# Civil Engineering - Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

### Exercise :: Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering - Section 2

36.

The maximum load carried by a pile, when it continues to sink without further increase of load, is known as

 A. ultimate load carrying capacity B. ultimate bearing capacity C. ultimate bearing resistant D. all the above.

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37.

The soil which contains finest grain particles, is

 A. coarse sand B. fine sand C. silt D. clay.

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38.

The general relationship between specific gravity (G), weight of water (γω), degree of saturation (Sr), void ratio (e) and bulk density (γ), is

 A. γ = B. γ = C. γ = D. γ = Explanation:

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39.

If C is cohesion, F is factor of safety, γ is unit weight of soil and H is the maximum height of embankment, the stability number, is

 A. B. C. D. E. Explanation:

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40.

The angle between the directions of the failure and the major principal plane, is equal to

 A. 90° + effective angle of shearing resistance B. 90° + half of the angle of shearing resistance C. 45° - half of the angle of shearing resistance D. 45° + half of the angle of shearing resistance.