sieve classification

sieve classification

[′siv ‚klas·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(engineering)
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During the test, sieve classification is carried out on particles whose size is larger than 0.075 mm, and densimeter method is used for the particles with size smaller than 0.075 mm.
30 g loess after 2 mm sieve classification was sealed in hermetic bag.
In the sieve-pipette method, samples were well dried at 105[degrees]C in drying oven for over 8 hours; then about 200 g loess was taken for sieve classification. The sieve classification required even force and one person finishes a whole group work.