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AS 1289.0-1991 methods of testing soils for engineering purposes - general requirements and list of methods

Standard Number:  AS 1289.0-1991
Title:  methods of testing soils for engineering purposes - general requirements and list of methods
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  AS 1289.A1-1983

Publication Date:  1991/7/12
Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:18P.;A4  

Preface:   
Description:This Standard is fundamental to all of the methods in the AS 1289 series. It provides the following information: (a)A list of methods in the AS 1289 series. (b)Referenced documents. (c)Definitions. (d)A list of the main apparatus used and the Standards with which that apparatus must comply. (e)A list of the quantity and unit symbols used. (f)Other supplementary information.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 1289.0-1991 METHODS OF TESTING SOILS FOR ENGINEERING PURPOSES - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS A...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
LIST OF METHODS
CONTENTS
1 SCOPE
2 REFERENCED AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
2.1 Referenced document
2.2 Related documents
3 DEFINITIONS
3.1 Added moisture
3.2 Air voids line
3.3 Boulders
3.4 Bulk density
3.5 California bearing ratio (CBR)
3.6 Clay fraction
3.7 Cobbles
3.8 Coefficient of consolidation
3.9 Coefficient of permeability
3.10 Coefficient of volume decrease
3.11 Compaction
3.12 Cone friction ratio
3.13 Cone liquid limit
3.14 Cone resistance
3.15 Cone skin friction
3.16 Consolidation
3.17 Converted wet density (CWD)
3.18 Degree of saturation
3.19 Density index
3.20 Dispersive soils
3.21 Distilled water
3.22 Dry density
3.23 Drydensity moisture content relationship
3.24 Dry density ratio
3.25 Electrical resistivity
3.26 Emerson class number
3.27 Field vane shear strength
3.28 Gravel fraction
3.29 Hilf density ratio
3.30 Hilf roller efficiency
3.31 Linear shrinkage (LS)
3.32 Liquid limit
3.33 Maximum dry density
3.34 Moisture content
3.35 Moisture variation
3.36 Optimum moisture content
3.37 Particle size distribution
3.38 Penetration resistance (SPT)
3.39 Percentage air voids
3.40 Percent dispersion (PD)
3.41 Pinhole dispersion
3.42 Plasticity index
3.43 Plastic limit
3.44 Quartering
3.45 Riffling
3.46 Sample
3.47 Sand equivalent
3.48 Sand fraction
3.49 Saturation line (zero air voids line)
3.50 Silt fraction
3.51 Soil
3.52 Soil particle density
3.53 Specimen
3.54 Triaxial compressive strength
3.55 Void ratio
3.56 Water
3.57 Wet density
4 APPARATUS
4.1 General
4.2 Drying ovens
4.2.1 General requirements
4.2.2 Loading
4.2.3 Efficiency
4.2.4 Rate of loading
4.3 Balance calibration and accuracy of mass determination
5 SOIL GROUPS
6 ACCURACY OF REPORTED RESULTS
  
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