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Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates

T 27T 11 Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates Page 24 of 30 WSDOT Materials Manual M 46-01 29 January 2018 Fineness Modulus Fineness Modulus (FM) is used in determining the degree of uniformity of the aggregate gradation in PCC mix designs It is an empirical number relating to the fineness of the aggregate

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Specification of Fine Aggregate

Fine Aggregate Fine aggregate/ coarse sand consists of natural sand crushed stone sand or crushed gravel stone dust It should be hard durable chemically inert clean and free from organic matter not containing any appreciable amount of clay balls or pellets and other harmful impurities i e alkaline salt mica decayed vegetation lumps etc

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Practical Grading of Aggregates

Sand (fine aggregate) falling into any zone can be generally used in concrete although under some circumstances the suitability of a given sand may depend on the grading and shape of the coarse aggregate The suitability of the fine sand of zone 4 for use in reinforced concrete should be tested

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Grading Requirements of Fine Aggregates

Sep 21 2019Significance of Grading The particle size of fine aggregates (sand) substantially governs the properties of concrete mix such as workability pumping placing bond development and integrity of the resulted mass which are of prime importance while dealing with concrete

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Exp 3 Sieve Analysis

For a good fine aggregate the FM should be between 2 3 and 3 1 (ASTM Range for fine aggregates) 5- A FM of 4 can be interpreted to means that the fourth sieve from bottom i e sieve No 16 is the average size of the aggregate particles in the given sample Sieve Analysis Apparatus Standard set of sieves Sieve shaker Sample of the aggregate Sieve Analysis

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Interpret the grading curve for shotcrete

The grading curve graphically represents the proportion of different grain sizes which the aggregate is composed of and which form part of the shotcrete mix It provides useful information to find out Whether the distribution of the different aggregate sizes is suitable for pumping

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What is the difference between fine aggregate and coarse

Sep 04 2017Fine Aggregate If the aggregate size is less than 4 75mm then it is called as Fine aggregate The minimum size of fine aggregate is 0 075mm is preferred for concreting works Coarse Aggregate If the aggregate size is more than 4 75mm then it

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Grading of Aggregates

Grading of Aggregates The volume of the coarse aggregate is generally taken as twice that of the fine aggregate but variations of its proportions may be made within the limits of 1 5 to 3 times the volume of the fine aggregate to Suit the size and grading to secure dense and workable concrete

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Gradation and Size

The particle size distribution or gradation of an aggregate is one of the most influential aggregate characteristics in determining how it will perform as a pavement material In HMA gradation helps determine almost every important property including stiffness stability durability permeability workability fatigue resistance frictional resistance and moisture susceptibility (Roberts et

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Section 902 AGGREGATES

in the stockpile if they can pass the maximum grading sieve size without aid Ensure the fine aggregate portion of the gradation does not exceed a liquid limit of 25 0 percent or a plasticity index of 4 0 The Engineer will test the freeze-thaw durability of crushed concrete coarse aggregate for each project After the Department's central

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Sieve analysis

A gap gradation refers to a sample with very little aggregate in the medium size range This results in only coarse and fine aggregate The curve is horizontal in the medium size range on the gradation graph Open gradation An open gradation refers an aggregate sample with very little fine aggregate particles

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Grading of Aggregates

Aug 29 2013Grading of Aggregates Grading of aggregates consists of proportioning the fine and coarse aggregates in such a ratio so as to get strongest and densest mix with the least amount of cement Grading the aggregates is so graded as to have minimum voids when mixed with all ingredients and water should render a concrete mass of easy workability

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ASTM C33 / C33M

1 1 This specification defines the requirements for grading and quality of fine and coarse aggregate (other than lightweight or heavyweight aggregate) for use in concrete 2 1 2 This specification is for use by a contractor concrete supplier or other purchaser as part of the purchase document describing the material to be furnished

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Combined Gradation Example

The actual plot is compared to this line The combined grading should generally be within 7 percentage points of the Power Chart line Data for the example aggregate is given below The grading curve for the portion of the combined aggregate passing the No 30 sieve will

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What are the grades of coarse aggregate?

Aug 04 2017• Poor graded Poor-graded aggregate is characterized by small variation in size It contains aggregate particles that are almost of the same size This means that the particles pack together leaving relatively large voids in the concrete It is also called "uniform-graded" It is characterized by steep curve

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Gradation of Fine Aggregates

Grading Requirements of Fine Aggregates (ASTM C33) Bulking of Sand The presence of free moisture content in fine aggregate particles results in "bulking" Bulking results in an increase in the volume of a given mass of sand caused by the films of water pushing the sand particles apart

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Fine Aggregate Definition Size Density and Properties

Ignorance of these characteristics can cause the deterioration of concrete thus regulatory authorities have decided grading zone of fine aggregate where each zone defines the percentage of fine aggregate passed from the 600 microns sieve size Zone I 15% to 34% Zone II 34% to 59% Zone III 60% to 79% Zone IV 80% to

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Aggregates for Concrete

Fine aggregate content is usually 35% to 45% by mass or volume of the total aggregate content CHARACTERISTICS OF AGGREGATES The important characteristics of aggregates for concrete are listed in Table 5-2 and most are discussed in the following section Grading Grading is the particle-size distribution of an aggregate as

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EDUCATIONAL GUIDE TO AGGREGATES

A graded aggregate consists of particles of different sizes from the maximum down to the minimum • Fine aggregate The European Standard uses the term fine aggregate in place of the term sand for material less than or equal to 4 mm in size (Traditionally British

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How to Assess the Quality of Fine Aggregate at Site?

