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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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In order to address this potential problem, some researchers have attempted to reduce the shrinkage of FRCC materials by incorporating shrinkage-reducing admixture (SRA) and expansive materials in the mix.
Global admixture manufacturers, especially those with operations in the Middle East, appear keen to capitalise on this growth.
Hard-Cem, the integral concrete hardening admixture developed by Cementec, provides concrete with unmatched resistance to abrasion and erosion.
Advances in admixture technology make durable concrete watertight, preventing water from reaching rebars, minimizing the risk of corrosion, and prolonging the life of a building.
Wang has worked in the admixture, concrete and cement industries.
Currently, emission of particulated material has been restricted by environmental codes, resulting in residues collected by filters (Kim, Park, & Kim, 2013), which, in turn, are used as a mineral admixture to Portland cement (Hekal, Abo-El-Enein, El-Korashy, Megahed, & El-Sayed, 2013).
"India concrete admixture market is dominated by PCE based admixtures due to their ability to provide relatively higher strength to concrete, durability to structures and reduce water consumption in construction materials as compared to naphthalene based concrete admixtures.
Based on these results, it could be concluded that both trials provide evidence of the need to develop and test pharmacogenetic-based, multiethnic dosing algorithms that are more comprehensive than those currently in use to draw valid conclusions and make adequate recommendations about the potential clinical utility of genotyping patients on warfarin, while also accounting for the admixture effect.
It also presented its tiling and screeds solutions, along with other technologies such as admixture and construction systems and waterproofing and flooring solutions.
However, air-entraining admixture is adsorbed by the unburned activated carbon in fly ash which reduces air-entraining capability of fly ash concrete [18,19].
The present study investigates the effects of compost admixture on water infiltration depth, water advance and recession phase of irrigation event in the field having loamy sand texture.
However, subsequent increasing of the air-entrained admixture decreases the diameter of flow of fresh mixes.