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Fields for table: TST_SC02

Field NameCodesData TypeUnitsTest ProtocolDescription
SHRP_ID

VARCHAR2(4)

H06L
Test section identification number assigned by LTPP program. Must be combined with STATE_CODE to be unique.
SAND_EQUIVALENCY

NUMBER(2)
%
H06L
Percent sand equivalency.
TEST_DATE

DATE

H06L
Date the test was performed.
GENERAL_REMARK

VARCHAR2(40)

H06L
Note used to record additional observations regarding the test, or test results.
RECORD_STATUS

VARCHAR2(1)


A code indicating the general quality of the data.
STATE_CODE
STATE_PROVINCENUMBER(2)

H06L
Numerical code for state or province. U.S. codes are consistent with Federal Information Processing Standards.
LAYER_NO

NUMBER(2)

H06L
Unique sequential number assigned to pavement layers, starting with layer 1 as the deepest layer (subgrade).
FIELD_SET

NUMBER(2)

H06L
Sequential number indicating the field sampling event. Assigned 1 for first sample event and incremented by 1 for subsequent events.
LOC_NO

VARCHAR2(6)

H06L
Unique code number assigned to each sampling location indicating the sample type. The single character prefix indicates the sample type. The numeric suffix is the unique project location for the sample type.
TEST_NO
TEST_NONUMBER(2)

H06L
Code number indicating sample location.
CONSTRUCTION_NO

NUMBER(2)


Event number used to relate changes in pavement structure with other time dependent data elements. This field is set to 1 when a test section is initially accepted into LTPP and is incremented with each change to the layer structure.
SAMPLE_NO

VARCHAR2(7)

H06L
Unique code number assigned to each material sample indicating the sample type and material type. The first character indicates the sample type. The second character indicates the material type. The numeric suffix is the unique sample number for the sample type and material type.
LAB_CODE
LAB_CODEVARCHAR2(4)

H06L
Code indicating the lab that performed the testing.