Sand Equivalent Value Of Fine Aggregate In Concrete In Qatar

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Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate

Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate • Categories of Soils based on Particle Size: o Coarse aggregate o Fine aggregate o Silt ( sieve #200, size 0075) o Clay • Clay like material are small particles in the size of clay particles that are deleterious to asphalt concrete

SAND EQUIVALENT VALUE SOIL & FINE AGGREGATES (ASTMD

Purpose

Sand Equivalent Pavement Interactive

ASTM D 2419: Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate; Summary A small sample of fine aggregate passing the No 4 (475 mm) sieve is placed in a graduated cylinder and mixed with flocculant solution to separate fine dust of claylike particles from the rest of the aggregate sample The sample is shaken and then allowed to sit for 20

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Clay, Aggregate and Concrete

to detect clay in concrete aggregates, and a study of the given fine aggregate, as the sand equivalent value changes from 60 to 80, the concrete properties will exhibit the following changes l Gain in 7day compressive strength of 15% 2 Gain in 28day compressive strength of 16%

Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils

52 A minimum sand equivalent value may be specified to limit the permissible quantity of claylike or clay size fines in an aggregate 53 This test method provides a rapid field method for determining changes in the quality of aggregates during production or placement

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Section 802 Aggregates for Asphaltic Concrete

Fine aggregate groups include: a Group I—Limestone, dolomite, marble, or combination thereof b Group II—Gravel, slag, granitic and gneissic rocks, quartzite, natural sand, or a combination thereof 3 Sand Equivalent Use these sand equivalent values: Material Sand Equivalent Value Group I At least 28

How To Calculate Cement, Sand & Aggregates Quantity in

Aug 03, 2018· M20 = 1 : 15 : 3 = 55, (Cement : Sand : Aggregate) Some of Mix is – 55 Where, M = Mix 20 = Characteristic Compressive strength Consider volume of concrete = 1m3 Dry Volume of Concrete = 1 x 154 = 154 m3 (For Dry Volume Multiply By 154) Now we start calculation for find Cement, Sand and Aggregate quality in 1 cubic meter concrete

Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils

52 A minimum sand equivalent value may be specified to limit the permissible quantity of claylike or clay size fines in an aggregate 53 This test method provides a rapid field method for determining changes in the quality of aggregates during production or placement

minimum sand equivalent in concrete

Quality tests for aggregates and concrete mix design Sep 15, 2018· Clay Lumps % 1% (maximum) FINE AGGREGATE (SAND): Organic Impurities meet standard color or Lighter Color Soundness % 12 (maximum) Sand Equivalent 75 (minimum) ADMIXTURE (ULTRA RETADER 310) Specific Gravity Chloride Content Confirms to ASTM C 494type B Admixture PH Value 41

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Correlation of Concrete Properties with Tests for Clay

The presence of clays in the fine aggregate used to make concrete ·is known to be detrimental to the struc­ concrete sand which was washed in the laboratory with 00 100 90 80 70 60 50 SAND EQUIVALENT VALUE Figure 1 Relationship between Loss by Decantation and Sand Equivalent value for natural aggregate samples PAGE SEVEN Sample

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METHOD OF TEST FOR SAND EQUIVALENT

2 Mechanical Sand Equivalent Shaker (Figure 3): a mechanical device designed to hold the sand equivalent (SE) graduated plastic cylinde r in a horizontal position while subjecting it to a reciprocating motion parallel to its length The motion must be provided through a “scotchyoke ” mechanism, which provides a stroke length of 8 in 005 in

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Office of Materials and Testing Qualified Products List

Aggregate Specific Gravities Percent Absorption Density lb/ft3 @ % Opt Moist Sand Equivalent Value Durability Factor Remarks Product Bulk SSD APP Union Sand Mine (Ludowici, GA) Union Silica Road Ludowici, GA 31316 9125452622 110F Alluvial Sand 1 II 10NS 2628 2635 2645 025 1004/54 98 96 ER Jahna Industries, Inc

DIRTY AGGREGATE, WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?

the effects of clay in concrete fine aggregate on the properties of concrete are presented and discussed the two most generally used tests, the loss by decantation and sand equivalent tests, are examined the ability of these tests to measure the observed effects of the clay fraction of an aggregate on the properties of concrete is illustrated

Aggregate Archives

Oct 12, 2017· sand equivalent value soil & fine aggregates (astmd2419) Suryakanta | October 17, 2015 Sand Equivalent Value Test Purpose To determine the percent of undesirable particles in the fine aggregate fraction used in the design of Portland cement concrete mixtures

Permissible Levels of Chlorides and Sulfates in Aggregate

Feb 01, 1996· Q We're designing a concrete structure in Egypt, and I received test results for the aggregate to be used in the concrete The report lists chloride and sulfate content, but I don't know how to evaluate these numbers because ASTM C 33, "Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates," doesn't give limits for them

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AGGREGATES

Aggregate Properties, Flexible Pavements Properties Agg I Agg II Agg III Agg IV Agg V LA Abrasio maximum loss, % 35 40 40 40 40 Flat and Elongated (1 to 5 ratio) maximum, % 10 10 10 10 Sand Equivalent minimum (2) 45 45 45 40 40 Fractured Faces minimum(1) 95/90 95/90 85/80 75/ 55/Fine Aggregate Angularity minimum (2) 45 45 45 40 40

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SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND ABSORPTION OF FINE AGGREGATE

fine aggregate loosely in the mold, filling it until overflowing occurs, and heaping additional material above the top of the mold Lightly tamp the fine aggregate into the mold with 25 light drops of the tamper Each drop should start about 02 inch above the top surface of the fine aggregate

