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Swell in Soil when Original Volume of Soil is Given
Swell in soil =10000*((Loaded volume/Original volume )-1) GO
Shrinkage Factor when Compacted Volume of Soil is Given
Shrinkage factor =(Compacted volume/Original volume ) GO
Compacted volume of Soil After Excavation of Soil
Compacted volume=(Original volume *Shrinkage factor ) GO
Change in volume of the body when volume strain is given.
Change in volume=Volume Strain*Original volume GO
Volume strain
Volume Strain=Change in volume/Original volume GO
Loaded Volume of Soil when Original Volume of Soil is Given
Loaded volume=(Original volume /Load Factor) GO
Load Factor when Original Volume of Soil is Given
Load factor=(Original volume /Loaded volume) GO

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Loaded Volume of Soil when Original Volume of Soil is Given
Loaded volume=(Original volume /Load Factor) GO

Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given Formula

Loaded volume=(Original volume *(100+0.01*Swell in soil )/100)
V<sub>&L;/sub>=(V<sub>b</sub>*(100+0.01*s)/100)
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Original Volume of Soil Before Excavation GO
Loaded Volume of Soil when Original Volume of Soil is Given GO
Load Factor when Original Volume of Soil is Given GO
Swell in Soil when Original Volume of Soil is Given GO
Compacted volume of Soil After Excavation of Soil GO
Shrinkage Factor when Compacted Volume of Soil is Given GO
Original Volume of Soil when Compacted Volume of Soil is Given GO

What is percent swell ?

The swell factor expressed in percentage is the amount of volume increase from bank volume (undisturbed, in place state) to loose volume (disturbed, excavated state) of the material due to voids (air pockets) added to the material after excavation.

How to Calculate Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given?

Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given calculator uses Loaded volume=(Original volume *(100+0.01*Swell in soil )/100) to calculate the Loaded volume, The Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given is defined as the volume of soil after the excavation and loading of soil. Loaded volume and is denoted by V&L;/sub> symbol.

How to calculate Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given, enter Original volume (Vb) and Swell in soil (s) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 20.01 = (20*(100+0.01*5)/100).

FAQ

What is Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given?
The Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given is defined as the volume of soil after the excavation and loading of soil and is represented as V&L;/sub>=(Vb*(100+0.01*s)/100) or Loaded volume=(Original volume *(100+0.01*Swell in soil )/100). Original volume is the volume of soil before excavation and Swell in soil is change in volume when subjected to moisture. .
How to calculate Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given?
The Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given is defined as the volume of soil after the excavation and loading of soil is calculated using Loaded volume=(Original volume *(100+0.01*Swell in soil )/100). To calculate Loaded Volume of Soil when Percent Swell is Given, you need Original volume (Vb) and Swell in soil (s). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Original volume and Swell in soil and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Loaded volume?
In this formula, Loaded volume uses Original volume and Swell in soil . We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Loaded volume=(Original volume /Load Factor)
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