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Zambia Angle Of Internal Friction For Crushed Stone

Zambia Angle Of Internal Friction For Crushed Stone

Jun 26, 2009 Crushed stone I think 40 to even 55 angle of internal friction or more but codes for construction never allow to go as high. I think the higher value I have seen as acceptable for calculations is 40 to 41. AASHTO and others, again, I think to remember, limited the angle for non coherent backfills to 34 deg angle of inner friction.

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