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SIEVE ANALYSIS

Sieve analysis helps to determine the particle size distribution of the coarse and fine

aggregates. This is done by sieving the aggregates as per IS: 2386 (Part I) 1963. In

this we use different sieves as standardized by the IS code and then pass aggregates

through them and thus collect different sized particles left over different sieves.

The apparatus used are i) A set of IS Sieves of sizes 80mm, 63mm, 50mm, 40mm,31.5mm, 25mm, 20mm,

16mm, 12.5mm, 10mm, 6.3mm,4.75mm, 3.35mm, 2.36mm, 1.18mm, 600m, 300m,

150m and 75m.

ii) Balance or scale with an accuracy to measure 0.1 percent of the weight of the test

sample.

The weight of sample available should not be less than the weight given below:-

proportions (mm)

63

100

50

100

40

50

25

50

20

25

16

25

12.5

12

10

6.3

The sample for sieving should be prepared from the larger sample either by quartering

or by means of a sample divider.

i) The test sample is dried to a constant weight at a temperature of 110 + 5oC and

weighed.

ii) The sample is sieved by using a set of IS Sieves.

iii) On completion of sieving, the material on each sieve is weighed.

iv) Cumulative weight passing through each sieve is calculated as a percentage of the

total sample weight.

on each sieve and dividing the sum by 100.

Reporting of Results

The results should be calculated and reported as:

i) the cumulative percentage by weight of the total sample

ii) the percentage by weight of the total sample passing through one sieve and retained

on the next smaller sieve, to the nearest 0.1 percent. The results of the sieve analysis

may be recorded graphically on a semi-log graph with particle size as abscissa (log

scale) and the percentage smaller than the specified diameter as ordinate.

WATER ABSORPTION

This test helps to determine the water absorption of coarse aggregates as per IS: 2386

(Part III) 1963. For this test a sample not less than 2000g should be used. The

apparatus used for this test are :Wire basket perforated, electroplated or plastic coated with wire hangers for

suspending it from the balance, Water-tight container for suspending the basket, Dry

soft absorbent cloth 75cm x 45cm (2 nos.), Shallow tray of minimum 650 sq.cm area,

Air-tight container of a capacity similar to the basket and Oven.

Procedure to determine water absorption of Aggregates.

i) The sample should be thoroughly washed to remove finer particles and dust, drained

and then placed in the wire basket and immersed in distilled water at a temperature

between 22 and 32oC.

ii) After immersion, the entrapped air should be removed by lifting the basket and

allowing it to drop 25 times in 25 seconds. The basket and sample should remain

immersed for a period of 24 + hrs afterwards.

iii) The basket and aggregates should then be removed from the water, allowed to drain

for a few minutes, after which the aggregates should be gently emptied from the basket

on to one of the dry clothes and gently surface-dried with the cloth,transferring it to a

second dry cloth when the first would remove no further moisture.The aggregates should

be spread on the second cloth and exposed to the atmosphere away from direct sunlight

till it appears to be completely surface-dry.The aggregates should be weighed (Weight

A).

iv) The aggregates should then be placed in an oven at a temperature of 100 to 110oC

for 24hrs. It should then be removed from the oven, cooled and weighed (Weight B).

Two such tests should be done and the individual and mean results should be reported.

A sample Performa for the record of the test is

AGGREGATE IMPACT VALUE

This test is done to determine the aggregate impact value of coarse aggregates as per

IS: 2386 (Part IV) 1963. The apparatus used for determining aggregate impact value

of coarse aggregates is

Impact testing machine conforming to IS: 2386 (Part IV)- 1963,IS Sieves of sizes

12.5mm, 10mm and 2.36mm, A cylindrical metal measure of 75mm dia. and 50mm

depth, A tamping rod of 10mm circular cross section and 230mm length, rounded at one

end and Oven.

