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Concrete Mix proportioning-Guidelines, Second Revision

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gravel with some crushed particles/rounded production of concrete batches (for example

gravel/manufactured coarse aggregate); changes in the source of materials, mix

k) Type of fine aggregate (natural sand/ crushed proportioning, equipment or technical control),

stone or gravel sand/manufactured sand/ the standard deviation value shall be separately

mixed sand); calculated for such batches of concrete.

m) Maximum cement content; c) Standard deviation to be brought

n) Whether a chemical admixture shall or shall up-to-date — The calculation of the standard

not be used and the type of chemical admixture deviation shall be brought up-to-date

and the extent of use; periodically and after every change of mix

proportioning. The standard deviation shall be

p) Whether a mineral admixture shall or shall not

checked every month subject to minimum 30

be used and the type of mineral admixture and

test results to ensure that it is less than the value

the extent of use; and

considered in mix design. If higher, necessary

q) Any other specific requirement like early age modification shall be done in the mix.

strength requirements.

NOTE — Suitable reduction in water cement or water 4.2.1.2 Calculation of standard deviation

cementitious material ratio shall be done after the mix

has been finalized based on trial mixes, to achieve the Calculate the standard deviation, S, of the strength test

specific requirement of high early strength, if any. The results as follows.

reduced ratio shall be fixed based on trials for the

required early strength. These trials shall be carried out 4.2.1.2.1 For a single group of consecutive test results:

after recalculating all the mix proportions.

n

i 1

S

In order that not more than the specified proportion of ( n 1)

test results are likely to fall below the characteristic where

strength, the concrete mix has to be proportioned for

S = standard deviation of the group;

higher target mean compressive strength f ’ ck. The

margin over characteristic strength is given by the n = number of test results considered;

following relation: X = average of n test results considered; and

f’ck = fck + 1.65 S Xi = individual test result.

or 4.2.1.2.2 For two groups (mixes) of consecutive test

f’ck = fck + X results of same grade:

whichever is higher.

where (n1 1) s12 (n2 1) s22

S

f’ck = target mean compressive strength at 28 days, (n1 n2 2)

in N/mm2; where

fck = characteristic compressive strength at 28 S = standard deviation for the two groups

days, in N/mm2; combined;

S = standard deviation, in N/mm2 (see 4.2.1); and s1, s2 = standard deviation for group 1 and 2,

X = factor based on the grade of concrete, as per respectively, calculated as per 4.2.1.2.1;

Table 1. and

4.2.1 Standard Deviation n1, n2 = number of test results in group 1 and 2,

The standard deviation for each grade of concrete shall respectively, where both n1 and n2 shall not

be calculated separately. be less than 10, and n1+ n2 shall not be

less than 30.

4.2.1.1 Standard deviation based on test strength of

4.2.1.3 Assumed Standard deviation

samples

Where sufficient test results for a particular grade of

a) Number of test results of samples — The total concrete are not available, the value of standard deviation

number of test strength of samples required given in Table 2 may be assumed for the proportioning

to constitute an acceptable record for of mix in the first instance. As soon as the results of

calculation of standard deviation shall be not samples are available, actual calculated standard

less than 30. deviation shall be used and the mix may be proportioned

b) In case of significant changes in concrete — suitably. However, when adequate past records for a

When significant changes are made in the similar grade exist and it is justified to adopt a value of

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standard deviation different from that shown in Table 1, SECTION 2 ORDINARY AND STANDARD

it shall be permissible to use that value. GRADES OF CONCRETE

Table 1 Value of X 5 SELECTION OF MIX PROPORTIONS

(Clause 4.2)

5.1 Selection of Water-Cement Ratio

Sl Grade of Concrete Value of X

No. Different cements, supplementary cementitious

(1) (2) (3) materials and aggregates of different maximum size,

i) M 10 grading, surface texture, shape and other characteristics

5.0

M 15 may produce concrete of different compressive strength

ii) M 20 for the same free water-cement ratio. Therefore, the

M 25

5.5 relationship between strength and free water-cement

ratio should preferably be established for the materials

iii) M 30 actually to be used. In the absence of such data, the

M 35 preliminary free water-cement ratio (by mass) (w/c)

M 40 corresponding to the compressive strength at 28 days

M 45 6.5 may be selected from the relationship shown in Fig.1,

M 50 for the expected 28 days strength of cement. The final

M 55 w/c is arrived at, based on the results of all the trials

M 60 and any change in strength of cement shall get adjusted

iv) M65 and above 8.0 in the trials. In case, the actual strength of cement is

known, the curve corresponding to the actual strength

Table 2 Assumed Standard Deviation of cement may be used.

(Clause 4.2.1.3)

5.1.1 The water-cement ratio selected according to 5.1

Sl Grade of Concrete Assumed Standard shall be checked against the limiting water-cement ratio

No. Deviation for the requirements of durability and the lower of the

N/mm2

(1) (2) (3) two values adopted.

i) M 10 NOTE — In case of water cement ratios on the upper limits of

3.5 durability clause, it is required that the water content contributed

M 15 by the admixtures, also be considered in the calculations and

ii) the final water cement ratio shall be fixed accordingly.

