structural concrete

structural concrete

[′strək·chə·rəl ‚kȧŋ′krēt]
(materials)
A special type of concrete that is capable of carrying a structural load or forming an integral part of a structure.

structural concrete

1. Concrete, of a specified quality, which is used to carry a structural load or to form an integral part of a structure.
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