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Equipment tagged with [undrained shear strength]

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<p>With GEOTECH EVT 2000, Electrical Field Vane Instrument, the undrained and remoulded shear strengths of clays can be measured in situ and the layer sensitivity calculated.<br>The Electrical Vane Test apparatus comes in two models for the down the hole equipment; ...
<p>The field vane test enables the direct measurement of the undrained shear resistance of saturated cohesive soils. It can be carried out either in the field, on the wall or at the bottom of an excavation, or even in a laboratory on a suitably contained specimen.<br ...
The field vane shear test (FVST) is the most widely used method for measuring the undrained shear strength and sensitivity of soft clays in-situ. FVST is a more economic method than for example CPT as its operation does not reuire a drilling rig or highly ...
<p>The H-60 Field Inspection Vane Tester enables quick and easy determination of the undrained shear strength of clay. The equipment, that may be carried in a briefcase, is lightweight, and thus a useful tool to provide a rapid check of the stability of foundations, ...
The field vane shear test (FVST) is the most commonly used method for measuring the undrained shear strength of soft to stiff clays. For this reason a preliminary investigation of soft clayes with a hand held tester is both economic and fully relevant. The ...
<p>The Geonor H-60 hand-held vane tester is a fully professional instrument for preliminary FVST investigations. Each unit is delivered with its individual calibration certificate. The authentic Geonor H-60 was originally developed in 1966 by the Norwegian ...
The Geonor H-70 field inspection vane tester was originally developed in Norway for the special task of preliminary investigations in soft clays without preboring. It is a comparatively low cost still fully professional instrument. The Geonor H-70 allows for ...
The laboratory vane apparatus is based on a original concept of the Transport and Road Research Laboratory of the United Kingdom. It can be provided with a wide range of vane sizes, although as standard, it is sold with the 12.7 mm square vane and a set of ...
Specifications: Consists of a torque head adjustable in height by means of a lead screw rotated by a drive wheel to enable the vane to be lowered into the specimen. Rotating of the vane is by means of a hand wheel which operates a worm gear arrangement during ...
This instrument is used to estimate approximate unconfined compressive strength and the estimation for shear strength of soil. Cohesive soils can be calssified in terms of consistency using this penotrometer. This is a handy and convenient instrument