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90 terms
Concrete / Masonry
Form Work
Economics
Concrete
60 to 70 degrees
The mold in which we pour concrete.
One of the biggest limitations of concrete.
Cement + water+ aggregate + admixtures.
the preferred temperature for pouring concrete.
Form Work
The mold in which we pour concrete.
Economics
One of the biggest limitations of concrete.
14 terms
Concrete and Masonry
Masonry
Concrete
Mortar
Aggregate
building of structures from individual units laid in and boun…
composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with…
a ​mixture of ​sand, ​water, and ​cement or ​lime that is use…
loosely compacted mass of fragments or particles
Masonry
building of structures from individual units laid in and boun…
Concrete
composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with…
90 terms
Concrete / Masonry
Form Work
Economics
Concrete
60 to 70 degrees
The mold in which we pour concrete.
One of the biggest limitations of concrete.
Cement + water+ aggregate + admixtures.
the preferred temperature for pouring concrete.
Form Work
The mold in which we pour concrete.
Economics
One of the biggest limitations of concrete.
13 terms
Concrete Masonry
CMUs
Steam
8" x 8" x 16"
Heavier weight blocks
These are a stiff concrete mix pressed into metal molds
What kind of curing in autoclaves accelerates curing for CMUs
What are the standard nominal size of CMUs
These CMUs are less expensive to manufacture, more durable, l…
CMUs
These are a stiff concrete mix pressed into metal molds
Steam
What kind of curing in autoclaves accelerates curing for CMUs
15 terms
Concrete & Masonry
Masonry
Portland Cement
Concrete
Sand
Anything constructed of brick, stone, tile, or concrete units…
Dry powder made by burning limestone and clay followed by gri…
A mixture of stone aggregate sand, portland cement, and water…
Small particles of stone.
Masonry
Anything constructed of brick, stone, tile, or concrete units…
Portland Cement
Dry powder made by burning limestone and clay followed by gri…
66 terms
Concrete & Masonry
Unless otherwise stated in their contr…
No load may be placed on a concrete st…
Protruding reinforced steel, onto whic…
Subcontractors must submit a formal Fa…
Covered entrances/exits (number must meet life-safety require…
A qualified person, knowledgeable in structural design, deter…
Protected to eliminate the hazard of impalement.
The name and resume of their designated competent person and…
Unless otherwise stated in their contr…
Covered entrances/exits (number must meet life-safety require…
No load may be placed on a concrete st…
A qualified person, knowledgeable in structural design, deter…
60 terms
Reinforced Concrete and Masonry
Why is there no rebar in the center of…
What is reinforced concrete?
What are reinforcing bars?
What are reinforcing bars commonly use…
Concrete is working its compression
Steel reinforcing bars and concrete working together
Ribbed bars for grip of concrete. They come in different size…
Columns, beams, and slabs
Why is there no rebar in the center of…
Concrete is working its compression
What is reinforced concrete?
Steel reinforcing bars and concrete working together
26 terms
NM FFA Concrete and Masonry
Brick Grooving Tool
Brick Scoring Chisel
Brick Tongs
Brick Trowel
ID
ID
ID
ID
Brick Grooving Tool
ID
Brick Scoring Chisel
ID
31 terms
Concrete/masonry exam 1
Bleeding is caused by the floating of…
Consolidation results in poor quality…
Hydration is the ability of concrete t…
Excluding any free water, the weight o…
False
False
False
True
Bleeding is caused by the floating of…
False
Consolidation results in poor quality…
False
60 terms
Reinforced Concrete and Masonry
Why is there no rebar in the center of…
What is reinforced concrete?
What are reinforcing bars?
What are reinforcing bars commonly use…
Concrete is working its compression
Steel reinforcing bars and concrete working together
Ribbed bars for grip of concrete. They come in different size…
Columns, beams, and slabs
Why is there no rebar in the center of…
Concrete is working its compression
What is reinforced concrete?