Sand height Clay height x 100 SEV A higher sand equivalent

Sand height / Clay height x 100 = SEV A higher sand equivalent value (SEV) indicates a cleaner aggregate Minimum specified SEVs for fine aggregate in asphalt mixtures range from 25 to 60 Concrete aggregate specifications commonly require a value to be above 70 or 80 A value greater than 80 should be used for filter material 5626 Petrographic Analysis Petrographic analysis can be used

Standard Test Method for Aggregate Durability Index

C127 Test Method for Relative Density (Specific Gravity) and Absorption of Coarse Aggregate C136/C136M Test Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates C702/C702M Practice for Reducing Samples of Aggregate to Testing Size D75/D75M Practice for Sampling Aggregates D2419 Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine

How To Calculate Cement, Sand & Aggregates Quantity in

Aug 03, 2018· M20 = 1 : 15 : 3 = 55, (Cement : Sand : Aggregate) Some of Mix is – 55 Where, M = Mix 20 = Characteristic Compressive strength Consider volume of concrete = 1m3 Dry Volume of Concrete = 1 x 154 = 154 m3 (For Dry Volume Multiply By 154) Now we start calculation for find Cement, Sand and Aggregate quality in 1 cubic meter concrete

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Section 802 Aggregates for Asphaltic Concrete

Fine aggregate groups include: a Group I—Limestone, dolomite, marble, or combination thereof b Group II—Gravel, slag, granitic and gneissic rocks, quartzite, natural sand, or a combination thereof 3 Sand Equivalent Use these sand equivalent values: Material Sand Equivalent Value Group I At least 28

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AGGREGATES

Aggregate Properties, Flexible Pavements Properties Agg I Agg II Agg III Agg IV Agg V LA Abrasio maximum loss, % 35 40 40 40 40 Flat and Elongated (1 to 5 ratio) maximum, % 10 10 10 10 Sand Equivalent minimum (2) 45 45 45 40 40 Fractured Faces minimum(1) 95/90 95/90 85/80 75/ 55/Fine Aggregate Angularity minimum (2) 45 45 45 40 40

Arab Geotech For Soil Investigation Laboratories LLC

Sand Equivalent Value Of Fine Aggregates Los Angeles Abrasion Aggregate Crushing Value Aggregate Impact Value Ten Percent Fines Value (Dry And Soaked) Materials Finer Than 75 Micron Sieve Drying Shrinkage Chemical Test (Sulphate, Chloride, Organic Impurities)

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AGGREGATE LAB TESTING TECHNICIAN WORKBOOK

aggregates Coarse aggregate (Procedure I) represents aggregate retained on the No 4 (475 mm) sieve Fine aggregate (Procedure II) is all aggregate passing the No 4 (475 mm) and retained on the No100 (150 µm) sieve KT06 reflects testing procedures found in AASHTO T 84 and T 85 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS 21

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METHOD OF TEST FOR SAND EQUIVALENT

2 Mechanical Sand Equivalent Shaker (Figure 3): a mechanical device designed to hold the sand equivalent (SE) graduated plastic cylinde r in a horizontal position while subjecting it to a reciprocating motion parallel to its length The motion must be provided through a “scotchyoke ” mechanism, which provides a stroke length of 8 in 005 in

Chapter 6 Conclusions and Recommendations | Improved

Therefore, the fine aggregate portions retained on and passing the No 200 sieve should be tested separately when the sand equivalent (AASHTO T 176) value of the fine aggregate is less than 75 The portion retained on the No 200 sieve can be tested according to AASHTO T 84

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Office of Materials and Testing Qualified Products List

Aggregate Specific Gravities Percent Absorption Density lb/ft3 @ % Opt Moist Sand Equivalent Value Durability Factor Remarks Product Bulk SSD APP Union Sand Mine (Ludowici, GA) Union Silica Road Ludowici, GA 31316 9125452622 110F Alluvial Sand 1 II 10NS 2628 2635 2645 025 1004/54 98 96 ER Jahna Industries, Inc

Permissible Levels of Chlorides and Sulfates in Aggregate

Feb 01, 1996· Q We're designing a concrete structure in Egypt, and I received test results for the aggregate to be used in the concrete The report lists chloride and sulfate content, but I don't know how to evaluate these numbers because ASTM C 33, "Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates," doesn't give limits for them

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SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND ABSORPTION OF FINE AGGREGATE

fine aggregate loosely in the mold, filling it until overflowing occurs, and heaping additional material above the top of the mold Lightly tamp the fine aggregate into the mold with 25 light drops of the tamper Each drop should start about 02 inch above the top surface of the fine aggregate

Aggregate Testing Equipment Gilson Co

Sand Equivalent Test indicates the amount of claylike fines in aggregates and granular soils Testing sets are complete, ready for lab or field use Graduated cylinders, weighted foot assemblies, concentrated stock solutions, and other components are available individually Motorized or manual sand equivalent shakers agitate the sample for the

CORRELATION OF CONCRETE PROPERTIES WITH TESTS FOR

the presence of clays in the fine aggregate used to make concrete is detrimental to the structural properties of the concrete the texas highway department currently uses the results of sand equivalent and loss by decantation tests as a means of detecting such clay and controlling the quality of fine aggregate used in portland concrete cement

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32 11 17 Aggregate Subbase Courses

5 ASTM D2419 Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate 6 ASTM D2844 Test Method for Resistance RValue and Expansion Pressure of Compacted Soils 7 ASTM D2922 Test Methods for Density of Soil and SoilAggregate in Place by Nuclear Methods (Shallow Depth) 8

What is the chemical component can be added to the

There are some standards regarding to Sand Equivalent [SE] value Such as ASTM D2419 14 [Standard Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate