Ductility Test of bitumen IS 1208:1978

Determine Ductility of distillation residue of cutback bitumen, blown type bitumen and other bituminous products

Test procedure for Ductility test of bitumen, blown type bitumen and other bituminous products. TEST STANDARD: IS 1208:1978, Reaffirmed 2009 Ductility is the ability of a material to undergo a visible enduring deformation through elongation (decreasing of cross section area). Ductility is a physical property of bitumen, associated with the ability to be hammered thin …

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DRYING SHRINKAGE OF CEMENT IS 4031 part 10

drying shrinkage

DETERMINATION OF DRYING SHRINKAGE OF HYDRUALIC CEMENT Drying shrinkage is defined as the contracting of a hardened concrete due to the loss of capillary water. Drying shrinkage occurs when water starts evaporating from the exposed surface . Due to this drying shrinkage, cracks are noticed on the surface of cement concrete. TEST STANDARD: IS 4031-Part …

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Grain size analysis (GSA)of soil IS 2720-Part 4

Grain size analysis (GSA)of soil IS IS 2720-Part 4

To determine the grain size analysis of soil (Wet analysis) TEST STANDARD: IS 2720-Part 4:1985 APPARATUS: Weighing balance of accuracy 0.1gm IS Sieves of 100mm, 75mm, 19mm, 4.75mm, 2mm, 425microns and 75microns Sieve brush Hot air oven, GI tray, Sodium hydroxide and sodium carbonate. PROCEDURE FOR GRAIN SIZE ANALYSIS The soil sample received from the …

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Specific gravity test of bitumen IS 1202

specific gravity of bitumen

DETERMINATION OF SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF BITUMEN Test Standard : IS 1202: 1978 Test Apparatus : Specific gravity bottle wide mouthed 50ml Water bath (Constant temperature) Distilled water Beaker and Glass funnel Hot plate Test Procedure for specific gravity of bitumen Clean, dry and weigh specific gravity bottle with stopper. Fill it with freshly boiled and …

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