Civil Engineering - Concrete Technology - Discussion

24. 

A concrete having a slump of 6.5 cm, is said to be

[A]. dry
[B]. earth moist
[C]. semi-plastic
[D]. plastic
[E]. none of these.

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Prasoon said: (Jan 26, 2016)  
How it will said to be plastic?

Ankush said: (Jun 25, 2016)  
How? Explain the reason.

Sharad said: (Sep 6, 2016)  
It should be semi-plastic.

Harsh said: (Oct 31, 2016)  
How, can anyone tell the values up to which slump is said plastic, semi-plastic, dry?

Dipu said: (Dec 21, 2016)  
How will it be plastic?

Ashok Kumar Gautam said: (Jun 6, 2017)  
1<. =Liquid.
1-3 = semi liquid.
3-5 = plastic.
5-10 = dry.

Sai said: (Aug 25, 2017)  
0-5 dry.
4-10 plastic.
9-16 soft.
15-30 fluid.

Jyoti said: (Sep 20, 2017)  
Why? Explain the reason.

Sai said: (Oct 30, 2017)  
0-6 dry.
6-13 plastic.
13-20 flowing.
>20 self compacting.

Gaurav said: (Dec 21, 2017)  
0- moist dry.
0-25 very dry.
50-100 plastic.
100-175 semi-plastic.

Akshay Patidar said: (Jun 6, 2018)  
In RCC code only three stages are given:-.

Slump 0 (Solid mix) , 0-40mm (Semi plastic mix) and 40-150mm (Plastic mix).

Bebo Mondal said: (Sep 4, 2018)  
What is the correct answer?

Paritosh said: (Nov 2, 2018)  
It's dry.

As per IS 1199-1959.

Paritosh Ranjan said: (Nov 2, 2018)  
It is as per the code IS 1159-1959.

Vivek Patel said: (Nov 6, 2018)  
But as per IS 1199-1959.

It is semi-fluid not dry.

Basit said: (Dec 4, 2019)  
@Gaurav can you tell me the code where it is stated.

Sud said: (May 26, 2020)  
0-25----> dry.
25-50----> semi plastic.
50-75-------> plastic.
75-100------> super plastic.

Jitendra said: (Jul 12, 2020)  
0-25 : Moist earth.
25-50 : Dry.
50-100 : Plastic.
100-175 : Semi fluid.

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