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Segregation and Bleeding in the Concrete

Segregation and Bleeding in Concrete

Segregation & Bleeding in the Concrete | Causes, Effects And Remedies Segregation in concrete Segregation is the ( Separation of the constituent materials in concrete ) In the concrete technology, segregation is of 3 types. Separation of the Coarse aggregate from the concrete mixture, Separation of the Cement pastes from the …

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What Is Difference Between PPC And OPC Cement

Difference between PPC and OPC cement

What Is Difference Between P.P.C And O.P.C Cement P.P.C and O.P.C are very commonly utilized cement. Presently, P.P.C is utilized like a substitute to O.P.C. As a result, the very puzzling matter is in what way to take the right selection. Ordinary Portland cement (O.P.C) – • O.P.C is created …

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Building Materials In Construction

building material in construction

Building Materials In Construction Building Materials in construction are important part of civil engineering. The Civil engineering career of site engineer completely revolves around these materials. He/she should be knowing thoroughly each and every aspect of these materials. The Various Building materials in construction are as below and we shall …

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What is Sprayed Concrete in Concrete Construction

Sprayed concrete

What is Sprayed Concrete in Concrete Construction   Sprayed concrete is also called gunite or shotcrete is used for rapid concrete construction. Properties, materials and applications of sprayed concrete are discussed. Stabilization and support for the structures can be attained with the best quality and performance with the help of …

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Characteristics and Size of Aggregates Used in Construction

Characteristics and Size of Aggregates Used in Construction Important characteristics of aggregates which influence the properties of the resulting concrete mix are discussed as under: Composition. Aggregate containing the constituents which generally react with alkalies in cement cause excessive expansion, cracking of concrete mix, should never be used. The suitability …

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