Soil testing using the dynamic cone penetration
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The Need To Measure Soil Strength
What is DCP testing, and how does it compare to CPT?
A DCP test worksheet is also included that may be copied for your convenience. delineate between layers of frozen and unfrozen soils. Please share the User Guide to the Dynamic Cone Penetrometer with your colleagues.
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The Dynamic Cone Penetration Test provides a measure of a material's The test is performed by driving a metal cone into the ground by repeated striking it with soils the penetration rod may be rotated slightly to prevent binding of the soil.
Description:It is similar to CPT in that a metal cone is advanced into the ground to continuously characterize soil behavior. However, unlike in CPT, where the cone is driven into the ground at a constant rate by varying amounts of force, in DCP, the cone is driven by a standard amount of force from a hammer, and how far the cone moves with each blow is used to determine the soil density and properties at that level. In DCP testing, the pushing force is applied by manually dropping a single or dual mass weight called the hammer from a fixed height onto the push cone unit.