hydraulic lime


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hydraulic lime

[hī′drȯ·lik ′līm]
(materials)
A type of limestone which has been heated and pulverized, and absorbs water without swelling or heating, yielding a cement that hardens under water.

cementitious

Having cementing properties.
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Hydraulic lime could be further classified as feebly, moderately and eminently hydraulic (Taylor 2000).
Preparation of Kankar Lime: Kankar is a nodular variety of Limestone and is extensively used for producing hydraulic lime for conservation purposes.
Tensile Strength Test: A fairly good hydraulic lime should give results of about 80-150 lbs per square inch, in ultimate tensile strength.
Keywords: capillarity, fly ash, hydraulic lime, water absorption, self-compacting concrete, silica fume, sorptivity.
2]/g), a hydraulic lime (specific gravity 2,75 g/[cm.
Abbreviations were used in accordance with the addition material, SCCFA for self-compacting concrete with fly ash, SCCSF for self-compacting concrete with silica fume, SCCHL for self-compacting concrete with hydraulic lime and SCCFAHL for self-compacting concrete with a mixture of fly ash and hydraulic lime.
In contrast to other single-material binders, such as cement or hydraulic lime, lime putty repeatedly has proved itself in the Scottish building sector.
Hydraulic lime, as a gauging agent, is preferred for use in damp or exposed locations.
And some suppliers will place a special order for hydraulic lime.
I have developed a methodology, based on macroeconomic and trade models, to estimate the market for quicklime, slaked lime, and hydraulic lime for those countries serving the world market via exports or supplying from various countries via imports.
How much do the imports of quicklime, slaked lime, and hydraulic lime vary from one country to another?