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How to Mix, Compact, and Cure Lime Concrete? [PDF]

How to Mix, Compact, and Cure Lime Concrete? [PDF]

Lime concrete is a composite mixture of lime as binding material, sand as fine aggregate, and gravel as coarse aggregate in appropriate proportions. Lime concrete mix ratio depends on the type of construction, but in general, it can be ...

Factors Affecting Performance of Admixtures in Concrete

Factors Affecting Performance of Admixtures in Concrete

There are many factors that influence the performance of admixtures in concrete such as type of admixture, dosage, compatibility of the admixture with cement, mix design, ambient temperature, and the presence of other admixtures. These factors influence the degree ...

High Range Water Reducing Admixture for Concrete

High Range Water Reducing Admixture for Concrete

High range water reducing admixture reduces the quantity of mixing water required to produce concrete of a given consistency by 12 % or greater, as per ASTM C 494- C 494M. It is capable of producing great water reduction, ...

What is Cellular Concrete? Types and Materials

What is Cellular Concrete? Types and Materials

Cellular concrete is a special engineered concrete manufactured by mixing Portland cement, sand, fly ash, water and pre-formed foam in varied proportions to form a hardened material having an oven-dry density of 50 pounds per cubic foot (PCF) or less. ...