Burnet and wolsier (1989) indicated that building made of concrete materials always be considered as strong and valid as the materials used in it, would be assumed and reassured as of high quality and high standard. In this line the size of the aggregate will be of great importance and worth because the size is considered a major element in the strength measuring. Though there are no exiting parameters in the size selection …show more content…
If the size of the aggregate is small then it will be more powerful and strong than the concrete having large size of the aggregates. It shows that if the material is homogenous but size of aggregate is different then one of the aggregate will be more durable and strong. It also concluded that the mixture elements should be of equal and must have all the same type materials which include aggregates, ratio of cement and water, sand, weight of the materials and days of its …show more content…
The study was divided into four types of experimental design therefore the data is explained in four tables. The effect of size of aggregate on the concrete was studied and it was found that aggregate size directly influencing strength of concrete. As different strength were measured with different time frame and with different strength and it was concluded that there were an association between the concrete strength and aggregate size of concrete.
Conclusion & Recommendation:
It was concluded that the water taking into amount the after effects of investigations, the accompanying conclusion might be drawn.
1. The compressive quality of concrete relies on various compound and materials; for example blend proportion, size and texture of coarse and fine total technique for the period of curing and compaction.
2. The blend proportion 1:0.75:1.5 provides greater quality than the one with low workability and it also provide good strength.
3. The aggregates having size of 10mm and 15mm depicts best quality from all other