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Das et al used ANN and support vector machine SVM to predict the MDD and UCS of cement stabilized soil based on soil plasticity LL PI clay content C sand content S gravel content G moisture content MC and cement content CC as inputs Based upon different statistical performances criteria such as correlation coefficient R

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  • Prediction of Maximum Dry Density and Unconfined

    Prediction of Maximum Dry Density and Unconfined

    Das et al used ANN and support vector machine SVM to predict the MDD and UCS of cement stabilized soil based on soil plasticity LL PI clay content C sand content S gravel content G moisture content MC and cement content CC as inputs Based upon different statistical performances criteria such as correlation coefficient R

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  • Field Density Test of Soil by Sand Replacement Method

    Field Density Test of Soil by Sand Replacement Method

    Invert the sand cone apparatus over the density plate and open the valve to tilt the hole with sand When the sand stops flowing close the valve and remove the apparatus from the test hole 7 Weigh the sand cone apparatus with remaining sand 8 Collect as much of the sand from the hole as possible 9

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  • Soil Field Density Test Method Comparison Sand Cone VS

    Soil Field Density Test Method Comparison Sand Cone VS

    Jan 28 2017 The procedure of sand cone test method has been standardized by international standardization organization like American society of testing material ASTM in ASTM D1556D1556M In Indonesia this

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  • Assessment of mechanical properties of cement stabilized

    Assessment of mechanical properties of cement stabilized

    Dec 01 2019 The MDD of laterite soil and sand was much higher than that of clay because of the larger particle size and the higher specific gravity The average rate of decreasing MDD was about 7 for the stabilized laterite soil and sand but for a stabilized clay the average rate of decreasing MDD

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  • Method Statement for Backfilling and Compaction Procedure

    Method Statement for Backfilling and Compaction Procedure

    Jul 03 2020 4 The use of sand backfill compacted by flooding may be permitted but this method requires the approval of the Engineer V3 Backfilling and compaction of Utility Trenches 1 After the utilities have been laid the trench refilling is to commence with approved fill in compacted layer not exceeding 150mm unconsolidated thickness

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  • Maximum Dry Density of Soil and Optimum Moisture

    Maximum Dry Density of Soil and Optimum Moisture

    Feb 09 2020 The determination of maximum dry density and optimum moisture content of the soil is a measure of compaction level of soils This can be measured by mainly two methods Standard Proctor Compaction Test and Modified Proctor Compaction TestBoth the tests help to determine the optimum moisture content that is required for soil to attain maximum compaction ie maximum dry density for

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  • Assessment of mechanical properties of cement stabilized

    Assessment of mechanical properties of cement stabilized

    Dec 01 2019 The MDD of laterite soil and sand was much higher than that of clay because of the larger particle size and the higher specific gravity The average rate of decreasing MDD was about 7 for the stabilized laterite soil and sand but for a stabilized clay the

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  • A Study on Performance of Crusher Dust in Place of

    A Study on Performance of Crusher Dust in Place of

    poorly graded sand with nonplastic and incompressible in nature SP with C u 207and C c 144 Compaction characteristics of Sand under modified Proctor test have OMC of 6 and MDD 182 gcc From the compaction curve it can be seen that Sand attains higher densities with less variation in moisture contents

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  • Soil Mechanics MoistureDensity Relationship and Soil

    Soil Mechanics MoistureDensity Relationship and Soil

    Soil Compaction entails compacting soil to improve its workability for engineering works On the other hand soil compaction in agricultural works has a completely different meaning and consequences For a civil engineering task compaction of soil enables buildings to last longer and have better strength Optimum moisture content dry density of soil grain size distribution of soil particles

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  • Field Dry Density Test FDT By Sand Replacement Method

    Field Dry Density Test FDT By Sand Replacement Method

    Bulk density of poured Sand s gm3 148 Varies from 147 to 152 Based on the result in test Bulk density shall be regularly checked in the period of 14 days The initial mass of sand before pouring m1 in g 8000 gm with the bottle Mass of sand after pouring in the hole m2 in g 2940 gm Mass of sand used to fill Funnel and Baseplate m3 in g 1650 gm Constant for each

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  • Improvement in Properties of Subgrade Soil by Using

    Improvement in Properties of Subgrade Soil by Using

    values of MDD and OMC were found out The soil was treated with moorum and RBI Grade 81 for different proportions tested for soaked CBR value MDD and OMC 4 RULTS AND DISCUSSION ES 41 Effect of RBI Grade 81 on MDD and OMC of soil The Standard proctor test was conducted on untreated soil the values of MDD and OMC were found to be 143 gcm 3

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  • Effect of Bentonite Clay on Compaction CBR and Shear

