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METHOD OF TEST FOR SAND EQUIVALENT Test Method Nev T227H April 5, 2010 1 State of Nevada Department of Transportation Materials Division METHOD OF TEST FOR SAND EQUIVALENT Follow AASHTO T 176-08 in its entirety with the following exceptions:
Sand equivalent and methylene blue value of aggregates for , Sand equivalent and methylene blue value of aggregates for highway engineering , Sand equivalent and methylene blue value of aggregates for highway engineering 121 , Recommended sand .
Inspection & Sampling Procedures for Fine & Coarse , Inspection & Sampling Procedures for Fine & Coarse Aggregates 9/1/13 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE - TESTING EQUIPMENT Laboratory , are recommended with sieve designations 2 in, 1 1/2 in, 1 in, 3/4 in, , representative of the material as a 25 lb sample of natural sand
Worksheet for Determining Sand Equivalent AASHTO T 176 Sand Reading * 100 CALCULATIONS: SE = Clay Reading Sand reading Clay reading Sand equivalent (SE) values 1 Sand Equivalent (mean) 2 = Remarks: 1 If the calculated SE is not a whole number, report it as the next higher whole number 2 If it is desired to average a series of SE values, average the whole number values determined as described above .
Superpave Aggregate Tests/Aggregates for HMA (Final , measures how clean the sand is; measured on larger particles; based on sand equivalent value; requirements of minimum sand equivalent value depend on traffic level; get the sand reading and clay reading by putting the sand into a cylinder and mix it with calcium chloride solution and shake, then let it sit and measure the top of the coarse particles (sand reading) and the top of the clay .
WSDOT Errata to FOP for AASHTO T 176 WSDOT Errata to FOP for AASHTO T 176 , If two Sand Equivalent (SE) samples are run on the same material and the second , recommended that this shaker be fastened securely to a firm and level mount, by bolts or clamps, if a large number of determinations are to be made
Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils , range of sand equivalent valu Samples that meet the minimum sand equivalent requirement at a working solution temperature below the recommended range need not be subject to referee testing 62 Perform the test at a location free from vibration Excessive vibration may cause the suspended material to settle at a greater rate than normal
EVALUATION OF RATIONAL METHOD “C” VALUES These values include a percentage of imperviousness Table II shows a “C” value range of 018 to 022 for heavy soil lawns at 2 to 7 percent slop These values are much lower than the “Rural” coefficients in Table I A reduction of 010 from the “Rural” coefficients is used to represent a more realistic value of runoff coefficients
ITEM P-401 PLANT MIX BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS , ITEM P-401 PLANT MIX BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS , The aggregate shall have sand equivalent values of or greater when tested in accordance with 45 ASTM D 2419 c Sampling , harmful ingred ients, shall be added in recommended proportion by approved method, and shall be a
Guide to Cement-Modified Soil (CMS) ii Abstract: Cement-modified soil (CMS) is a soil/aggregate material that has been treated with a relatively small proportion of portland cement in order to amend its undesirable properties so that they are suitable for use in subgrade or foundation construction
APPENDIX C TESTS AND PROCEDURES clean sand 6 The level of the bottom of the foot is read 7 The sand equivalent value is the ratio, multiplied by 100, of the reading at the top of the sand, divided by the reading at the top of the clay For all sands, the minimum sand equivalent is 30 MAGNESIUM SULFATE SOUNDNESS TEST Equipment and test procedures are detailed in AASHTO T 104
RESEARCH ON BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS USING THE SAND EQUIVALENT , research on bituminous pavements using the sand equivalent test this two-part project included (1) a detailed study of the sand equivalent test including investigations of types and amounts of fines and washing of aggregates, (2) studies of performance characteristics of asphaltic mixtures and their relationship to the sand equivalent values of the aggregates used for these mixtur
Evaluation of Specialized Tests for Aggregates Used in Hot , Evaluation of Specialized Tests for Aggregates Used in Hot Mix Asphalt , variety of aggregate tests have been used and are recommended by the Asphalt Institute (J) and FHW A (2) , mented sand is measured The sand equivalent value is computed as
Correlation of Concrete Properties with Tests for Clay , Fifteen samples of concrete sand from various loca­ tions in Texas were obtained Each of these samples was thoroughly mixed and split with a sample splitter to obtain test specimens for three Loss by Decantation tests and three Sand Equivalent tests The Loss by Decantation and Sand Equivalent values for samples 1
Measurement of In-Place Relative Density in Coarse Grained , assumed that the corrected Becker N60 value is equivalent to the SPT N60 valu Methods for Accessible Measurements of Relative Density in Alluvial Materials In-place density is determined using large scale sand replacement or water replacement methods (ASTM D 1556, 4914, and 5030) (1) Reclamation has had success with large sand con
