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eBook Concrete, Timber and Metals ePub

by etc.,J. M. Illston

  • ISBN: 0442301448
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: etc.,J. M. Illston
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company (May 1979)
  • Pages: 663
  • ePub book: 1612 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1565 kb
  • Other: lrf azw lit docx
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Start by marking Concrete, Timber, and Metals: The Nature and Behaviour of Structural Materials as Want to. .

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Concrete, timber and metals. the nature and behaviour of structural materials. Published 1990 by Chapman and Hall in London.

First published as Concrete Timber and Metals 1979 by Chapman and Hall Second . I. Domone, P. L. J. II. Illston, J. M. TA403.

I. He has contributed to books on aspects of concrete technology such as durability and recyc­ ling and is Director of the Institute for Resilient Infrastructure.

Concrete Timbre and Metals. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780442301446.

M. Illston; P. Domone. Answers TImber questions. Construction Materials: Their Nature and Behaviour.

Materials covered include; metals and alloys, concrete, bituminous materials, brickwork and blockwork, polymers and fibre composites. Each material is discussed in terms of: structure; strength and failure; durability; deformation; practice and processing. The sections on concrete, polymers and fibre composites have been significantly revised. Descriptions of important properties are related back to the structure and forward to basic practical considerations. With its wealth of illustrations and reader-friendly style and layout Construction Materials.

Concrete, timber, and metals: The nature and behaviour of structural materials. Recommendations for a standard creep test. John M. Illston, Cheryl Pomeroy. The paper describes a test recommended by the creep working party of the concrete society to rectify the omission from BS 1881 of a test for elastic modulus and shrinkage. The test is designed fo. More).

Ordinary concrete constitutes of cement, sand, gravel and water. However, as reported by additives and admixtures are also sometimes added to the mixture to develop some special properties which are impossible to obtain with ordinary concrete alone. On the setting of fresh concrete and its proper curing, the specimen hardens and gains considerable strength equal to or even harder than certain natural aggregates.