Research Article The Mechanical Properties of the Concrete

Research Article The Mechanical Properties of the Concrete

The Mechanical Properties of Recycled Coarse Aggregate

Using recycled coarse aggregate (RCA) to replace natural pebbles and using lithium slag (LS) from industrial waste to replace cement in order to improve the mechanical properties of concrete and solve environmental problems. In this study, the effects of different substitution rates of RCA (0, 30%, 50%, and 70%) and different LS contents (0, 10%, 15%, 20%, and 25%

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Mechanical and physical properties of Cross-Laminated

The mechanical properties of PRF-bonded CLT is more superior than the PUR-bonded CLT with higher values in four-point bending, shear modulus, and compression parallel to the grain, respectively. 4. Three main types of bending failure modes could be observed in A. mangium CLT, namely, rolling shear, glue line failure, and tension.

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What is Self Compacting Concrete? - Civil Engineering

A committee was formed to study the properties of self-compacting concrete, including a fundamental investigation on the workability of concrete. This was carried out by Ozawa et al. at the University of Tokyo. The usable version of self-compacting concrete was completed in 1988. It was named "High-Performance Concrete".

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Mechanical properties of a biodegradable self-expandable

Biodegradable stents are promising treatments for many diseases, e.g., coronary artery disease, urethral diseases, tracheal diseases, and esophageal strictures. The mechanical properties of biodegradable stent materials play a key role in the safety and efficacy of treatment. In particular, insufficient creep resistance of the stent material could result in premature stent collapse or narrowing.

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Research on the self-sensing and mechanical properties of

To test the mechanical properties of concrete, a WDW-200E with a maximum applied load of 200 kN was used to conduct the mechanical strength and toughness test. Specimens with a size of 40 mm × 40 mm × 160 mm were prepared for measurement of compressive and

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High strength concrete properties, admixture, and mix

High strength concrete is a useful material for high-rise buildings, long-span bridges, heavy-duty industrial floors, pre-stressed concrete, etc. Concrete is a mixture of cement, water, coarse and fine aggregates with or without chemical and mineral admixtures. As aggregate covers 75 percent of the volume of concrete, for HSC, high-strength

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Permeability and Tensile Strength of Concrete with Arabic

Then, the granulometry of the sand and the coarse aggregates were determined using sieve analysis according to the ASTM C 136-96a Standard Test Method [] for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates.The obtained sizes for sand were 10 mm, 4.75 mm, 2.36 mm, 1.18 mm, 600 μ, 300 μ, and 150 μ.The coarse aggregates were composed of 40% over 20 mm and 60% between 20 and 10 mm grain size.

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Mechanical properties of miscanthus reinforced concrete

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE . MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MİSCANTHUS REINFORCED CONCRETE *Hicran AÇIKEL . Necmettin Erbakan University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Civil Engineering Department, 42140, Konya, Turkey . ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT

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PDF Studies on The Mechanical Strength Properties of The

Fibre", International Journal for Technological Research Engineering, Vol.4, pp.1-6. 3) Anusha Chowdary, Chaithra N & Chethan K (2017), "A Study on Impact of Polypropylene Fibres on Compressive and Tensile Strength of Concrete", International Journal for Innovative Research in Science and Technology, Vol.4, pp.3-9.

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The Rheological and Mechanical Properties of High

2. Rheological properties of concrete mixtures. From numerous research of the concrete mixture workability it is well known, that under stress this mixture behaves like Bingham body [6]. The stress yield value g and plastic viscosity h are the matter constants characterizing the rheological properties of

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Research Article Mechanical Properties of Recycled

properties of recycled concrete may be generally lower than those of normal concrete, but they are still su cient for practical application in some constructions and buildings [ , ]. e most important mechanical properties of recycled concretearethecompressivestrength,thetensileandthe exural strengths, the bond strength, and elastic modulus of such concrete.

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EFEECT OF FINE AGGREGA TYPE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

EFEECT OF FINE AGGREGA TYPE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ADMEXTURED/NON-AMIXTURED CONCRETE: JES. Journal of Engineering Sciences: Article 2, Volume 38, No 2, March 2010, Page 343-353 PDF (642.13 K) Document Type: Research Paper: DOI: 10.21608/jesaun.2010.124371: Author: Hassan S.

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Aggregates: Physical Properties and Mechanical Properties

Aggregates: Physical Properties and Mechanical Properties Lecture No. 3 . Aggregates Aggregates generally occupy 65- 80% of a concrete’s volume. Aggregates are inert fillers floating in the cement paste matrix for concretes of low strength. The strength of aggregates do not contribute to the strength of

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A review of mechanical properties of fibre reinforced

This paper presents a comprehensive review of the recent research works on the fire resistance of FRC. In particular, the temperature-dependent mechanical properties of steel fibre reinforced concrete, polypropylene fibre reinforced concrete and hybrid fibre reinforced concrete are discussed, including permeability, spalling, compressive

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PDF Mechanical properties of concrete containing beeswax

on concrete buildings. The research was conducted in three stages, starting with testing the thermal properties of beeswax, tallow, and dammar gum, followed by preparation of concrete cement containing beeswax, tallow, and dammar gum, and finally testing the mechanical properties of concrete containing PCM.

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reinforced concrete | Definition, Properties, Advantages

Full Article. Reinforced concrete, concrete in which steel is embedded in such a manner that the two materials act together in resisting forces. The reinforcing steel—rods, bars, or mesh—absorbs the tensile, shear, and sometimes the compressive stresses in a concrete structure. Plain concrete does not easily withstand tensile and shear

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