cement stone

cement rock, cement stone

A clayey limestone whose percentage composition of alumina, lime, and silica is about that of cement; may be used without the addition of other earth materials.
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Fracture of cement stone occurs as a result of tensile stress of fiber which subsequently transfers the substrate through the adhesive force aims at limiting the expansion to fracture.
The shrinkage deformation of the cement stone is several times higher than the shrinkage of the concrete aggregates.
Thus, the fine-grained structure with high homogeneity is characterized by increase of the integrated strength between aggregate and cement stone and decrease of specific stress in the contact area.