Cracking in Masonry Walls or Brick Boundary Walls | Causes & Prevention

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Cracking in Masonry Wall and Brick Boundary Walls Brittle Cracking in Masonry Wall is one of the most common failure modes in brick wall structures. Stone and brick masonry walls are widely used for load bearing and non-load bearing applications. Brick masonry is most commonly used as load bearing structure for non-RC framed structures in … Read more Cracking in Masonry Walls or Brick Boundary Walls | Causes & Prevention

Cracks in Concrete | Types & Causes of Concrete Cracking

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Cracks in concrete are quite common phenomena. But unforeseen cracking in concrete that are not anticipated in design stage, affects the durability and integrity of structure. This in-turn results in poor performance on the structure over its service life.

Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) | Simple Explanation | Significance

Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) Definition of Reinforced Cement Concrete    Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) is a composite building material consisting of structural concrete reinforced with a reinforcing material like steel. The most common reinforcement used is steel, due to its complimentary properties and it is called steel reinforced cement concrete or simply Reinforced Cement Concrete. … Read more Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) | Simple Explanation | Significance