Preparation of Sample

i) The test sample should conform to the following grading:

- Passing through 12.5mm IS Sieve 100%

- Retention on 10mm IS Sieve 100%

ii) The sample should be oven-dried for 4hrs. at a temperature of 100 to 110oC and

cooled.

iii) The measure should be about one-third full with the prepared aggregates and tamped

with 25 strokes of the tamping rod.

strokes given. The measure should finally be filled to overflow, tamped 25 times and the

surplus aggregates struck off, using a tamping rod as a straight edge. The net weight of

the aggregates in the measure should be determined to the nearest gram (Weight A).

i) The cup of the impact testing machine should be fixed firmly in position on the base of

the machine and the whole of the test sample placed in it and compacted by 25 strokes

of the tamping rod.

ii) The hammer should be raised to 380mm above the upper surface of the aggregates in

the cup and allowed to fall freely onto the aggregates. The test sample should be

subjected to a total of 15 such blows, each being delivered at an interval of not less than

one second.

Reporting of Results

i) The sample should be removed and sieved through a 2.36mm IS Sieve. The fraction

passing through should be weighed (Weight B). The fraction retained on the sieve

should also be weighed (Weight C) and if the total weight (B+C) is less than the initial

weight (A) by more than one gram, the result should be discarded and a fresh test done.

ii) The ratio of the weight of the fines formed to the total sample weight should be

expressed as a percentage.

Aggregate impact value = (B/A) x 100%

iii) Two such tests should be carried out and the mean of the results should be reported.

AGGREGATE ABRASION VALUE

This test helps to determine the abrasion value of coarse aggregates as per IS: 2386

(Part IV) 1963.

The apparatus used in this test are Los Angles abrasion testing machine, IS Sieve of size

1.7mm, Abrasive charge 12 nos. cast iron or steel spheres approximately 48mm dia.

and each weighing between 390 and 445g ensuring that the total weight of charge is

5000 +25g and Oven.

Sample Preparation

The test sample should consist of clean aggregates which has been dried in an oven at

105 to 110oC to a substantially constant weight and should conform to one of the

grading shown in the table below:

Passing

Retained

through(mm)

on (mm)

80

A

63

--

--

--

--

2500

--

--

63

50

--

--

--

--

2500

--

--

50

40

--

--

--

--

5000

5000

40

25

1250

--

--

--

--

5000

5000

25

20

1250

--

--

--

--

--

5000

20

12.5

1250

1250

--

--

--

--

--

12.5

10

1250

1250

--

--

--

--

--

10

6.3

--

--

1250

--

--

--

--

6.3

4.75

--

--

1250

--

--

--

--

4.75

2.36

--

--

--

5000

--

--

--

The test sample and the abrasive charge should be placed in the Los Angles abrasion

testing machine and the machine rotated at a speed of 20 to 33 revolutions/minute for

1000 revolutions. At the completion of the test, the material should be discharged and

sieved through 1.70mm IS Sieve.

Reporting of Results

i) The material coarser than 1.70mm IS Sieve should be washed, dried in an oven at a

temperature of 100 to 110oC to a constant weight and weighed (Weight B).

ii) The proportion of loss between weight A and weight B of the test sample should be

expressed as a percentage of the original weight of the test sample. This value should be

reported as,

Aggregate abrasion value = (A-B)/B x 100%.

AGGREGATE CRUSHING VALUE

This test helps to determine the aggregate crushing value of coarse aggregates as per

IS: 2386 (Part IV) 1963. The apparatus used is Cylindrical measure and plunger,

Compression testing machine, IS Sieves of sizes 12.5mm, 10mm and 2.36mm

Procedure to determine Aggregate Crushing Value

i) The aggregates passing through 12.5mm and retained on 10mm IS Sieve are ovendried at a temperature of 100 to 110oC for 3 to 4hrs.

ii) The cylinder of the apparatus is filled in 3 layers, each layer tamped with 25 strokes of

a tamping rod.

iii) The weight of aggregates is measured (Weight A).

iv) The surface of the aggregates is then levelled and the plunger inserted. The

apparatus is then placed in the compression testing machine and loaded at a uniform

rate so as to achieve 40t load in 10 minutes. After this, the load is released.

v) The sample is then sieved through a 2.36mm IS Sieve and the fraction passing

through the sieve is weighed (Weight B).

vi) Two tests should be conducted.

Aggregate crushing value = (B/A) x 100%.

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