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1 AS 1289.1.

1—2001
(Incorporating Amendment Nos 1 and 2)
®
Australian Standard
Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes
AS 1289.1.1—2001

Method 1.1: Sampling and preparation of soils—


Preparation of disturbed soil samples for testing

This Standard incorporates Amendment No. 1 (November 2002) and Amendment No. 2
(October 2008). The changes required by the Amendments are indicated in the text by a
marginal bar and amendment number against the clause, note, table, figure or part thereof
affected.
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METHOD

1 SCOPE
This Standard sets out a procedure for preparing disturbed samples, as received from the
field, for testing in accordance with the series of tests listed in AS 1289.0.
The method does not cover procedures for sampling.
NOTES:
1 Sampling and preparation of soils are described in AS 1289.1.2.1.
2 The size of the samples from which disturbed soils samples are to be prepared depends on the
tests that are to be carried out, and the maximum size and the relative proportion of coarse
and fine material in the original soil.

2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
The following documents are referred to in this Standard:
AS
1152 Specification for test sieves
1141 Methods for sampling and testing aggregates
1141.2 Method 2: Basic testing equipment
1289 Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes
1289.0 Part 0: General requirements and list of methods
1289.1.2.1 Method 1.2.1: Sampling and preparation of soils—Disturbed samples—
Standard method
1289.2.1.1 Method 2.1.1: Soil moisture content tests—Determination of the moisture
content of a soil—Oven drying method (standard method)
1289.2.1.2 Method 2.1.2: Soil moisture content tests—Determination of the moisture
content of a soil—Sand bath method (subsidiary method)
1289.2.1.4 Method 2.1.4: Soil moisture content tests—Determination of the moisture
content of a soil—Microwave-oven drying method (subsidiary
method)
1289.2.1.5 Method 2.1.5: Soil moisture content tests—Determination of the moisture
content of a soil—Infrared lights method (subsidiary method)
1289.2.1.6 Method 2.1.6: Soil moisture content tests—Determination of the moisture
content of a soil—Hotplate drying method (subsidiary method)

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