Steel reinforcing bars and concrete working together
Stone and Concrete Masonry
Stone Types
Quarrying
Milling
Stone Selection
Granite: igneous rock composed primarily of feldspar and sili…
A long-bladed diamond saw, traveling on rails, makes deep, lo…
Includes bandsaw and circular sawing. Planing and a variety o…
High density and low water absorption correlate with greater…
Stone Types
Granite: igneous rock composed primarily of feldspar and sili…
Quarrying
A long-bladed diamond saw, traveling on rails, makes deep, lo…
Unit 12: Concrete and Masonry
Aggregate
Concrete
Cubic yard
Curing
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
a standard measure of concrete equal to 27 cubic feet
proper drying of concrete to assure maximum strength
Aggregate
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
Concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
13 terms
Unit 12: Concrete and Masonry
Aggregate
Concrete
Cubic Yard
Curing
Sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
An artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
A standard measure of concrete equal to 27 cubic feet
Proper drying of concrete to assure maximum strength
Aggregate
Sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
Concrete
An artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
ABE 31 Concrete and Masonry
Concrete and Masonry
Concrete
foundation; column footing; wall footi…
Masonry
Two of the most important materials in construction.
Used in practically all structures in the farm
Common uses of concrete
It akes the place of concrete in cases where substitution is…
Concrete and Masonry
Two of the most important materials in construction.
Concrete
Used in practically all structures in the farm
27 terms
SMT 201 Concrete and masonry
What is concrete?
First use
Portland cement
Properties of concrete
A heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of cemen…
Egyptians used early forms of concrete 5000 years ago on pyra…
Invented in 1824 by Joseph Aspidin, named after a rock quarry…
Versatile, pliable when mixed, strong and durable, does not r…
What is concrete?
A heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of cemen…
First use
Egyptians used early forms of concrete 5000 years ago on pyra…
22 terms
Concrete Masonry Unit
Course texture
Open Surface
Modular Size
Nominal Size
Provide mechanical bond for direct application of plaster.
Offers value in absorbing sound
7 5/8" X 7 5/8'' X 15 5/8''
8 X 8 X 16
Course texture
Provide mechanical bond for direct application of plaster.
Open Surface
Offers value in absorbing sound
25 terms
Concrete, Wood, & Masonry
Crazing
Surface Green
Oriented Strand Board
Half-round slicing
Numerous hairline cracks occuring in the surface of a newly h…
It is pertaining to dressed lumber having a moisture content…
A nonveneered wood panel product commonly used for sheating a…
What is the slicing of a flitch mounted off-center in the lat…
Crazing
Numerous hairline cracks occuring in the surface of a newly h…
Surface Green
It is pertaining to dressed lumber having a moisture content…
BT (Concrete, masonry, wood)
a. Boning
Type IV Low Heat
d. Workability
Beton Brut
Consolidation is defined as the process of reducing the volum…
What type of portland cement is employed in the construction…
The primary purpose of a slump test is to meet which of the f…
Concrete left in its natural state after framework is removed…
a. Boning
Consolidation is defined as the process of reducing the volum…
Type IV Low Heat
What type of portland cement is employed in the construction…
10 terms
Modern Masonry/Concrete
What is used to carry the weight of ma…
What type of tie is used to attach mas…
A brick veneer wall should be construc…
What is the top stone of an archway ca…
Lintel
Z-bar
with an air space between the brick and frame construction
Key Stone
What is used to carry the weight of ma…
Lintel
What type of tie is used to attach mas…
Z-bar
27 terms
Chapter 9: Stone and Concrete Masonry
Building Stone
Igneous Rock
Metamorphic Rock
Granite
rock from the earth that is reduced to the required shapes an…
rock that was deposited in a molten state
rock that was deposited by the action of water and wind.
