2 edition of Rain and air penetration performance of concrete blockwork found in the catalog.
Rain and air penetration performance of concrete blockwork
A. J. Rathbone
Bibliography: p. 34.
|Series||Technical report / Cement and Concrete Association -- 553, Technical reports (Cement and Concrete Association) -- 553|
|Contributions||Cement and Concrete Association.|
|LC Classifications||TA440 R3 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Air Permeability and Thermal Performance of Concrete Block Wall Sections Rachel Becker, PhD Rachel Becker is an associate professor in the Faculty of Civil and Environm ental Engineering, and Head of the Physical Performance of Build - ings Division at the National Building Research Institute, Technion—Israel Institute of Technology.
Keywords: resistance to water penetration, performance, structural masonry INTRODUCTION The new Performance standard NBR () of the Brazilian Building Code is in the approval phase and in its Part 4 establishes test methods to assess the resistance to rain water penetration of external structural masonry Size: 1MB.
Air-entrained concrete is produced using air-entraining portland cement, or by the introduction of air-entraining agents, under careful engineering supervision, as the concrete is mixed on the job. The amount of entrained air is usually between four and seven percent of the volume of the concrete, but may be varied as required by special.
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High-performance concrete. Concrete Masonry andoo 2 (Click this to return to Contents) Contents (Click on title to go to subject) 1 Principal Differences between Blockwork and Brickwork 1 2 Block Coding System 2 3 Mortar and Mortar Joints 6 4 Corner Bonding 8 5 Engaged Piers 9 6 Modular Planning 10 7 Estimating Data 14 8 Control Joints 14 9 Articulated Designs (or Panel Construction) Performance criteria for walling Structural strength and stability 10 Durability 10 Rain penetration through masonry walls 70 Efflorescence on concrete masonry 71 Good laying practice illustrated 74 A concrete masonry unit is a preformed building unit.
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Strength, durability, fire- energy performance are presented. strength at Non-air-entrained Air-entrained 28 days, MPa concrete concrete 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 Table (Metric). Relationship Between Water to Cementitious Material Ratio and Compressive Strength of Concrete. to concrete masonry provide excellent protection from water penetration, ensuring protection for building contents and comfort for occupants.
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Title: Tests Of The Resistance Of Concrete Masonry Walls To The Penetration Of Rain Author(s): R. Copeland and C. Carlson Publication: Journal Proceedings Volume: 32 Issue: 3 Appears on pages(s): Keywords: none Date: 3/1/ Abstract: Leaky masonry walls persist today as one of the most perplexing problems in the construction of masonry structures.
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wide, 48 in. high and 4, 8 and I2 in. thick were ex- posed to a simulated wind-driven rain and the rate of moisture penetration was determined. Construction types included cast-in-place concrete and unit mas- onry of brick, concrete block and tile and combina- tions thereof.Concrete materials such as cement, sand, aggregates, and other admixtures play an important role in maintaining the air-void system in concrete.
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