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Influence of Soil Fabrics and Stress State on the Undrained Instability of Overconsolidated Binary Granular Assemblies

WD samples exhibited a contractive character leading to instable soil samples compared to those prepared by DFP. They claimed that this behaviour can be attributed to the role of water to confer to the soil a higher void ratio, which leads to easily compressible samples and consequently to very vulnerable soil sample structure to liquefaction. [ 16 ] found that the stress path (in p’–q plot) indicated clearly that the slope of the instability lines for both dry funnel pluviated and wet deposited samples increased with increasing in confining pressure. The

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