METHOD OF TEST FOR SAND EQUIVALENT - dotcagov value at that temperature d This correction curve may be used to determine the correction that must be applied to obtain a test value corrected to 72˚F e Results for individual specimens which meet the minimum sand equivalent specification when the temperature of the working solution is below the recommended range do not
Emulsified Asphalt Content of Full-Depth Reclamation , Note 9—Combined FDR mixtures with sand equivalent values < 30 and/or PI >6 typically require the use of a stabilizing additive such as cement or lime to meet the requirements of MP XX 63 Determine the maximum dry density and the optimum moisture content of the combined FDR material in accordance with T 180, Method D
Stiffness, Strength, and Performance of Unbound , shear resistance value (R-value), and sand equivalent value Aggregate base materials also have an additional durability specification The South Africa material classification system (7) places more emphasis on the source of the aggregate than the layer in which it ,
SAND EQUIVALENT TEST - ftpdotstatetxus 412 Tests on damp samples will generally give lower sand equivalent values than tests on oven-dried sampl 413 Considerable time can be saved by not drying sampl This is permissible, but if the test values are near or below the specified minimum, the sample must be retested in the oven-dry condition
Illuminance - Recommended Light Level Recommended light levels - illuminance - for some types of working activities Sponsored Links Light Level or Illuminance is the total luminous flux incident on a surface per unit area The area - the work plane - is where the most important tasks in the room or space are performed
Recommended Performance Guidelines The aggregate should meet agency specified polishing values and these minimum requirements: TEST TEST METHOD SPECIFICATION AASHTO ASTM Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate T 176 D 2419 45 Minimum Soundness of Aggregates by Use of Sodium Sulfate of Magnesium Sulfate T 104 C 88 15% Maximum w/NA 2 SO 4 25% Maximum w/MgSO 4
Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils , D2419 - 09 Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate , Clay-like fines, Field testing--pavement surfaces, Field testing--soil, Fine aggregate, Granular soil, Plastic fines/dusts, Sand equivalent value, Soil (paving applications).
Chapter 5 Engineering Properties of Soil and Rock Chapter 5 Engineering Properties of Soil and Rock 51 Overview The purpose of this chapter is to identify, either by reference or explicitly herein, appropriate methods of soil and rock property assessment, and how to use that soil and rock property data to establish the final soil and rock parameters to be used for geotechnical design
CORRELATION OF RESISTANCE VALUE (R-VALUE) WITH , CORRELATION OF RESISTANCE VALUE (R-VALUE) WITH CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO (CBR) FOR USE IN THE DESIGN OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS , Table 34 Sand equivalent test results 30 Table 36 Activity of soils tested 34 Table 37 WES method of classifying swell potential of undisturbed soils (after Reese and O'Neill, 1988) 34
ARCHIVE - Montana Department of Transportation should be utilized for several materials even within a narrow range of sand equivalent valu Samples that meet the minimums and equivalent requirement at a working solution temperature below the recommended range need not be subject to referee testing 2 of 8 ARCHIVE
Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils , Jun 01, 2014· Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate This test method is intended to serve as a rapid fieldcorrelation test The purpose of this test method is to indicate, under standard conditions, the relative proportions of clay-size or plastic.
Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate sand reading 2clay reading • If the calculated sand equivalent is not a whole number, report it as the next higher whole number • Higher sand equivalent values indicate “cleaner” (less fine dust or clay-like materials) aggregate • Typical sand equivalent values range from less than 30% to more than 90%
AASHTO Pavement Thickness Design Guide - CECALC Gravely soils, well graded sands, and sand gravel , Recommended values of Cd for rigid pavement , Steel working stress (fc) – typically a value equivalent to 75% of the steel yield strength is used for working stress .
TNZ M/3 Notes : 1986 NOTES ON SUBBASE AGGREGATE , traffic loads This requirement is best satisfied by specifying a minimum Sand Equivalent value: A subbase material with a CBR of more than 15 may be incorporated ina pavement at a depth appropriate to that CBR only if its Sand Equivalent s i greater than 40 or if there is less than 10% by weight passing the 425 Fm sieve
Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate height of sand over the height of clay o Higher sand equivalent values indicate “cleaner” (less fine dust or clay-like materials) aggregate Typical sand equivalent values range from less than 30% to more than 90% If agg #1 has SE = 70% and agg #2 has SE = 40 % that means agg #1 has more sand and less clay like material than agg