Tag Archives: Joints in Concrete

Construction Joint or Daywork Joint | Connecting Concrete Pours | Successful Joints

What is Construction Joint? In mass concreting works were huge volume of concrete pour is involved, it is impossible to finish the concreting in a single go, Construction Joint is introduced to connect two successive pours. Completing heavy concreting if not often practical due to insufficient formwork or scaffolding, working hours in a day, limitation… Read More »

Guidelines to Construct Joints in Concrete

Guidelines to Construct Joints in Concrete Joints are to be carefully designed and appropriately constructed in order to avoid uncontrolled cracking of concrete slab. The following are recommended practices that should be observed: The maximum joint spacing should be 24 to 36 times the thickness of the slab. As an example, in a 5-inch thick… Read More »

Concrete Basics: A Guide To Concrete Practice

Concrete Basics A Guide To Concrete Practice Concrete Materials,Concrete Properties,Concrete Testing,Ordering Concrete,Proportioning and Mixing Concrete, Planning and Site Preparation,Transporting and Placing Concrete,Compacting Concrete,Finishing Concrete, Curing Concrete,Joints in Concrete,Hot and Cold Weather Concreting,Surface Finishes on Concrete, Defects in Concrete,Removing Stains from Concrete,Cracking in Concrete,Reinforced Concrete, Formwork CONCRETE is made by mixing: CEMENT WATER COARSE AND FINE… Read More »