cement mortar

cement mortar

[si′ment ′mȯrd·ər]
(materials)
A mixture of approximately four parts of sand to one part of portland cement with a small amount of lime and enough water to make it plastic.

cement mortar

A mixture of cement, lime, sand, or other aggregates with water; used for plastering over masonry or to lay blocks. The lime adds plasticity and resistance to moisture. Also see mortar.
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The heat resistant pavements are completely insulated against water and will be covered by cement mortar, posing no risk to pedestrians.
The fluidity of the mortar was tested by the apparatus of fluidity of cement mortar in Figure 5, according to the Test Method for fluidity of cement mortar (GB/T 2419-2005).
They cover petrographic equipment and methods; sampling and specimen preparation; the composition of concrete; the appearance and textures of cementitious materials; examining deteriorated and damaged concrete; pre-cast and special concretes; Portland cement mortar, screeds, renders, and special cements; and non-Portland cementitious materials, plasters, and mortars.
The research results showed that nanoparticles due to higher specific surface area improve the resistance properties and water permeability of cement mortar than the micro-particles.
Peter Court AY AY A OU need a cement mortar repair to the pillars but never carry out a repair to stone with cement.
Peter Court AYOU need a cement mortar repair to the pillars but never carry out a repair to stone with cement.
The pipeline project, running between Wyodak and Moorcroft Wyoming, includes 22 miles of 42-inch diameter, cement mortar lined and polyurethane coated spiral welded steel pipe.
Eight keynote addresses consider such aspects as whether nanotechnology is the future of concrete polymer composites, remodeling deteriorated irrigation aqueducts using precast polymer concrete flume, and recent research on polymer-modified cement mortar in China.
This comprehensive repair system is comprised of a one-component structural cement mortar liner or the cement liner and a subsequent epoxy coating system.
This paper investigates the possibility of using different polymers in cement mortar to produce thermal resistant mortar.
Modern buildings, with their highly-insulated cavity brick and block walls, use a sand and cement mortar between the bricks and either gypsum plaster or plasterboard on the inside.
According to Udbashi, the cement mortar has also been eroded away by the river water passing under the bridge, although not even a year has passed since the project was completed.