Concrete mix design by IS, ACI and BS methods: A Comparative Analysis
Journal of Building Material Science , Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jbms.v2i1.2636
Abstract: Concrete is one of the most consumable construction materials on the earth. The concrete constitutes cement, sand, gravel, water and/or additives in definite proportions. The proportions of raw materials of concrete are decided by the concrete mix design. The mix design depends on the various factors. For mix design, most of the countries have their own specifications. In the present study, standard guidelines of India, Britain and America for the concrete mix design have been discussed. The concrete grades of M25, M35 and M45 were designed and compared. Indian Standards were also compared. It was concluded that new revised version of Indian Standard code has the lowest value of water/cement ratio and highest quantity of cement as compared to other standards.
Keywords: cement / mix design / Indian Standard / proportions / concrete mix
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