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Explanation: The equation for consolidated undrained strength of the preconsolidated clay in terms of total stress can be approximately expressed as τf = ccu + σ tan φcu where, σ is the normal pressure.
Explanation: The consolidated-undrained tests are performed by two methods: i) the remoulded specimens are sheared under a cell pressure. ii) the moulded specimens are consolidated under the same cell pressure and sheared with different cell pressure.