an igneous rock, a mosaic of mineral crystals, nearly permane…
Building Stone
rock from the earth that is reduced to the required shapes an…
Igneous Rock
rock that was deposited in a molten state
24 terms
Stone and Concrete Masonry Chapter 9
Commercial stone types
granite group
limestone group
quartz-based grou
classified into six groups according to ASTM C199: granite, l…
igneous, nonporous, strong, durable, suitable for exposure to…
sedimentary, strength and porosity vary with density, colors…
sedimentary, sandstone: from quartz deposits, brownstone and…
Commercial stone types
classified into six groups according to ASTM C199: granite, l…
granite group
igneous, nonporous, strong, durable, suitable for exposure to…
44 terms
ARE BD+CS Concrete & Masonry
1:3:5 mix
Laitance
Kelly Ball test
Impact hammer test
1 part cement, 3 parts fine, 5 parts coarse
excess water. Chalky surface
Measures workability. A 30 pound 6" diameter ball is dropped…
Snapping a spring loaded plunger against a concrete surface a…
1:3:5 mix
1 part cement, 3 parts fine, 5 parts coarse
Laitance
excess water. Chalky surface
24 terms
Stone and Concrete Masonry - Chaper 9
Commercial Stone Types
Granite Group
Limestone Group
Quartz-Based Group
-For commercial purposes, building stone is classified into s…
-Igneous... -Nonporous, strong, durable... -Suitable for exposure t…
-Sedimentary... -Strength and porosity vary wit hdensity... -Colors…
-Sedimentary... -Sandstone: from quartz deposits... -Brownstone, an…
Commercial Stone Types
-For commercial purposes, building stone is classified into s…
Granite Group
-Igneous... -Nonporous, strong, durable... -Suitable for exposure t…
13 terms
ag mech chapter 12 concrete and masonry
Aggregate
Concrete
Cubic yard
Curing
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
a standard measure of concrete equal to 27 cubic feet
proper drying of concrete to assure maximum strength
Aggregate
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
Concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
44 terms
ABS 321- CH. 9: Stone and Concrete Masonry
igneous rocks
sedimentary rocks
metamorphic stone
6 commercial stone types according to…
developed in a molten state... example: granite
formed from particles deposited by wind and weather... primarily…
formerly igneous or sedimentary and transformed by heat and p…
granite... limestone... quartz-based (sandstone)... slate... marble... other
igneous rocks
developed in a molten state... example: granite
sedimentary rocks
formed from particles deposited by wind and weather... primarily…
44 terms
ABS 321- CH. 9: Stone and Concrete Masonry
igneous rocks
sedimentary rocks
metamorphic stone
6 commercial stone types according to…
developed in a molten state... example: granite
formed from particles deposited by wind and weather... primarily…
formerly igneous or sedimentary and transformed by heat and p…
granite... limestone... quartz-based (sandstone)... slate... marble... other
igneous rocks
developed in a molten state... example: granite
sedimentary rocks
formed from particles deposited by wind and weather... primarily…
18 terms
Cladding with Masonry and Concrete - Chapter 20
Masonry Veneer curtain wall constructi…
Shelf angle
Soft joint or horizintal expansion
Flashing
Shelf angle... -Soft joint or horizontal expansion... -Flashing... -Ba…
intstalled on the structural frame
-maintained below the shelf angle
-is installed over the shelf angle and it should project by 1…
Masonry Veneer curtain wall constructi…
Shelf angle... -Soft joint or horizontal expansion... -Flashing... -Ba…
Shelf angle
intstalled on the structural frame
12 terms
Cladding with Masonry And Concrete Chapter 20
Construction sequence and essential el…
shelf angle and horizontal joints
Vertical joints
Grid-system-supported stone cladding
shelf angle is installed on structural frame... soft joint or h…
1. shelf angle attached to a concrete frame with an insert ca…
allow frame and masonry cladding to expand and contract indep…
vertical members are erected first... horizontal members are al…
Construction sequence and essential el…
shelf angle is installed on structural frame... soft joint or h…
shelf angle and horizontal joints
1. shelf angle attached to a concrete frame with an insert ca…
13 terms
ag mech chapter 12 concrete and masonry
Aggregate
Concrete
Cubic yard
Curing
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
a standard measure of concrete equal to 27 cubic feet
proper drying of concrete to assure maximum strength
Aggregate
sand and gravel that comprise the bulk of concrete
Concrete
an artificial stone-like material formed by combining aggrega…
12 terms
Means and Methods Chapter 9 (Stone and Concrete Masonry)
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
Igneous
Sedimentary
Metamorphic
Three Types of Rock
type of rock that includes Granite
type of rock that includes Limestone and Quartz
type of rock that includes Slate and Marble
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
Three Types of Rock
Igneous
type of rock that includes Granite
19 terms
6.2 Stone & Concrete Masonry and Load-Bearing Masonry
What is igneous rock?
What is sedimentary rock?
What is metamorphic rock?
What are the 2 main types of igneous r…
Rock that was deposited in a molten state (volcanic)
Rock that was deposited by the action of water and wind (sand…
Rock that was one of the above two types but was transformed…
1) Granite... - Wide range of colours... - Hard, strong, durable ... 2…
What is igneous rock?
Rock that was deposited in a molten state (volcanic)
What is sedimentary rock?
