Steel Structures Vs Concrete Structures | Complete Comparison of Steel & Concrete

Steel Truss Structures

Concrete and Steel are one of the most common construction materials even in today, Steel Structures Vs Concrete Structures is an attempt to compare advantages and disadvantages of both materials from constriction and maintenance point of view. Concrete Structure Concrete is the second most used material for construction after water in the world. Concrete structure … Read more Steel Structures Vs Concrete Structures | Complete Comparison of Steel & Concrete

Minimizing water and cement requirements in Concrete

Minimizing water and cement requirements in Concrete Goals of Determining the proper mix To determine the most economical and practical combination of readily available materials. To produce a concrete that will meet requirements under specific conditions of use. The majority of concrete used for agricultural applications is supplied by ready-mix producers. With an understanding of … Read more Minimizing water and cement requirements in Concrete

What are Properties of Hardened Concrete|Governing Factors

Bridge Pier Substructure

Properties of Hardened Concrete Properties of hardened concrete are explained on the basis of its Strength and Performance under various types of force actions and conditions. Main parameters that are used to define the strength of concrete are Compressive Strength: Compressive strength of concrete is usually defined as characteristic compressive strength (fcu / fck). Which … Read more What are Properties of Hardened Concrete|Governing Factors

Concrete in Brief

Concrete in Brief

Concrete in Brief Properties of concrete Easily mixed, handled, transported, placed in position and compacted Segregation Separation of constituent materials of concrete Creates larger voids and reduces the durability and strength. Bleeding Water from concrete comes out of the surface Produces pores in concrete and reduces strength. Strength Compressive strength, tensile strength, flexural strength. Elasticity … Read more Concrete in Brief