Based on grading Zones The result of the sieve analysis is analysed based on the Zones of aggregate described on IS 383 1970 By drawing the grading curve (semi log curve) for the obtained values of percentage retained on each sieve but in the case of site practice it might be difficult to plot the curve

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WHAT IS THE GRADING LIMITS FOR FINE AGGREGATES

Jul 03 2014To describe an aggregate by its maximum and minimum size is not sufficient It has to be graded from its minimum to maximum size IS-383 recommends the following grading limit for fine aggregates Grading Limits For Fine Aggregates Sieve Size Percentage of Passing For Grading Zone-I Grading Zone-II Grading Zone-III Grading Zone-IV 10 mm 100 []

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Grading of Aggregate

Apr 20 2019The aggregate fraction above 4 75 mm to 80 mm is termed as coarse aggregates and from 4 75 mm be to 150 microns as fine aggregate All in aggregate comprises both fine and coarse aggregate More about sieve analysis Grading pattern of a sample is assessed by sieving air dried sample of specified weight through all the sieves

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HOW TO CLASSIFY AGGREGATES ACCORDING TO SIZE

Jul 07 2014IS specifications classify the fine aggregate into four types according to its grading as fine aggregate of grading Zone-1 to grading Zone-4 The four grading zones become progressively finer from grading Zone-1 to grading Zone-4 90% to of the fine aggregate passes 4 75 mm IS sieve and 0 to 15% passes 150 micron IS sieve depending upon its grading zone

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Gradation Test

Jun 02 2012This experiment is carried out to find and check the gradation of the fine aggregate i e sand The concrete consists of three basic solid materials one is the sand whose fineness is checked by experiment no 1 the other two materials are the coarse aggregate that is the crush while the third is the fine aggregate that is the sand

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Gradation Charts

Gradation Charts The charts below show typical gradations of various products based on required specifications from agencies and organizations such as state DOTs AASHTO etc Fine Aggregate Gradation and Quality Requirements Size and Gradation Chart for Coarse Aggregates Rip Rap Size and Gradation Requirements

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Interpret the grading curve for shotcrete

Graphical representation of the screening Grading curve In the example in the first sieve with an opening of 16 mm 100 % of the weight of the aggregate particles passed through in the second sieve with 8 mm opening 98 8 % which means that 1 2 % of the aggregate particles have a size between 8 and 16 mm The particles between 4

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CIVL 1101

Grading or aggregate size distribution is a major characteristic in concrete mix design Cement is the most expensive material in concrete Therefore by minimizing the amount of cement the cost of concrete can be reduced Sieve Analysis-- determines the grading of an aggregate Coarse aggregate is that retained on the #4 sieve and fine aggregate is that passing a #4 sieve

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IS 383 (1970) Specification for Coarse and Fine

ratio of fine to coarse aggregate being reduced as the fine aggregate becomes finer from Grading Zones I to IV In particular the correct design of the mix becomes increasingly important as the grading of the fine aggregate approaches the coarse outer limit of Grading Zone I or the fine outer limit of Grading Zone IV and the suitability of a given fine aggregate grading may in some circumstances depend on the

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Classification of Aggregates Based on Size and Shape

Fine Aggregate Natural sand is generally used as fine aggregate silt and clay are also come under this category The soft deposit consisting of sand silt and clay is termed as loam The purpose of the fine aggregate is to fill the voids in the coarse aggregate and to act as a workability agent

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Aggregate Gradation Optimization

side (fine or course) the gradations were running in relation to the limits various combinations of sand and course aggregates A B or D were all over the Coarseness Factor chart with behavior ranging from rocky to good to sandy 17 Key Words 18 Distribution Statement Aggregate gradation concrete optimization sand

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Fine Grading for Pavement

Fine Grading for Pavement A pavement aggregate base is most commonly 'roughed' in with a dozer In theory pavement bases more than 6″ in thickness should be compacted in more than one lift as roller compaction efforts are really only effective to a 4-6″ depth depending on the machine size weight and vibratory capability

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Aggregates

Grading refers to the determination of the particle-size distribution for aggregate Grading limits and maximum aggregate size are specified because these properties affect the amount of aggregate used as well as cement and water requirements workability pumpability and durability of concrete

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On Aggregate Grading

AGGreGAte pACkinG For this investigation we defined a combined aggregate as WG when its grading parameters plotted in Zone II of the coarseness factor (CF) chart1 3 (Fig 1) and met the recommended distribution described in ACI 302 1R-043 (Fig 2) that is often referred to as the 8-18 distribution

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A Detailed Guide on Grading of Aggregates

Grading of Aggregates Grading of aggregates is determining the average grain size of the aggregates before they are used in construction This is applied to both coarse and fine aggregates The aggregate sample is sieved through a set of sieves and weights retained on each sieve in percentage terms are summed up

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