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2-1. Various stress conditions and concepts. A. Triaxial loading (two out of three principal stresses are equal: p x = p y # p t ) . B. Hydrostatic loading (three principal stresses are equal: p x = p y = p z ) . C. Uniaxial loading (force is perpendicular to one face of the cube, whereas the four faces perpendicular to this face are kept stationary). D. Total weight of sediment (sp. gr. 6) saturated with pore fluid (sp. gr. 27 Ib/ftz. E. 4 lb), which acts upwards and is equal to the weight of displaced fluid.

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