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concrete

(kŏn′krēt) (kŏn-krēt′) [L. concretus, solid]
Condensed, hardened, or solidified.
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Table 6 also shows that the fly ash binary cement concretes have higher depths of water penetration (and higher costs) than Portland cement concrete and that the positive effect of fly ash would only be felt at a replacement level of 55% FA.
The average strength of geopolymer concrete was 45.3 MPa, achieving the target strength and is higher than the average compressive strength of 39.49 of the 28 day-cured Portland cement concrete having the same mix design.
Released in November, the latest technical bulletin, Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation -- Guide for Diamond Grinding, recommends procedures for selecting, designing, and constructing diamond grinding projects for portland cement concrete pavements.
Coal fly ash use in portland cement concrete (PCC) was selected as a model system to develop an accelerated aging approach.
Researchers at FHWA have developed a precise method for determining the rate at which portland cement concrete (PCC) contracts and expands during temperature changes.
Unit prices for common excavation, bituminous concrete, and reinforcing steel decreased, while unit prices for portland cement concrete, structural steel, and structural concrete increased.
This report documents the entire portland cement concrete joint resealing study, including the installation of 31 unique joint seal treatments (i.e., combinations of sealant material and installation method) at five different test sites, the laboratory testing of experimental sealant materials, and the seven-year performance monitoring of the various joint seal treatments.

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