Materials for Civil and Construction Engineers
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 576 pages
Revision of the best selling civil engineering materials book on the market right now. Appropriate for civil engineering students at the junior or senior level. In the second edition, new sample problems have been added throughout the text. Many numerical problems have been added at the end of each chapter. The authors added many figures and pictures throughout the MS, especially in the appendix. The sections on Heat Treatment of Steel, Properties of Blended Aggregates, Admixtures for Concrete, Superpave Mix Design have been changed or updated. New sections on Bulk Unit Weight and Voids in Aggregate, Selef Consolidating Concrete and Flowable Fill, High-Performance Concrete have been added.
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AASHTO absorption admixtures air content air entrainer air voids alloy aluminum applied asphalt binder asphalt cement asphalt concrete asphalt content ASTM atoms blend bonds bulk specific gravity Calculate carbon cement paste civil engineering coarse aggregate compaction components composite compressive strength concrete masonry unit concrete mix construction corrosion curing deformation density determine diameter electrons engineered wood fibers Flowable fill fracture gauge length gradation grade grain heat hydration increase layer linear load maximum measure mechanical properties metal method minimum mix design mixture modulus of elasticity moisture content mold pavement percent performed phase plastic Poisson's ratio polymer portland cement concrete rebars reduce reinforced Sample Problem shear shown in Figure sieve silica fume specific gravity steel strain stress stress-strain structure Superpave surface temperature tensile strength tension thermal types typically unit weight viscosity volume water-cementitious materials ratio welding wood yield strength