Liquid penetrant test, also known as dye penetrant inspection (DPI) or liquid penetrant inspection (LPI), is a non-destructive testing method that is used for detection of different types of cracks in concrete such as fatigue cracks, quench cracks, grinding cracks, overload cracks, ...
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Flexural Test on Concrete, Its Significance, Procedures and Applications
Flexural test on concrete based on the ASTM standards are explained. Differences if present in specification or any other aspects of flexural test on concrete between ASTM standard, Indian standard and British standard are specified.
Vee-Bee Test to Determine Workability of Concrete using Consistometer
Objective of Vee-Bee test is to determine the workability of freshly mixed concrete using consistometer. Apparatus, procedure, precaution and advantages are discussed.
Interpretation of Concrete In-Situ Test Results for Structural Strength Assessment
Concrete in-situ test results interpretation is important for structural strength assessment. Concrete test results interpretation consists of three stages from which proper conclusion are developed and its applications is discussed. In this article, different steps of result of concrete in-sit ...
Concrete Slump Test for Workability: Procedure and Results
To study the workability (determine the consistency) of prepared concrete either in the laboratory or laboratory or during the progress of work in the field and to check the uniformity of concrete from batch to batch.
Accelerated Curing Method for Compressive Strength Test of Concrete
Accelerated Curing Method is used to get early high compressive strength in concrete. This method is also used to find out 28 days compressive strength of concrete in 28 hours. (As per IS 9013-1978-Method of making, curing and determining compressive ...
HIGH STRENGTH PRESTRESSED CONCRETE CUBE TEST RESULTS
High strength prestressed concrete cube tests guidelines are guidelines prescribed in the Indian standard code IS: 1343-1980 with respect to quality of materials used in prestressed concrete. The minimum 28 day compressive strength of concrete cubes of 15 cm size, ...
Fill Box Test for Self Compacting Concrete for Workability
Fill Box Test Method for Self Compacting Concrete Fill box test is also known as ‘Kajima test’ is used to measure the filling ability of self compacting concrete with a maximum aggregate size of 20 mm. The apparatus consists of ...