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admixture

A mixture, combination.

ad·mix·ture

(ad'miks-chŭr)
A product of combining two or more substances.
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Physical characteristics of admixtures Specific Specific surface gravity Blaine Admixture Designation (kg/[m.
The drivers identified for the concrete admixtures demand are growing infrastructure requirements in developing economies, improving economics of construction, and shifting preferences of population towards urbanization.
Technical and economic conditions of cement substances modification with selected chemical admixtures.
Growing concrete consumption in India, coupled with increasing use of superplasticizers, is expected to positively impact naphthalene and PCE based admixtures market in the country.
Polycarboxylate esters not only disperse the material, but also active in the cement hydration process--the first two periods of hydration of the cement paste remain plastic and buried, might be regulated by chemical and mineral admixtures (Puertas et al.
To compare the influence of the admixtures used on the investigated properties of fresh and hardened self-compacting mortar mixes, M mortar without admixtures was made.
The new product line retains the distinctive qualities of all our other admixtures and additives when it comes to enhancing performance of concrete both during and after casting.
Since it is specified that the percentage of admixtures in concrete should not exceed 1.
DNAPrint has already filed patent applications on the use of digital photograph databases and databases of biographical data with BioGeographical Ancestry admixture data.
The predicted cement shortage presents a perfect opportunity for the concrete industry to utilize more mineral admixtures, such as fly-ash and slag, both produced from waste by-products of manufacturing," said Parnes.
This unit, which is totally automated and computer-controlled, has already been successfully applied to examining water movement during drying/curing of hydrating cement pastes and the influence of shrinkage-reducing admixtures on drying kinetics and the resultant moisture spatial distribution.
His surreal photos feature US-Latino cultural collisions: Mexican Beatles impersonators, Guatemalan Indians using Pepsi and Coke as holy water, and other unexpected admixtures (Grazer Kunstverein, Oct.