01-14-2011, 08:56 AM
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Geothecnical Lab: Proctor Compaction Test * (One Point)

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The One Point Spreadsheet© will calculate a field one point result using the Maximum Wet Density / Speedy Moisture method, a standard proctor using the ASTM D698-91 / AASHTO T99 method(s), a modified proctor using the ASTM D1557-91 / AASHTO T180 method(s) or any combination of the three. One Point is SC (South Carolina, EEUU) only. The One Point Spreadsheet will calculate a field one point result using the Maximum Wet Density / Speedy Moisture method, a standard proctor and a modified proctor using the ASTM or AASHTO method(s), or any combination of the three.

Currently your field examinations are accurate to about 80 - 85% due to operator error. Momentarily, your field examinations could be 100% accurate, every time. Registered version includes One Point field examinations, grain size charting, the ability to customize the charts, create pivot tables for in depth analysis, custom chart value feedback.

100% Accurate. Excellent training tool for field technicians. Instant results in the field. Act Now!.

[Notes:]

* Test Type: One Point

This form is set to calculate the values of a one point field examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Speedy Moisture methods only. Enter only the Wet Density and the Speedy values. The plots that will appear are the South Carolina Family of Curves and the location of the preceeding values plot relative to the family of curves. The speedy values are automatically converted to oven moisture figures. Only those values that are exactly on a line will calculate to the data table as seen on the SCDOT Family of Curves chart. Any point that lands between two lines will calculate to the average of the preceeding and subsequent proctor values. All calculations are relative to the SCDOT (South Carolina, Department of Transportation) method of 2%. The conversion chart is not necessary for calculations so is purposely left off of the chart for cleanliness.

* Test Type: Proctor

This form is set to calculate the values of a standard proctor examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.

* Test Type: Dual Proctor

This form is set to calculate the values of a standard proctor examination and a modified proctor examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.

* Test Type: Complete Examination

This form is set to calculate the values of a one point field examination, a standard proctor examination and a modified proctor examination. The One Point values are from the Cylinder compaction and Speedy Moisture methods only. Enter only the Wet Density and the Speedy values. The Standard and Modified proctor values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.The plots that will appear are a combination of the three examinations. The One Point will show the field results, NOT the field values. The speedy values are automatically converted to oven moisture figures. Only those values that are exactly on a line will calculate to the data table as seen on the SCDOT Family of Curves chart. Any point that lands between two lines will calculate to the average of the preceeding and subsequent proctor values. All calculations are relative to the SCDOT method of 2%. The conversion chart is not necessary for calculations so is purposely left off of the chart for cleanliness.

Currently your field examinations are accurate to about 80 - 85% due to operator error. Momentarily, your field examinations could be 100% accurate, every time. Registered version includes One Point field examinations, grain size charting, the ability to customize the charts, create pivot tables for in depth analysis, custom chart value feedback.

100% Accurate. Excellent training tool for field technicians. Instant results in the field. Act Now!.

[Notes:]

* Test Type: One Point

This form is set to calculate the values of a one point field examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Speedy Moisture methods only. Enter only the Wet Density and the Speedy values. The plots that will appear are the South Carolina Family of Curves and the location of the preceeding values plot relative to the family of curves. The speedy values are automatically converted to oven moisture figures. Only those values that are exactly on a line will calculate to the data table as seen on the SCDOT Family of Curves chart. Any point that lands between two lines will calculate to the average of the preceeding and subsequent proctor values. All calculations are relative to the SCDOT (South Carolina, Department of Transportation) method of 2%. The conversion chart is not necessary for calculations so is purposely left off of the chart for cleanliness.

* Test Type: Proctor

This form is set to calculate the values of a standard proctor examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.

* Test Type: Dual Proctor

This form is set to calculate the values of a standard proctor examination and a modified proctor examination. The values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.

* Test Type: Complete Examination

This form is set to calculate the values of a one point field examination, a standard proctor examination and a modified proctor examination. The One Point values are from the Cylinder compaction and Speedy Moisture methods only. Enter only the Wet Density and the Speedy values. The Standard and Modified proctor values are from the Cylinder compaction and Oven drying methods only.The plots that will appear are a combination of the three examinations. The One Point will show the field results, NOT the field values. The speedy values are automatically converted to oven moisture figures. Only those values that are exactly on a line will calculate to the data table as seen on the SCDOT Family of Curves chart. Any point that lands between two lines will calculate to the average of the preceeding and subsequent proctor values. All calculations are relative to the SCDOT method of 2%. The conversion chart is not necessary for calculations so is purposely left off of the chart for cleanliness.

Year: 2011

Program Name: One Point Spreadsheet

Developer/Owner: Frank Pytel

Platform: Windows

No macros to open. Excel 2003 or later

Program Name: One Point Spreadsheet

Developer/Owner: Frank Pytel

Platform: Windows

No macros to open. Excel 2003 or later

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