2 edition of introduction to concrete found in the catalog.
introduction to concrete
Cement and Concrete Association.
by Cement & Concrete Association
Written in English
Previous ed. 1949.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Advantages of Reinforced Concrete as a Structural Material. Reinforced concrete may be the most important material available for construction. It is used in one form or another for almost all structures, great or small—buildings, bridges, pavements, dams, retaining walls, tunnels, drainage and irrigation facilities, tanks, and so on. Using concrete laboratory to find concrete properties Course Conduct: Midterm Exam (35 points), Assignments & Presentations (15 points) and Final Exam (50 points). Course Outline: Introduction: constituents, history, advantages, limitations and applications. Aggregates: physical and .
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Concrete Introduction. Concrete is a composite with properties that change with time. During service, the quality of concrete provided by initial curing can be improved by subsequent wetting as in the cases of foundations or water retaining structures.
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