Rock that was deposited by the action of water and wind (sand…
25 terms
Joswick TCM Chapter 9 Stone and Concrete Masonry
Igneous
Sedimentary
Metamorphic
Granite Group
Rock developed in a molten state
Rock formed from particles deposited by wind and water
Formerly igneous or sedimentary rock transformed by heat and…
Igneous rock, mixture of mineral crystals. Non Porous, strong…
Igneous
Rock developed in a molten state
Sedimentary
Rock formed from particles deposited by wind and water
19 terms
Ch. 20 Cladding with Masonry and Concrete
masonry veneer curtain walls
masonry veneer
differences of masonry veneer
cantilevered steel angle
these cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
a single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
uses of horizontal and vertical expansions called soft joints…
this supporting frame is necessary for the support of the she…
masonry veneer curtain walls
these cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
masonry veneer
a single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
79 terms
Louisiana Contractor's Exam - Concrete and masonry
2,500 psi p. 72 IRC R402.2
5,000 psi p.72 IRC 402.3.1
2 p.72 IRC 506.2.2
6 p.95 IRC R404.1.2.3.4
Minimum psi for a concrete basement slab with negligible weat…
minimum psi for concrete used in precast foundations
For a below grade concrete floor, the 4 inches of base course…
The slump of concrete placed in removable forms shall not exc…
2,500 psi p. 72 IRC R402.2
Minimum psi for a concrete basement slab with negligible weat…
5,000 psi p.72 IRC 402.3.1
minimum psi for concrete used in precast foundations
30 terms
Chapter 26 Masonry and Concrete Bearing Wall Construction
Historical load-bearing masonry struct…
Use of the load-bearing masonry wall s…
The structural behavior of a contempor…
Referring to a masonry wall as a reinf…
b. all wind loads on the building were resisted by exterior w…
e. after World War II
a. conventional wood light-frame building
c. vertical reinforcing bars
Historical load-bearing masonry struct…
b. all wind loads on the building were resisted by exterior w…
Use of the load-bearing masonry wall s…
e. after World War II
27 terms
ARE 335 Ch. 9 - Stone and Concrete Masonry
What is the primary difference between…
Define "dolomitic limestone."
Define "quarry sap."
List and describe the four grades of l…
Bricks and CMUs are molded to shape, but stone masonry has to…
Limestone that is composed of a mixture of calcium and magnes…
groundwater that is contained in limestone when it is quarried
Select grade - fine to average grained stone with minimal fla…
What is the primary difference between…
Bricks and CMUs are molded to shape, but stone masonry has to…
Define "dolomitic limestone."
Limestone that is composed of a mixture of calcium and magnes…
38 terms
Chapter 25 Masonry Materials-II (Concrete Masonry Units, Natural Stone, and Glass Masonry Units)
The voids in CMUs are called... a. voids…
The nominal length of a typical CMU is…
The nominal height of a typical CMU is…
The nominal width (through-wall thickn…
c. cells
b. 16 in.
d. 8 in.
e. variable
The voids in CMUs are called... a. voids…
c. cells
The nominal length of a typical CMU is…
b. 16 in.
118 terms
CM EXAM 2- PORTLND CEMENT & CONCRETE & MASONRY
What is cement?
What is concrete?
What is the difference between cement…
List four advantages of concrete.
binding agent of concrete mix (glue)
mix of cement, water, aggregates (fine and coarse), admixtures
cement is the binding agent of concrete, while concrete is a…
1) fire resistance is very high... 2) does not require regular m…
What is cement?
binding agent of concrete mix (glue)
What is concrete?
mix of cement, water, aggregates (fine and coarse), admixtures
26 terms
chapter 9 stone and concrete masonry TEST 2 Benton
igneous
sedimentary
metamorphic
1. Granite... 2. Limestone... 3. Quartz-Base…
rock developed in a molten rock
Rock formed from particles deposited by wind and water
Formerly igneous or sedimentary rock transformed by heat and…
6 classifications of stone
igneous
rock developed in a molten rock
sedimentary
Rock formed from particles deposited by wind and water
35 terms
Div. 04 Masonry Forming, Bonding, Coursing of Brick & Concrete
mortar ingredients (4)
common bond
flemish bond
english bond
• cement ... (usually portland cement)... • lime... • sand... • water
(6th course is header; remaining courses are stretcher)
mortar ingredients (4)
• cement ... (usually portland cement)... • lime... • sand... • water
common bond
(6th course is header; remaining courses are stretcher)
35 terms
Div. 04 Masonry Forming, Bonding, Coursing of Brick & Concrete
mortar ingredients (4)
common bond
flemish bond
english bond
• cement ... (usually portland cement)... • lime... • sand... • water
(6th course is header; remaining courses are stretcher)
mortar ingredients (4)
• cement ... (usually portland cement)... • lime... • sand... • water
common bond
(6th course is header; remaining courses are stretcher)
33 terms
chapter 10 stone and concrete masonry TEST 2 Benton
composite masonry walls, masonry cavit…
multiwythe, solid on the inside, wythe…
multiwythe, hollow on the inside to he…
wall ties
types of masonry walls
traits of a composite masonry wall
traits of masonry cavity walls
provide lateral support to the, usually thinner, outer wythe.
