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Dec 13, 2008· The material will be excavated from bank but the pay item is compacted fill I'm trying to calculate production knowing the loose volume of my trucks but not the compacted volume I've searched a little and found information to support both of you I realize its a soil specific factor I was just curious what rules of thumb you guys use...

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Jan 06, 2005· I agree with BigH in that the nuke can not be used to measure the density of the clean stone accurately due to the air existing in the voids However, by practice, I found that it can respond to the degree of compaction of the stone, ie, the more the stone is compacted, the higher the density is...

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Calculate #57 Granite Stone | cubic yards / Tons

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Consolidating 3/4 " Gravel - Soil testing engineering ,

Jun 24, 2008· i've seen this on plans before and it turned out to be an unknowing civil drafter sticking "95% compaction" everywhere that had some form of fill/backfill it sounds like the stone is for bedding purpos the contractor should put in the bedding stone, bed his pipe, then backfill with a very thin layer of soil then compact with a jumping jack ....

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