M 20

4.0

M 25 5.1.2 Where supplementary cementitious materials are

iii)

used, that is, mineral admixtures, the water cementitious

M30 materials ratio (w/cm) shall be calculated, in accordance

M35 with Table 5 of IS 456 and this w/cm shall be in

M40 accordance with Table 3 and Table 5 of IS 456 or as

M45 5.0 specified.

M50

5.2 Estimation of Air Content

M55

M60 Approximate amount of entrapped air to be expected

in normal (non-air-entrained) concrete is given in

iv)

M 65 Table 3.

M 70

6.0 Table 3 Approximate Air Content

M 75 (Clause 5.2)

M 80

Sl Nominal Maximum Size Entrapped Air, as

NOTES No. of Aggregate Percentage

1 The above values correspond to good degree of site control mm of Volume of Concrete

having proper storage of cement; weigh batching of all materials;

(1) (2) (3)

controlled addition of water; regular checking of all materials;

aggregate grading and moisture content; and regular checking of i) 10 1.5

workability and strength. Where there are deviations from the ii) 20 1.0

above, the site control shall be designated as fair and the values iii) 40 0.8

given in the above table shall be increased by 1 N/mm2.

2 For grades M65 and above, the standard deviation may also be 5.2.1 The actual values of air content can also be

established by actual trials based on assumed proportions, before adopted during mix proportioning, if the site data (at

finalizing the mix. least 5 results) for similar mix is available.

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for gravel with some crushed particles and 20 kg for IS 456.

rounded gravel to produce same workability. For the

The cementitious materials content so calculated shall

desired workability (other than 50 mm slump), the required

be checked against the minimum content for the

water content may be increased or decreased by about 3

requirements of durability as per IS 456 or as specified

percent for each increase or decrease of 25 mm slump or

and greater of the two values may be adopted. The

may be established by trial. This illustrates the need for

maximum cement content shall be in accordance with

trial batch testing of the given materials as each aggregate

IS 456 or as specified.

source is different and can influence concrete properties.

The water so calculated can be reduced by use of chemical 5.4.2 The percentage of fly ash/GGBS to be used has

admixture conforming to IS 9103. Water reducing to be decided based on the project requirement and the

admixture or super plasticizing admixtures usually quality of these materials.

decrease water content by 5 to 10 percent and 20 to 30

percent and above respectively at appropriate dosages. 5.5 Estimation of Coarse Aggregate Proportion

The requirement of water content and/or chemical 5.5.1 Aggregates of essentially the same nominal

admixture content may increase with the addition of maximum size, type and grading will produce concrete

high dosages of mineral admixture. The guidelines on of satisfactory workability when a given volume of

selecting appropriate water reducing admixture and its coarse aggregate per unit volume of total aggregate is

dosages are given in Annex G. used. Approximate values for this aggregate volume

Table 4 Water Content per Cubic Metre of are given in Table 5 for a water-cement/water-

Concrete For Nominal Maximum Size of cementitious materials ratio of 0.5, which may be

Aggregate suitably adjusted for other ratios, the proportion of

(Clause 5.3) volume of coarse aggregates to that of total aggregates

is increased at the rate of 0.01 for every decrease in

Sl Nominal Maximum Size of Water Content1) water-cement/cementitious materials ratio by 0.05 and

No. Aggregate kg

mm decreased at the rate of 0.01 for every increase in water-

(1) (2) (3) cement ratio by 0.05.

i) 10 208

ii) 20 186

It can be seen that for equal workability, the volume of

iii) 40 165 coarse aggregate in a unit volume of concrete is

1)

Water content corresponding to saturated surface dry aggregate.

dependent only on its nominal maximum size and

grading zone of fine aggregate. Differences in the

NOTES

1 These quantities of mixing water are for use in computing

amount of mortar required for workability with different

cement/cementitious materials content for trial batches. aggregates, due to differences in particle shape and

2 On account of long distances over which concrete needs to be grading, can be adjusted by changing coarse to fine

carried from batching plant/RMC plant, the concrete mix is aggregate ratio. Generally higher fine aggregate content

generally designed for a higher slump initially than the slump

required at the time

me of placing. The initial slump value shall is required for crushed angular coarse aggregates due

depend on the distance of transport and loss of slump with time. to increased surface area.

5.4 Calculation of Cement/Cementitious Materials 5.5.2 For more workable concrete mixes which is

Content sometimes required when placement is by pump or

5.4.1 The cement and supplementary cementitious when the concrete is required to be worked around

materials content per unit volume of concrete may be congested reinforcing steel, it may be desirable to

calculated from the free water-cement ratio ((see 5.1) reduce the estimated coarse aggregate content

and the quantity of water per unit volume of concrete. determined using Table 5 up to 10 percent. However,

caution shall be exercised to assure that the resulting

In certain situations, while using part replacement of slump, water-cement/cementitious materials ratio and

cement by fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag strength properties of concrete are consistent with the

(GGBS), silica fume, and other mineral admixtures, recommendations of IS 456 and meet project

increase in cementitious materials content may be specification requirements as applicable.

warranted, particularly if fly ash is 20 percent or more.

