Coast Guard aids to navigation by United States. Coast Guard
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2 Measure the height of the test specimen in accordance with ASTM D 3549. Reject specimens with an average height outside the height tolerance listed in Table 1 . Record the average height. 3 Using a straightedge and feeler gauges, measure the flatness of each end. Place a straightedge across the diameter at three locations approximately 120 degrees apart, and measure the maximum departure of the specimen end from the straightedge using tapered-end feeler gauges. For each end, record the maximum departure along the three locations as the end flatness.
4 Compute the air void content of the test specimen in accordance with T 269. Record the air void content of the test specimen. Reject test specimens exceeding the air void tolerances specified in the applicable test. 1 Mark the test specimen with a unique identification number. 2 Store the test specimen, until tested, on its end on a flat shelf in a room with the temperature controlled between 15 and 27°C. Note 1l-Definitive research concerning the effects of test specimen aging on various mechanical property tests has not been completed.
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