Different Grades of Ordinary Portland Cement- OPC 33/43/53

  Cement is the most generally used construction material existing and is merely behind water because of the planet’s most consumed resource. The cement grade mainly corresponds to the average compressive strength attained by at least three mortar cubes (area of face 50

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Water Cement Ratio of Concrete | Source of Undesirable Water in Concrete

  What is the Water Cement  Ratio of Concrete? Water Cement Ratio of concrete is defined as the ratio of the weight of water to the weight of cement used in the concrete mix.   Water plays an important role in the

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REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE (R.C.C.)

  Materials Used in Reinforced Cement Concrete (R.C.C.)Work   Cement Before the introduction of ordinary portland cement, the lime was used as a cementing or binding material. Most of the cement concrete work in building constructions are done with ordinary portland cement.

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Precast Concrete : Definition and Properties

Precast Concrete Section What is Precast Concrete? Precast concrete consists of concrete ( a mixture of cement, aggregates, admixtures, and water) is produced by casting into a specific shape in reusable molds or by using highly advanced machinery and then cured in

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Cement Concrete || Constituents Properties and Uses of Concrete

What is Cement Concrete? Portland cement concrete is a mixture of Portland cement, water, coarse and fine aggregates, and admixtures proportioned to form a plastic mass capable of being cast, placed, or molded into forms that will harden to a solid mass.

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Grade of Concrete and Mix Ratio of Concrete

Grade of Concrete : The designation of Concrete according to its compressive strength is called Grade of Concrete. Following are the different Grade of Concrete, their Mix Proportions, and their compressive strength :   Group Grade of Concrete Compressive Strength Mix Ratio

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What is Workability of Concrete – Definition and Types

Workability of Concrete The workability of concrete is the property of concrete which determines the amount of useful internal work, necessary to produce full compaction i.e., it is the amount of energy needed to overcome friction while compacting concrete. Also defined as

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IS 456-2000 Code Reinforced Concrete Pdf Download

IS 456-2000 Code is a Code of Practice is an Indian Standard code of practice for general structural use of plain and reinforced concrete.

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