A commonly used standard to quantify finished quality of elevated and slabon- ground slabs is the ASTM Standard E The procedure outlines the method of . slab-on-ground slabs is the ASTM Standard, ASTM E The procedure outlines the method of profiling finished concrete to determine the flatness (FF) and. ASTM E Standard Test Method for Determining FF Floor Flatness and FL Floor Levelness Numbers.
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A complete metric companion to Test Method E has been developed, Test Method EM ; therefore, no metric e115 are shown in this test method.
Module Floor Flatness and Level ASTM E with BuildIT Construction – FARO® Knowledge Base
Construct a polygon line around the area shown below. Split cloud Creating lines representing a run. By now you should have a grasp e11555 the following: Generate a Report from the Analysis The command will automatically build a standard report. If you would like to download the file used in this article, download the accompanying Training Data and extract its contents to a folder on your PC.
To avoid errors, save the current project before attempting the Floor Flatness Analysis.
Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
Split cloud down to the area to be analyzed.
Module 6.2: Floor Flatness and Level ASTM E1155 with BuildIT Construction
Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. Tutorial Download If you would like to download the file used in this article, download the accompanying Training Data and extract its contents to a folder on your PC.
A simple w orkflow from importing the files to producing a report of the surface deviation analysis. In these special cases, rather than inferring the condition of the traffic paths from a random sample, it is far more useful to measure each of the traffic paths directly using continuous recording floor profilometer configured to run exactly in the traffic wheel paths. Next we will create a line for each run, the end result will appear as shown: When the traffic patterns across a floor are random, as is generally the case evaluation of the floor’s F F Flatness and F L Levelness will necessarily involve a random sampling of the surface, since all of the infinite potential profiles to be seen by the traffic can not possibly be measured.
No other units of measurement are included in this standard. In those instances when the traffic across a floor will be confined to specific paths, however, the requirement for random sampling is eliminated, since the floor can indeed be inspected exactly as it will be seen by all of the traffic.
Line Panel for each completed line. Select a start point and then select an end point for the first line. Repeat for several runs, as shown above. Select all the sample lines.
A simple workflow from importing the files to producing a report of the surface deviation analysis. Create Lines for Each Run Next we will create a line for each run, the end result will appear as shown: Click on the Report tab and click on Generate Report.
When prompted specify a location and name for the PDF report. Link e155 Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Lines are created to represent runs with traditional equipment.
Use the defaults for this exercise. Such direct simulation measurements eliminate the inherent uncertainties of statistical sampling and provide profile information immediately applicable to the correction of the surface in way of the future traffic.
These notes and footnotes excluding those in tables and e1155 shall not be considered as requirements of this test method. By now you should have a grasp of the following:.