25. 8. 4. 1992) Consolidation test was done to evaluate compressibility behavior of stiff / hard clayey silt. 2. 60min. 49. The soil sample thus obtained is trimmed flush with the top and bottom edges of the ring. The empty consolidation ring W1 is weighed. 64.5. the specimen plus ring is reweighed (W4). up to 24 hr or 1. the  water is siphoned out of the cell and the consolidometer is rapidly dismantled after release of the final load.0625 kg/cm2 is applied to the specimen. The thickness of the specimen (Ho) is measured and it is weighed immediately (W2). weighed (W3) and thereafter placed in the oven for drying.10 One Dimensional Consolidation Test (IS: 2720 Part 15. The consolidometer is placed in position in the loading device and suitably adjusted. 20. A seating pressure of 0. Dial gauge readings are taken as necessary during each stage of unloading.25. The consolidation cell is filled with distilled water.25.25. The dial gauge is then clamped into position for recording  the relative movement between the base of the consolidation cell and the loading cap. 169.4. readings of the dial gauge are taken using a time sequence such as 0. E‐log P curve is drawn and consolidation parameters deduced. 225 min etc. 15. 1. JOB NO. 144. 6. Representative sample for testing is extruded and cut off.0 . 2. 9. 2. 100. The ring and specimen is placed centrally on the bottom porous stone and then the loading cap is placed on top. which would successively apply stress of 0.0. 1. 1/2. 30.

The specimen is deemed to be dry when the difference between successive determination of mass of the cooled specimen at interval of 4 hours does not exceed 0.1 percent of the original mass of the specimen.4. The specimen shall be kept on the lower disc. original cross section area  JOB NO. The surfaces of the two bearing discs and the test specimen shall be wiped clean.  UCS is Calculated by following equation : UCS = max. The specific gravity bottle then emptied. The specimen shall be prepared as specified in IS 9179 ‐1979. load carried by specimen / avg. Load on the specimen shall be applied continuously at a constant stress rate such that failure will take place in about 5 to 15 minutes of loading. The specific gravity bottle with the stopper shall be cleaned. It is then fully filled with distilled water and weighted with stopper (W4) The specific gravity is Calculated by following equation : Specific Gravity (G) =   W 2  W 1  W 4  W 2   W 3  W 2  4. About 15 g of dried stone powder is introduced in the specific gravity bottle. Alternatively.5 MPa/s to 1 MPa/s. The maximum load on the specimen shall be recorded in N within1 Percent accuracy. cleaned and washed.Field Dry Density = dry mass of the specimen / bulk volume of specimen 2.707/208001 13 of 26 .13 Unconfined Compressive Strength of Rock (I S 9143‐1979) Unconfined Compressive Strength has been determined according to the method described as per IS 9143 – 1979. The axis of the specimen shall be carefully aligned with the centre of the thrust of the spherical seat.11  Field Dry Density & Moisture Content (I S 13030‐1991) The Field Dry density & Field Moisture Content has been determined according to the Method described as per IS 13030 ‐ 1991  The dry mass of the specimen is obtained by placing the specimen in an oven at 105 +/‐ 3o C.12 Specific Gravity (I S 1122‐1974) The Specific Gravity has been calculated according to the method described as per IS 1122 – 1974 About 50 g of the crushed pieces of rock is ground in an agate mortar to such fineness that it will pas 150 micron IS Sieve and dried to a constant weight at 105 to 110oC and cooled in a desiccator. Field Moisture Content = mass of pore water / Dry mass of specimen 4.A.A.  The Field dry density & Field Moisture Content has been calculated by following equation:  1. The specific gravity is closed with the stopper and weighted with the sample (W2) and the stopper is removed and distilled water is pored to fill the bottle to about 3/4th of its volume.A. washed and dried to the constant weight at 105 to 110oC and cooled in the desiccator and weighted (W1). the stress rate shall be within the limits of 0. Entrapped air is removed and the bottle with its stopper and contents is weighted (W3). The length to diameter ratio of cylindrical specimen shall preferably between 2 to 3.

