Ch. 3 - Materials

Ch. 3 - Materials - Ch. 3 - Materials Reading: Section 3-1:...

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1 Ch. 3 Slide Ch. 3 - Materials Reading: Section 3-1: Concrete Section 3-2: Behavior of Concrete Failing in Compression , pp. 41 and 42 Section 3-3: Factors Affecting Concrete Compressive Strength, pp. 49-52 Section 3-4: Strength Under Tensile and Multiaxial Loads, p. 56 to Eq. 3-12c on p. 59 Section 3-5: Stress-Strain Curve for Concrete in Compression, pp. 64-67 Section 3-6: Shrinkage: p. 71 and 1 st paragraph p. 72 Creep : p. 76 and 1 st paragraph p. 77 Restrained Creep : p. 81 Section 3-14: Reinforcement, pp. 90-93
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2 Ch. 3 Slide Composition of Concrete 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1 2 3 4 Mix proportions in kg / m 3 Coarse aggregate Fine aggregate Cement Water Portland cement + water Carbon silicate hydrate strength Carbon hydroxide pH 13
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3 Ch. 3 Slide Unit Weight of Concrete Normal weight: γ = 150 pcf (23.5 kN/m 3 ) Lightweight concrete: between γ = 90 and 120 pcf (14 to 19 kN/m 3 ) 15 stories high
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4 Ch. 3 Slide Strain or Stress ε 1 ε 3 Concrete Compressive Strength 0 0 ε 1 ε 3
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