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This was due largely to the high compressive strength of concrete.
Compressive strengths are usually reported in relationship to a specific technical standard.
Compressive strength measures the pushing force that one needs to break a material.
When the limit of compressive strength is reached, materials are crushed.
In general, the compressive strength of the material is proportional to its density.
While compared to its compressive strength, concrete is weak in tension.
Compressive strength develops over a period of 28 days, similar to Portland cement.
All concrete will crack independent of whether or not it has sufficient compressive strength.
It was found that decreasing acetylation created an increase in compressive strength.
The compressive strength of the material would correspond to the stress at the red point shown on the curve.
Therefore, it is a trade-off between cost saving benefits and the loss in compressive strength.
Compressive strength is widely used for specification requirement and quality control of concrete.
There is no standardized test for compressive strength.
By reference to the conversion chart, the rebound value can be used to determine the compressive strength.
It has good translucency and universal yellow shade, with early high compressive strength.
Accelerators - Reduces setting time and increases the rate of compressive strength build up.
Excessive temperatures cause a drop in the Compressive strength due to the "crossover" effect.
One can increase the compressive stress until compressive strength is reached.
Geofoam is up to 50 times lighter that other traditional fills with similar compressive strengths.
Compressive strength for materials is generally higher than their tensile strength.
Mud is plastic when wet and provides compressive strength when dried.
The effect of the radial component, which produces direct compressive strength, is neglected.
Concrete has relatively high compressive strength, but much lower tensile strength.
Compressive strength testing is carried out at fixed moments, typically 3, 7, and 28 days after mortar preparation.
Recent tests have recorded compressive strengths of up to 70 MPa.