- published: 12 Dec 2016
- views: 12309
Concrete is a composite material composed of coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement which hardens over time. Most concretes used are lime-based concretes such as Portland cement concrete or concretes made with other hydraulic cements, such as ciment fondu. . Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7eMdkXyqdVqwq8NG_uH5eA?sub_confirmation=1
In this Video Lecture you are able to Learn Grade of Concrete in detail To Read Articles :www.civilglobal.com Part -1 Video Lecture : https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&vide... In This channel You can Learn about Civil Engineering Update Videos which are using generally in civil Engineering. So please subscribe our channel for daily Update Civil Engineering. If you have any questions. Feel free to contact me. My Facebook ID https://web.facebook.com/samiullahsta... Website:www.civilglobal.com Facebook page: https://web.facebook.com/civilenginee... _________________________________________________________________ Quantity of Cement , sand and Aggregate in Concrete. New Video Lecture Billing of Quantity https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&vide... _________________________...
Adrian Brugger, a civil engineer at Columbia's Carleton Laboratory, demonstrates the difference in protection between concrete structures with and without steel reinforcement, in this web exclusive. Subscribe for more from Engineering Disasters and other great HISTORY shows: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=historychannel Find out more about the show on our site: http://www.history.com/shows/engineering-disasters?cmpid=Social_YouTube_EnDisasters Stream full episodes here: http://www.history.com/shows/engineering-disasters/videos?cmpid=Social_YouTube_EnDisastersVid Check out exclusive HISTORY content: Website - http://www.history.com?cmpid=Social_YouTube_HistHome Twitter - https://twitter.com/history Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/History Google+ - https://plus.g...
Disclaimer: This video is here for educational purpose & is exclusive property of Portland Cement Association (PCA). You must not reproduce or distribute it without written permission from PCA [http://www.cement.org]. Get a candid look at ten popular, but mistaken ideas that still exist in concrete construction. Using examples, interviews, and demonstrations, this revealing video from the Portland Cement Association exposes and explains the most common misconceptions associated with the cement and concrete industry. The video is designed as an educational training tool for workers of all experience levels. Portland Cement Association © 2005
Honeycombs in concrete are voids found in finished concretes owing largely to poor compaction effort.Low work ability of concrete mix creates honeycombs as well. They shall be treated in a systematic way so that the strength and the durability of concrete structure are not effected.This video presents the introduction,reasons, resulting effects and a systematic remedial measure to treat honeycombs in concrete structures.
http://stairs4u.com/glossary/c.htm Click on this link and visit our stairway glossary today. Watch this video to learn more about problems and builders face with concrete stairways. Sometimes all it takes as little more rebar or a little more soil compaction and a little more concrete, to make a stairway that will last for many years. For more information about stair building, visit our website today.
The use of concrete as a building material goes back all the way to the Roman Empire, and maybe even further than that. It is hugely important in our society nowadays, and builds practically anything, from bridges to highrises in the city. However, the production of concrete has a large impact on our environment: it is the second largest producer of CO2, and is responsible for emitting up to 5% of global CO2 emissions. This is not the only problem we're facing in our modern world: the waste production in many other industries is growing, and means our landfills are quickly filling up and valuable resources get lost. At the Faculty of Civil Engineering, the geopolymer team is working towards solving this ecological catastrophe. They are researching a type of concrete that uses waste and b...
The concrete slump test is an empirical test that measures workability of fresh concrete.The test measures consistency of concrete in that specific batch. It is performed to check consistency of freshly made concrete. Consistency refers to the ease with which concrete flows. It is used to indicate degree of wetness.
Bleeding is one form of segregation, where water comes out to the surface of the concrete, being lowest specific gravity among all the ingredients of concrete. Bleeding can be easily identified in the field by the appearance of a thin layer of water in the top surface of freshly mixed concrete
Prestressed concrete is a method for overcoming concrete's natural weakness in tension. It can be used to produce beams, floors or bridges with a longer span than is practical with ordinary reinforced concrete. Prestressing tendons (generally of high tensile steel cable or rods) are used to provide a clamping load which produces a compressive stress that balances the tensile stress that the concrete compression member would otherwise experience due to a bending load. Traditional reinforced concrete is based on the use of steel reinforcement bars, rebars, inside poured concrete. Video by Elecosoft plc: http://www.eleco.com/
An investigation into the greatest man-made structures of all time, exploring how new materials and construction techniques have allowed engineers, builders and architects to work to the limits of their ability. The series focuses on the buildings that re-wrote the rulebook, and the architects, engineers and builders who made the impossible possible. Content Provided by TVF International. Any queries please contact us at email@example.com Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos - https://goo.gl/LIrlur
DICAD - STRAKON -- The world's best CAD system for concrete reinforcement - Construction engineering - Building construction - Structural precast parts - Unitized precast parts - 2D/3D CAD system for detailing
REQUIRED MATERIAL for 1m3 concrete frequently asked question in civil interview.......... guys plz subscribe my channel and like my page on facebook facebook :-https://www.facebook.com/SITEENGINEERPANDAT/ INSTAGRAM :- site_engineering
Welcome to Cefci(E5) Civil Engineering for Construction Informatics Facebook Page: CSI ETABS Civil Engineer http://bit.ly/2mOpD7t Please like and share to get more videos tutorials Subscribe Our YouTube Channel to get more Videos Update Relating to Structural Detailing, Structural Modeling, Analysis and Design Software. Watch more for ETABS-Cantilevered Steel Truss Design 02/02 http://bit.ly/2nAuTeJ Watch more for CSI SAFE-Analysis & Design of Slab with Beam http://bit.ly/2k1Se8a Watch more for ETABS-Design of Tall Building 03/03 http://bit.ly/2lJCoDt Watch more for ETABS-Steel Truss Factory Structure-01/02 http://bit.ly/2njyoda Watch more for ETABS-Spiral Stair Modeling http://bit.ly/2ivMJMU Find us on Website: http://bit.ly/2lT1mwg Find us on Google+: http://bit.ly/2n6jW42 Fi...
https://goo.gl/KDThpo Learning concrete does not need to be boring. My new iBook covers all the different aspects of concrete engineering (including history of concrete, constituents of concrete, properties of fresh and hardened concrete, mix design, durability of concrete structures, sustainability of concrete) in an engaging way using the power of iBook. Photographs of real life structures and illustrations are widely used throughout the book to aid learning and also to give context to the materials presented. Interactive quizzes makes the readers engaged and help deep learning.
How to Calculate Cement, Sand and Aggregate Quantity in Concrete This is most common method to calculate material requirement for cement concrete. In this tutorial, you will learn the process of I have made the steps and I have calculated the quantity of materials. I will explain you it in detail. The volume of PCC to be done is considered as 10 cubic meter which is to be done with M15 grade of concrete whose proportion is 1:2:4. This channel contains technical lectures on "Civil Engineering" from personal field experience. Watch videos and playlist from the field of Civil Engineering. Subscribe to our channel and get connected. You can also find us in facebook. Like us and get connected for latest updates from our civil engineering websites. For More Videos, like Facebook Page And S...