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nuclear density

[′nü·klē·ər ′den·səd·ē]
(nuclear physics)
The mass per unit volume of a nucleus as a function of distance from the center of the nucleus, as determined by a number of different types of experiments which are in reasonably good agreement.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Non Nuclear Density Guage
Some of the more common outdated references to ASTM standards involve soil classification, soil plasticity, Proctor compaction tests and the nuclear density gauge.
All checks will be conducted to ASTM International standards using a nuclear density gauge for rapid determination of the in-situ density and moisture content of soils and compacted materials.
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Ultimately," explains Farrag, "we expect to gain regulator acceptance for alternative tools to the Nuclear Density Gauge for soil-compaction control.
In-place density is typically determined using the nuclear density gauge.
Many technicians, preoccupied with performing a nuclear density test or other quality assurance method, failed to hear or see approaching heavy construction vehicles and were run over.
Tenders are invited for 4 ea troxler 3440/3430 or instrotek xplorer 3500 surface moisture nuclear density gauges 8-inch rod with 2-inch increments, with the following standard accessories: reference standard, drill rod, rod extraction tool, scraper plate, ac & dc chargers, quick reference card, lock with 2 keys, operator~s manual, & 2 extra accessory battery packs per gauge.
A report provided by the company presented the findings of a plant trial at an unnamed customer site comparing the functionality of the non-nuclear Ultimo density meter to that of an existing nuclear density meter.

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