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EFFECT OF BATCHING METHODS ON THE FRESH AND

The effect of w/c ratio on the workability of concrete batched by mass and volume are also shown in Table 1. In both method of batching, the slump of concrete increased with increase in w/c ratio with concrete batched by mass giving higher slump at all w/c ratios. The variation in the slump of both methods of batching is an indication of the

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(PDF) EFFECT OF BATCHING METHODS ON THE FRESH

CONCLUSIONS The effect of two methods of batching (mass and volume) on the consistence (workability) and compressive strength properties of concrete has been investigated. This study has revealed that for a given mix proportion, batching by mass will give variations in fresh and hardened properties of concrete when same mix proportion is ...

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(PDF) Effect of Batching Methods on the Fresh and

Effect of Batching Methods on the Fresh and Hardened Properties of Concrete. December 2012; ... a comparison of the effect of batching methods on the co mpressive strength o f concrete with mix .

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Effect of Batching Methods on the fresh and hardened ...

This paper investigated the effect of batching by mass and volume on concrete’s compressive strength and workability. Influence of mix proportion at five levels and various water-cement ratios were also studied. All samples were cured by complete immersion in water and tested up to 28 days. The results indicated higher workabilities for concrete batched by mass than concrete batched by ...

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Effect of Batching Methods on the fresh and hardened ...

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Fresh Concrete: Batching, Mixing, Transportation, Placing

Volume batching is not a good method for proportioning the material because of the difficulty it offers to measure granular material in terms of volume. Volume of moist sand in a loose condition weighs much less than the same volume of dry compacted sand. The

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Effect of Batching Methods on the fresh and hardened ...

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Fresh Concrete: Batching, Mixing, Transportation, Placing

Volume batching is not a good method for proportioning the material because of the difficulty it offers to measure granular material in terms of volume. Volume of moist sand in a loose condition weighs much less than the same volume of dry compacted sand. The

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Methods of Batching Concrete - The Constructor

Methods of. Batching. Concrete. 1. Volume Batching. In volume batching, materials are measured on the basis of volume. It is less precise method of batching. Measurement boxes or gauge boxes of known volume are used to measure materials. Cement is taken in the form of bags, where volume of one bag of cement (50 kg) is taken as 35 liters.

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Batching, Mixing, Transporting, and Handling Concrete ...

BATCHING Batching is the process of measuring concrete mix ingre-dients by either mass or volume and introducing them into the mixer. To produce concrete of uniform quality, the ingredients must be measured accurately for each batch. Most specifications require that batching be done by mass rather than by volume (ASTM C 94 or AASHTO M 157).

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Comparison of Batch Culture and Continuous Cultivation

May 01, 2000  From the above comparison, although continuous culture has some disadvantage, it can outperform batch culture by eliminating the inherent down time for cleaning and sterilization and the long lags before the organisms enter a brief period of high productivity.. Continuous culture is superior to batch culture in several ways for research.

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Effect on orange juice of batch pasteurization in an ...

The effects on orange juice batch pasteurization in an improved pilot-scale microwave (MW) oven was evaluated by monitoring pectin methyl-esterase (PME) activity, color, carotenoid compounds and vitamin C content. Trials were performed on stirred orange juice heated at different temperatures (60, 70, 75, and 85 degrees C) during batch process.

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Current Methods for the Utilization of the Fresh Concrete ...

Jan 01, 2016  It is possible to use new aggregates for the non-structural concrete production without adverse effects on the mechanical characteristic of concrete [16]. 4. Conclusions In this study, methods for benefiting from returned concrete in batching plants were determined and discussed.

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(PDF) MODIFIED VOLUME BATCHING METHOD OF CONCRETE

Three batching methods where considered viz: Batching by weight, volume and the modified volume method (The modification implied here is the complete removal of entrained air in each of the ...

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Examining the Effects of Mixer Type and Temperature on the ...

effect on fresh concrete temperature produced when the dry constituent mixing materials (also referred to as premix), such as portland cement, aggregate, silica fume, and ground quartz, are placed at some specific temperature and batched with ice as a replacement for mixing water.

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Concrete Mixing Methods and Concrete Mixers: State of the Art

Apr 01, 2001  2.1.2 Pan Mixers . All pan mixers work on basically the same principle []: a cylindrical pan (fixed or rotating) contains the concrete to be mixed, while one or two sets of blades rotate inside the pan to mix the materials and a blade scrapes the wall of the pan.The shapes of the blades and the axes of rotation vary. Figure 4 shows the different combinations of blade configurations and pan.

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Slump adjustment is a fact of life for concrete ...

Batching tolerances. Even with sophisticated computer- c o n t ro l l e d batch plants, batching tolera n c e s can affect slump control. To l e r - ances for the individual batching of each mix ingredient are given be-l o w (Ref. 1). Examples of how each t o l e r ance affects the batch we i g h t s of a typical 3500-psi concrete mix also are ...

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Mixing and Transporting Concrete

Batching is the "process of weighing or volumetrically measuring and introducing into the mixer the ingredients for a batch of concrete" (Kosmatka, 94). Quality assurance, suitable arrangement of materials and equipment, and correct weighing of the materials are the essential steps that must be completed before any mixing takes place.

