PROJECT TOPIC :THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE MADE FROM VARIOUS AGGREGATE
CHAPTERS: Chapter 1 – 5
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Keywords:THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE MADE FROM VARIOUS AGGREGATE
The work has gone a long way in determining strength of concrete made of various aggregates such as granites stone, black gravel, washed gravel and surface gravel.
Some factors such as porosity of the aggregate temperature coursing lose of water plate form for mixing of concrete mix affect the workability and eventually the strength of concrete.
This project work consist of using hydraulic machine to carryout the compressive test of the strength of concrete made of the earlier mentioned aggregated. From the result obtain, it is quite clear that their strength are not the same. The result also reflect the strength of aggregate since their strength can be directly determined.
The finishing from these works show the strength of these aggregates and also reflect the standard of work that these aggregate can be used for concreting.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.2 Project objective
1.3 Particle sized distribution
2.2 Testing of cubes
3.1 Discussion of result
3.3 Conclusion and recommendation
Retaining walls are structures used in providing stability for earth or materials where conditions do not give room for the material to assume its natural slope and are mostly used to hold back soil banks, coal or over, piles and water.
Retaining walls are distinguished from aone another based on the method of achieving stability.
There are six type of retaining walls and are:
i. The gravity wall
ii. The cantilever wall
iii. The counterfort retaining wall
iv. Buttressed retaining wall
v. The crib walls
vi. Semi-gravity wall
Bridge abutments are often retaining walls with using wall extension to retain the approach fill and provide protection against erosion. They differ in two major respect from the usual retaining walls.
i. They carry and reactions from the bridge span.
ii. They are restrained at the top so that on active earth pressure is unlikely to develop.
Foundation walls of building residential construction and retaining walls, whose function is to contain the earth of the basement. Retaining walls are required to be of adequate proportion to resist over turning and sliding as wall as being structurally a proportion to resist over turning and sliding as wall as being structurally adequate.
Keywords: THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE MADE FROM VARIOUS AGGREGATE