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COMPARING THE STRENGHT AS BLOCKS MADE FROM (1) CEMENT AND LATERITIC SOIL (2) CEMENT AND RED EARTH (3) LATERITE, SAND AND RED EARTH

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ABSTRACT

This case study is “comparing the strength of blocks made from: cement stabilized laterite blocks, cement stabilized red earth blocks and sand,  red earth and laterite blocks and mud blocks dried in the kiln.
This project implement the following analysis
(1)To  effect  reduction to the  rise in market price of sand (fine aggregate), cement blocks to substitute literate blocks.
(2)To determine the strength of the cement stabilized blocks of literate soil in the soil laboratory with a view to have an alternative in the building industry.
(3)To analyse the existing laterite soil and evaluate it’s suitability for use as a good building material by means of various tests.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Letter of transmittal
Approval page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
PROJECT BUILDING MATERIALS

CHAPTER TWO
PREPARATION OF MATERIALS

CHAPTER THREE
PREPARATION OF CUBE
CASTING OF THE STABILIZED MATERIALS
CURING OF SPECIMENS

CHAPTER FOUR
FIRING OF BLOCKS IN KILN
TESTING OF BLOCKS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH TEST
CALCULATION OF RESULTS

CHAPTER FIVE
DISCUSSION OF RESULT
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH TABLE WITH THE CEMENT MORTAR BLOCKS

CHAPTER SIX
RECOMMENDATION
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

COMPARING THE STRENGHT AS BLOCKS MADE FROM (1) CEMENT AND LATERITIC SOIL (2) CEMENT AND RED EARTH (3) LATERITE, SAND AND RED EARTH

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Type Project
Department Civil Engineering
Project ID CVE0084
Price ₦3,000 ($20)
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    Type Project
    Department Civil Engineering
    Project ID CVE0084
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 25 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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