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    • Saikiran Gone
      Dear Seniors, 

      What exactly difference in 


      1. BRE Aggressive Chemical Environmental for Concrete (ACEC) class is AC-2r   


      2. Normal Concrete 




      Do we need to indicate any special cement type or special design mix? 

      What exactly the above recommendation different than simply specifying the  M25 concrete. 

      Please suggest any information to get knowledge on the above concrete class if possible. 



      Please check the below link for the image   https://www.sefindia.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=19219&highlight=

      Thanks, 
      Regards 
      Saikiran Gone. 
    • drndosh
      This one have capacity design to EC8: http://radimpex.rs/about.php?lang=en&id=1 You can see capabilities in user manual.
    • Gurudev
      Hello forum, As per EN 10025-2, steel can be ordered either +AR as rolled or +N normalized rolling.
      So as a designer how do you specify whether +AR or +N is required?  Since we are only concerned with mechanical properties of steel grade as specified in the code for design. Please see my interpretation & correct if I am wrong, As normalized rolling is used to improve the mechanical properties of steel  We shall specify grade like S275 J2 as per design requirement, then steel supplier is suppose to decide whether he is capable of achieving the mechanical properties of steel in as rolled condition or not.  and accordingly he will supply +AR or +N grade. Am I right? Do share your views....
    • Gurudev
      Thanks for the suggestion. I will work on it.
    • seismic
      Suspension of the upper edge of the walls with the earth reduces the displacements responsible for all the stresses that develop on the structural carrier. The patent is stacked into the ground to draw from it a force that transfers it to the upper end of the wall in order to apply a counterbalance to the torque of the wall
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