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Synonyms for concrete

Synonyms for concrete

having verifiable existence

composed of or relating to things that occupy space and can be perceived by the senses

to make or become physically hard

Antonyms for concrete

a strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water

cover with cement

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form into a solid mass

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capable of being perceived by the senses

formed by the coalescence of particles

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The steel is in a state of passivation in reinforced concrete when the interior of concrete is kept in a high alkaline environment (pH 12.
Previous studies have investigated the steel corrosion in reinforced concrete in detail; however, most studies are carried out under common environment.
To achieve this objective, ordinary, air entrained, and waterproofing concrete were first prepared, and different freeze-thaw cycles were subsequently applied in concrete specimens.
In Ceramic Waste Concretes fine aggregate was replaced with the fine ceramic aggregate by 10% 15% and 20% by weight to prepare three types of concretes CC-10 CC-15 and CC-20 respectively.
Compression tests were performed at the age of 28 days on specimens made of Reference Concrete and three types of Ceramic Waste Concretes i.
More research is needed to examine the effect of RCA moisture condition on the properties of fresh and hardened concretes.
2011) reported that the difference in the splitting tensile strength between NCA and RCA concretes is high when they are cured in the outer environment.
Historic and forecast market values for the concrete and cement market and its categories (cement clinker, factory-made mortars, portland cement, refractory cements, mortars & concretes, other hydraulic cements, ready-mixed concrete and prefabricated structural components) for the period 2007 through to 2016
Overview of the concrete and cement market in the US
Chloride can be introduced into concrete via internal sources (from cement, aggregate, water and admixture system) and external sources (from environment).
The optimum replacement of cement by SF in the ternary blended concrete was predicted by Rapid Chloride Penetration Test (RCPT).
Original construction materials are also likely to be showing signs of serious decay, with weak concrete, inadequate cover to reinforcement, concrete carbonation, and high alumina cements being common causes of premature decay and failure.
Materials such as concrete, plastics and synthetic paints deteriorate quickly, and without strict maintenance regimes their appearance rapidly declines.
The RCPT method, in most cases, is suitable for evaluation of materials and additives for the mix design of regular- or high-performance concretes, as well as for testing the permeability of cores taken from in-place concrete.
Several States, including Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Texas, have adopted maturity as a technique to determine the in-place strength of new concretes in projects that call for early opening to traffic.