density of crushed rock

  • Aggregate Base Density Data - Earthwork/grading ...

    Jun 09, 2005 · It depends on the gradation of the rock and the compative effort being put into the rock. In the Midwest for a material with some fines, the maximum modified Proctor desity is typically 135 to 140 pcf. If the compaction requirement is 95 percent, the final inplace density would be 128 to 133 pcf. Then of course there is waste...

  • Density of Common Building Materials per Cubic Foot - RF Cafe

    Density of Some Common Building Materials These values for density of some common building materials were collected from sites across the Internet and are generally in agreement with ple sites.

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  • Stone, crushed volume to weight conversion - AquaCalc

    Stone, crushed weighs 1.602 gram per cubic centimeter or 1 602 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of stone, crushed is equal to 1 602 kg/m³. In Imperial or US customary measurement system, the density is equal to 100 pound per cubic foot [lb/ft³], or 0.926 ounce per cubic inch [oz/inch³] .

  • Aggregates in Concrete - University of Washington

    Aggregates in Concrete Concrete Technology 10 Rocks are classified according to origin into three major groups: 1. Natural Mineral Aggregates- Sand, gravel, and crushed rock derived from natural sources. (a) Igneous Rocks -formed on cooling of the magma (molten rock matter). Granite, basalt: hard, tough, strong Excellent aggregates