2018-11-17 The strength of the concrete can be measured with the different test that are conducted on it such as, Compressive strength, Tensile strength and Flexural strength. Apart from the above tests there are various factors that can also affects the strength of the concrete, highlights of those factors are described below:

More2013-4-17 Factors Affecting Strength of Concrete Concrete strength is affected by many factors, such as quality of raw materials, water/cement ratio, coarse/fine aggregate

MoreConcrete strength may be affected by the following factors: Factors affecting the tensile strength of the concrete: The tensile strength largely depends on the reinforced steel used in the concrete, however, the concrete itself has also a partial role in creating the tensile strength.

More2017-9-13 The factors affecting the strength of concrete are mentioned below. These factors can be either dependent or independent of each other when comes to the

More2017-2-6 are reported. The compression test set-up is shown in Fig. 1. 2.4.2. Flexural tensile strength test The Three-Point bending test is conducted on a loading frame to determine the ﬂexural tensile strength on standard beam specimens of size 750 150 150 mm. The specimens were cured in water for 7-days, 28-days and 56-days. The minimum

MoreThe significance of the effect of various factors on the estimated in situ compressive strength of existing aged concrete structures obtained by core tests and nondisruptive tests using 84 sets of the test results of 35 structures aged 4–73 years constructed of concrete with 28-day cube strength of 20 – 41.5 N / mm 2 was investigated. The ...

More2021-3-1 Concrete compression is complex. Yet, understanding this behavior is indispensable for design. There are three main factors that affect concrete compression results: the specimen size, shape, and friction at its ends. These factors affect the observed phenomena, and they affect each other. This paper aims to review the current knowledge on ...

More2016-7-1 The equations proposed to determine the flexural tensile strength are of the power equation type: flexural tensile strength, f r = bf c n where f c is the compressive strength of the concrete and, b (varies from 0.33 to 0.94) and n (1/2 or 2/3) are coefficients which depend on factors such as strength levels, aggregate properties and mineralogy ...

More2021-11-16 The test results showed that the core compressive strength. increases as the age of concrete increase, but the core strength is. somewhat higher tha n 28 -day

More2019-4-17 TEST METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF DURABILITY OF CONCRETE Fred Andrews-Phaedonos, VicRoads, Australia ABSTRACT The simple VPV test method AS 1012.21 has demonstrated its ability to rank the durability performance of various concretes, by its sensitivity to such major influencing factors as

More2018-11-17 The strength of the concrete can be measured with the different test that are conducted on it such as, Compressive strength, Tensile strength and Flexural strength. Apart from the above tests there are various factors that can also affects the strength of the concrete, highlights of those factors are described below:

More2017-9-13 The factors affecting the strength of concrete are mentioned below. These factors can be either dependent or independent of each other when comes to the concrete strength. Most of the factors are interrelated in certain means. The primary

MoreFactors Affecting Strength of Concrete Concrete strength is affected by many factors, such as quality of raw materials, water/cement ratio, coarse/fine aggregate ratio, age of concrete, compaction of concrete, temperature, relative humidity and curing of

More2017-2-6 are reported. The compression test set-up is shown in Fig. 1. 2.4.2. Flexural tensile strength test The Three-Point bending test is conducted on a loading frame to determine the ﬂexural tensile strength on standard beam specimens of size 750 150 150 mm. The specimens were cured in water for 7-days, 28-days and 56-days. The minimum

MoreThe significance of the effect of various factors on the estimated in situ compressive strength of existing aged concrete structures obtained by core tests and nondisruptive tests using 84 sets of the test results of 35 structures aged 4–73 years constructed of concrete with 28-day cube strength of 20 – 41.5 N / mm 2 was investigated. The ...

More2018-5-18 Cube test of concrete and factors affecting concrete compressive strength. Test procedure and for concrete compressive strength. Compressive strength of concrete for different grades of concrete @ 3 Days, 7 days, 14 days, 21 days 28 days with

More2021-11-17 The maximum tensile strength of concrete has been found of the order of 42.0 kg/cm 2. Some researchers have observed that the type of coarse aggregate has a greater relative effect on tensile strength than on compressive strength. Generally for concrete quality control, tensile test

MoreThe paper presents some factors affecting the Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity test results for high. strength concrete such as water/ cement ratio, type of aggregate, frequency level of transduce rs ...

More7 Factors Affecting Abrasion Resistance of Concrete Surface. 1. Factors Impacting Concrete Strength. Factors that directly affect concrete strength would influence concrete abrasion resistance as well. For example, low water to cement ratio, low slump value, well-graded aggregate, and air content.

More2016-11-28 A study has been conducted to investigate the mechanical properties of cement-mixed gravel using the unconfined compression test and the tensile test. Basic factors including the curing period, the water-binder ratio, the cement content, and the strain rate were evaluated. Ordinary Portland cement with fly ash was employed as the cementation agent for preparing cemented samples.

More2018-11-17 The strength of the concrete can be measured with the different test that are conducted on it such as, Compressive strength, Tensile strength and Flexural strength. Apart from the above tests there are various factors that can also affects the strength of the concrete, highlights of those factors are described below:

MoreFactors Affecting Strength of Concrete Concrete strength is affected by many factors, such as quality of raw materials, water/cement ratio, coarse/fine aggregate ratio, age of concrete, compaction of concrete, temperature, relative humidity and curing of

MoreThe significance of the effect of various factors on the estimated in situ compressive strength of existing aged concrete structures obtained by core tests and nondisruptive tests using 84 sets of the test results of 35 structures aged 4–73 years constructed of concrete with 28-day cube strength of 20 – 41.5 N / mm 2 was investigated. The ...

MoreThe paper presents some factors affecting the Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity test results for high. strength concrete such as water/ cement ratio, type of aggregate, frequency level of transduce rs ...

More2018-5-18 Cube test of concrete and factors affecting concrete compressive strength. Test procedure and for concrete compressive strength. Compressive strength of concrete for different grades of concrete @ 3 Days, 7 days, 14 days, 21 days 28 days with

More2021-11-17 The maximum tensile strength of concrete has been found of the order of 42.0 kg/cm 2. Some researchers have observed that the type of coarse aggregate has a greater relative effect on tensile strength than on compressive strength. Generally for concrete quality control, tensile test

More2018-11-2 Figures 1 and 2, the compressive strength of concrete was closely related to the carbonation depth. The higher the carbonat ion depth is, the sharper the reduction of the compressive strength of ...

More2019-4-17 TEST METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF DURABILITY OF CONCRETE Fred Andrews-Phaedonos, VicRoads, Australia ABSTRACT The simple VPV test method AS 1012.21 has demonstrated its ability to rank the durability performance of various concretes, by its sensitivity to such major influencing factors as

More2021-8-10 Compressive strength test is the most common test carried out on concrete. The main reason is that this kind of test is easy and relatively inexpensive to carry out (Mindess et al., 2003). Compressive strength of concrete can be determined using different shapes of specimens. Most commonly used specimens are cylinders and cubes. In United ...

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