The decision on increase in cementitious materials 5.6 Combination of Different Coarse Aggregate

content and its percentage may be based on experience Fractions

and trials; or the cementitious materials content so

calculated may be increased by 10 percent for The coarse aggregate used shall conform to IS 383.

preliminary trial. The water-cementitious materials ratio Coarse aggregates of different sizes may be combined

shall be recalculated, based on the increased in suitable proportions so as to result in an overall

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Table 5 Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones of Fine

Aggregate for Water-Cement/Water-Cementitious Materials Ratio of 0.50

(Clause 5.5)

Sl Nominal Maximum Size Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones of Fine

No. of Aggregate Aggregate

mm

Zone IV Zone III Zone II Zone I

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

i) 10 0.54 0.52 0.50 0.48

ii) 20 0.66 0.64 0.62 0.60

iii) 40 0.73 0.72 0.71 0.69

NOTES

1 Volumes are based on aggregates in saturated surface dry condition.

2 These volumes are for crushed (angular) aggregate and suitable adjustments may be made for other shape of aggregate.

3 Suitable adjustments may also be made for fine aggregate from other than natural sources, normally, crushed sand or mixed sand may

need lesser fine aggregate content. In that case, the coarse aggregate volume shall be suitably increased.

4 It is recommended that fine aggregate conforming to Grading Zone IV, as per IS 383 shall not be used in reinforced concrete unless tests

have been made to ascertain the suitability of proposed mix proportions.

grading conforming to Table 7 of IS 383 for particular percent of the pre-selected value, while satisfying the

nominal maximum size of aggregate. workability requirements as well.

5.7 Estimation of Fine and Coarse Aggregate Mix No. 2 to 4 normally provides sufficient

Contents information, including the relationship between

compressive strength and water-cement ratio, from

With the completion of procedure given in 5.4,, all the which the mix proportions can be finalized, such that

ingredients have been estimated except the coarse and the strength and durability requirements are also

fine aggregate content. These quantities are determined satisfied. Additional field trials are recommended

by finding out the absolute volume of cementitious particularly for workability requirements. The concrete

materials, water and the chemical admixture; by for field trials shall be produced by methods of actual

dividing their mass by their respective specific gravity, concrete production.

multiplying by 1/1 000 and subtracting the result of

their summation from unit volume (excluding the 5.8.1 Reporting

volume of entrapped air). The values so obtained are The mix design report shall include the following:

divided into coarse and fine aggregate fractions by a) Period of testing (starting and ending date);

volume in accordance with coarse aggregate proportion

b) Details of work/type of structure, if provided;

already determined in 5.5.. The coarse and fine

aggregate contents are then determined by multiplying c) All the data provided for the mix design as

their volume with their respective specific gravities and per 4.1, and deviations from IS 456, if any;

multiplying by 1 000. d) Relevant test data of different materials for

the purpose of mix proportioning;

5.8 Trial Mixes e) Details of materials such as brand of cement,

The calculated mix proportions shall be checked by manufacturing date (week/year) percentage of

means of trial batches. pozzolana/slag, etc, as per manufacturers

certificate; source of coarse and fine

Workability of the trial mix No. 1 shall be measured. aggregates (if provided), etc;

The mix shall be carefully observed for freedom from f) Details of the trials conducted; and

segregation and bleeding and its finishing properties.

g) Recommended mix proportions.

If the measured workability of Trial Mix No. 1 is

different from the stipulated value, the water and/or 5.9 Illustrative Examples

admixture content shall be adjusted suitably. With this An illustrative example of concrete mix proportioning

adjustment, the mix proportion shall be recalculated is given in Annex A. Another illustrative example of

keeping the free water-cement/water-cementitious mix proportioning of concrete using fly ash and using

materials ratio at the pre-selected value, which will slag is given in Annex B and Annex C, respectively.

comprise Trial Mix No. 2. In additional two more Trial These examples are merely illustrative to explain the

Mixes No. 3 and 4 shall be made with the water content procedure and the actual mix proportioning shall be

same as Trial mix No. 2 and varying the free water- based on trial batches with the given materials.

cement/cementitious materials ratio by about ± 10

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SECTION 3 HIGH STRENGTH GRADES OF IS 383. Generally, for high strength, a fine aggregate

CONCRETE of coarser size is preferred (Zone I or Zone II), due to

availability of high fines content from the cementitious

6 HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE (GRADE M 65 materials.

AND ABOVE)

6.1.4 Chemical Admixtures

High strength concrete is the concrete that has

characteristic compressive strength of 65 N/mm2 or High strength concrete mixes usually have a low water-

more. This section provides the guidance for selecting cementitious materials ratio (w/cm). These low w/cm

mix proportion for M65 or above. ratios are generally only attainable with high-range

water-reducing admixtures (HRWRA). PCE type (Poly

Usually, for high strength concrete mixes specially

carboxylate ether based) super plasticisers which reduce

selected cementitious materials and chemical

water content by 30 percent or above at appropriate

admixtures, that is, super plasticizers are used, and

dosages, maybe used.

achieving a low water–cementitious materials ratio (w/

cm) is considered essential. 6.2 Concrete Mix Proportioning

The procedure for proportioning high strength concrete 6.2.1 Target Strength for Mix Proportioning

is similar to that required for ordinary/standard strength

concrete. The procedure consists of series of steps that, See 4.2.

