NZS 4402.4.1.2:1986 Methods of testing soils for civil engineering purposes - Soil compaction tests - Determination of the dry density/water content relationship - Test 4.1.2 New Zealand heavy compaction test

Abbreviation
NZS 4402.4.1.2:1986
Valid from
31/12/1985

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Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF

Description

Covers the determination of dry density when the soil passing a 19.0 mm test sieve is compacted in a specified manner, over a range of water contents, including that which gives the maximum dry density. Compactive effort is greater than in Test 4.1.1. To be read in conjunction with Part 1.

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NZS 4402.4.1.2:1986 Methods of testing soils for civil engineering purposes - Soil compaction tests - Determination of the dry density/water content relationship - Test 4.1.2 New Zealand heavy compaction test

Description

Covers the determination of dry density when the soil passing a 19.0 mm test sieve is compacted in a specified manner, over a range of water contents, including that which gives the maximum dry density. Compactive effort is greater than in Test 4.1.1. To be read in conjunction with Part 1.

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NZS 4402.4.1.2:1986 Methods of testing soils for civil engineering purposes - Soil compaction tests - Determination of the dry density/water content relationship - Test 4.1.2 New Zealand heavy compaction test
Description

Covers the determination of dry density when the soil passing a 19.0 mm test sieve is compacted in a specified manner, over a range of water contents, including that which gives the maximum dry density. Compactive effort is greater than in Test 4.1.1. To be read in conjunction with Part 1.

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NZS 4402.4.1.2:1986 Methods of testing soils for civil engineering purposes - Soil compaction tests - Determination of the dry density/water content relationship - Test 4.1.2 New Zealand heavy compaction test

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