    Effect of Bentonite Clay on Compaction CBR and Shear

    The variation of MDD and OMC of the compacted Sandbentonite mixtures are presented in the Fig 2 and 3 32 California Bearing Ratio The CBR tests for the sample of Narmada sand and bentonite mixes for soaked condition with four days soaking were performed in accordance with IS 2720 Part 16 1987

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  • Fundamentals of Soil Compaction

    Fundamentals of Soil Compaction

    Poorly graded sand SP 18 15 Low plasticity clay CL 18 15 Non plastic silt ML 17 17 High plasticity clay CH 15 25 Note that these are typical values Because of the variability of soils it is not appropriate to use typical values in design tests are always required 38 Field specifications To control the soil properties of earth constructions

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  • Field Density Test Of Soil By Sand Cone Method Highway

    Field Density Test Of Soil By Sand Cone Method Highway

    5 When the sand stops running close the valve and weight the cone with the existing sand Finally calculate the dry density of the soil by given the below formula If the test fails compact and perform the test again Field density test Calculation For FDT Test The volume of the hole Mass of sand in holeDensity of used sand

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  • Effect of Cement Sand and Bagasse Ash Mix on OMC

    Effect of Cement Sand and Bagasse Ash Mix on OMC

    Effect of Cement Sand and Bagasse Ash Mix on OMC and MDD Result Anil Pratap Singh1 RD Patel2 1PG Scholar 2Associate Professor 12Department of Civil Engineering 12MMMUT Gorakhpur273010 AbstractSugarcane bagasse ash SBA is utilized in

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  • Methods for achieving and measuring soil compaction

    Methods for achieving and measuring soil compaction

    Dry sand that has a carefully measured unit weight is allowed to run into the hole from a pre w eighed bottle After the exact amount that fills the hole has run out the bottle is ret u r ned to the labora t o r y for re w eighing the re m a i n i n g sand The difference in weight is the amount of sand

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  • Compaction Procedures for Different Types of Soils

    Compaction Procedures for Different Types of Soils

    Mar 27 2014 Top layer of sand and gravel remains loose in vibrating compaction Therefore in final pass the roller should move smoothly without vibration Dry densities attained in field trials normally should be around MDD specified Relative Density as obtained from laboratory tests and should form the basis for specification and quality control

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  • How to Test Compaction of Soil Soil Engineering

    How to Test Compaction of Soil Soil Engineering

    The MDD obtained from the laboratory compaction test helps in knowing the dry density achievable in the field compaction and also as a check for quality control Based on the compacted energy used in compacting the soil in the laboratory test the laboratory compaction tests are of two types

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  • Granular Subbase GSBSpecification and construction

    Granular Subbase GSBSpecification and construction

    Generally 68 number of passes are required for compaction of 98 of Lab MDD Each layer shall be tested by Sand replacement method Productivity GSB Productivity 12000 m monthteamshift Grader Productivity 90 m hour Roller Productivity 80 m hr

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  • Soil stabilization with cement and affect the cement

    Soil stabilization with cement and affect the cement

    Soil stabilization with cement The process of cement stabilization can be done by mixing the portland cement and pulverized soil with water and compacting the mix to attain a strong material The material takes place y mixing soil and cement is known as soilcement The material becomes hard and durable structural material as the cement hydrates and develops strength

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  • Grain Size Analysis and Maximum and Minimum Dry Density

    Grain Size Analysis and Maximum and Minimum Dry Density

    Nov 16 2019 Abstract Ottawa F65 sand supplied by US Silica Ottawa Illinois was selected as the standard sand for LEAPUCD2017 Between December 2017 and February 2018 each LEAP research team sent 500 g samples of sand to UC Davis for grain

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  • Easy Way To Calculate Current Moisture Content AggreBind

    Easy Way To Calculate Current Moisture Content AggreBind

    2 Put 200 grams of the soilsand into the bowl For your sample dig out an amount of soilsand that is equal to the depth of the job ie 150mm Mix homogenize it and then place 200grms of the soilsand in the bowl You have now established an averaged sample of the existing moisture content

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  • PDF Correlation of California Bearing Ratio CBR Value

    PDF Correlation of California Bearing Ratio CBR Value

    Nov 27 2020 CBR MDD OMC LL PL IP Gravel Sand Silt and clay CBR 1 0879 0861 0189 0317 0002 0629 0334 0645 MDD 0879 1 0849 0146 0268 0025 0607 0273 0627

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  • Granular Sub base GSB specifications GSB Grading layer

    Granular Sub base GSB specifications GSB Grading layer

    Let us consider Length of WMM BedL 1 Km 1000 Met Breadth of WMM BedB 7 Met Thickness of WMM Layer T 150 mm 0150 Met Max Dry Density MDD 2230 Gram Cubic Centimeter 2230KG Cubic metre Note The value of MDD is calculated by conducting proctor density test as per IS 2720 part 28 1983 Reaffirmed May 2015

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