Mixture Proportioning of Concrete


Mixture proportioning refers to selection of the proper amount of ingredients to make a batch of concrete. Selecting concrete proportions involves a balance between economy and requirements for placeability, strength, durability, density, and appearance. The required characteristics are governed by how the concrete will be used and by conditions expected to be encountered at the time of placement.

JOURNAL Articles ON MIXTURE PROPORTIONING OF CONCRETE

Development of In-Situ Test Methods for Evaluating Printable Concretes

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 11/14/2023

Linking Concrete Rheology to Strength: Sustainability Model Approach

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 7/1/2023

Policy-Making Framework for Performance-Based Concrete Specifications

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 1/1/2023

A New Mixture Proportioning Method for Performance- Based Concrete

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 3/1/2022

A Summary of Factors Affecting Concrete Salt-Scaling Performance

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 5/1/2020

Impact of Materials, Proportioning, and Curing on Ultra- High-Performance Concrete Properties

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 1/1/2020

Investigation of Reactivity of Fly Ash and Its Effect on Mixture Properties

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 7/1/2019

Effects of Mixture Proportioning, Curing, and Finishing on Concrete Surface Hardness

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 3/1/2019

An Innovative Approach to Concrete Mixture Proportioning

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 9/1/2018

Factorial Design and Optimization of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete with Lightweight Sand

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 1/1/2018

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Practice oriented papers and articles ON MIXTURE PROPORTIONING OF CONCRETE

Data-Driven Decision-Making to Inform Sustainable Performance-Based Specifications

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 7/1/2022

Assessment of Properties of Low Cement Content Paste Using Interparticle Separation as an Insight on Fresh State

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 4/22/2021

Effect of Morphological Characteristics on the Viscosity of Cementitious Materials: Optimization of the Rheological Behavior of Ternary Cements

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 4/22/2021

Macro-Mechanical Models for Evaluation of the Elastic Modulus of Recycled Aggregate Concrete

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 8/10/2018

Considerations of Sustainability in the Mixture Proportioning of Concrete for Strength and Durability

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 8/10/2018

RECLAIMED ASPHALT PAVEMENT AS AGGREGATE IN PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2017

Flexural Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams Incorporating Coarse Recycled Concrete Aggregate

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2017

Sustainability And High-Performance Of Concrete – A Review

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 9/1/2015

Performance-Based Proportioning

Publication: Concrete International
Date: 8/1/2015

Microspheres-Based Admixture for Free-Thaw Durability of Concrete

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 6/1/2015

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