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Cannabidiol (CBD) — what we know and what we don't

CBD stands for cannabidiol. It is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients of cannabis (marijuana). While CBD is an essential component of medical marijuana, it is derived directly from the hemp plant, which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. While CBD is a component of marijuana (one of hundreds), by itself it does not cause a "high."

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Pouring Concrete in Cold Weather - The Spruce

Cold weather concrete can be classified as a period of more than three days where some specific conditions occur under certain temperatures. The American Concrete Institute under ACI 306 defines that concrete will be exposed to cold weather "when the air temperature has fallen to, or is expected to fall, below 40°F (5°C) during the protection period.

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How to Protect Concrete During Cold Weather Pours | For

Depending on the mass of the concrete, cement content and ambient conditions (i.e., air temperatures and wind), insulation can typically maintain adequate cure temperatures by capturing the heat

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Effect of Curing Regime on The Properties of Fly-ash Concrete

effect of curing regime on the properties of fly-ash concrete Reports on the compressive and flexural strength of normal and fly-ash concretes cured in a fog room and in an uncontrolled environment. Three classes of plain concrete with water-cement ratio varying from 0.33 to 0.47 were used.

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Curing of Concrete | Curing time & Duration | Methods of

Curing of concrete: Curing plays a vital role in concrete strength development and durability. After adding water to the concrete mix (Cement, Sand & Aggregate), the exothermic reaction (hydration) takes place, which helps the concrete to harden.Hardening of concrete is not instant and continues for a longer period, which requires more amount of water for processing hydration.

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What is effect of silica and alumina content on cement

Properties of cement compounds The compounds contribute to the properties of cement in different ways : Tricalcium aluminate, C3A:- It liberates a lot of heat during the early stages of hydration, but has little strength contribution. Gypsum slows

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PDF Precast Concrete Pipe Durability

normal exposure conditions, has a very long life. Concrete pipelines have a history of excellent durability, and it is unlike- its effect on concrete is governed by pH, total acidity, groundwater conditions, and backfill material. increased by accelerated curing, high cement content, and low absorption exactly the characteristics of

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PDF Effect of aggregate type, casting, thickness and curing

effect of thermal properties of aggregate on temperature and restrained strain in mass concrete. Different conditions of curing (insulation and normal curing) were also studied and compared. It was found from the analytical results that the maximum temperature increases with the increase of the thickness of structure.

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Curing of Concrete-Definition, Stages, Curing Time Period

The objective of water curing of concrete is to prevent the moisture loss from the concrete and attains a convenient temperature. The water-cement ratio for cement hydration is 0.23 and 0.15 for filling the voids in the pores of the concrete. Therefore a total 0.38 water-cement ratio is required for proper water curing of concrete.

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Effect of Superplasticizer on Fresh and Hardened

0.55 in which 10% replacement of cement with fly ash in addition to varying superplasticizer dose of 0.25, 0.30 and 0.35 percentage of cement content required for mix of normal concrete are prepared. These mixes are casted in standard cement concrete cubes and tested in the Applied

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Concrete | MIT Climate Portal

Concrete is a mix of several different materials: water, fine aggregates (or sand), coarse aggregates (or gravel), chemical additives, and, most importantly, cement. Cement is what binds all of these ingredients together to give concrete its durability and distinctive, grey appearance. Cement production, however, also generates most of concrete

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PDF Chloride Resistance of Concrete

The effectiveness of various curing regimes on the porosity of concrete is illustrated in Figure 3.2. It has been found that curing can improve the chloride resistance of concretes, measured in terms of water sorptivity, to different degrees depending on the type of cement. The effectiveness of early curing on sorptivity is shown in Table 3.1.

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Development of various curing effect of nominal strength

Geopolymer concrete is an innovative method and is produced by complete elimination of ordinary Portland cement by-produced in fly ash. This study on different condition of curing in geopolymer concrete suitable for curing at ambient and heat-cured condition of temperature will widen its application to concrete structures.

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Highly Active Absorbent for SO₂ Removal Prepared from Coal

The prepared SO₂ absorbents were characterized to determine the effects of mineralogical composition, morphological structure and the type of coal ash used, on SO₂ removal efficiency/ The desulfurization activity of the SO₂ absorbents were determined by varying the curing conditions and Ca O content.

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PDF Development of various curing effect of nominal strength

Geopolymer concrete is an innovative method and is produced by complete elimination of ordinary Portland cement by-produced in fly ash. This study on different condition of curing in geopolymer concrete suitable for curing at ambient and heat-cured condition of temperature will widen its application to concrete structures.

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Effect of Tooth-structure Thickness on Light Attenuation

Figure 4 shows that, with a single curing cycle of 20 seconds and 0 mm from light guide tip to resin composite, SonicFill had a mean depth of cure of 3.69 ± 0.07 mm, which agrees with other recently published studies using ISO 4049. 16,17 Kerr claims a depth of cure of up to 5 mm for SonicFill, but to achieve this depth of cure, we need to

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Effect of calcium chloride on strength at varying temperatures of mixing, pkcing, and curing is reported. Effect of cement temperature wasfound un-important, except as it affectedconcretetemperature after mixing. More air-entraining agent was required for given air content as concrete temperature increasedand slump decreased. INTRODUCTION

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PDF BC 2: 2008 High Strength Concrete

concrete supply, this control should extend to transport and delivery conditions as well. The main activities for controlling quality on site are placing, compaction, curing and surface finishing. Site experience indicates that more compaction is normally needed for high strength concrete with high

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Effect of Nano-silica, Silica Fume, Cement Content and

An experimental program was designed to investigate the effect of cement content, silica fume and Nano silica percent, and curing on the compressive strength of concrete at different curing ages. The results of the present work clearly showed an increase in the value of 28-day concrete compressive strength with existence of silica and Nano silica.

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PDF Effects of The Curing Temperature on The Performance of

In order to investigate the effect of different curing conditions on the properties of glass fibre reinforced basic magnesium sulfate cement (GRBMS), the compressive strength, flexural strength, and water resistance of the GRBMS were determined for five curing modes at 20 °C, 50 °C, and 80 °C.

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Effect of Metakaolin as a Partial Replacement for Cement

resistivity subject to 7, 28, 90, and 180 days of curing. Portland cement was replaced with Metakaolin at 0%, 10%, 12.5%, and 15% by mass. Mixes were designed based on w/c ratios of 0.35, 0.4, and 0.5 at a constant binder content of 400 kg/m3. The result showed that HSC blended with Metakaolin (MK) show an appreciable increase in

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