Hi. I really need a copy of these article. Anyone who has a copy of these? Thank you very much. :)


  1. Kjekstad,  O., Lunne, T. and Clausen, C.J.F. (1978). “Comparison Between In-situ Cone Resistance and Laboratory Strength for Overconsolidated North Sea Clays.” Marine Geotechnology, 3(4).
  2. Lunne, T., Randolph, M. F., Chung, S. F., Andersen, K. H., and Sjursen, M. (2005). “Comparison of cone and T-bar factors in two onshore and one offshore clay sediments.” Proc., Int. Symp. on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics (ISFOG), Perth, Australia, in press.
  3. Baligh, M.M., Vivatrat, V., and Ladd, C.C., (1980). “Cone penetration in soil profiling” Journal of the Geotechnical Engineering Division, 106 (4), 447-461.
  4. Jamiolkowski, M., Lancellotta, R., Tordella, L. and Battaglio, M. (1982). “Undrained Strength from CPT”, Proc. of 2nd European Symposium on Penetration Testing, Amsterdam, 599-606.
  5. Lunne, T., Eidsmoen, T., Gillespie, D., and Howland, J.D., (1986). “Laboratory and field evaluation of cone penetrometer”, Proceedings of In situ '86, Use of In Situ Tests in Geotechnical Engineering. ASCE GSP 6, Blacksburg, Virginia, 714-729.
  6. Stark, T. D. and Juhrend, J. E., (1989). “Undrained shear strength from cone penetration tests”, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 1, 327-330.
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Shemelyn Meonada Sespene

Hi! Can i have a copy of that paper? Thank you very much! :)


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Janaka J. Kumara

Hello Shemelyn,

I have 1st paper (i.e., Kjekstad et al., 1978), but I'm sorry I dont know how to send it to you. If you can send me a personal message, maybe I could try through it.

Janaka


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Djamalddine Boumezerane

Just click on the link I gave, you will access the paper :-)


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Shemelyn Meonada Sespene

Unfortunately I cannot access it anymore. :(


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GeoWorld Administrator

Dear Djamalddine,

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