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" The rate of filtration of a soil depends upon its porosity, which governs the frictional resistance to flow, and the slope and length of the filamentary channels along which the water may be considered to pass. It is evident, therefore, that the direct... "
Earth Dams: A Study - Page 36
by Burr Bassell - 1904 - 70 pages
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 132

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1898
...infiltering water. The rate of filtration of a soil depends upon its porosity, which governs the Motional resistance to flow, and the slope and length of the...homogeneous soil must decrease from the top to the bottom of the puddle trench. The best section for a puddle trench is thus a wedge, such as an open excavation...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 132

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1898
...useful in affording, on the downstream side, more natural means of drainage for the infiltering water. The rate of filtration of a soil depends upon its...homogeneous soil must decrease from the top to the bottom of the puddle trench. The best section for a puddle trench is thus a wedge, such as an open excavation...
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