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Flakiness & Elongation Index

Flakiness & Elongation Index

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Isuis— s pe BS 812Deemii f Fiess Ide & Egi IdeGis Mdes HM-925 & HM-926
I. DEtErMInatIon oF FlakInESS InDEx(tHIcknESS)
a. Gee:
This method is based on the classicationo aggregate particles as faky when they have athickness (smallest dimension) o less than 0.6 otheir nominal size, this size being taken as the meano the limiting sieve apertures used or determiningthe size raction in which the particle occurs. Thefakiness Index o an aggregate sample is ound byseparating the faky particles and expressing theirmass as a percentage o the mass o the sampletested. The test is not applicable to material passinga 6.30 mm BS test sieve or retained on a 63.0 mmBS test sieve.
B. appus:
The ollowing apparatus is required.1. A metal thickness gauge o the pattern shown inFigure 5 or special sieves having elongated aper-tures. The width o the apertures and the thicknesso the sheet used in the gauge or sieve shall be asspecied in Figure 5.2. BS test sieves as shown in Table 9 as appro-priate.3. A balance accurate to 0.5% o mass o the testsample.
c. Smpe f es:
The sample or this test shall betaken in accordance with BS 812. It shall comply withthe appropriate minimum mass, or sieve analysiswith due allowance or 63.0 mm BS test sieve andpassing a 6.30 mm BS test sieve. The sample shallbe taken rom the laboratory sample by quartering orby means o a sample divider. Beore testing it shallbe brought to a dry condition by standard methods.
D. Pedue:
Carry out a sieve analysis using thesieves given in Table 9.
Figue 5 – HM-925 thiess Guge (Fiess Ide)1.5mm See Shee red ve  8mm dimee b.
These sizes marked on gauge
Operating Instructions
HM-925 Fiess IdeHM-926 Egi Ide
PHONE: 800-444-1508 P.O. Box 200, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035-0200 FAX: 800-255-5314740-548-7298 Email: customerservice@gilsonco.com Website: www.globalgilson.com 740-548-5314
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tbe 9. Dimesis f thiess d legh Guges
Aggregate Size-ractionBS Test Sieve Nominal Thickness Gauge* Length Gauge MinimumAperture Size Mass or100% Passing 100% Retained Width o Slot Gap between Pins Subdivisionmm mm mm mm kg63.0 50.0 33.9 ± 0.3 5050.0 37.5 26.3 ± 0.3 78.7 ± 0.3 3537.5 28.0 19.7 ± 0.3 59.0 ± 0.3 1528.0 20.0 14.4 ± 0.15 43.2 ± 0.3 520.0 14.0 10.2 ± 0.15 30.6 ± 0.3 214.0 10.0 7.2 ± 0.1 21.6 ± 0.2 110.0 6.30 4.9 ± 0.1 14.7 ± 0.2 0.5Discard all aggregate retained on the 63.0 mm BStest sieve and all aggregate passing the 6.30 mm BStest sieve.Then weigh each o the individual size-ractions re-tained on the sieves, other than the 63 mm BS testsieve, and store them in separate trays with theirsize marked on the trays.Where the number o particles in any size ractionis considered to be excessive i.e. more than theappropriate mass given in Table 9, the raction maybe subdivided by standard methods. Under suchcircumstances the rest o the procedure should besuitably modied, and the appropriate correctionactor applied to determine the mass o faky particlesthat would have been obtained had the whole o theoriginal size-raction been gauged.From the sums o the masses o the ractions inthe trays (M
), calculate the individual percentageretained on each o the various sieves. Discard anyraction o which the mass is 5% or less o mass M
.Record the mass remaining (M
). Gauge each raction by one o these procedures:1. Using the gauge: Select the thickness gauge ap-propriate to the size-raction under test (see Table9) and gauge each particle separately by handor 2. Using the special sieves: Select the special sieveappropriate or the size-raction under test. Placethe whole o the size-raction into the sieve whichshall then be shaken until the majority o fakyparticles have passed through the slots. The gaugethe particles retained individually by hand.Combine and weigh all the particles passing thegauges or special sieves (M
E. cuig & repig (Fiess Ide):
TheFlakiness Index shall be reported to the nearestwhole number. The sieve analysis obtained in thetest shall also be reported.Flakiness =
II. DEtErMInatIon oF ElonGatIon InDEx(lEnGtH)a. Gee:
This method is based on theclassication o aggregate particles as elongatedwhen they have a length (greatest dimension) omore than 1.8 o their nominal size, this size beingtaken as the mean o the limiting sieve aperturesused or determining the size-raction in which theparticle occurs.The Elongation Index o an aggregate sample isound by separating the elongated particles andexpressing their mass as a percentage o the masso the sample tested. The test is not applicable tomaterial passing a 6.30 mm BS test sieve or retainedon a 50.0 mm BS test sieve.
B. appus:
The ollowing apparatus is required.1. A metal length gauge o the pattern shown inM
x 100M
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