4.2

when completed, provide a mixture meeting 6.2.2 Selection of Maximum Size of Aggregate

workability, strength and durability requirements based

on the combined properties of the individually selected Based on the strength requirement, the maximum size

and proportioned ingredients. of aggregates is generally restricted to 20 mm; however,

for grades M80 and above, aggregates of maximum

6.1 Materials size 10.0 mm to 12.5 mm may be preferable.

Materials shall be selected, proportioned and controlled 6.2.3 Estimation of Air Content

carefully to achieve effective production of high Approximate amount of entrapped air to be expected in

strength concrete. To achieve high strength concrete normal (non-air-entrained) concrete is given in Table 6.

optimum proportions shall be selected, considering the

cement and other cementitious materials properties, Table 6 Approximate Air Content

aggregate quality, aggregate gradation, paste volume, (Clause 6.2.3)

admixture type and dosage and mixing. Sl Nominal Maximum Size Entrapped Air, as

No. of Aggregate Percentage

6.1.1 Cementitious Materials mm of Volume of Concrete

Proper selection of type of cement is very important (1) (1) (1)

step for the production of high strength concrete. Fly i) 10.0 1.0

ii) 12.5 0.8

ash, silica fume, ground granulated blast furnace slag iii) 20.0 0.5

(GGBS) or metakaoline are widely used as cementitious

and pozzolanic ingredients in high strength concrete. 6.2.3.1 The actual values of air content can also be

adopted during mix proportioning if, the site data (at

6.1.2 Coarse Aggregate least 5 results) for similar mix is available.

In the proportioning of high strength concrete, the 6.2.4 Selection of Water Content and Admixture Content

aggregates require special consideration and they

greatly influence the strength and other properties of The quantity of water required to produce a given

concrete. Therefore, the coarse aggregate shall be workability is influenced by many factors, including

strong, sufficiently sound, free of fissures or weak the maximum size, particle shape and grading of the

planes, clean and free of surface coating and shall meet aggregate. The demand of water content is also

the requirement of IS 383. Generally crushed stone influenced by the quantity of cement, pozzolanic

aggregates with impact/crushing value not greater than material and the type of chemical admixture used. PCE

22 percent and combined flakiness and elongation index type (Polycarboxylate ether based) super plasticisers

not more than 30 percent have been found suitable for which reduce water content by 30 percent or above at

high strength concrete. appropriate dosages, maybe used.

6.1.3 Fine Aggregate However, trial batching is the most effective way to

determine the best proportions for the ingredients to

The fine aggregate shall meet the requirements of be used. Table 7 gives estimates of water content for

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high strength concrete without chemical admixtures. cementitious materials ratio (see 6.2.5) per unit volume

The given water content is for 50 mm slump. For the of concrete. However, this must satisfy the specification

desired workability (other than 50 mm slump), the of maximum or minimum limit on the amount of

required water content may be increased or decreased cementitious material as per IS 456.

by about 3 percent for each increase or decrease If cement content (not including any mineral

of 25 mm slump or may be established by trial. These admixtures) more than the maximum cement content

quantities of mixing water are maximum for well- as given in IS 456 is to be used, it shall be ensured that

shaped, clean, angular and well graded coarse the special consideration has been given in design to

aggregate. Since the particle shape and surface texture the increased risk of cracking due to drying shrinkage,

of fine aggregate can significantly influence the mixing or to early thermal cracking and to the increased risk

water demand, the water requirement may be different of damage due to alkali silica reaction.

from the values given in Table 7 and shall be established

by trials. The water so calculated shall be reduced by The recommended dosages of different mineral

use of high range water reducing admixtures admixtures materials for high strength mixes are given

conforming to IS 9103. in Table 9.

6.2.7 Estimation of Coarse Aggregate Proportion

The requirement of water content and/or chemical

admixture content may increase with the addition of The optimum content of the coarse aggregate depends

high dosages of mineral admixture. The guidelines on on its strength and maximum nominal size of coarse

selecting appropriate water reducing admixture and its aggregate. For proportioning of ordinary and standard

dosages are given in Annex G. grades of concrete, the optimum volume of coarse

NOTE — In case of water-cement ratios on the upper limits of aggregate is given as a function of the maximum size

durability clause it is required that the water content contributed of coarse aggregate and grading zone of fine aggregate.

by the admixtures shall also be considered in the calculations However, high strength grades of concrete are not

and the final water-cement ratio shall be fixed accordingly.

dependent on the fine aggregate to provide fines for

6.2.5 Selection of Water-Cementitious Materials Ratio lubrication and consolidation of the fresh concrete as

(w/cm) the mixes have high content of cementitious material.

