NEN-EN-ISO 14688-2:2019+NEN 8991:2024 Ontw. nl

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Geotechnical investigation and testing - Identification and classification of soil - Part 2: Principles for a classification
NEN-EN-ISO 14688-2 specifies the basic principles for classification of those material characteristics most commonly used for soils for engineering purposes. It is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 14688-1, which gives rules for the identification and description of soils. The relevant characteristics could vary and therefore, for particular projects or materials, more detailed subdivisions of the descriptive and classification terms could be appropriate. Due to differences in local geological conditions, practices to enhance relevant classification criteria are used. The classification principles established in this document allow soils to be classified into groups of similar composition and geotechnical properties, based on the results of field and laboratory tests with respect to their suitability for geotechnical engineering purposes. This document is applicable to natural soil in situ, natural soil reworked artificially and synthetic materials. A more detailed classification specific to use in earthworks is given in EN 16907-2
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Registration date
2024-06-17
Committee
351006
ICS code
93.020 Earthworks. Excavations. Foundation Construction. Underground Works * 13.080.05 Examination Of Soils In General
Keywords
Soils - Soil science - Soil surveys - Classification systems - Soil mechanics - Research - Civil engineering - Identification

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