Summary for Test 2016-11-09-6-2

Test performed: ASTM C109-11

Project Information

Project IdentifiersProject ID: 88888
Award DateNot set
Closeout DateNot set
Work DescriptionSpecial project for SMTL stock material. Object Code: 1025. J2 DEA: 912680.
Location DescriptionNot set

Sample Information

Sample Taken Date11/09/2016 Sample Unique Key6
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 testing11/09/2016
Sample typeAnnual Source Testing A brief description of the sampleUnknown
The quantity of what the sample constitutes1 Bucket From where was the sample collectedSource
First name of sampler or witnessed byUnknown Last name of sampler or witnessed byUnknown
Title of samplerUnknown Telephone number of samplerUnknown
Laboratory sample identificationCM165640 Linked DIME Sample IDUnknown
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility nameMitsubishi Transportation Laboratory (TL) NumberUnknown
Inspector Lot Number from the Transportation Laboratory (TL) FormUnknown Structure unique identifierNot set
Structure nameNot set

Material Information

Material TypeCementitious BrandMitsubishi
MillCushenbury Type of Cementitious MaterialType II/V Cement

Test Details

DIME Sample ID: 2016-11-09-6
DIME Test ID: 2016-11-09-6-2
Testing Lab: CT HQ - Sacramento Cement Testing Laboratory
Test Method: ASTM C109-11: Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. or [50mm] Cube Specimens)
Test Release Date: 2019-03-20

Test Results

Will control cubes be used per ASTM C311?: no
Input Type: Measured
Tester's full name: timothy omalley
Date of test: 11/17/2016
Age of specimen: 3 days
The amount of flow (In percent): no data %
The amount of water used (In percent): 49 %
Maximum load of 1st specimen (lb): 13232 lb
Maximum load of 2nd specimen (lb): 14289 lb
Maximum load of 3rd specimen (lb): 12237 lb
Cross sectional area loaded of 1st specimen (sq. inch): 4 in^2
Cross sectional area loaded of 2nd specimen (sq. inch): 4 in^2
Cross sectional area loaded of 3rd specimen (sq. inch): 4 in^2
Compressive strength of 1st specimen (psi): 3308 psi
Compressive strength of 2nd specimen (psi): 3572.25 psi
Compressive strength of 3rd specimen (psi): 3059.25 psi
Average Compressive strength (to nearest 10 psi): 3310 psi
General comments (publicly viewable) (Max 1000 characters): 3 day break

Test was verified on 3/20/2019