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## The lower water cement ratio in concrete, introduces |

A. | smaller creep and shrinkage |

B. | greater density and smaller permeability |

C. | improved frost resistance |

D. | all the above |

Answer» D. all the above |

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- For a concrete mix 1:3:6 and water cement ratio 0.6 both by weight, the quantity of water required per bag, is
- If 50 kg of fine aggregates and 100 kg of coarse aggregates are mixed in a concrete whose water cement ratio is 0.6, the weight of water required for harsh mix, is
- If the various concrete ingredients i.e. cement, sand and aggregates are in the ratio of 1:3:6, the grade of concrete, is
- Workability of concrete mix with low water cement ratio is determined by
- According to Water-Cement Ratio Law, the strength of workable plastic concrete
- The cement whose strength is a little lower than the ordinary cement during the first three months but attains afterwards the same strength, is known as
- Separation of water or water sand cement from a freshly concrete, is known
- Water cement ratio is generally expressed in volume of water required per
- The ratio of various ingredients (cement, sand, aggregates) in concrete of grade M 200, is
- Maximum quantity of water needed per 50 kg of cement for M 15 grade of concrete is

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