The Jodhpur permeameter, was designed by___________
The Jodhpur permeameter was designed and developed by Dr. Alam Singh in 1958, at the soil engineering laboratory of M.B.M Engineering College, Jodhpur.
The Jodhpur permeameter apparatus is, meant for studying_________
The apparatus is meant for studying the permeability characteristics of all types of soil samples under different conditions of laboratory as well as field.
Which of the following permeability test, can be done in Jodhpur permeameter?
In Jodhpur permeameter, both falling head and constant head test can be performed on remolded as well as undisturbed specimens.
The Remoulded specimen in Jodhpur Permeameter, can be prepared by___________
The remoulded specimen can be prepared either by static compaction, or b dynamic compaction, at a desired density.
What is the diameter of the permeameter mould (i.e. Cylinder), used in Jodhpur permeameter?
The permeameter mould which is a cylinder has an internal capacity 300 ml, 50 cm2 cross-sectional area, and diameter of 79.8 mm and a 6 cm height.