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20 Advantages And Disadvantages of Concrete As a Construction Material

Advantages And Disadvantages of Concrete As a Construction Material Following are the 20 advantages and disadvantages of concrete:   Advantages of Concrete 1. Concrete ingredients(cement, aggregate, water) are easy to get at any place. 2. The ingredients of concrete can be transported effortlessly anywhere. 3. Mixing and placing of concrete are easy. 4. Workability of concrete can be …

Causes of Deterioration of Concrete

Causes of Deterioration of Concrete Deterioration of concrete is caused due to the influence of both external and internal agencies. The external or environmental agencies causing the deterioration of concrete includes: Weathering. Attack by natural or industrial liquids and gases. Acids in the form of water solution. Fertilizers, insecticides and certain organic compounds. Attack by …

4 Difference Between Air-entrained and Lightweight Concrete

Difference Between Air-entrained and Lightweight Concrete Following are the 4 difference between air-entrained concrete and lightweight Concrete: Air entrained Concrete 1. The concrete which is made by mixing a small quantity of air-entraining agent or using air-entraining cement is called air-entrained concrete. 2. It is made by mixing a small quantity of air-entraining agent or using …