The recommended values for w/cm for high strength The recommended coarse aggregate volume per unit

concrete made with silica fume and HRWRA as a volume of total aggregate for different zones of fine

function of maximum size aggregates to achieve aggregate is given in Table 10.

different target compressive strength at 28 days, is given For more workable concrete mixes which is sometimes

in Table 8. In case, other cementitious materials such required when placement is by pump or when the

as fly ash, ggbs are also used, the cementitious material concrete is required to be worked around congested

content shall be suitably increased and the water- reinforcing steel, it may be desirable to reduce the

cementitious material ratio shall be recalculated based estimated coarse aggregate content determined using

on the total cementitious material used. Table10 up to 5 percent. However, caution shall be

6.2.6 Calculation of Cementitious Material Content exercised to assure that the resulting slump, water-

The cement and supplementary cementitious material cement ratio and strength properties of concrete are

content per unit volume of concrete may be calculated consistent with the recommendations of IS 456 and

from the quantity of water ((see 6.2.4) and the free water- meet project specification requirements as applicable

Table 7 Water Content per Cubic Metre of Concrete for Nominal Maximum Sizes of Aggregate

(Clause 6.2.4)

Sl Nominal Maximum Size of Aggregate Maximum Water Content (see Note 1)

No. mm kg/m3

(1) (2) (3)

i) 10.0 200

ii) 12.5 195

iii) 20.0 186

NOTES

1 Water content corresponding to saturated surface dry aggregate.

2 These quantities of mixing water are for use in computing cement/cementitious material content for trial batches.

3 On account of long distances over which concrete needs to be carried from batching plant/RMC plant, the concrete mix is generally

designed for a higher slump initially than the slump required at the time of placing. The initial slump value shall depend on the distance of

transport and loss of slump with time. Accordingly the adjustment for water content/admixture dosage shall be made for the higher initial

slump value.

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Table 8 Recommended w/cm for High Strength Concrete made with HRWRA

(Clause 6.2.5)

Sl Target Compressive Strength at 28 Days Water–Cementitious Materials Ratio

No. N/mm2

Nominal Maximum Size of Aggregate

10.0 mm 12.5 mm 20.0 mm

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

i) 70 0.36 0.35 0.33

ii) 75 0.34 0.33 0.31

iii) 80 0.32 0.31 0.29

iv) 85 0.30 0.29 0.27

v) 90 0.28 0.27 0.26

vi) 100 0.26 0.25 0.24

NOTE — The recommended w/cm are for 28 days cement strength 53 MPa and above; for cement of other strength values, suitable

adjustments may be made by reducing the w/cm.

6.2.8 Estimation of Fine and Coarse Aggregate Contents additional two more Trial Mixes No. 3 and 4 shall be

made with the water content same as Trial mix No. 2

With the completion of procedure given in 6.2.4, 6.2.5

and varying the free water-cement/cementitious

and 6.2.6, all the ingredients would have been estimated

materials ratio by ±10 percent of the preselected value,

except the coarse and fine aggregate content. These

while satisfying the workability requirements as well.

quantities are determined by finding out the absolute

volume of cementitious material, water and the Mix No. 2 to 4 normally provides sufficient information,

chemical admixture; by dividing their mass by their including the relationship between compressive strength

respective specific gravity, multiplying by 1/1 000 and and water-cementitious materials ratio, from which the

subtracting the result of their summation from unit mix proportions can be finalized. Additional field trials

volume excluding the volume of entrapped air. The are recommended particularly for workability

values so obtained are divided into coarse and fine requirements. The concrete for field trials shall be

aggregate fractions by volume in accordance with produced by methods of actual concrete production.

coarse aggregate proportion already determined

6.2.10 Reporting

in 6.2.7.. The coarse and fine aggregate contents are

then determined by multiplying their volume with their The mix design report shall include the following:

respective specific gravities and multiplying by 1 000.

a) Period of testing (starting and ending date);

6.2.9 Trial Mixes b) Details of work/type of structure, if provided;

The calculated mix proportions shall be checked by c) All the data provided for the mix design as

means of trial batches. per 4.1, and deviations from IS 456, if any;

d) Relevant test data of different materials for

Workability of the trial mix No. 1 shall be measured.

the purpose of mix proportioning;

The mix shall be carefully observed for freedom from

segregation and bleeding and its finishing properties. e) Details of materials such as brand of cement,

If the measured workability of Trial Mix No. 1 is manufacturing date (week/year) percentage of

different from the stipulated value, the water and/or pozzolana/slag, etc, as per manufacturers

admixture content shall be adjusted suitably. With this certificate; source of coarse and fine

adjustment, the mix proportion shall be recalculated aggregates (if provided), etc;

keeping the free water-cement ratio at the pre-selected f) Details of the trials conducted; and

value, which will comprise Trial Mix No. 2. In g) Recommended mix proportions.

Table 9 Recommended Dosages of Mineral Admixtures Materials for High Strength Mixes

(Clause 6.2.6)

Sl Mineral Admixtures Recommended Dosages, Percentage by Mass of

No. Total Cementitious Materials

(1) (2) (3)

i) Fly ash 15 - 30

ii) Ground granulated blast furnace slag 25 - 50

iii) Metakaoline 5 - 15

iv) Silica fume 5 - 10

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Table 10 Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones of Fine

Aggregate for Water-Cement/Water-Cementitious Material Ratio of 0.30

(Clause 6.2.7)

Sl Nominal Maximum Size of Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones

No. Aggregate of Fine Aggregate

mm

Zone III Zone II Zone I

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

i) 10.0 0.56 0.54 0.52

ii) 12.5 0.58 0.56 0.54

iii) 20.0 0.68 0.66 0.64

NOTES

1 Volumes are based on aggregates in saturated surface dry condition.

2 These volumes are for crushed (angular) coarse aggregate and suitable adjustments may be made for other shape of aggregate.

