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3 gives surface tension values for the contractile skin at different temperatures (Kaye and Laby, 1973). 12). This behaviour is similar to an inflated balloon which has a greater pressure inside the balloon than outside. If a flexible two-dimensional membrane is subjected to different pressures on each side, the membrane must assume a concave curvature towards the larger pressure and exert a tension in the membrane in order to be in equilibrium. The pressure difference across the curved surface can be related to the surface tension and the radius of curvature of the surface by considering equilibrium across the membrane.
The radius of curvature of the curved water surface is inversely proportional to the difference between air pressure ua and water pressure uw across the surface is called the matric suction. Osmotic suction is a function of the amount of dissolved salts in the pore fluid and is expressed in terms of pressure. Alternatively speaking, a reduction in relative humidity in a pore, due to the presence of dissolved salts in pore water, is referred to as the osmotic suction. In order to keep the subject simple in this book, it is not the intention to provide full details of the definitions and proofs.
In other words, the weight of the water column is transferred to the tube through the contractile skin. In the case of a soil having a capillary zone, the contractile skin results in an increased compression of the soil structure. e. the soil is not too dry). , 2007a) Axis-translation technique Overview In laboratory studies on unsaturated soils, an important issue is how to control or measure suction in an unsaturated soil specimen. Generally, total suction can be controlled by using the humidity control technique (Esteban and Saez, 1988).