48 water-cement ratio specimens exhibiting 3,300- to 4,600-psi and 4,800-to 7,000-psi compressive strength characteristics, respectively, in 7-day and 28-day tests.
What does W/C stand for?
W/C stands for Water-Cement Ratio (concrete mix design)
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Water-cement ratio was constant for all prepared mixes (Table 1).
Dosac Lite stores only one program, precisely repeating the water-cement ratio and mixing time batch after batch, for as long as water and grout are available.
The use of concrete with a reduced water-cement ratio improves the corrosion performance of both conventional and ECR in uncracked concrete but has little effect in cracked concrete.
The shrinkage of concrete is mainly affected by the type of cement, aggregate, water-cement ratio, chemical admixtures, pozzolans, duration of moist curing, size of members, relative humidity, and curing time.
Based on initial assessment, sampling and testing of the concrete may include determination of compressive strength, carbonation depth, air and chloride content, and water-cement ratio.
Preparing dense and impermeable concrete by reducing water-cement ratio can prevent the reinforcement corrosion [7,14,15,16,17].
Other variables in this phase include water-cement ratio (ranging from 0.