Neat cement

Neat cement

A cement used without sand, as opposed to cement mortar.
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neat cement

1. Hydraulic cement in the unhydrated state.
2. Cement mortar made without the addition of sand.
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Figure 2 shows the results of 10 replicated mixes, where two samples were used: one was a neat cement paste prepared by the water-to-cement ratio (w/cm) of 0.40 and the other having the same w/cm incorporated a HRWRA (0.04% dosage per cement mass).
The hardness of boards containing PS was 35% lower than control (neat cement).
The first beam was without reinforcement but only neat cement was used as a binding material.
In addition, the control samples (neat cement) were tested using a cement/water ratio of 200/80 based on ovendry weight.
No problems with casting and consolidation were observed using neat cement paste, and elimination of the sand reduces preparation efforts.
The tunnel was excavated behind a shield, the liner was erected immediately behind the shield, and the 40 mm annulus between the ground and liner was grouted with neat cement.
Editorial Note: Contaminated wells and wells that have been inactivated for other reasons should be properly sealed (i.e., by filling the well completely with concrete, cement grout, neat cement, or clays) and abandoned (5) after an alternative water supply has been substituted.
This means that a thin layer of neat cement (cement without sand or aggregate), clay, and silt are brought to the surface.
time plots, during the setting of a mixture of wood (bark)-cement, and comparison with neat cement (Hachmi et al.