3 Suitable adjustments may also be madee for fine aggregate from other than natural sources, normally, crushed sand or mixed sand having

higher fine content (passing 150 micron sieve), which may need lesser fine aggregate content. In that case, the coarse aggregate volume

may be suitably increased.

An illustrative example of concrete mix proportioning This is the ability of fresh concrete to flow into and fill

for high strength concrete is given in Annex D. These all spaces within the formwork, under its own weight.

examples are merely illustrative to explain the Slump-flow test is performed to test the flowability.

procedure and the actual mix proportioning shall be Slump-flow value describes the flowablity of a fresh

based on trial batches with the given materials. mix in unconfined condition. Visual observation during

SECTION 4 SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE the test can provide additional information on the

segregation resistance and uniformity.

7 GENERAL

The following are typical slump-flow classes for a range

Self compacting concrete (SCC) is highly flowable, of applications:

non-segregating concrete that fills uniformly and

a) SF1 (slump flow 550 mm - 650 mm). This

completely every corner of formwork by its own weight

class of SCC is appropriate for:

and encapsulate reinforcement without any vibration,

1) Unreinforced or lightly reinforced concrete

whilst maintaining homogeneity.

structures that are cast from the top with

7.1 Application Area free displacement from the delivery point

Self compacting concrete (SCC) may be used in precast (for example, housing slabs).

concrete applications or for concrete placed on site. SCC 2) Casting by a pump injection system (for

is used to cast sections with highly congested example, tunnel linings).

reinforcement and in areas that present restricted access 3) Sections that are small enough to prevent

to placement and consolidation, including the construction long horizontal flow (for example, piles

of tunnel lining sections and the casting of hybrid concrete- and some deep foundations).

filled steel tubular columns. It may be manufactured in a b) SF2 (slump flow 660 mm - 750 mm) is suitable

site batching plant or in a ready-mixed concrete plant and for normal applications (for example, walls,

delivered to site by truck mixer. It may be placed either columns).

by pumping or pouring into horizontal or vertical forms. c) SF3 (slump flow 760 mm — 850 mm) is used

7.2 Features of Fresh Self Compacting Concrete for vertical applications in heavily reinforced

structures, structures with complex shapes, or

A concrete mix can only be classified as self-

for filling under formwork. SF3 will often give

compacting concrete, if the requirements for all below

better surface finish than SF2 for normal

mentioned characteristics are fulfilled:

vertical applications but segregation resistance

a) Filling ability (Flowability), is more difficult to control.

b) Passing ability,

7.2.2 Passing Ability (Free from Blocking at

c) Segregation resistance, and Reinforcement)

d) Viscosity

Passing ability describes the capacity of the fresh mix to

The above tests shall be carried out as per flow through confined spaces and narrow openings such as

IS 1199 (Part 6). areas of congested reinforcement without segregation. If

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In case, any other relationship is established at site, the Air entrainment in mass concrete (for 150 mm msa

same may also be adopted in place of 20 and 25 percent. and 80 mm msa) is considered useful for various

reasons. Air entrainment in mass concrete permits a

9.3 Estimation of Air Content marked improvement in durability (particularly under

Approximate amount of entrapped air to be expected freezing and thawing conditions), improvement in

in normal (non-air-entrained) concrete is given in plasticity and workability and reduction in segregation

Table 11. and bleeding. The effect of air entrainment on the

strength of mass concrete shall be considered in the

Table 11 Approximate Air Content

design of mass concrete itself; that is, the reduction

(Clause 9.3)

in strength, shall be compensated in the mix trials.

Sl Nominal Maximum Entrapped Air, as Percentage Generally, 3 to 4 percent air content is recommended

No. Size of Aggregate of Volume of Concrete

mm

for 150 mm msa and 3.5 to 4.5 percent air content is

(1) (2) (3)

recommended for 80 mm msa. The air content when

i) 40 0.8

determined on mixtures passing through 40 mm sieve

ii) 80 0.3 shall be higher by 1.5 to 2 percent than the values

iii) 150 0.2 indicated above.

9.3.1 The actual values of air content can also be Table 12 Water Content per Cubic Metre of

adopted during mix proportioning if, the site data (at Concrete for Nominal Maximum Size of Aggregate

least 5 results) for similar mix is available. (Clause 9.4)

9.4 Selection of Water Content and Admixture Sl Nominal Maximum Size of Water Content(1)

No. Aggregate kg

Content mm

The water content of concrete is influenced by a number (1) (2) (3)

of factors, such as aggregate size, aggregate shape, i) 40 165

ii) 80 145

aggregate texture, workability, water-cement ratio, iii) 150 125

cement and other supplementary cementitious materials 1)

Water content corresponding to saturated surface dry aggregate.

