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Concrete mix design is a procedure of selecting the suitable ingredients of concrete and their relative proportions with an objective to prepare concrete of certain minimum strength desired workability and durability as economically (value engineered) as possible

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Get PriceAug 02 2017Example Procedure Calculation for M20 M25 M30 Concrete Concrete mix design is required to achieve target strength in structures Concrete Mix design of M20 M25 M30 grade of concrete can be calculated from example below

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Get PriceDec 08 2017"M" stands for "mix" Mix represents concrete with designated proportions of cement sand and aggregate And the number following "M" represents compressive strength of that concrete mix in N/mm 2 after 28 days For example for M20 grade of concrete mix its compressive strength after 28 days should be 20 N/mm 2

Get Pricehow to calculate rate analysis of M25 grade concrete ALLInterview Categories If it is design mix the cement consumption will depend upon calculation for 1 cu m of concrete works -summation of ratio of concrete M25(1 1 2) = (1+1+2) = 4

Get PriceFACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR MIX DESIGN The grade designation giving the characteristic strength requirement of concrete The type of cement influences the rate of development of compressive strength of concrete Maximum nominal size of aggregates to be used in concrete may be as large as possible within the limits prescribed by IS 456 2000

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Get PriceHow to design a concrete mix ACI 318 Method Concrete Mix Design Mix design means the selection of suitable ingredients of concrete and their relative quantities to obtain an economical concrete with values of certain properties not less than their

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Get PriceMar 29 2015CONCRETE MIX DESIGN 161 The Relative Proportion Are Worked Out A trial proportion is taken and combined gradation is worked out for e g 35% fine aggregate 20% 10mm down aggregate 45% 20mm down aggregate 161 CONCRETE MIX DESIGN 162 Combined gradation is plotted and pushed towards Ideal curve by increasing or decreasing the sand content

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