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Cohesionless materials (cohesionless soil) The term 'Cohesionless materials (cohesionless soil)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' Soil materials that when unconfined have little or no strength when air-dried and that have little or no cohesion when submerged. Soil that has little tendency to stick together whether wet or dry, such as sands and gravels'.
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