ASTM D5778 PDF

More D Scope 1. Pore pressure dissipation, after a push, can also be monitored for correlation to soil compressibility and permeability. The use of an inclinometer is highly recommended since it will provide information on potentially damaging situations during the sounding process.

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More D Scope 1. Pore pressure dissipation, after a push, can also be monitored for correlation to soil compressibility and permeability. The use of an inclinometer is highly recommended since it will provide information on potentially damaging situations during the sounding process.

Within Section 13 on Calculations, SI metric units are considered the standard. Other commonly used units such as the inch-pound system are shown in brackets. The various data reported should be displayed in mutually compatible units as agreed to by the client or user.

Cone tip projected area is commonly referred to in centimetres for convenience. The values stated in each system are not equivalents; therefore, each system must be used independently of the other.

Note This test method does not include hydraulic or pneumatic penetrometers. However, many of the procedural requirements herein could apply to those penetrometers. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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ASTM D Significance and Use Tests performed using this test method provide a detailed record of cone resistance which is useful for evaluation of site stratigraphy, homogeneity and depth to firm layers, voids or cavities, and other discontinuities. The use of a friction sleeve and porewater pressure element can provide an estimate of soil classification, and correlations with engineering properties of soils. When properly performed at suitable sites, the test provides a rapid means for determining subsurface conditions. This test method provides data used for estimating engineering properties of soil intended to help with the design and construction of earthworks, the foundations for structures, and the behavior of soils under static and dynamic loads. This method tests the soil in-situ and soil samples are not obtained.

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You are on page 1of 20 Search inside document This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade TBT Committee. A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. Cone tip projected area is 1. NOTE 1—This test method does not include hydraulic or pneumatic penetrometers. However, many of the procedural requirements herein 1.

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More D It also covers textured glass fiber yarns. The nominal twist in S and Z directions and breaking strength of the continuous filament yarns shall conform to the specified requirements. The fibers shall be free of any free alkali metal oxides, such as soda or potash, and from foreign particles, dirt, and other impurities. The direction of twist, twist level, filament diameter, breaking strength, and ignition loss organic content of the fiber shall be tested.

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More D Scope 1. Field tests using mechanical-type penetrometers are covered elsewhere by Test Method D Porewater pressure dissipation, after a push, can also be monitored for correlation to time rate of consolidation and permeability. The use of an inclinometer is highly recommended since it will provide information on potentially damaging situations during the sounding process. Within Section 13 on Calculations, SI units are considered the standard.

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