Saltar navegación principal
Normas DIN – AENOR
DIN 19662:2011-08

DIN 19662:2011-08

Soil quality - Field tests - Determination of soil penetration resistance by means of a hand held penetrometer / Note: Date of issue 2011-08-15

Qualité du sol - Études sur terrain - Détermination de la résistance du sol au pénétration par une pénétromètre à la main / Attention: Date de parution 2011-08-15

Bodenbeschaffenheit - Felduntersuchungen - Bestimmung des Eindringwiderstandes von Böden mit dem Handpenetrometer / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2011-08-15

Fecha Anulación:
2012-07 /Withdrawn
Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplazada por: DIN 19662:2012-07

Resumen:
This standard defines an in-situ method for the determination of soil penetration resistance using a hand held penetrometer on selected locations within the investigated site. Due to the low technical effort and promptness of the procedure, as well as the high spatial resolution it provides, the hand held penetrometer is well suited for the identification of homogenic soils, as well as local or areal differences in soil consistency for up up to 2 m in depth. Due to the manifold interdependencies of penetration resistance measurements to the soil's characteristics, the hand held penetrometer is mainly applied for: a) comparative measurements of soils, that can be assumed to have a one-factorial impact; e. g. measurements taken from soils before and after they have been driven on, before and after irrigation, before and after cultivation; b) prospecting geophysical inhomogeneities; e. g. when searching for cohesive layers, gravel underneath loam layers, or when assessing the thickness of skeletal-depleted granular soil on top of bedrock; c) initial ratings of soils after they have been driven on with heavy machinery, as well as assessments of construction sites; d) quality control of artificial soil agglomeration, lawns, and sporting fields; land reclamation with vast amounts of soil, as required in open-cast mining; e) initial rating of stability of soils for their use in flat foundations, as well as stability of embankements and earth walls; f) assessing soil characteristics that correlate with penetration resistance.
Keywords:
Composition of the ground, Definitions, Determination procedures, Device arrangement, Field investigations, Hand-operated devices, Measuring techniques, Penetrant flaw detection, Penetration tests, Penetrometers, Soil surveys, Soils, Test equipment, Testing
47,01
Idioma Formato

Formato digital

Nota: Precios sin IVA ni gastos de envío

Añadir a la cesta