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California Bearing Ratio for Strength of Soil that Underlies a Pavement
California bearing ratio=(Force per unit area/Force per unit area) GO
Force per Unit Area Required to Penetrate a Soil Mass with a Circular Piston when CBR is Given
Force per unit area=California bearing ratio*Force per unit area GO

Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given Formula

Force per unit area=(Force per unit area/California bearing ratio)
F'<sub>0</sub>=(F/CBR)
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What is california bearing ratio ?

The California Bearing Ratio test is a penetration test used to evaluate the subgrade strength of roads and pavements. The results of these tests are used with the curves to determine the thickness of pavement and its component layers. This is the most widely used method for the design of flexible pavement.

How to Calculate Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given?

Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given calculator uses Force per unit area=(Force per unit area/California bearing ratio) to calculate the Force per unit area, The Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given formula is defined as pressure applied by standard material. Force per unit area and is denoted by F'0 symbol.

How to calculate Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given, enter Force per unit area (F) and California bearing ratio (CBR) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6 = (3/0.5).

FAQ

What is Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given?
The Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given formula is defined as pressure applied by standard material and is represented as F'0=(F/CBR) or Force per unit area=(Force per unit area/California bearing ratio). Force per unit area required to penetrate a soil mass with a circular piston and California bearing ratio is used as a measure of the quality of strength of a soil that underlies a pavement.
How to calculate Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given?
The Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given formula is defined as pressure applied by standard material is calculated using Force per unit area=(Force per unit area/California bearing ratio). To calculate Force per Unit Area Required for Penetration of a Standard Material when CBR is Given, you need Force per unit area (F) and California bearing ratio (CBR). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Force per unit area and California bearing ratio and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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