composite masonry walls, masonry cavit…
types of masonry walls
multiwythe, solid on the inside, wythe…
traits of a composite masonry wall
22 terms
CM 2101 - Benton - Ch 20 Cladding with Masonry and Concrete
masonry veneer curtain walls
masonry veneer
steel shelf
soft joints, structural
These cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
A single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
Masonry veneer curtain walls are erected in conventional maso…
Masonry veneer curtain walls are different than the tradition…
masonry veneer curtain walls
These cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
masonry veneer
A single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
22 terms
CM 2101 - Benton - Ch 20 Cladding with Masonry and Concrete
masonry veneer curtain walls
masonry veneer
steel shelf
soft joints, structural
These cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
A single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
Masonry veneer curtain walls are erected in conventional maso…
Masonry veneer curtain walls are different than the tradition…
masonry veneer curtain walls
These cladding systems may be supported by a load-bearing fra…
masonry veneer
A single wythe of brick masonry separated by a cavity from a…
42 terms
CM 2101 - Benton - Ch 9 Stone & Concrete Masonry
(1) Both stacked and (2) have mortar j…
(1) Brick is molded while stone is cut…
igneous
sedimentary
Two similarities between stone and brick:
Two differences between stone and brick:
Rock developed in a molten state
Rock formed from particles deposited by wind and water
(1) Both stacked and (2) have mortar j…
Two similarities between stone and brick:
(1) Brick is molded while stone is cut…
Two differences between stone and brick:
36 terms
ARCH 2044 Exam 1 - Foundation, Concrete, Masonry, Brick FALL 2015
Types of Building Settlements
Content of a soil report by a geotechn…
Methods of shoring
Types of foundation
Grain size of gravel: (course to fine)... - Medium gravel... - Fine…
Geotechnical Report:... - Soil boring test - digs deep into the…
Shoring:... - a method of holding back the earth using wood/stee…
Shallow Foundations... - Loads are transferred to the earth at t…
Types of Building Settlements
Grain size of gravel: (course to fine)... - Medium gravel... - Fine…
Content of a soil report by a geotechn…
Geotechnical Report:... - Soil boring test - digs deep into the…
259 terms
COSC 253 Kim Carlson Fall 2014 Final Exam (Concrete & Masonry)
These are the answers to Kim Carlson's…
What is the ASTM?
CONCRETE
History of Concrete - Five key events
...
American Standards for Testing of Materials. They set the sta…
CONCRETE
(1) 200 BC - 100 AD; Romans developed concrete, including a h…
These are the answers to Kim Carlson's…
...
What is the ASTM?
American Standards for Testing of Materials. They set the sta…
259 terms
COSC 253 Kim Carlson Fall 2014 Final Exam (Concrete & Masonry)
These are the answers to Kim Carlson's…
What is the ASTM?
CONCRETE
History of Concrete - Five key events
...
American Standards for Testing of Materials. They set the sta…
CONCRETE
(1) 200 BC - 100 AD; Romans developed concrete, including a h…
These are the answers to Kim Carlson's…
...
What is the ASTM?
American Standards for Testing of Materials. They set the sta…
Masonry
CMU
brick
two way slab and beam
one way slab
cast; cement
fired; clay
reinforced in two directions and cast integrally with support…
reinforced in one direction with parallel supporting beams
CMU
cast; cement
brick
fired; clay
120 terms
Masonry
What dog does she own?
What division is masonry in?
Masonry="Materials that we..."?
What is included in masonry?
Australian Shepherd
Division 4
Stack
Brick... CMU (Concrete Masonry Unit)... Stone
What dog does she own?
Australian Shepherd
What division is masonry in?
Division 4
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