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Figure 1-01 – Dig Area P age 7 Table 1: Summary of Calculations Moisture Content 13.0884 Wet Density 0.2204 kg/m Wet Unit Weight 137.5 lb/ft3 Dry Density 1949 Kg/m3 Dry Unit Weight 121.6 lb/ft3 Table 2: Data from Field Testing Visual Test Fine Grained Organic Smell Test Organic Grittiness Test Clay-Silt Stroke/Shine Test Dry/None Shine Toughness Test Does not roll into 3mm Dry Strength Test Difficult to break P age 8 Unified classification chart Table 3 P age 9 Pictures of hole were soil sample was taken Figure 2-01 – Measurement of un-dug hole Figure 2-02 – Measurement of Topsoil Dug Figure 2-03 – Full Depth Measurement Figure 2-04 – Above Full Depth Measurement P a g e 10 Observations for lab 2 - Coarse soil fraction: 0 coarse found - The vast majority of the soil particles were smaller than ¼” or 6mm, thus classified as a sand..


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