IRC:78‐2014 Page No. Qu = Re +Raf = Cub Nc Ab + Cus As Qallow = Re/3 + Raf/6                                        (Ref. However the working load on the pile  should not exceed its structural capacity.5.C.Balasinor Bored Cast in‐situ Pile 400 100 280 480 120 403 Note: 1) Total safe capacity of the pile calculated above is as per IRC‐78‐2014. 2)  The safe load of pile shown in above table are subjected to initial pile load test . site conditions R. 79) Where. MT Table‐1 of Safe Load in Compression of Bored Cast in‐situ Pile  Length of Pile  SAFE LOAD IN  TYPE OF  embedded in  Pile Dia Location COMPRESSION PILE Rocky strata cm cm MT  Luni Bridge.C Pile Foundation is recommended along with safe capacity in Compression for different dia of pile. SAFE CAPACITY (for Pile Foundation) Looking to the proposed type of project. cm ls =  length of socket in cm  Ab = cross sectional area of base of pile in cm 2 Cus = ultimate shear along the socket length.707/208001 14 of 26 . MT Raf = Ultimate shear along the socket for weathered rock in kg/cm2 Qallow= Allowable capacity of pile. (a) SAFE CAPACITY (for Open Foundation)  5. Cub = Avg shear strength below base of pile. JOB NO. kg/cm2  As= surface area of socket in cm2 Re = Ultimate end bearing. kg/cm2 Nc =  bearing capacity factor D = Diameter of pile. For Bored Cast in-situ Pile LOAD CARRYING CAPACITY‐STATIC FORMULA.

Laboratory test results Pile Foundation is suggested along with Safe Capacities as shown in Table ‐ I.5m in rock With considering SBC 30 t/m2. 8.Balasinor 2. 5. GEOTECHNICAL ASSESSMENT 1. The above report is based on the soil strata encountered at site upto depth of Investigation i.707/208001 15 of 26 . the depth of foundation should be taken to a level such that 80 percent rock area is available. Based on the proposed type of project. bore log data. Suitability of Soil for back filling: The top layer of soil is of Low swelling characteristic.  Water table is considered in the analysis as it was encountered. Where Rock is encountered at shallow depth at a time of excavation. At founding level.6. 4. 6. The present report covers the Geotechnical investigation carried out for Three borehole at Location   Luni Bridge. It must be ensured that the raft does not over hang at any corner. 3. 7. care to be taken that “Gentle Slope” should be maintained for the deposition of excavated material and necessary shoring arrangement may be done if required.e. foundation shall be embedded min 1. If at the time of excavation.30 meter JOB NO. major solution cavities have been found which have rendered the ground surface uneven. which is suitable for structural back filling and the same shall be compacted at 95% of MDD.

9. laboratory tests results conducted on soil samples recovered from the test locations. it shall be arranged seperately. The above recommendations are based on the collected field data. Vadodara. If the same is required. Scope of work does not cover detailed design of foundation or visits by soil testing agency before or after execution of work. For GEO TEST HOUSE. However if the actual subsoil condition during execution vary from what has been represented in this report.707/208001 16 of 26 . Authorized Signatory Vishal Sakpal Dy.Technical Manager JOB NO. the client/agency may be referred to us for suggestions. 10.

From To 1/1 DS 0.Ltd. -.com JOB NO.5 Brownish Sandy Silt of Non Plasticity 2 1/2 UDS/SPT 1.50 25 NIL -.636 Depth of casing : Not Applicable Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346388. Krishna Industrial Estate.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C. 15 - 4 5 1/4 SPT 4. -.C.5m paved shoulders Project : on either side (10 mtr.R. 12 - 3 1/3 SPT 3.D.0 0.0265-2282014 Email :.00 36 13 -. -. - UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.Balasinor Chainage:109+505 N : 2549596. 24 - 7 8 1/6 SPT 7.0 4. Gorwa Estate.50 -.0 7.3 mtr RL : 74.) for Balasinor-Dev-Namnar-Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane road with 1.00 -. - 14 15 1/10 CORE 13.247 Date of Completion : 03-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R.5 9.50 1 1. 20 - Brownish Silty Clay of low to 7. B. INDIA.5 6.0 1/8 Core/SPT 10. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222.) % tests m m No. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979.00 NIL NIL >100 - Rock 13 1/9 CORE 12.00 -.com.50 NIL NIL >100 - 11 12 Whitish Brown Highly Weathered 6.0 13.50 -. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge.84/600 to 122/850 Dist:-Mahisagar Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt. -.Gujarat.00 -. -.707/208001 17 of 26 .0 10. Vadodara:-390016.242 Date of Starting : 01-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 5. www.between Borehole : A-1 km. Opp.5 15.5 12.geogroup.geo_group@yahoo. 68 - 9 10 1/7 Core/SPT 9.5 3.5 Intermediate Plasticity 6 1/5 SPT 6. Fax :.Q.I.

