The pressuremeter test is an in situ controlled load-deformation test that is performed by applying pressure to the sidewalls of a borehole using a radially expanded probe. From the test readings (volume variation based on controlled pressure), a strain-strain curve can be obtained from the soil in the case of plane deformation.
The pressuremeter test provides the following parameters as a function of depth:
The outcomes of pressuremeter tests (PMT) allows engineers to design foundations that will be stable.
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CiviLab is a civil engineering laboratory software (Soil and concrete). Our laboratory software allows you to perform the tests with your preferred language and provides you a multilingual reports. Designed by civil engineers to meet your expectations. Easiness of usage, allowing members of your laboratory to master CiviLab in record time.
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