Experimental Study of Laboratory Compaction and Sand Cone on Foundation Tub Soil
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Meti, Tri Harianto, Abdul Rachman Djamaluddin, Achmad Bakri Muhiddin, "Experimental Study of Laboratory Compaction and Sand Cone on Foundation Tub Soil," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 69, no. 6, pp. 1-7, 2021. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I6P201
Soil is a very important material, so it must be able to support the load on it, so the soil must have a good enough soil carrying capacity. In this study, soil compaction was compared to the method of compaction of laboratories with sand cone methods. The purpose of this study is to know the characteristics of the soil and know the comparison of laboratory compaction with the compaction of the shell in the foundation tub. The soil is taken from the same point for the proctor test and sand cone test. These test results are used in foundation model testing. Testing of characteristics in the laboratory: moisture content, density, consistency limits (LL, PL), sift analysis, hydrometer, laboratory compaction, and shelling. The results found that the soil type based on AASHTO classification is A-7-5, and soil classification based on Unifield Soil Classification System (USCS) is MH. Laboratory compaction (Proctor Test) water content averages 32.26%, maximum ?d 1,33 g/cm³, and compaction test sand cone, soil without foundation 0f 1,36 g/cm³, vertically arranged tire foundation of 1,36 g/cm³, horizontally arranged tire foundation of 1,36 g/cm³.
Evaluation, Experiment, Laboratory Compaction, Sand Cone, Soil.
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