cementitious mixture

cementitious mixture

A mixture of mortar, concrete, or grout that contains hydraulic cement.
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The content of the cementitious mixture used in the mass concrete will also have an impact on temperatures within those placements.
As mentioned before, the low w/c cementitious mixture may experience greater autogenous shrinkage, as well as drying and thermal contraction in the early-age.
The effectiveness of plasticising of cementitious mixtures, which is an important technological indicator in the processes of concreting and transporting, must be evaluated as a percentage change in viscosity by adding a certain dosage of plasticising admixtures.
The drying shrinkage of the cementitious mixtures is determined by the content of the water in the mixture.
The drying shrinkage of the cementitious mixtures depends on the effectiveness of plasticising of the plasticising admixtures.
Carrasquillo, "Rheological performance and compressive strength of superplasticized cementitious mixtures with micro/nanoSi[O.sub.2] additions," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
[12] "Standard Specification for Silica Fume Used in Cementitious Mixtures ASTM International," ASTM Standard C1240/C618M15 (2015), West Conshohocken, Pa, USA, 2015, https://www.astm .org.
Yang, "Waste e-glass particles used in cementitious mixtures," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Published research has documented performance synergies of cementitious mixtures With finely ground limestone (particle sizes generally smaller than for cement), especially in combination with certain supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs), the authors affirm, adding, "Time of setting and strength development benefits are reported, generally in proportion to limestone fineness.
Nantung, Office of Research and Development, Indiana Department of Transportation, in their paper, Potential Issues with Generation and Stability of Air-Void System due to Incompatibility of Components in Plain and Fly Ash Cementitious Mixtures.