hydraulic cement


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hydraulic cement

[hī′drȯ·lik si′ment]
(materials)
Cement that hardens in the presence of water.

hydraulic cement

A cement that hardens under water. See cement, 2.
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[19] KSL 5108: 2007, "Testing method for setting time of hydraulic cement by vicat needle," Bureau of Korean standard, Seoul, South Korea, 2007.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) have approved the method as test number TP6O-00, "Standard Test Method for the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Hydraulic Cement Concrete." It is included in the 2000 edition of AASHTO Provisional Standards.
Other papers are devoted to more particular matters -- the hammer-beam roof over Westminster Hall, iron reinforcement in the Louvre, John Smeaton's use of hydraulic cement in the Eddystone lighthouse, and ribbed vaults and squinch arches in cathedrals.
For some strange reason the complex engineering plans did not include any directions for procuring hydraulic cement, soon needed to build the locks, aqueducts and the towpath side of the canal waterway.
The ruling Tuesday settled the dispute as to whether Rock Hard Cement ought to be classified as 'Building cement (grey)' and be charged a CARICOM tax of 15 per cent when imported into the region, or as 'Other hydraulic cement' in which case a levy of 0-5 per cent would be payable.
A Society member since 2006, he was recognized for his role in promoting substantial revisions to an ASTM guide for approximating the ideal amount of sulfur trioxide in hydraulic cement. Niemuth has held his current position since 2016, having previously served as an associate technical sales representative, technical services engineer, and senior product specialist with Lafarge North America.
roughen the inside and outside surface area of the orifices in the riser prior to application of hydraulic cement for better adhesion.
The flow cone used in this study is for the hydraulic cement grout flow test regulated in KS F 4044 method.
[7] ASTM C114-97a, Standard Methods for Chemical Analysis of Hydraulic Cement. 2000.
The committee honored Norris for his many technical and administrative contributions, particularly in the development of standards for hydraulic cement. A member of ASTM International and C01 since 1983, he has contributed to the development and revision of more than 30 C01 cement standards, and was the primary author of ASTM C1565, Standard Test Method for Determination of Pack-Set Index of Portland Cement.
When you're fastening posts, poles, large bolts or rebar to concrete, drill an oversize hole and fill it with hydraulic cement. Hydraulic cement creates an extremely strong and weatherproof bond.
Cementitious grouts were mixed in the laboratory using 8 liters mechanical mixer with varying speed, in accordance to the ASTM C 30599: Standard Practice for Mechanical Mixing of Hydraulic Cement Pastes and Mortars of Plastic Consistency [7].