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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES

MANILA CAMPUS

FLUID MECHANICS
CE 402
CE41FA1

QUIZ NO.1
FINALS
T-TH 8:00-9:30 PM

SUBMITTED BY:

________________________________

SELDA, JAYLENE D.
1411857

SUBMITTED TO:

ENGR. JUSTO

DATE SUBMITTED:
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
MANILA CAMPUS

FLUID MECHANICS
CE 402
CE41FA1

QUIZ NO. 2
FINALS
T-TH 8:00-9:30 PM

SUBMITTED BY:

________________________________

SELDA, JAYLENE D.
1411857

SUBMITTED TO:

ENGR. JUSTO

DATE SUBMITTED:
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
MANILA CAMPUS

FLUID MECHANICS
CE 402
CE41FA1

FINAL EXAM
T-TH 8:00-9:30 PM

SUBMITTED BY:

________________________________

SELDA, JAYLENE D.
1411857

SUBMITTED TO:

ENGR. JUSTO

DATE SUBMITTED:

I. SHORT DISCUSSION
II. APPARATUS AND MATERIALS
1 - Weighing scale
12 - Cylindrical molds
1 - brush and grease
1 - Measuring tape / ruler
3 - Pail, 1.5kg capacity
1 - Sampling & mixing plate
1 - Scoop
3 - Shovel. 1.5kg capacity
1 - Tamping rods
1 -Trowel
Potable water

III. PROCEDURES
A. Preparation of Samples
1. Prepare the cement, sand and gravel by the proportion of 1:2:4 by volume.
2. Then, prepare the water-cement mixture where the water is 40%-60% by mass of cement plus the moisture
content.
3. Pour and mix the cement, sand and gravel in the mixing plate using shovels.
4. Add water gradually while mixing the sample. Mix it until the standard outcome is achieved.

B. Preparation of Molds
1. Make sure that the cylindrical molds are clean, free of any residue of previous samples.
2. Brush the inside of the cylindrical molder with grease.
3. Place the molds on a level, rigid, horizontal surface, free from vibration and other disturbances.
4. For standard cylinders (6" x 12" (15 cm x 30.5 cm)), 3 layers of approximately equal volume should be used to
fill the mold.
5. Fill the mold with 1/3 sample using a scoop and tamp it 25 times to ensure the distribution of samples.
6. Fill it again with another 1/3 sample and tamp again 25 times.
7. Fully fill the cylindrical mold. Further distribute the concrete by use of a tamping rod prior to consolidation.
8. After consolidation, finish the top surfaces by striking them off with the tamping rod where the consistency of
the concrete permits, or with a wood float or trowel.

C. CURING
1. During the first 24 to 48 hours after molding, all test specimens shall be stored under conditions representative
of the concrete in the structure or pavement. Cure the specimens by putting it under water. Cure the 4
specimens for 28 days, another 4 for 14 days, and last 4 for 7 days.

IV. DATA
MATERIAL VOLUME
Cement
Sand
Gravel

Cement weight –
Amount of water –

V. CONCLUSION

VI. RECOMMENDATION

VII. DOCUMENTATION