6 edition of Structural lightweight aggregate concrete found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John L. Clarke.|
|Contributions||Clarke, John L., 1941-|
|LC Classifications||TA439 .S88 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||93012642|
normalweight sand, a wide range of concrete densities may be obtained. Aggregates for structural lightweight concrete usually have a top size of minus 3/4 in. or minus 1/2 in. Most lightweight concretes use a lightweight coarse aggregate 3/4 in. to #4 mesh (1/2 - #8) with ordinary sand, minus #4 mesh (minus mm), however other combinations of. Concrete, Lightweight Aggregate. the most common type of concrete, in which lightweight aggregate is used as the coarse filler, cement (more rarely, gypsum, lime, synthetic resins) is used as the binder, and open sand or compact sand (for example, quartz sand) is used as the fine aggregate.
However, none have been specifically developed or adapted for structural lightweight aggregate concrete (SLWAC). In this context, the main purpose of this study was to develop a new simple model to predict the thermal conductivity of SLWAC, taking into account the volume fraction and thermal characteristics of each phase and an empirical factor. This is a comprehensive book that considers all aspects of lightweight aggregates and lightweight aggregate concrete. The authors begin with a brief overview of the historical use of lightweight aggregate concrete, both naturally occurring and artificial, from ancient times to the present.
The guide summarizes the present state of technology, presents and interprets the data on lightweight-aggregate concrete from many laboratory studies and the accumulated experience resulting from its successful use, and reviews performance of structural lightweight aggregate concrete in service. C/CM Test Method for Determining Density of Structural Lightweight Concrete. C Test Method for Iron Staining Materials in Lightweight Concrete Aggregates. C/CM Test Method for Resistance of Concrete to Rapid Freezing and Thawing. C/CM Practice for Reducing Samples of Aggregate to Testing Size. D75/D75M Practice for Sampling.
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Lightweight aggregate concrete is undergoing something of a renaissance. Although this material has been available for many years, only now is it being used more widely. This book provides a comprehensive review of this growing field from an international perspective.
Lightweight aggregate concrete is undergoing something of a renaissance. Although this material has been available for many years, only now is it being used more widely. This book provides a comprehensive review of this growing field from an international s: 1.
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Book Publisher: E & FN a.r., studied about "application of pumice aggregate in structural lightweight concrete based on different mix using combination of pumice fine and coarse aggregate.
T.W. Bremner, in Developments in the Formulation and Reinforcement of Concrete, Structural applications. Lightweight aggregates can be used to make high strength concrete and designers have known this from their first introduction to concrete construction.
During the First World War designers of ships and barges used rotary kiln produced lightweight aggregates to make concrete. overview Structural lightweight concrete made with rotary kiln produced structural lightweight aggregate solves weight and durability problems in buildings and exposed structures.
Structural lightweight concrete has strengths comparable to normal weight concrete, yet is typically 25% to 35% lighter. Structural lightweight concrete offers design flexibility and substantial cost savings by. Publisher Summary. The production of lightweight aggregate concrete has been expanding to include all types ranging from no-fines concrete of low density, mainly for block production, to structural concrete with densities from to kg/m 3 and compressive strengths up to 80 MPa.
This chapter explains several techniques employed for the production of lightweight aggregate concrete. Guide for Structural Lightweight-Aggregate Concrete ACI R The guide summarizes the present state of technology.
It presents and interprets the data on lightweight-aggregate concrete from many laboratory studies, accumulated experience resulting from successful use, and the performance of structural lightweight-aggregate concrete in service.
This specification covers lightweight aggregates intended for use in structural concrete in which prime considerations are reducing the density while maintaining the compressive strength of the concrete. Procedures covered in this specification are not intended for job control of concrete.
Purchase Lightweight Aggregate Concrete - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNStructural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete. Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Lightweight aggregate concrete is undergoing something of a renaissance.
Although this material has been available for many years, only now is it being used more widely. This book provides a comprehensive review of this growing field from an international. This paper aims to investigate the structural behavior of reinforced lightweight concrete beams.
Attapulgite aggregate and crushed clay brick aggregate were used as coarse lightweight aggregate. Natural lightweight aggregates such as pumice [most widely used], scoria, volcanic cinders, tuff and diatomite. Or artificial aggregates or rotary kiln Lightweight Structural Cellular Concrete or High-Performance Cellular Concrete [HPCC] / Air-Entrained Aggregate Concrete.
It is shown that: (a) the compressive strength of lightweight-aggregate concrete depends upon the shape of the aggregate particles—the concrete tested with rounded aggregate (n = 040) had a compressive strength about 6 to 8 N/mm 2 greater than those with elongated form (length/thickness ratio 40); (b) the effective strength of lightweight.
Notes/Preview. Preview. Description. The guide summarizes the present state of technology, presents and interprets the data on lightweight-aggregate concrete from many laboratory studies and the accumulated experience resulting from its successful use, and reviews performance of structural lightweight aggregate concrete in service.
The w/cm ratio of structural lightweight concrete cannot be precisely determined because of the difficulty in determining the absorption of lightweight aggregate. Air content of structural lightweight concrete must be closely monitored and controlled to ensure.
Structural lightweight-aggregate concrete. London, Concrete Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Kennard Nesbit; Great Britain. Council for Codes of Practice for Buildings, Construction and Engineering Services. Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Performance (Sp) [Holm, Thomas A., Vaysburd, Alexander M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Performance (Sp)Cited by: 3. There are environmental, technical and commercial reasons why the increased use of lightweight aggregate for concrete should be encouraged in this country.
In this paper, arguments in favour of and factors acting against the more general use of the material are examined and it is suggested that a major stumbling block is confusion between straight forward lightweight aggregate concrete.
According to ASTM structural lightweight concretes compressive strength should be greater than psi (17 MPa). Lightweight concrete based on the method of production is classified as below. Lightweight aggregate concrete, Aerated concrete, No-fines concrete.
Out of this lightweight concrete and aerated concrete is more uses than no-fines concrete. Lightweight aggregates suitable for structural concrete may be natural materials such as pumice or scoria, or they may be processed aggregates such as expanded shales, clays, slates, and slags.
More porous than normalweight particles, lightweight aggregates that are not presaturated will absorb the water in the concrete mix.aggregate concrete met the criteria for structural lightweight concrete.
There was a cost savings of cedis and cedis per cubic meter of concrete with 30 percent and 50 percent palm kernel shells replacement of granite aggregates respectively. IJSER.