Standards, Strength, and Statistics By:
Submitted to:
Discussion Questions
1. No- Section 5.1 2. Section 8.3- water added, ice added, surface moisture 3. a) 1644 psi b) see appendix 4. 99 psi 5. a) see appendix b) 3827 psi c) 7080 lb 6. 5110 psi, 3
Conclusion
In this lab, it was very interesting mixing our own concrete. When I worked testing concrete over the summer, the product I was given was always mixed at a large plant with good quality control, so I rarely encountered such a high slump wi
OBJECTIVES
The objective of this lab was to become familiar with the standards of testing aggregates
for DRUW, gradation, and specific gravity. Also the ways measurements are obtained
related to the testing of materials in lab. All Calculations are locate
Standards, Strength, and Statistics By: Thomas Chase Section 203
Submitted to: Andrew LaCroix 2/11/08
Discussion Questions
1. No- Section 5.1 2. Section 8.3- water added, ice added, surface moisture 3. a) 1644 psi b) see appendix 4. 99 psi 5. a) se
Procedure
A. Sampling and reducing sample size Using metal scoop, load bin with twice the required amount of aggregate While sampling, take scoops from different parts of pile- smaller aggregate stays in the middle, while larger aggregate falls to th