cement paste

cement paste

[si′ment ‚pāst]
(materials)
A mixture of cement and water, hardened or unhardened.

cement paste

A mixture of cement and water.
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The lower the water/cement ratio, the higher its compressive strength, and the better the bonding of the cement paste to the reinforcing bars.
They also had satisfactory petrographic analysis--meaning there was adequate bonding between the cement paste matrix and the aggregate under microscopic examination.
The 16 selected and refereed papers discuss recent developments in mechanical engineering such as mechanical and microstructural properties of cement paste incorporating nanometer silica particles with various specific surface areas, monitoring corrosion in the marine environment using wavelet description, chip damage risk in thermosonic wire bonding, the free-vibration characteristics of thermally loaded rectangular plates, structure-property relationship in burn collagen reinforcing musculo-skeletal tissues, and an experimental approach to the biomechanical characterization of a cervical corporectory using porcine specimens.
2] nanoparticles to hardened cement paste increases the compressive strength and bond strength of paste-aggregate interface more than silica fume addition which means because of Si[O.
Equal to stubborn, aged mix and cement paste build up on mixer trucks, plant equipment and other process area surfaces, the "Inside-Out" 2X Heavy Duty Concrete Dissolving Agent is free of caustince, abrasives, and hydrochloric, muriatic, citric, sulfuric, hydrofluoric or phosphoric acids.
2007), a lower strength of cement paste and an increased proportion of fine particles in the concrete recyclate (Skopan 2006).
The maximum amount corresponding to the framework agreement: cement additives required for 5000 m3 cement paste for T 100 A C, 800 m3 spacer.
Class 1--Micro cracking at the interface between the fine aggregate ([empty set] [less than or equal to] 2 mm) and the cement paste.
To start with, random points are generated in the model cement paste, which is expressed by 'double random' in the name of the approach.
Thus, it would be desirable to have a premixed cement paste, prepared in advance using a well controlled process, that is stable in the package and hardens only after being placed in the defect.
The structure and composition of cement paste determines the durability of concrete structure.