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Concrete core testing for strength report of a Concrete Society working party by Concrete Society. Material Technology Division Committee.

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Published by Concrete Society in London .
Written in English


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Statement(Convenor: J.D. Dewar).
SeriesTechnical report -- 11
ContributionsDewar, J. D.
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20118949M

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Strength level of concrete in the area represented by core tests is considered adequate when the average compressive strength of the three cores is equal to at least 85% of the specified compressive strength and no single core strength is less than 75% of the specified compressive strength. Testing of concrete core. Test the specimen within 7 days after coring. Calculation of Compressive Strength of Concrete Core. Calculate the compressive test of the specimen using the computed cross sectional area based on average diameter of the specimen. If the L/D ratio is or less, correct the result obtained by multiplying withMissing: strength book. Fig: Concrete Core. The strength of a concrete core test specimen depends on its shape, proportions and size. The influence of height/diameter (H/D) ratio on the recorded strength of cylinder is an established fact. Strength of core have to be related to the standard cylinder strengths Missing: strength book. Core samples should be obtained – three at a time, for each strength test that falls below psi. If the concrete in the structure will be dry under service conditions, cores shall be air dried for 7 days before the test and tested dry. If the concrete in the structure will be more than superficially wet under service conditions, cores.

testing, magnetic particle testing, eddy current testing, radiographic testing, ultrasonic testing, visual inspection and leak testing. Based on these syllabi, training course notes File Size: 2MB. Core strength is also affected by core orientation relative to the horizontal plane of the concrete as placed, with strength tending to be lower when measured parallel to the horizontal plane. 3 These factors shall be considered in planning the locations for obtaining concrete samples and in comparing strength test . concrete work. Systematic testing of the raw materials, the fresh con­ crete and the hardened concrete is an inseparable part of any quality control programme for concrete which helps to achieve higher efficiency of the materials used and greater assurance of the performance of the concrete in regard to both strength and durability. The test methodsFile Size: 1MB. The selected areas then can be specified for investigation for concrete strength according to ASTM C “Standard Test Method for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of Concrete”. Section States “Generally, test specimens are obtained when doubt exists about the in-place concrete quality” and “use of this method.

The preferred core diameter for strength testing is not defined in BS EN , BS EN or BS but the diameter should be at least x the maximum aggreagte size. Sometimes even smaller diameter cores have to be used for strength g: strength book. Means of measuring, estimating or comparing the strength of in-place concrete include: rebound hammer, penetration probe, pullouts, cast-in-place cylinders, tests of drilled cores, and load tests of the structural ele- Size: KB. Techniques for Strength Assessment •Core testing represents the most reliable method of establishing in-situ concrete strength. •Core-drilling is relatively ‘destructive’ by reason that it left a hole in the structure. •Other ‘partially-destructive’ techniques for assessing strength of surface concrete areMissing: strength book.   Of course, consolidation techniques for in-place concrete and cylinders are not the same and different levels of consolidation between cores and cylinders contribute significantly to strength differences. Also, ASTM C42 3 now requires the density or unit weight of cores to be calculated before strength g: strength book.