STCT-2 ASTM D6951 8kgs hammer Dynamic cone penetrometer


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ASTM D6951 - Dynamic Cone Penetrometer

ASTM D6951 - Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) 17`6 lbs (Dual Weight) ``` ASTM D6951 - Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) Hammer Weight (lbs`): 17`6 lbs (Dual Weight)

Dynamic Cone Penetrometers -

Dynamic Cone Penetrometers_ on the back are the most popular! give us a call to determine which is the right one for you. Dynamic Cone Penetrometers In|Situ CBR in 10 Minutes with Dual|Mass DCPs Disposable Cone Adapter and Cone Reusable Hardened Point Standard DCP components! Upper Rod and Hammer (Mass)! Scale and Lower Rod showing Disposable Cone

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astm d6951 The Dual-Mass dynamic cone penetrometer determines shear strength of soils at depths to 37.5". (953mm) or up to 6'. (1.82m) with an optional extension. This accurate and portable instrument measures soil properties that can be related to CBR or resilient modulus laboratory values.

Standard Test Method for Use of the Dynamic Cone Penetrometer

DOI- 10.1520/D6951!D6951M-18. Citation Format. ASTM D6951 / D6951M-18, Standard Test Method for Use of the Dynamic Cone Penetrometer in Shallow Pavement Applications, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2018, www.astm.org. Back to Top

ASTM International - ASTM D6951/D6951M-09(2015) - Standard

1.1 This test method covers the measurement of the penetration rate of the Dynamic Cone Penetrometer with an 8!kg [17.6!lb] hammer (8!kg [17.6!lb] DCP) through undisturbed soil or compacted materials, or both. The penetration rate may be related to in situ strength such as an estimated in situ CBR (California Bearing Ratio).

Dual-Mass Dynamic Cone Penetrometer, Threaded

Dual;Mass Dynamic Cone Penetrometer, Threaded Ends Developed by the Army Corps of Engineers, Dynamic Cone Penetrometers (DCPs) provide a low;cost, efficient test method for quickly determining in;situ CBR values of pavement base, sub base and sub grades.

Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Procedures -

Refer to ASTM D 6951 Section Five (5) for equipment specifications. The 17.6-pound hammer is used in this test method. Dynamic Cone Penetrometer can be abbreviated to the letters: DCP. A schematic of apparatus is attached. Procedure Refer to ASTM D 6951 Section Six (6) for operation of DCP. A survey stake may be used to mark each blow during test.

High Grade Geotechnical Sampling and Testing

Dynamic Cone Penetrometer The most widely accepted: portable method for evaluating strength and density of soil: in situ; The dynamic cone penetrometer uses a 15 lb; (6;8 kg) drive mass falling 20 in; (50;8 cm) that strikes the anvil to cause penetration of 1;5 in (3;8 cm) diameter cone (45 degree vertex angle) that has been seated in the ;;;

Resilient modulus prediction of soft low-plasticity Piedmont

As shown in Fig| 1` and presented in ASTM D6951!09 (2009)` DCP consists of an 8 kg sliding hammer` with a 57|5 cm (22|6 in) drop height` a 111 cm (44 in) driving shaft and a 60° angle cone tip| During the DCP test` the sliding hammer falls 57|5 cm vertically and drives the cone tip attached to the bottom of the DCP rod into the ground|