Published: Jan 1965
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A simple, inexpensive hydraulic earth pressure cell is described. Pressure on the cell diaphragm causes fluid contained in the cell to be expelled into a nylon tube. The fluid level in the tube can be correlated with the pressure on the diaphragm. The cells have been tested over a three year period under simulated field conditions.
soil mechanics, pressure cell, earth pressures, measuring instruments, soil (material), hydraulics
Peaker, K. R.
Associate, William A. Trow and Associates Ltd., Toronto,