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Sieve Analysis Lab Report Tech Writing Lab Report Dr. Clinton Lanier Written by: Jon Leyba...
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Objective The purpose of this lab is to determine the particle size distribution of the fine and coarse aggregates by sieving. Equipment and...
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methods section carefully instructed. The techniques used were with the sieve method and the opportunistic search. All significant values...
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testing methods used for aggregates; Sieve Analysis, Moisture Content Determination and Determination of Voids Content and...
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27 7.2.1. Apparatus 27 7.2.2. Procedure 28 7.2.3. Calculation 28 7.3. Conclusion 29 References 30 Bibliography 31 APPENIDIX A1:...
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conical mold was used to reach an SSD condition and the sample was later dried in an oven. Sieve analysis determined the...
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