(type and content), chemical admixture and

environmental conditions. An increase in aggregates NOTES

1 The recommended values of water content for different msa of

size, a reduction in water-cement ratio and slumps, and aggregates are for non-air-entrained concrete. The values will be

use of rounded aggregate and water reducing admixture decreased by 8 kg in case of air-entrained concrete.

will reduce the water demand. On the other hand 2 These quantities of mixing water are for use in computing

cement/cementitious materials content for trial batches.

increased temperature, cement content, slump, water-

3 On account of long distances over which concrete needs to be

cement ratio, aggregate angularity and a decrease in carried from batching plant/RMC plant, the concrete mix is

the proportion of the coarse aggregate to fine aggregate generally designed for a higher slump initially than the slump

will increase water demand. required at the time of placing. The initial slump value shall

depend on the distance of transport and loss of slump with time.

The quantity of mixing water per unit volume of

concrete may be determined from Table 12. The water 9.5 Selection of Water Cement Ratio.

content in Table 12 is for angular coarse aggregate and The water cement ratio shall be selected as per Fig. 1

for 50 mm slump. The water estimate in Table 12 can

for the target strength calculated as per 9.2 without

be reduced by approximately 20 kg for rounded gravel

considering the increase of strength by 20-25 percent

of 40 mm msa, 15 kg for rounded gravel of 80 mm msa

due to wet sieving effect.

and 10 kg for 150 mm msa, to produce same

workability. For the desired workability (other than 50 9.6 Calculation of Cement/Cementitious Materials

mm slump), the required water content may be Content

increased or decreased by about 3 percent for each

increase or decrease of 25 mm slump or may be 9.6.1 The cement and supplementary cementitious

established by trial. This illustrates the need for trial materials content per unit volume of concrete may be

batch testing of the given materials as each aggregate calculated from the free water-cement ratio (see 9.5)

source is different and can influence concrete and the quantity of water per unit volume of concrete.

properties. The water so calculated can be reduced by In certain situations, while using part replacement of

use of chemical admixture conforming to IS 9103. cement by fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag

Water reducing admixture or plasticizing admixtures (GGBS), silica fume, etc, increase in cementitious

have been found effective in mass concrete mixes, and materials content may be warranted, particularly if fly

usually decrease water content by 5 to 10 percent at ash is 20 percent or more and GGBS is 30 percent or

appropriate dosages. more. The decision on increase in cementitious

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materials content and its percentage may be based on is required for crushed angular coarse aggregates due

experience and trials; or the cementitious materials to increased surface area.

content so calculated may be increased by 10 percent

for preliminary trial. The water cementitious materials 9.8 Estimation of Fine and Coarse Aggregate

ratio may be recalculated based on the increased Contents

cementitious materials content. With the completion of procedure given in 9.6, all the

The cementitious materials content so calculated shall ingredients have been estimated except the coarse and

be checked against the minimum content for the fine aggregate content. These quantities are determined

requirements of durability as per IS 456 or as specified by finding out the absolute volume of cementitious

and greater of the two values adopted. The maximum materials, water and the chemical admixture; by

cement content shall be in accordance with IS 456 or dividing their mass by their respective specific gravity,

as specified. multiplying by 1/1 000 and subtracting the result of

their summation from unit volume. The values so

9.6.2 The percentage of fly ash/GGBS to be used has obtained are divided into coarse and fine aggregate

to be decided based on the project requirement and the fractions by volume in accordance with coarse

quality of these materials. aggregate proportion already determined in 9.7. The

coarse and fine aggregate contents are then determined

9.7 Estimation of Coarse Aggregate Proportion

by multiplying their volume with their respective

Aggregates of essentially the same nominal maximum specific gravities and multiplying by 1 000.

size, type and grading will produce concrete of

satisfactory workability when a given volume of coarse 9.9 Combination of Different Coarse Aggregate

aggregate per unit volume of total aggregate is used. Fractions

Approximate values for this aggregate volume are given The coarse aggregate used shall conform to IS 383.

in Table 13 for a water-cement/water-cementitious Coarse aggregates of different sizes, as given in Table 7

materials ratio of 0.5, which may be suitably adjusted and Table 8 of IS 383 may be combined in suitable

for other water-cement ratios, the proportion of volume proportions so as to result in an overall grading

of coarse aggregates to that of total aggregates is conforming to Table 7 of IS 383 for 40 mm nominal

increased at the rate of 0.01 for every decrease in water- maximum size of aggregate, and Table 14 for 80 mm

cement ratio by 0.05 and decreased at the rate of 0.01 and 150 mm nominal maximum size of aggregates.

for every increase in water-cement ratio by 0.05.

9.10 Placement and Workability

It can be seen that for equal workability, the volume of

coarse aggregate in a unit volume of concrete is Experience has demonstrated that large aggregate

dependent only on its nominal maximum size and mixtures, 150 mm msa and 80 mm msa require a

grading zone of fine aggregate. Differences in the minimum mortar content for suitable placing and

amount of mortar required for workability with different workability properties. Table 15 gives the total absolute

aggregates, due to differences in particle shape and volume of mortar (Cement, pozzolana, water,

grading, can be adjusted by changing coarse to fine admixture, air, and fine aggregate), which is suggested

aggregate ratio. Generally higher fine aggregate content for use in mixtures containing large aggregate sizes.