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9 METHODS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF CONCRETE -

May 03, 2014  The various prevalent methods of transportation are as given below. Concrete Mixer. 1. Mortar Pan. It is a labour intensive method and generally used for small works. There are no chances of segregation of concrete. In hot weather, there is a substantial loss of water due to more exposure of concrete to environment. 2.

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Quality of Water for Making Concrete: A Review of Literature

could be present without much effect on strength. (FeSO 4) No limit available In mix water, if 0.5, 1, 2, and 4 % weight by water shows 28 days and 3 years tensile strengths which is exceeding 10 and 15% of control specimens. Zinc oxide 0.01% weight of cement No significant effect but 0.1% strongly retarded setting time and lowered strength ...

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Effect of Batch Cooking on Food Quality

Instructor introduces batch cooking as it relates to food quality. Instructor’s Script . 5 minutes : Objective 1: Define batch cooking . Objective 2: Discuss reasons to batch cook . Participants describe the visual characteristics they would expect to find when a select group of foods are held on the hot steam table and warming cabinets until ...

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Effect of batch and continuous thermosonication on the ...

Aug 01, 2019  Therefore, effect of batch (60 °C 30 min) and continuous (0.029 L/min, 60 °C) thermosonication on the organoleptic properties of pumpkin juice was evaluated by a sensory panel. The sensory scores of batch and continuously thermosonicated samples were compared to fresh ones.

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Effect on orange juice of batch pasteurization in an ...

The effects on orange juice batch pasteurization in an improved pilot-scale microwave (MW) oven was evaluated by monitoring pectin methyl-esterase (PME) activity, color, carotenoid compounds and vitamin C content. Trials were performed on stirred orange juice heated at different temperatures (60, 70, 75, and 85 degrees C) during batch process.

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Effect of Batch Feeding Times on Greenhouse Gas and NH3 ...

Oct 20, 2020  Abstract Meat and bone meal (MBM) is considered an organic waste with abundant nutrient elements. There is an urgent demand for new technologies to recycle MBM. MBM treatment with black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) is of greater potential to obtain more available C and N than traditional methods. This study evaluated the effect of batch feeding times on MBM bioconversion by BSFL,

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Comparison of Batch Culture and Continuous Cultivation

May 01, 2000  From the above comparison, although continuous culture has some disadvantage, it can outperform batch culture by eliminating the inherent down time for cleaning and sterilization and the long lags before the organisms enter a brief period of high productivity.. Continuous culture is superior to batch culture in several ways for research.

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Batch Fermentation - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Fed-batch process, during which the medium was periodically withdrawn and substituted with fresh medium, was known to enhance the productivity of microbial fermentation as it saved the time for cleaning, sterilization, seed culture, and inoculation processes between batches (Qu et al., 2013).

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Effects of three different preservation methods on the ...

Background and purpose: In the development of new strategies for fracture fixation, new methods have to be tested biomechanically under in vitro conditions before clinical trials can be performed. The gold standard for laboratory evaluations is fresh-frozen specimen. As the availability of fresh-frozen specimens is limited and since their use bears infectious risks, specimens treated with ...

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Current Methods for the Utilization of the Fresh Concrete ...

without adverse effects on the mechanical characteristic of concrete [16]. 4. Conclusions In this study, methods for benefiting from returned concrete in batching plants were determined and discussed. In conclusion, these methods can be listed as (i) matching with

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Effect of Modified Cooking on Chemical Composition of ...

The objective of this work was to evaluate in the laboratory scale the effect of three modified cooking methods (SB, CC, and LS) on chemical composition of the Eucalyptus species planted and used to produce pulp in Chile, E. globulus and E. nitens. Their effects on cooking yield, chemical composition, lignin, hemicelluloses, and

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Effects of storage time and temperature on coagulation ...

Jan 27, 2014  Pre-analytical conditions are very important in laboratory assessment of hemostatic and coagulation systems 1.Pre-analytical variables including specimen collection, anticoagulant type and concentration, hematocrit, filling status of the sampling tube, transportation, centrifugation, as well as storage and assay method can all affect coagulation test and factor analysis results 1,2.

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CRD-C55-92 Test Method for Within-Batch Uniformity of ...

3.2 Since the sequence of method of charging the mixer will have an important effect on the uniformity of the concrete, it follows that the results obtained by the use of this standard not only measure effects of the mixer itself and the mixing time, but also those of the manner in which the mixer was charged. 4. Apparatus and Materials

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9 METHODS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF CONCRETE -

May 03, 2014  The various prevalent methods of transportation are as given below. Concrete Mixer. 1. Mortar Pan. It is a labour intensive method and generally used for small works. There are no chances of segregation of concrete. In hot weather, there is a substantial loss of water due to more exposure of concrete to environment. 2.

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Quality of Water for Making Concrete: A Review of Literature

could be present without much effect on strength. (FeSO 4) No limit available In mix water, if 0.5, 1, 2, and 4 % weight by water shows 28 days and 3 years tensile strengths which is exceeding 10 and 15% of control specimens. Zinc oxide 0.01% weight of cement No significant effect but 0.1% strongly retarded setting time and lowered strength ...

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Slump adjustment is a fact of life for concrete ...

Batching tolerances. Even with sophisticated computer- c o n t ro l l e d batch plants, batching tolera n c e s can affect slump control. To l e r - ances for the individual batching of each mix ingredient are given be-l o w (Ref. 1). Examples of how each t o l e r ance affects the batch we i g h t s of a typical 3500-psi concrete mix also are ...

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