COMPACTION FACTOR TEST- ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
The compaction factor is defined as the ratio of the mass of compacted concrete in the compaction factor apparatus to the mass of fully compacted concrete. The compaction factor test is used for concrete which have low workability for which slump test is not suitable.
The compacting factor test is performed to ascertain the workability of the concrete. The slump test does not give accurate results for low worability of concrete when slump is<50mm.
The compaction factor test is a workability test for concrete conducted in the laboratory. It was developed by the Road Research Laboratory in the United Kingdom and is used to determine the workability of concrete.
The compaction factor is defined as the ratio of the weight of partially compacted concrete to the weight of fully compacted concrete………………..
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