determined by measuring the load required to crush a prepared aggregate sample to give 10 per cent material passing a specified sieve after crushing The procedure described in SABS Method 842 is followed Definition The 10 per cent Fines Aggregate Crushing Value is the force in kN required to crush a sample of 13295mm aggregate so that 10 ... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.
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BS 8121101990 Testing aggregates Methods for The method is not suitable for testing aggregates with an aggregate crushing value higher than 30 and in such cases the method for ten per cent fines value described in BS 812111 is applicable
Mechanical Properties of Aggregates Aggregate Crushing Value Test BS812 part 3 Procedure • The material to be tested should pass a 140 mm 12 in sieve and be retained on a 10 mm 38 in sieve • Dry the sample in an oven at 100110 0 C for four hours • Place the sample in a standard cylindrical mould and tamp it • Put a plunger on the top of the aggregate and place the
To determine the ten percent fine value the aggregate sample is prepared in the same manner as in the case of determining the aggregate crushing value A prepared aggregate sample weighing A is placed in the test apparatus and the load is applied uniformly through a plunger at uniform rate so as to cause total penetrations in 10 minutes
NOTE 1 The ‘aggregate crushing value’ gives a relative measure of the resistance of an aggregate to crushing under a gradually applied compressive load With aggre gate of ‘aggregate crushing value’ 30 or higher the result may be anomalous and in such cases the ‘ten percent fines value’ should be determined instead
The aggregate shall be taken as in the case of crushing strength value test ie the aggregate should pass through 125 mm IS sieve and retained on 10 mm IS sieve It should be oven dried at 100°C to 110°C for four hours and then air cooled before test
Objective Aggregate Crushing Value Test aggregate crushing value test RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGGREGATE CRUSHING VALUE ACV AND TEN PERCENT FINES VALUE TFV FOR NIGERIAN AGGREGATES Article PDF Available January 2011
Ten percent fines value a measure of the resistance of an aggregate to crushing as determined by the ten percent fines test defined in bs 812 now replaced by los angeles test More Bs 8121111990 1990 Testing Aggregates
developed by the US Army Corps of Engineer s in 1949 for concrete and cement aggregates 1 sample and the load appl ied to create 10 fines 38 a percentage aggregate crushing value 43
BS 812 part 110 describes a method to determine the aggregate crushing value ACV which gives a relative measure of the crushing resistance of aggregate under an increasing compressive method is applicable to aggregates passing a 140 mm test sieve and retained on a 100 mm test sieve
The aggregate crushing value gives a relative measure of the resistance of an aggregate to crushing under a gradually applied compressive load With aggregate of aggregate crushing value 30 or higher the result may be anomalous and in such cases the ten percent fines value should be
the aggregate to a degree which is dependent on the aggregate’s crushing resistance This degree is assessed by a sieving test on the crushed specimen The procedure is repeated with various loads to determine the maximum force which generates a given sieve analysis This force is taken as the ten percent fines value TFV 7723 Sampling
“Aggregate Crushing values is a relative resistance of aggregates to crushing under gradually applied compressive load” In situations when aggregate value 30 or higher the result may be a mistake and in such cases the “ten percent fines value” should be determined and used instead
The mean of the crushing value obtained in the two tetsis reported as the aggregate crushing value Determination of Ten Percent Fines Value The ten percent fines value is a measure of resistance of tbe aggregates to the crushing The apparatusand materials used are the same as for tbe standard aggregate crushing test Learn More
Ten percent fines value is a measure of the resistance of aggregate crushing subjected to loading and it is applicable to both weak and strong aggregate Fine aggregates are defined as those passing 236mm sieve The test aims at looking for the forces required to produce 10 of fine values ie weight of fines aggregatesweight of all aggregates 10
Objective Aggregate Crushing Value Test aggregate crushing value test RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGGREGATE CRUSHING VALUE ACV AND TEN PERCENT FINES VALUE TFV FOR NIGERIAN AGGREGATES Article PDF Available January 2011
Procedure The aggregate sample The material for the standard test consists of aggregates sized 100 mm to 125 mm The aggregates must be in surface dry condition before testing The aggregates may be dried by heating at 100 oC – 110 o C for not mor than 4 hours and cooled to room temperature before testing if necessary
The aggregate shall be taken as in the case of crushing strength value test ie the aggregate should pass through 125 mm IS sieve and retained on 10 mm IS sieve It should be oven dried at 100°C to 110°C for four hours and then air cooled before test
Aggregate Crushing Value ACV and Ten Percent Fines Value TFV These tests are a measure of the crushing properties of aggregate and use the same basic equipment The ACV test requires a standard load of 400 kN to be applied over a period of 10 minutes while the TFV test measures the force required to produce a specified depth of plunger
Aggregate crushing Value provides a relative measure of the resistance of an aggregate to crushing under a gradually applied compressive load Ten Percent Fines Value used for testing aggregate smaller than 10 mm Comprises 150 mm or 75mm diameter steel cylinder plunger base plate tamping rod and metal measure
The test aims at looking for the forces required to produce 10 of fine values ie weight of fines aggregatesweight of all aggregates 10 This test is very similar to Aggregate Crushing Test in which a standard force 400kN is applied and fines material expressed as a percentage of the original mass is the aggregate crushing value
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