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Definitions: E

Effective Depth (d)

The effective depth (d) of a reinforced concrete floor slab is the distance from the compression face to the centre of the tensile steel when an element is subjected to a bending moment.

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Efflorescence

is a process by which soluble compounds are leached out of concrete, leaving a white deposit on the surface.

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Engineering Strain

Engineering Strain

Strain is a measure of the magnitude of a deformation caused by a stress. Engineering strain is a slightly simplified measure of true strain, used by engineers in their calculations.

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Engineering Stress

Engineering Stress

When a material has a force applied to it, it produces a stress. This stress deforms the material. Engineering stress is a slightly simplified version of true stress, used by engineers in their calculations.

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Epoxy Mortar

CoGri Rapid Mender Epoxy Mortar

is a high strength epoxy resin based mortar for the repair of joints and surface defects on concrete floor slabs.

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