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Identifying Rocks

Identifying Rocks

Identifying Rocks. Sedimentary rocks. Rocks are partly identified by origin: Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic. Sedimentary Rocks. Wow!. Seventy percent of all the rocks on earth are sedimentary rocks. How are sedimentary rocks formed?. Several Steps Erosion Deposition Compaction

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Compaction

Compaction

Compaction. I.   *Definitions The process of forcing air out of the soil, resulting an increase in density. The effect of compaction on pore space II. *Types of compaction Rolling or kneading: most effective for clayey soils Vibrating: most effective for non-clayey soils

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Compaction

Compaction

Compaction. In-situ soils used as: Bases for the construction of highway pavements embankments or leveling material for construction projects Compacted to improve their density : M/V improves the soil’s strength lowers it’s permeability reduces future settlement. Compaction.

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COMPACTION

COMPACTION

COMPACTION. Topic COMPACTION Presented to Dr. Ayub Elahi Presented by Group leader. M.Zeeshan haider yousaf Zia. # 14 Haider ayub # 13 Bilal ansari #35. COMPACTION. COMPACTION. Definition

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Compaction

Compaction

Compaction. Purposes of Compaction. Compaction is the application of energy to soil to reduce the void ratio This is usually required for fill materials, and is sometimes used for natural soils Compaction reduces settlements under working loads Compaction increases the soil strength

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Compaction

Compaction

Compaction. N. Sivakugan. Duration = 10 minutes. What is compaction?. A simple ground improvement technique, where the soil is densified through external compactive effort. Compactive effort. + water =. Dry density (  d ).  d, max. optimum water content. Water content.

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International Compaction Compaction Testing Update

International Compaction Compaction Testing Update

2. Overview. Issues with Compaction TestingThe Numbers

By Ava (398 views)

Intelligent Compaction

Intelligent Compaction

Intelligent Compaction. By James N. Lee Pavement Program Caltrans. Measurement in Veda. Measurement: Caterpillar-CMV (0-160) Bomag -EVIB (0-21 ksi ), Hamms -HMV (0-30), Sakai-CCV ( FFT Analysis) Intelligent Compaction Recommends to use ICMV

By aiko-mathews (139 views)

Math Compaction

Math Compaction

Math Compaction. Mitch aulakh. Background. Investigation of EAP Data and ongoing efforts to fully implement an integrated pathway Combined ready and conditional rates stayed high for our summative students

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Compaction Finishing

Compaction Finishing

Compaction. Process of increasing density of soil by mechanically forcing soil particles closer togetherNot consolidationUsed to improve soilIncreased bearing strength, reduced compressibility, improved volume change characteristics, reduce permeability . . Amount of compaction depends on Soil\'s

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Intelligent Compaction

Intelligent Compaction

Intelligent Compaction. Understanding the Technology. Jimmy Si, Ph.D., P.E. Austin, TX, April 3, 2014. Table of Contents. 1. Why Use Intelligent Compaction. 3-5. 2. TXDOT IC Projects. 6-9. 3. Benefits and Challenges. 10 -11. 4. Future Plans. 12. 5. Summary. 13. Why Use IC?.

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