636 Depth of casing : 0 Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346388.C.50 64 29 -. - 26 27 1/18 CORE 25.707/208001 18 of 26 .50 63 45 -.0265-2282014 Email :.5 27.00 77 63 -. Gorwa Estate.geogroup.50 46 16 -.0 25.00 73 38 -.Gujarat. www. Krishna Industrial Estate. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening Project : Borehole : A-1 Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt.0 22. - 28 1/19 CORE 27.0 19. - 29 30 1/20 CORE 28.3 mtr RL : 74.50 84 65 -.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C.Ltd. - 18 19 1/13 CORE 18. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979. - 15.com JOB NO.D.242 Date of Starting : 01-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 5.5 24. Opp. - 22 Whitish Brown Moderately Weathered 1/15 CORE 21.Q.5 21.5 18.50 65 49 -.0 16. - 17 1/12 CORE 16. - 25 1/17 CORE 24.00 66 43 -.00 75 58 -. From To 16 1/11 CORE 15.) % tests m m No. Vadodara:-390016. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge.R. - 20 21 1/14 CORE 19.00 59 23 -.Balasinor Chainage:109+505 N : 2549596.0 28. Fax :. INDIA.com.247 Date of Completion : 03-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222. B.I.0 Rock 23 24 1/16 CORE 22.5 30. - UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.geo_group@yahoo.

Q.between Borehole : P-2 km.00 -. INDIA.3 1.) for Balasinor-Dev-Namnar-Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar.C.5 9. Krishna Industrial Estate. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979. Opp.) % tests m m No.geo_group@yahoo. Gorwa Estate.50 -. 21 - 3 2/4 Core/SPT 3.5 Brownish Sandy Silt of Non Plasticity 2/2 SPT 0. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222.00 NIL NIL >100 - 6 2/6 CORE 6.5 12.Gujarat.com. Vadodara:-390016.I. -. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane road with 1.707/208001 19 of 26 .0265-2282014 Email :.5 6. -.50 35 13 - 14 15 2/11 CORE 13. Fax :.5 3.50 NIL NIL >100 - 4 5 2/5 Core/SPT 4.328 Depth of casing : Not Applicable Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346409. B.50 32 9 - 11 12 2/9 CORE 10.5m paved shoulders Project : on either side (10 mtr.84/600 to 122/850 Dist:-Mahisagar Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge.D.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C.geogroup.50 21 NIL - 7 8 2/7 CORE 7. www.0 Weathered Rock 10 2/8 CORE 9.Ltd.0 13.5 mtr RL : 69.0 4.0 10.650 Date of Completion : 06-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R.5 15. From To 2/1 DS 0.00 39 16 - UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.00 27 8 - 9 Whitish Brown Highly to Moderately 12. 15 - 2 1.R.0 0.00 31 10 - 13 2/10 CORE 12.com JOB NO.5 Brownish Silty Sand of Non Plasticity 2/3 UDS/SPT 1.746 Date of Starting : 04-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 1.30 1 1.Balasinor Chainage:109+530 N : 2549608.0 7.

www.Q.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C. Opp.50 73 35 - 29 30 2/20 CORE 28.5 18.geogroup.Ltd.650 Date of Completion : 06-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R.) % tests m m No.00 75 43 - UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.0 28. Fax :.com.0 19.50 42 18 - 17 2/13 CORE 16.Gujarat.5 24.com JOB NO.5 27.Balasinor Chainage:109+530 N : 2549608. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge. Gorwa Estate.50 54 23 - 20 21 2/15 CORE 19.I.707/208001 20 of 26 .C. B.5 30.0 22.0 16.00 49 21 - 18 19 2/14 CORE 18.R.5 mtr RL : 69.50 65 31 - 26 27 2/18 CORE 25.D.00 77 33 - 28 2/19 CORE 27.0 25. Krishna Industrial Estate.0 Rock 23 24 2/17 CORE 22. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222.50 65 29 - 15.328 Depth of casing : 0 Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346409.0265-2282014 Email :. Vadodara:-390016. From To 16 2/12 CORE 15.5 21.00 62 27 - 25 2/18 CORE 24.746 Date of Starting : 04-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 1.00 59 26 - 22 Whitish Brown Moderately Weathered 2/16 CORE 21.geo_group@yahoo. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979. INDIA. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening Project : Borehole : P-2 Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt.

- UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.5 Brownish Sandy Silt of Non Plasticity 3/2 SPT 0.com JOB NO. - 14 15 3/11 CORE 13. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222.00 25 9 -.5m paved shoulders Project : on either side (10 mtr.between Borehole : A-2 km.00 -.geo_group@yahoo.C.50 14 NIL -.5 15. Opp. 86 - 9 10 3/8 Core/SPT 9. 23 - 7 8 3/7 SPT 7.0 mtr RL : 72.Balasinor Chainage:109+560 N : 2549610.0265-2282014 Email :. -. www.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C.50 -. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening and strengthening of two lane road with 1.50 1 1.5 6. Krishna Industrial Estate.0 3/9 CORE 10.707/208001 21 of 26 .) for Balasinor-Dev-Namnar-Lunawada road project Dist:Mahisagar.00 26 NIL >100 - Rock 13 3/10 CORE 12. -.0 7. -.com. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge.I. -.0 0.0 4.geogroup. 14 - 3 3/4 SPT 3.Gujarat. -.00 -.50 -.132 Date of Starting : 04-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 4.842 Date of Completion : 06-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R.5 Intermediate Plasticity 6 3/6 SPT 6. Fax :.5 9.Ltd.Q. 12 - 2 3/3 UDS/SPT 1. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979. Gorwa Estate.5 3.5 1. 19 - Brownish Silty Clay of Low to 7. -.D.50 -. Vadodara:-390016.638 Depth of casing : Not Applicable Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346443. B.0 13.) % tests m m No. 16 - 4 5 3/5 SPT 4.R.0 10.5 12. From To 3/1 DS 0.84/600 to 122/850 Dist:-Mahisagar Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt.50 NIL NIL >100 - 11 12 Whitish Brown Highly Weathered 6. INDIA.00 -.

Balasinor Chainage:109+560 N : 2549610. - 20 21 3/15 CORE 19. B. - 25 3/18 CORE 24.0 mtr RL : 72. - 15.geo_group@yahoo. Fax :.0 22.00 35 15 -.5 30. Opp.00 53 25 -.0 25. - 29 30 3/20 CORE 28.5 18.I. - 26 27 3/18 CORE 25.com JOB NO. INDIA. Krishna Industrial Estate.50 45 17 -.R.D % "N" Value Remarks / Other (C. JS VS Tel :-0265-2290222.00 64 27 -.50 59 25 -.C.0265-2282014 Email :.50 66 32 -.00 47 21 -.com.) % tests m m No. From To 16 3/12 CORE 15.50 51 23 -. - 28 3/19 CORE 27.132 Date of Starting : 04-01-2017 Depth of GWT : 4.D. Gorwa Estate. www.0 16. - 22 Whitish Brown Moderately Weathered 3/16 CORE 21.00 62 37 -.geogroup.0 Rock 23 24 3/17 CORE 22.0 28. Depth of Borehole : 30 meter Location : Luni Bridge.0 19.5 21.842 Date of Completion : 06-01-2017 Scale Depth Log Description Sample Type Depth (m) Core Recovery R.Ltd.5 24.638 Depth of casing : 0 Dia of Borehole : 150mm E : 346443. - 17 3/13 CORE 16. Job No 707/208001 BORE LOG Date 17/1/2017 (As per IS : 1892-1979. - UDS : Undisturb Sample DS : Disturbed sample CR : Core Recovery GWT : Ground Wate Table N : Penetration Resistance Value RQD : Rock Quality Designation SPT : Standard Penetration Test N' :Corrected Penetration Resistance Value PR : Rate of Penetration in Rock WS :Wash Sample Prepared By Checked / Approved By GEO TEST HOUSE B-10.707/208001 22 of 26 .50 32 12 -. 4453-1980 & 4464-1967) Geotechnical Investigation for Widening Project : Borehole : A-2 Client : Ashish Infracon Pvt.Q.Gujarat. - 18 19 3/14 CORE 18.5 27. Vadodara:-390016.

