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`PWP = h_U *gamma_(Water)`

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**Pore Water Pressure (PWP)** is the product of the uplift defined by the depth of the water table,`h_U`, and the specific weight (or unit weight) of water, `gamma_W`. Generally, PWP is a measure of the pressure of groundwater held within a soil or rock, in gaps between particles (pores), relative to atmospheric pressure. PWP is measured in piezometers (u).

In cases where there is no flow, the pore pressure at depth **d **below the water surface is: **u = g _{w} d**

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