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The process of relative proportions of cement, sand, coarse aggregate and water, so as to RECOMMENDED FOR YOU obtain a concreteHOT WEATHER CONCRETING proportioning of concrete. of desired quality is known as the The proportions of coarse aggregate, cement and water should be such that the resulting concrete has the following properties:

1. When concrete is fresh, it should have enough workability so that it can be placed in the formwork economically. 2. The concrete must possess maximum density or in the other words, it should be strongest and most water-tight. 3. The cost of materials and labour required to form concrete should be minimum.

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The determination of the proportions of cement, aggregates and water to obtain the required strengths shall be made as follows: a) By desigining the concrete mix, such concrete shall be called design mix concrete, or b) By adopting nominal mix, such concrete shall be called nominal mix concrete.

Design mix concrete is preferred to nominal mix. Concrete of each grade shall be analysed separately to determine its standard deviation.

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Standard Deviation Where, = deviation of the individual test strength from the average strength of n samples.

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The general expression for the proportions of cement, sand and coarse aggregate is 1 : n : 2n by volume. 1 : 1 : 2 and 1 : 1.2 : 2.4 for very high strength. 1 : 1.5 : 3 and 1 : 2 : 4 for normal works. 1 : 3 : 6 and 1 : 4 : 8 for foundations and mass concrete works. Recommended Mixes of Concrete The concrete as per IS 456: 2000, the grades of concrete lower than M20 are not to be used in RCC work. M10 M15 M20 M25 1:3:6 1:2:4 1 : 1.5 : 3 1:1:2

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(2) Fineness Modulus Method: The term fineness modulus is used to indicate an index number which is roughly proportional to the average size of the particle in the entire quantity of aggregates. The fineness modulus is obtained by adding the percentage of weight of the material retained on the following sieve and divided by 100. The coarser the aggregates, the higher the fineness modulus. Sieve is adopted for: All aggregates : 80 mm, 40 mm, 20 mm, 10 mm, and Nos. 480, 240, 120, 60, 30 and 15. Coarse aggregates : mm, 40 mm, 20 mm, 10 mm, and No. 480. Fine aggregates : Nos. 480, 240, 120, 60, 30 and 15. Proportion of the fine aggregate to the combined aggregate by weight

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Where, P = desired fineness modulus for a concrete mix of fine and coarse aggregates. = fineness modulus of fine aggregate = fineness modulus of coarse aggregate. (3) Minimum Void Method (Does not give satisfactory result) The quantity of sand used should be such that it completely fills the voids of coarse aggregate. Similarly, the quantity of cement used shown such that it fills the voids of sand, so that a dense mix the minimum voids is obtained. In actual practice, the quantity of fine aggregate used in the mix is about 10% more than the voids in the coarse aggregate and the quantity of cement is kept as about 15% more than the voids in the fine aggregate. (4) Maximum Density Method: (Not very Popular)

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Where, D = maximum size of aggregate (i.e. coarse aggregate) P = percentage of material finer than diameter d (by weight) d = maximum size of fine aggregate. A box is filled with varying proportions of fine and coarse aggregates. The proportion which gives heaviest weight is then adopted. (5) Water Cement Ratio Method: According to the water cement ratio law given by Abram as a result of many experiments, the strength of well compacted concrete with good workability is dependent only on the ratio.

The lower water content produces stiff paste having greater binding property and hence the lowering the water-

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cement ratio within certain limits results in the increased strength. Similarly, the higher water content increases the workability, but lower the strength of concrete. The optimum water-cement ratio for the concrete of required compressive strength is decided from graphs and expressions developed from various experiments. Amount of water less than the optimum water decreases the strength and about 10% less may be insufficient to ensure complete setting of cement. An increase of 10% above the optimum may decrease the strength approximately by 15% while an increase in 50% may decrease the strength to one-half. According to Abrams Law water-cement law, lesser the water-cement ratio in a workable mix greater will be the strength. If water cement ratio is less than 0.4 to 0.5, complete hydration will not be secured. Some practical values of water cement ratio for structure reinforced concrete

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