Summary for Test 2021-12-03-39-4

Test performed: CTM 202-November 2011

Project Information

Project IdentifiersProject ID: 212779
DEA: 021H5804
EFIS: 0216000024
DIST-CO-RTE-PM02-PLU-70-58.4/R78.4
Award DateNot set
Closeout DateNot set
Work DescriptionNot set
Location DescriptionNot set
QA Service Level1 (Verified on 01/08/2019)

Sample Information

Sample Taken Date12/03/2021 Sample Unique Key39
Will the laboratory/organization for which you are a member perform testing on this material sample?Yes Date that the sample was received by the laboratory/organization performing the testing12/06/2021
Sample typePreliminary A brief description of the sample1 bag of soil for use in geogrid embankment design
The quantity of what the sample constitutesExisting soil at 02-PLU-70-58.9 From where was the sample collectedJob Site
First name of sampler or witnessed byScott Last name of sampler or witnessed byLewis
Title of samplerEngineering Geologist Telephone number of sampler(530) 225-3516
Laboratory sample identificationD78983 Linked DIME Sample ID
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility nameN/A Transportation Laboratory (TL) Number876433
Inspector Lot Number from the Transportation Laboratory (TL) Form Structure unique identifier
Structure name

Material Information

Material TypeSoil The fabricator's/manufacturer's product name for the sample
The fabricator/manufacturer designation for the sample A detailed description of where the material sample was collected02-PLU-70-58.92 from slope on North side of road, 0 to 0.83 ft. depth
Where the material sample would have been placed if not sampledIn situ

Test Details

DIME Sample ID: 2021-12-03-39
DIME Test ID: 2021-12-03-39-4
Testing Lab: CT D02 - Redding Northern Regional Laboratory
Test Method: CTM 202-November 2011: Method of Test for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates
Test Release Date: 2022-01-20

Test Results


What size aggregate is being tested?: Combined Gradation
Individual or cumulative mass retained on each sieve?: Individual Mass Retained
Has the fine aggregate sample been reduced?: No
For Combined Gradation only, use #40 Sieve?: No
Input Type: Measured
Tester's full name: Karen Rios Dorado
Date of test: 01/08/2022
Total mass of sample prior to washing: no data
Individual mass retained on the 3 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 2 1/2 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 2 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1 1/2 in. sieve: 473 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 3/4 in. sieve: 82 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1/2 in. sieve: 104 grams
Individual mass retained on the 3/8 in. sieve: 125 grams
Individual mass retained on the #4 sieve: 225 grams
Individual mass retained on the #8 sieve: 21.1 grams
Individual mass retained on the #16 sieve: 22.2 grams
Individual mass retained on the #30 sieve: 25.8 grams
Individual mass retained on the #50 sieve: 38.4 grams
Individual mass retained on the #100 sieve: 61.3 grams
Individual mass retained on the #200 sieve: 59.9 grams
Individual mass retained on the pan: 245.1 grams
Cumulative percent passing the 3 in. sieve: 100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 2 1/2 in. sieve: 100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 2 in. sieve: 100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1 1/2 in. sieve: 92 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1 in. sieve: 92 %
Cumulative percent passing the 3/4 in. sieve: 90 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1/2 in. sieve: 88.4 %
Cumulative percent passing the 3/8 in. sieve: 86 %
Cumulative percent passing the #4 sieve: 82 %
Cumulative percent passing the #8 sieve: 78 %
Cumulative percent passing the #16 sieve: 74 %
Cumulative percent passing the #30 sieve: 70 %
Cumulative percent passing the #50 sieve: 63 %
Cumulative percent passing the #100 sieve: 53 %
Cumulative percent passing the #200 sieve: 42.4 %
General comments (publicly viewable) (Max 1000 characters): The presence 1½″ particles in a relatively small sample could cause the percentage of the sample reported passing the coarser sieves to not accurately represent the general population. A few additional or missing large stones can shift the entire gradation up or down proportionately.

Test was verified on 1/20/2022