cementitious material

cementitious material

[¦sē‚men¦tish·əs mə′tir·ē·əl]
(materials)
Any of various building materials which may be mixed with a liquid, such as water, to form a plastic paste, and to which an aggregate may be added; includes cements, limes, and mortar.

cementitious material

A material (with or without an aggregate) that provides plasticity, cohesive, and adhesive properties when it is mixed with water—properties that are necessary for its placement and formation into a rigid mass.
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the Rotoconix affords three mixing methods working in sync within one vessel, all combining to give end users faster cycle times, the most flexible batch size and cementitious material savings.
SoundSorb(R) is a durable, acoustical cementitious material designed for various noise abatement purposes.
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This study is a part of a joint research project between King Saud University, Saudi Arabia and Universiti Putra Malaysia titled "Development of local sand as a cementitious material for high-performance concrete".
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An asset owner never really knows the condition of the asset until it fails or cementitious material is removed.
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