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Mechanical Properties of Concrete

Type Project Topics
Faculty Engineering, Environment & Technology
Course Civil Engineering
Price ₦3,000
Key Features:
No of Chapters: 5
No of Pages: 129
The main aim of the research is to study the mechanical properties of concrete and their effects on concrete stability and failure.
He fractures mechanical properties in particular uniaxial tensile strength Ft, young’s modules Eo and fractures energy Gf as sell as the shape of the stress-strain and the stress- deformation relation were investigated for high strength and normal strength concrete. In order to analyzed the failure mechanism of the entire fracture cement pasture and cement paste aggregative interface) were calculated on the basis of the optical measurement and meso and micro level, respectively. These data showed a clear correlation with the fracture properties of the concretes investigated.

The researcher that the mechanical properties of concrete is dependent on the quality of the individual ingredients size, shape, texture, and grading of aggregate affect the mechanical properties of concrete. Rough textured and irregular shape- aggregated produced concrete with good mechanical properties. The use of moist aggregates enhances internal curing which promotes the hydration of cement and thereby, enhancing the properties of the concrete.
Table of Content:
Title page
Table of contents
List of tables
Chapter one
1.1 introduction
1.2 aim of research
1.3 1.3 scope and limitation
Chapter two
Literature review
2.1 history of concrete
2.2 properties of concrete
2.2.1 strength
2.2.2 prodcuiton of concrete
2.2.3 types of concrete
Chapter three
Mechanical behavior of concrete
3.1 factors affecting mechanical properties of concrete
3.1.1 elasticity
3.1.2 temperature effects
3.1.3 shrinkage in concrete
3.1.5 types of shrinkage in concrete
3.17 creep
3.18 curing (external curing and internal curing of interface)
3.1.9 aggregates factors.
3.2.0 water content
3.2.1 Fracture mechanisms
3.2.2 Fracture mechanical experiments
3.2.3 Quantification of the condition of the fractures surface.
3.2.4 Discussion of the experimental results
4.1 testing for compressive strength
4.2 factors affecting the measured compressive strength
4.3 tensile strength
4.4 bond between concrete and reinforcements
4.5 mondulus of flasticity
4.6 triaxial strength
4.7 accelerated test
4.8 assessment of concrete quality
4.9 non destructive quality test.
Chapter five
5.1 summary
5.2 recommendations
Ft= tensile stress
E0= modules of elasticity
Etu= strain
Ftn= net tensile strength
Cf= fracture energy.
Ich= characteristic length
RS= roughness
CP= cement paste.
HSC= High strength concrete
NSH = Normal strength concrete
D gs = factual dimensions
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