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4 MPa, then, together with the increase in lightweight aggregate content, the compressive strength decreases proportionally from 0.
Concrete composed of 50% CFB OSA and 50% PF OSA has the highest compressive strength at 5[degrees]C.
8 shows that flexural strength reduces with the increasing content of the fibres when temperature is lower than 1000[degrees]C, as well as in the case with the compressive strength.
The UDD associated to the compressive strength variable is more fitted to the case then Gaussian one.
Variation of Residual Compressive strength with apparent porosity
4: Rebound, UPV and Compressive Strength values for cubes at different Temperatures S.
Addition of fibres has marginal improvement on the compressive strength when compared to the plain concrete.
The technique presented in this paper uses small-diameter cores to evaluate the compressive strength of the wood along the fibers.
Conventional 28-day compressive strength tests conducted on concrete cylinders respectively yielded 35, 62, 84 and 92 Mpa for 45, 65, 90 and 100 Mpa concretes.
It increases compressive strength up to 40 percent and flexural strength up to 20 percent.
Primary project variables were pavement age, climate, traffic (4 to 23 million equivalent single-axle loads [ESALs]), distress levels and types, joint spacing, and compressive strength.