Houston, Texas, The United States – Aug 31, 2021 – Constructionmaterialtesting.com has recently published a page dedicated to the Atterberg limits test. This test is known to determine the moisture contents using which silt and fine-grained clay soils switch between the different states such as semi-solid, solid, liquid, and plastic.
This page is useful for a geotechnical engineer who evaluates soils targeted for supporting structures and other loads to identify their behavior under different moisture conditions and applied forces.
The page itself starts with a YouTube video of 5 minutes 23 seconds, which shows the procedure of measuring the aforementioned limits. At the end, it also reveals the possible errors that one should avoid at the time of measuring the limit.
This is followed by a brief overview of the test method and key values (limits) of moisture content. Then, there is a revelation of a study to share common conclusions. The overall information shared is short but quite useful. In the end of the page, a link to other soil testing methods exists.
According to a spokesperson, “Our mission is to ensure success with our communities, employees, and clients we serve. So, just offering them a specific service, let’s say the soil testing one, does not suffice. It is equally important to inform them about the different methods so that they can take the right decision.”
About Construction Material Testing (CMT)
Construction Material Testing is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm in the domain of engineering, dedicated to making a construction journey easy and smooth. For this purpose, it offers a variety of construction materials as well as services, such as geotechnical and environmental. The specialties include forensic engineering, welding inspection, concrete imaging, and Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) testing and consulting. It also serves by providing diverse information about this field. Right now, it is in news for its recent post on the Atterberg limits test.
For more information, kindly visit https://constructionmaterialtesting.com/soil/atterberg-limits/.
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