|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||wooden box|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/P, T/T, Western Union|
|The Axial Maximum Load:||10kN,20kN,30kN,60kN,||Strain Rate:||0.0024~4.5mm/min Continuously Viable ,Any Adjustments, LCD|
|Ambient Pressure:||0-2MPa±0.1kPa (LCD) NC||Back Pressure And Pore Pressure:||0-2MPa±0.1kPa (LCD) NC Volume Change Tube 0 ~ 50ml, Precision 0.1ml|
|The axial maximum load||10kN,20kN,30kN,60kN,100kN Dynamometer Optional, Also can choose force sensor digital display|
|axial deformation||0-10mm±0.01mm dialgage Also can choose displacement sensor liquid crystal display, Or choose mechanical and electrical communication dial indicator|
|strain rate||0.0024~4.5mm/min continuously viable ,Any adjustments, LCD|
|ambient pressure||0-2MPa±0.1kPa (LCD) NC|
|Back pressure and pore pressure||0-2MPa±0.1kPa (LCD) NC Volume change tube 0 ~ 50ml, precision 0.1ml|
|Sample (confining pressure cylinder)||¢61.8 ¢39.1 ¢101|
|Host, measurement and control system, pressure regulating system, body tube, pressure chamber, constant pressure gauges, pressure regulating valve|
The soil triaxial test is one of the most common testing methods for determining theshear strength of soils. Many different factors affect the shear strength of soils, including the amount of air and water in the soil, so the triaxial test was developed to calculate the shear strength of the soil in many different situations. In a standard triaxial test, aconfining stress is applied to the entire cylindrical specimen and anaxial stress (usually referred to as the deviator stress) is applied to the top of the specimen. The deviator stress is applied using a loading frame, and since this stress is the greatest stress on the specimen, this is the maximum principal stress, denoted σ1. The confining pressure applied to the specimen is used to simulate the horizontal pressure experienced by the soil at the in-situ depth. In a standard triaxial test, this confining pressure causes the intermediate and the minimum principal stresses, denoted σ2 and σ3, to be equal. This is different from a true triaxial test, where σ1, σ2, and σ3 can each be individually controlled.
In addition to determining the shear strength of the soil, the triaxial test is also used to calculate the angle of internal friction and cohesion of the soil, which are two parameters used most often by geotechnical engineers when attempting to calculate the ability of a soil to be used in various applications, such as under a foundation or as backfill for a retaining wall. In addition, the triaxial test is capable of determining the relationship between the stressand the strain on the soil, which is not possible with simpler shear strength tests, such as the Direct Shear Test or theSimple Shear Test.
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