Items tagged with COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH Files

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Lightweight aggregates for railway embankments - Resistance to cyclic compressive loading (NT BUILD 503)

NT BUILD 503

  • The method specifies the procedures for the determination of the compressive deformation of lightweight aggregates during a fatigue test carried out with cyclic compressive load. The method is primarily designed for aggregates to be used in railway embankments and is applicable for lightweight aggregates and recycled aggregates with maximum particle size 32 mm.

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Lightweight aggregates: Compressibility and compressive strength after compaction by vibration (NT BUILD 498)

NT BUILD 498

  • The method specifies the procedure for the determination of the compressibility of light weight aggregates. The test is applicable for light weight aggregates and recycled aggregates of up to 32 mm maximum size.

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Mortar, hardened: Compressive strength by indentation tests (NT BUILD 440)

NT BUILD 440

  • This NORDTEST draft specifies a method for estimating the compressive strength of small mortar specimens. The method is especially suitable for specimens of set mortar cut from masonry structures.

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Concrete, hardened: Compressive strength – accelerated curing for 24 hours (NT BUILD 206)

NT BUILD 206

  • The NORDTEST method is intended for the determination of the compressive strength of test specimens at 24 hours age after they have been made subject to heat curing.

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Concrete, hardened: Compressive strength of test specimens (NT BUILD 203)

NT BUILD 203

  • This NORDTEST method is intended for the determination of the compressive strength of cast or drilled test specimens of hardened concrete made with normally existing rock-type aggregate.

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