The both Ambela granite have very close values of uniaxial compressive
and tensile strength despite of significant difference in mineralogy .
Concrete has been widely used in construction due to its high compressive
strength, excellent workability and easily moulded into any shape.
The Gibson-Ashby model successfully explains the compressive
behavior of well-expanded foams.
Depending on the intensity of mechanical and thermal loads during hard turning, compressive
and/or tensile residual stress can be obtained.
This study captured the effect on compressive
strength from 36 locations across the North-west United States rather than 6 locations spread across the Northwest and Canada as studied by Dahlen et al.
Initially, a vertical compressive
stress was applied by means of the vertical hydraulic jack until the prescribed stress level was imposed on the wall.
Any change in proportions of binders (fly ash and GGBS), molarity of NaOH solution, ratio of [Na.sub.2][SiO.sub.3]/NaOH solution, curing temperature will affect the concrete compressive
strength (Rattanasak and Chindaprasirt 2009; Albitar, Mohamed Ali and Vistin, et al.
In this paper, the effect of sodium carbonate (N[a.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]) on the flexural and compressive
strength of cement mortars containing natural zeolite subjected to high temperatures were examined.
Many scholars [7-9] research on the mechanical properties of recycled concrete, mainly concentrated in the correlation between the compressive
strength/elastic modulus of recycled concrete and content of recycled aggregate.
Finally, the infiltration of chloride ion in the concrete also decreases the compressive
strength [4, 5].
Cwirzen and Cwirzen  study the compressive
strength of different magnesium oxide contents (0-20%); the experimental results show that, after 28 days of carbonization, the strength of the test piece with the magnesium oxide content of 0 is 32 MPa, the strength of the magnesium oxide is 10%, and the strength of the 20% test piece is 42 MPa and 40 MPa, respectively.