Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Value and California Bearing Ratio Relationship
Mainuddin Khan,  Yatendra kumar Arya,  Ashish Kumar Yadav
The sub-base/base thickness of asphalt is represented by the CBR estimation of the sub review soil together with another parameters appreciate traffic intensity, barometrical condition, and so forth. The customary CBR testing technique is costly, time overpowering and its repeatability is low. . Moreover, it's appallingly difficult to shape the example at the required unaltered thickness inside the research center CBR test. Estimations of in-situ thickness are disparaged because of nearby sogginess of surface water permeation and stress discharge while taking out the example. Dynamic cone infiltration test (DCPT) esteem directed inside the field are regularly acclimated appraise the CBR esteem gave a suitable relationship exists amongst CBR and DCPT esteem.
The goal of present work is to decide the relationship between's CBR (California bearing proportion) and DCPT (Dynamic cone entrance test) for different soils e.g Clayey, residue and Sandy Soil. The investigation relates to decide the effect of wet and compaction on relationship amongst's CBR and DCPT esteem. The CBR/DCPT investigate had been performed on the various soil tests at entirely unexpected wet substance for mud its half dozen,9,12,15 % for residue at five,7,9,11,13 % and for sand five, 6,7,8,9,percent This should prompt compaction of soil at very surprising densities. with the goal that the present examination can help with discovering a connection between the DCPT esteem and the CBR.
Keywords- Soil, DCPT, CBR
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Mainuddin Khan,  Yatendra kumar Arya,  Ashish Kumar Yadav,   "Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Value and California Bearing Ratio Relationship"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.8, Issue 2, pp.242-243, April 2020, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2002043.pdf