NEN-EN-ISO 22476-4:2005 Ontw. en

Geotechnisch ondezoek en beproeving - Veldproeven - Deel 4: Ménard pressiometerproef

  • Deze norm is ingetrokken sinds 10-12-2012


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Status Ingetrokken
Aantal pagina's 69
Gepubliceerd op 01-07-2005
Taal Engels
This document deals with field testing using Ménard pressermeter test as part of geotechnical investigation and testing according to EN 1997-1 and EN 1997-2. The present document describes the procedure for conducting a Ménard pressuremeter test in natural soils, treated or untreated fills and in very hard soils, or soft rocks, either on land or off-shore. The Ménard pressuremeter test is performed by the radial expansion of a tricell probe placed in the ground (see Figure 1). During the injection of the liquid volume in the probe, the inflation of the three cells first brings the outer cover of the probe into contact with the borehole walls and then presses on them resulting in a soil displacement. Pressure applied to, and the associated volume expansion of the probe are measured and recorded so as to obtain the stress-strain relationship of the soil as tested. This Standard refers to a probe historically described as the 60 mm G type probe. This standard applies to test depths limited to 50 m and test pressure limited to 5 MPa.


ICS-code 93.020
Nederlandse titel Geotechnisch ondezoek en beproeving - Veldproeven - Deel 4: Ménard pressiometerproef
Engelse titel Geotechnical investigation and testing - Field testing - Part 4: Menard pressuremeter test
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