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Strength of stone aggregate for volagang

Aug 31, 2020

The aggregate strength is usually not a factor except in lightweight and high strength concrete. However, aggregate characteristics other than strength, such as the size, shape, surface texture, grading and mineralogy are known to affect concrete strength in varying degrees. Size: The maximum size of a well-graded coarse aggregate of a given

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