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14. Relationship between strain rate and shear strength ratio Rt . To determine the shear strength of a soil sample under actual drainage conditions, the sample is compressed with a vertical normal pressure σ1 whilst the sample is confined laterally with a constant horizontal confining pressure σ3 which is applied by hydraulic pressure. In this test arrangement, the relationship between the angle of slip failure plane α, the normal pressure σ and the shear stress τ can be expressed by the following equation.

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