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Material Testing

by Biswajit Jena
Type: PracticalInstitute: Dhaneswar Rath Institute of Engineering and Management Studies (DRIEMS) Course: B.Tech Specialization: Civil EngineeringDownloads: 9Views: 163Uploaded: 8 months agoAdd to Favourite

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Biswajit Jena
Biswajit Jena
INTRODUCTION TO MATERIAL TESTIG LAB If we believe God has created the world, then we will have to believe the Civil Engineers have built the modern concrete structures around the world. To design any structure, one has to plan and design it. To design a structure, materials are required. INDEX Material Testing Lab (PCCE7209) S.N NAME OF THE EXPERIMENT BRICKS PAGE NO 1 Shape and size test of brick 2 Water absorption test for brick 3 Compressive strength of brick CEMENT 4 Fineness of cement 5 Specific gravity of cement 6 Standard consistency of a given sample by Vicat test 7 Initial and Final setting Time 8 Soundness of cement by Le chatelier test 9 Compressive strength of cement mortar 10 Tensile strength of cement mortar AGGREGATE 11 Fineness modulus of Coarse and Fine aggregate 12 Aggregate Crushing Value of Aggrgate STEEL 13 Compression Test of Steel 14 Tensile Test of Steel DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Page 3
Experiment- 1 SHAPE AND SIZE TEST OF BRICKS AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT: - To determine the shape and size test of bricks. THEORY: The bricks are the most commonly used building material. These are being commonly used for the construction of walls, columns, parapet walls, paving floors, and as coarse aggregate for concrete work in foundations, under-floors etc. At places where stones are not easily available, bricks replace the stones because there is plenty of clay available for the manufacture of bricks. The bricks do not required dressing and the art of laying brick is also simple. At many places the brick work can be carried out with the help of unskilled labours. But the brick should be purely rectangular in shape with corners exactly 90º and should satisfy the ISI recommended size. APPARATUS REQUIRED: (I) Measuring Tape (ii) Thread MATERIALS REQUIRED: - (i) Bricks of same brand and same lot. (20 no’s) PROCEDURE: 1) Randomly select twenty bricks of standard size (190x90x90) mm. 2) These bricks are stacked lengthwise, measure the total length of 20 bricks along length wise. 3) These bricks are stacked widthwise, measure total length of 20 bricks along width wise. 4) These bricks are stacked thickness wise, measure total height of 20 bricks along thickness wise. DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Page 4
OBSERVATION, TABULATION & CALCULATION:Sl.No Length of sample (mm) Width of sample (mm) Height of sample (mm) Permissible limits Measured value Width of sample (mm) 92 Height of sample (mm) 92 Permissible limits Measured value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Sum Permissible limits MODEL CALCULATIONS Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Length of sample (mm) 195 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Page 5

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