Standard Practice for Making Roller-Compacted Concrete in Cylinder Molds Using a Vibrating Table
|Publication Date:||1 October 2020|
|ICS Code (Concrete and concrete products):||91.100.30|
This practice covers procedures for making cylindrical test specimens from concrete when the standard procedures of rodding and internal vibration, as described in Practice C31/C31M, are not practicable. This practice is applicable to freshly mixed concrete, prepared in the laboratory and the field, having a nominal maximum size aggregate of 50 mm [2 in.] or less. If the nominal maximum size aggregate is larger than 50 mm [2 in.], the practice is applicable only when performed on the fraction passing the 50-mm [2-in.] sieve with the larger aggregate being removed in accordance with Practice C172. This practice, intended for use in testing roller-compacted concrete, may be applicable to testing other types of concrete such as cement-treated aggregate and mixtures similar to soil-cement.
Two methods are provided for making concrete cylinders using a vibrating table:
Method A is a procedure for making test specimens in steel reusable molds attached to a vibrating table.
Method B is a procedure for making test specimens in single-use plastic molds that have been inserted into a metal sleeve attached to a vibrating table.
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