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# Course Code DAC 20801

Course Name
MATERIAL AND STRUCTURE
LABORATORY
Experiment Title
SIEVE ANALYSIS OF COARSE
AGGREGATE
CENTER FOR DIPLOMA STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
MATERIAL LABORATORY
LABORATORY WORKSHEET
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SIEVE ANALYSIS OF COARSE AGGREGATE
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1.0 OBJECTIVE
1.1 To obtain grading curve of coarse aggregate
2.0 MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT
2.1 EQUIPMENT 2.2 MATERIAL
i) Electronic Balance i) 10kg of coarse aggregate
ii) Standard sieves
iii) Mechanical sieve shaker
3.0 PROCEDURE
3.1) Prepare 10kg of coarse aggregate sample
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3.2) Reduce the sample weight to 2kg using reffle- box.
3.3) Place the aggregate sample in mechanical shaker which shaker which
arranged according to size.
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3.4) Sieve the sample by using mechanical shaker for 5 minute.
3.5) Weight the aggregate retained for each sieve plate size and properly record the
data.
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3.6) Plot grading curve from test result.
3.7) By reffering to the standard, determine the suitability of the tested coarse
aggregate as a concrete material. State all the related references.

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Result Sheet Material no
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Wet mass of sample used g
Sieve size according Mass PercentagePercentage Passing of
British Standard Retain Retain Cumulative Cumulative Note
(g) (%) Retain Percentage
37.5 mm
20.0 mm
14.0 mm
10.0 mm
5.0 mm
PAN
Total
37.5 100
20.0 100 94
10.0 60 30
5.0 10 0
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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CENTER FOR DIPLOMA STUDIES
MATERIAL LABORATORY
FULL REPORT
Course Code
DAC 20801
Course Name
MATERIAL AND STRUCTURE LABORATORY
Experiment Title
SIEVE ANALYSIS OF COARSE AGGREGATE
Date
Group
Name
Members of Group
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lecturer/Instructor/Tutor
Cr iter ia 1 2 3 4 5 SCR VT TSCR(X)
Attendance
&
Discipl ine
(A2)
Student in laboratory more
than 1 hour late
Student inlaboratorywithin30
minutes to 1 hour late
Studentinlaboratorywithin10to
30 minutes late
Student in laboratory just
before laboratory start
Student inlaboratory10minutes
earlier
1
Aim &
Purpose
(C3)
Purpose is not identified
Relevant variables are not
described
Purpose is somewhat vague
Relevant variables are not
described
Purpose is identified
Relevant variables are
described in somewhat unclear
Purpose is identified
Relevant variables are
described
Purpose is clearly identified
Relevant variables are described 1
Materials
(optional)
(P3)
There is nota listof the
necessary lab materials
Most lab materials included All necessary lab materials
included but not listed in any
All necessary lab materials
included and listed
All necessary lab materials
included and listed in an organized 2
Procedure
(P3)
Procedures are not listed Procedures are listed but not in
clear steps
Procedures are listed in clear
steps but not numbered and/or
in complete sentences
Procedures are listed in clear
steps
Each step is numbered and in
a complete sentence
Procedures are listed in clear
steps
Eachstepis numberedand ina
complete sentence
Diagrams are included to describe
4
Data (P3)
Data is not represented or is
not accurate
Data lacks precision
Greater than 20%; difference
with accepted values
Good representation of the
data using tables and tor graphs
Less than 15% difference with
accepted values
Precision is acceptable
Accurate representation of
the data using tables and/or
graphs
Data is fairly precise
Less than 10?% difference with
accepted value
Accurate representationof the a
using tables and/or graphs
Graphs and tables are labeled and
data is precise with less than 5%
difference with accepted values
4
Anal jsis /
Result (C3)
Trends / patterns are not
analyzed
Analysis is not relevant
Trends / patterns are not
analyzed
incomplete
Analysis is inconsistent
Trends /patterns are logically
analyzed for the most part
complete sentences
Analysis is general
Trends / patterns are logically
analyzed
complete sentences
Analysis is thoughtful
Tends / patterns are logically
analyzed
thoroughly and in complete
sentences
4
Discussion
(C3)
No discussion was included or
shows little effort and
reflection on the lab
A statement of the results is
incomplete with little reflection
on the lab
A statement of the results of
the lab indicates whether
results supportthe hypothesis
Accurate statement of the
results of the lab indicates
whether results supportthe
hypothesis
Possible sources of error
identified
Accurate statement of the results of
lab indicates whether results
support hypothesis Possible
sources of error and twas learned
fromthe lab discussed
2
Par ticipation
(during
experiment
(A2)
participating
Participation was minimal Didthe jobbutdid notappear to
be very interested. Focus lost
on several occasion
Usedtimeprettywell. Stayed
focused on the experiment
most of the time
Showedinterest, usedtime verywell,
guide other students and very
focusedonexperiment
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Inter view
(C3)
experiment
experiment
and begins to make
connections between the
experiment and its applications
The studentcan explain the
results of the experiment in
detail andthe ways inwhichthey
relate to the research focus
The student can explain the results of
the experimentin detail and the ways
in which they relate to the research
focus. The student can also evaluate
the significance of the experiment to
the real situation
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