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Frictional characteristics of sand and sand-deicer mixtures on bare ice

M. Makbul Hossain

Frictional characteristics of sand and sand-deicer mixtures on bare ice

by M. Makbul Hossain

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Published by Transportation Research and Development Bureau, New York State Dept. of Transportation in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deicing chemicals.,
  • Sand.,
  • Roads -- Snow and ice control.,
  • Pavements -- Skid resistance.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. Makbul Hossain, Peter Bajorski, Wei-Shih Yang.
    SeriesSpecial report / New York State Dept. of Transportation, Transportation Research and Development Bureau -- 123, Special report (New York (State). Transportation Research and Development Bureau) -- 123.
    ContributionsBajorski, Peter., Yang, Wei-shih, 1954-, New York (State). Transportation Research and Development Bureau
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22260560M

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Frictional characteristics of sand and sand-deicer mixtures on bare ice by M. Makbul Hossain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Frictional characteristics of sand and sand-deicer mixtures on bare ice. Albany, N.Y.: Transportation Research and Development Bureau, New York State Dept. of Transportation, [] (OCoLC) FRICTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SAND AND SAND-DEICER MIXTURES ON BARE ICE. Frictional characteristics of sand and sand-deicer mixtures were investigated as functions of temperature, gradation, and application rate.

Results of a laboratory cold-room study in which sliding friction was measured with a British pendulum tester are described. Then the students place ice along one side of the pan, stacking it about four inches high. The sand represents the land and the ice represents the glacier.

The students predict what will happen when the ice moves. Students use their hands to push, pull, and drag the ice across the sand to. Put just enough liquid deicer on the sand to melt a small amount of ice under the grit, creating a thin layer of moisture that refreezes quickly to help hold the sand or grit in place.

In this situation, the use of as little as 25 pounds of active ingredients or less, depending on temperatures and the liquid deicer being used, could do the job.

These results simply that frictional characteristics of calcareous sands are not significantly influenced by grain crushing effects at high stress levels and are therefore not responsible for the low frictional load capacity of piles.

Mobilization of very low lateral stresses against the pile appears to Author: R.N. Dutt, E.H. Doyle, S. Nandlal, W.B. Ingram. Due to its physical and chemical characteristics sand is mainly used in the construction and glass industry. The analytical evaluation of the chemical composition and therefore the aptness for the intended uses make the comminution of quartz sand a prerequisite.

FRITSCH offers a. Sand-salt mixtures help keep the sand from freezing. A mixture, 10 parts sand to one part salt, is usually more than sufficient to prevent freezing.

Mixtures with sufficient salt will melt ice and snowpack. Sand melts no snow or ice. The amount of melting depends File Size: KB. De-Konin-JJ, De-Groot-G, Van-Ingen-Schenau-GJ.

"Ice friction during speed skating." Journal of Biomechan 6. (June ): "Special skates were developed and used to measure the ice frictional forces during actual speed skating. The mean coefficients of friction for the straights and curves were, respectively, and " 0. What is Foundry Sand.

• Foundry sand is a high-quality uniform silica sand that is used to make molds and cores for ferrous and nonferrous metal castings. • Foundry sands typically comprise of >80% high-quality silica sand, % bentoniteclay, 2 to 5% water and less than 5% sea Size: KB.

Introduction. The application of sand (abrasives) is a common method to improve traction on snow or ice covered roads and runways. A review of sand properties relevant for airport applications is given by Comfort and g, however, does not always increase the level of by:   This study evaluated the effects of physical characteristics and geologic factors on the shear strength of compacted sands from Wisconsin that are used as granular backfill for mechanically stabilized earth walls and reinforced soil slopes.

Definition: Sand is a mixture of small grains of rock and granular materials which is mainly defined by size, being finer than gravel and coarser than silt.

And ranging in size from mm to 2 les which are larger than mm but smaller than mm are termed silt. Sand is made by erosion or broken pebbles and weathering of rocks, which is carried by seas or rivers. Properties of Molding Material Dry Strength - ` It is the strength of the molding sand in dry conditions.

` When the molten metal is poured in the mold, the sand around the mold cavity is quickly converted into dry sand as the moisture in the sand evaporates due to the heat of the molten metal.

` At this stage the molding sand must posses the sufficient strength to retain the exact shape of File Size: 2MB. Sliding friction was measured for a rubber-faced slider for each sand type at a temperature of –10°C on three prepared surfaces: bare ice, loose sanded ice and ice with sand frozen found.

The purpose of this research was to determine the frictional characteristics of various bedrocks and construction materials against sand under cyclic loading. Laboratory testing was conducted using a direct shear device which cyclically strained the sand-material interface.

This rate is equivalent to field application of kg of sand per lane-km. Friction was achieved by generating a bond between sand and ice by using a low-concentration brine ( percent by weight).

Sand and Ice Unless it's at a higher temperature that the ice, it does not. Sand lays on top of ice and allows shoes and tires more traction than bare ice, but it won't melt it unless it has some. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Snow consists of ice particles that are formed by deposition of water vapor on ice-forming nuclei. It precipitates as granular material, though usually as agglomerates of ice particles, but it easily sinters under pressure, creating solid, porous structure of ice, air, and water vapor.

The coefficient of friction, particularly of ice frictional heating. If this is the case, some composition melting a little above ambient temperatures might provide a skating rink that did not require conditions [4], snow and ice then behaving more like sand. TheoryCited by: 9.

Small-scale laboratory tests were performed on sanded ice. Four standard sands, as specified by various regulatory agencies, were tested. Sliding friction was measured for a rubber-faced slider for each sand type at a temperature of –10°C on three prepared surfaces: bare ice, loose sanded ice and ice with sand Cited by: 4.

Abstract. To investigate the influence of proportion of sand as well as its gradation on the undrained strength behavior of soils, undrained tests on statically compacted specimens of clay–sand mixtures were carried, with two extreme clay minerals, namely commercially available kaolinite and bentonite mixed with specimens of three grades of sand fractions, and also varying their proportion Cited by: 3.

This is great for sand castle building, and also, it turns out, for sand transportation. Writing in Physical Review Letters, Daniel Bonn from the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and colleagues show that adding water to sand significantly reduces the sliding friction of an object moving over the sand, but only for small amounts of water.