2 11.C.25 2.P.S.85 2.L.463 _ 6 1/9 Rock Core 12.5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 304. P.7 4 14 82 0.9 18.D.cm.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 222.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 158.0 41.4 NP NP 10 35 55 _ _ _ 15 ‐ _ 2. of  Volume Change (cm2/kg) F.2 _ _ 0.  I.L.73 2.485 16.D. Sr.8 _ _ 2. Classification in mt Kg/cm2 Degree gm/cc kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 % % % % % % % % % 1 1/1 ML DS 0.16 2. P. Free Swell Index (%) PL Plastic Limit (%) φ Angle of Internal Friction (Degree) M.cm) G Gravel S Sand NP Non Plastic R.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 98.S  Depth    L.71 2.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 126. Swelling Pressure (Kg/Sq.8 _ _ 2. G S M & C C φ Sample No.0 34.70 2.I.11 2.598 _ 9 1/15 Rock Core 21.D/    Wet UCS M.D.6 26.75 2.706 _ 12 1/20 Rock Core 28.D Field Dry Density (gm/cc) UCS Unconfined Compressive Strength (Kg/Sq.11 2.5 _ _ 1.60 _ _ 5 1/7 Rock Core/SPT 9.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3.662 _ 11 1/19 Rock Core 27.57 _ _ 4 1/5 CL SPT 6.514 _ 8 1/13 Rock Core 18.79 2.6 26.0 8 27 65 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.C Moisutre Content (%) S.71 2.6 15.83 2.2 _ _ 3.4 23.) PI Plasticity Index (%) F.88 2.6 _ _ 2.79 2.0 24.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 110.cm) mv Coeff. Sp.635 _ 10 1/17 Rock Core 24.D Remoulded Density (gm/cc) M Silt C Clay Tested By :‐  JS Checked By :‐ VS JOB NO.42 2.48 2. GENERAL SUMMARY OF GEO‐TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF PROJECT SITE  A‐1 Grain Size  Shear  Atterbergʹs Limit Analysis Parameter Free Swell  Swell  Water   F.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3. Type No. Gravity Index Pressure Absorption  R.2 3 1/3 CI SPT 3.58 1.497 _ 7 1/11 Rock Core 15.731 _ Abbrivation : LL Liquid Limit (%) C Cohession (Kg/Sq.2 0 47 53 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.5 45.707/208001 23 of 26 .59 _ _ 2 1/2 CI UDS 1.30 8 _ _ _ _ 2.

I.565 _ 7 2/12 Rock Core 15. of  Volume Change (cm2/kg) F.80 2.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 296.3 _ _ 1.D.628 _ 9 2/16 Rock Core 21.cm.  I. GENERAL SUMMARY OF GEO‐TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF PROJECT SITE  P‐2 Grain Size  Shear  Atterbergʹs Limit Analysis Parameter Free Swell  Swell  Water   F.85 2.68 2.S  Depth    L.5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 354.534 _ 6 2/10 Rock Core 12.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.13 2.D.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2. P.76 2.cm) G Gravel S Sand NP Non Plastic R.D.1 _ _ 0.02 2.L.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 154.) PI Plasticity Index (%) F. Free Swell Index (%) PL Plastic Limit (%) φ Angle of Internal Friction (Degree) M. P.5 _ NP NP 0 88 12 0 27 _ _ _ _ 2. Sr.S.6 _ _ 2.70 _ _ 5 2/8 Rock Core 9.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 186.62 1.42 2.L.510 10.77 2. Gravity Wet UCS M.78 2. Type No. Swelling Pressure (Kg/Sq.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 123.08 2.9 _ _ 2.694 _ 10 2/18 Rock Core 24.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 100. Index Pressure Absorption  R.38 2.4 _ _ 0. G S M & C C φ Sample No.9 3 2/4 Rock Core/SPT 3.751 _ Abbrivation : LL Liquid Limit (%) C Cohession (Kg/Sq.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 189.6 NP NP 7 35 58 _ _ _ 10 ‐ _ 2.D Field Dry Density (gm/cc) UCS Unconfined Compressive Strength (Kg/Sq.4 _ _ 2.58 _ _ 2 2/3 SM UDS 1.cm) mv Coeff.705 _ 11 2/19 Rock Core 27.C Moisutre Content (%) S.D/    Sp.79 2.735 _ 12 2/20 Rock Core 28.C.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 215.89 2.15 2.78 2.6 _ _ 1.587 _ 8 2/14 Rock Core 18.P.707/208001 Checked By :‐ VS 24 of 26 .3 _ _ 2.D Remoulded Density (gm/cc) M Silt C Clay Tested By :‐  JS JOB NO.67 _ _ 4 2/6 Rock Core 6.77 2.0 25. Classification in mt Kg/cm2 Degree gm/cc kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 % % % % % % % % % 1 2/1 ML DS 0.

