Web Results

www.quora.com/What-is-bulk-density-of-cement-aggregate-sand

* The bulk density is the mass of the material related to a specific volume and for cement is normally expressed as “kilograms per cubic metre”. * The bulk density reflects the volume taken up by the cement plus any air trapped between the p...

usgrout.com/USGrout-technical-data.html

Technical Data for US Grout Products. The grout characteristics itemized below are for a water/cement ratio of 0.6/1 by weight. Those items with an asterisk (*) can be adjusted as required by the application.

hypertextbook.com/facts/1999/KatrinaJones.shtml

"The density of normal concrete is 2400 kg/m 3 and the density of lightweight concrete is 1750 kg/m 3: 1750–2400 kg/m 3: Brooklyn Public Library Files; 1999 "Typical density of concrete (2.3 g/cm 3)" 2300 kg/m 3: McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. "Volume generally assumed for the density of hardened concrete is 150 lb./ft 3 ...

www.aqua-calc.com/page/density-table/substance/cement-coma-and-blank-mortar

Cement, mortar weighs 2.162 gram per cubic centimeter or 2 162 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of cement, mortar is equal to 2 162 kg/m³. In Imperial or US customary measurement system, the density is equal to 135 pound per cubic foot [lb/ft³], or 1.25 ounce per cubic inch [oz/inch³] .

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Properties_of_concrete

Concrete has a very low coefficient of thermal expansion, and as it matures concrete shrinks. All concrete structures will crack to some extent, due to shrinkage and tension. Concrete which is subjected to long-duration forces is prone to creep. The density of concrete varies, but is around 2,400 kilograms per cubic metre (150 lb/cu ft).

www.inchcalculator.com/concrete-weight-calculator

The density of a typical concrete mix is 2.4 g/cm 3 or 150 lbs/ft 3. Different mixes of concrete will use more or less aggregate as well. For instance, the preferred concrete mix for a countertop will have less aggregate than the mix for a driveway, which will affect the density and thus the weight of the concrete.

www.concreteconstruction.net/how-to/materials/volume-of-grout_o

The volume of the grout is the sum of the volume of cement and water or 1.145 cubic feet. This assumes that there's no air entrapped in the paste. If air is entrapped, the volume will be greater. You can also calculate volume without knowing cement specific gravity if you first measure the unit weight of the grout.