water cement

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hydraulic cement

A cement that hardens under water. See cement, 2.
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Water cement ratio is compared to cement fineness the dominating factor for the self-healing capacity of concrete, as additionally shown by Fig.
The influences of cover thickness and water cement ratio on steel corrosion in reinforced concrete under freeze-thaw environment are also discussed, and the cover thickness is, respectively, 15 mm and 30 mm.
The frost resistance decreases with the increase of water cement ratio, and the influences are very obvious.
As shown in Figures 3(a) and 3(b), the maximum chloride content increases with the increase of water cement ratio after suffering the same freeze-thaw cycles, and the increasing of chloride content becomes more obvious after high freeze-thaw cycles.
Comparing with the results in Figures 4(a) and 4(b), corrosion current density increases with the increased water cement ratio.
Decreasing water cement ratio is an effective method to reduce the steel corrosion rate under freeze-thaw environment.
All concrete work shall be 4500 PSI, air-entrained to 6% and a maximum water cement ratio of 0.