9 2 19 79 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.658 _ 10 3/18 Rock Core 24.68 2.70 2.0 46.79 2.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 136.5 _ _ 0.0 33.61 _ _ 2 3/3 CI UDS 1.44 2.9 17.D Remoulded Density (gm/cc) M Silt C Clay Tested By :‐  JS JOB NO.cm) G Gravel S Sand NP Non Plastic R.490 14. P.D Field Dry Density (gm/cc) UCS Unconfined Compressive Strength (Kg/Sq.59 _ _ 4 3/6 CL SPT 6. GENERAL SUMMARY OF GEO‐TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF PROJECT SITE  A‐2 Grain Size  Shear  Atterbergʹs Limit Analysis Parameter Free Swell  Swell  Water   F.5 43.8 3 3/4 CI SPT 3.7 _ _ 0.3 _ _ 1. of  Volume Change (cm2/kg) F.L.3 26.5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 324.23 2.D.4 _ _ 2.P.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 118. G S M & C C φ Sample No.72 2.706 _ 12 3/20 Rock Core 28. Sr. Free Swell Index (%) PL Plastic Limit (%) φ Angle of Internal Friction (Degree) M.80 2.5 10. Type No. Sp.21 2. P.59 2.76 2.3 NP NP 5 43 52 _ _ _ 15 _ _ 2.707/208001 Checked By :‐ VS 25 of 26 .  I.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.L.52 2.77 2.534 _ 7 3/12 Rock Core 15. Gravity Index Pressure Absorption  R.7 1 40 59 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2.5 _ _ 2.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 100.D. Swelling Pressure (Kg/Sq.C.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 216.) PI Plasticity Index (%) F.4 19. Classification in mt Degree Kg/cm2 gm/cc kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 % % % % % % % % % 1 3/1 ML DS 0.75 2.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3.0 23.727 _ Abbrivation : LL Liquid Limit (%) C Cohession (Kg/Sq.70 _ _ 6 3/10 Rock Core 12.6 _ _ 1.cm) mv Coeff.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 168.665 _ 11 3/19 Rock Core 27.76 2.2 22.D/    Wet UCS M.566 _ 8 3/14 Rock Core 18.603 _ 9 3/16 Rock Core 21.61 _ _ 5 3/8 Rock Core/SPT 9.6 0 30 70 0.5 25.I.D.C Moisutre Content (%) S.S.cm.S  Depth    L.28 10 _ _ _ _ 2.60 1.

CALCULATION OF PILE CAPACITY SOCKETED IN ROCK Calculation of allowable capacity of pile due to socketing in rock.5 8 Re = Ultimate end bearing.3 9 Raf = Ultimate side socket shear. MT 403 10 Qallow = Allowable capacity of pile. cm 480 4 ls = length of socket in cm 11310 5 Ab = cross sectional area of base of pile in cm2 5.5 6 Cus = ultimate shear along the socket length. kg/cm2 9 2 Nc = bearing capacity factor 120 3 D = Diameter of pile.707/208001 26 of 26 . Qallow  (IRC:78-2014-Method 2) Qu = Re +Raf = Cub Nc Ab + Cus As Qallow = Re/3 + Raf/6 7 1 Cub = Avg shear strength below base of pile. kg/cm2 180956 7 As = surface area of socket in cm2 712. MT 995. MT JOB NO.