Table 13 Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones of Fine

Aggregate for Water-Cement/Water-Cementitious Materials Ratio of 0.50

(Clause 9.7)

Sl Nominal Maximum Size Volume of Coarse Aggregate per Unit Volume of Total Aggregate for Different Zones of

No. of Aggregate Fine Aggregate

mm

Zone IV Zone III Zone II Zone I

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

i) 40 0.73 0.72 0.71 0.69

ii) 80 0.75 0.74 0.73 0.72

iii) 150 0.80 0.79 0.78 0.77

NOTES

1 Volumes are based on aggregates in saturated surface dry condition.

2 These volumes are for crushed (angular) aggregate and suitable adjustments may be made for other shape of aggregate.

3 Suitable adjustments may also be made for fine aggregate from other than natural sources, normally, crushed sand or mixed sand may

need lesser fine aggregate content. In that case, the coarse aggregate volume should be suitably increased.

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(Clause 9.9)

Sl IS Sieve Designation Percentage Passing for Graded Aggregate of Nominal Size

No. mm

150 mm 80 mm

(1) (2) (3) (4)

i) 150 100 100

ii) 80 55 - 65 100

iii) 40 29 - 40 53 - 62

iv) 20 14 - 22 26 - 34

v) 10 6 - 10 10 - 15

vi) 4.75 0 -5 0 -5

NOTE — In mass concreting, rounded aggregate is also used, and the fine aggregate requirement is on the lower side as compared to

crushed aggregate. Therefore, it is recommended that, for rounded aggregates, the percentage passing shall be towards the higher limit of

the range specified for various sieve sizes and for crushed aggregates, the percentage passing, shall be towards the lower limit of the range

specified for various sieve sizes. This recommendation is valid for grading requirements for 150 mm msa, and 80 mm msa, as mentioned

above, and for 40 mm msa as per Table 7 of IS 383.

These values shall be compared with those determined Mix No. 2 to 4 normally provides sufficient

during the mix proportioning procedure and appropriate information, including the relationship between

adjustments made by either increasing or decreasing compressive strength and water-cement ratio, from

the fine aggregate, and cementitous material contents, which the mix proportions can be finalized, such that

for improved placeability and workability, the strength and durability requirements are also

satisfied. Additional field trials are recommended

Table 15 Approximate Mortar Content for

particularly for workability requirements. The concrete

Various Nominal Maximum Sizes of Aggregates

for field trials shall be produced by methods of actual

(Clause 9.9)

concrete production.

Sl Nominal Maximum Shape of Volume of

No. Size of Aggregate Aggregate Mortar Content 9.12 Reporting

mm m3

(1) (2) (3) (4) The mix design report shall include the following:

i) 150 Crushed 0.39 ± 0.01

a) Period of testing (starting and ending date);

ii) 150 Rounded 0.37 ± 0.01

iii) 80 Crushed 0.44 ± 0.01

b) Details of work/type of structure, if provided;

iv) 80 Rounded 0.43 ± 0.01 c) All the data provided for the mix design as

per 4.1 and 9.1, and deviations from IS 456,

9.11 Trial Mixes if any;

The calculated mix proportions shall be checked by d) Relevant test data of different materials for

means of trial batches. the purpose of mix proportioning;

e) Details of materials such as brand of cement,

Workability of the trial mix No. 1 shall be measured.

manufacturing date (week/year) percentage of

The mix shall be carefully observed for freedom from

pozzolana/slag, etc, as per manufacturers

segregation and bleeding and its finishing properties.

certificate; source of coarse and fine

If the measured workability of Trial Mix No. 1 is

aggregates (if provided), etc;

different from the stipulated value, the water and/or

admixture content shall be adjusted suitably. With this f) Details of the trials conducted; and

adjustment, the mix proportion shall be recalculated g) Recommended mix proportions.

keeping the free water-cement ratio at the pre-selected 9.13 Illustrative Example

value, which will comprise Trial Mix No. 2. In addition,

two more Trial Mixes No. 3 and 4 shall be made with An illustrative example of concrete mix proportioning

the water content same as Trial mix No. 2 and varying for mass concreting is given in Annex F. This example

the free water-cement/cementitious materials ratio by is merely illustrative and explains the procedure to be

about ±10 percent of the preselected value, while adopted for mass concreting. The actual mix

satisfying the workability requirements as well. proportioning shall be based on various trials with the

given materials.

IS 10262 : 2019

ANNEX A

(Clause 5.9)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE ON CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING

A-0 An example illustrating the mix proportioning for a concrete of M40 grade is given in A-1 to A-12.

a) Grade designation : M40

b) Type of cement : PPC conforming to IS 1489 (Part 1)

c) Maximum nominal size of aggregate : 20 mm

d) Minimum cement content and

maximum water-cement ratio to be adopted and/or : Severe (for reinforced concrete)

Exposure conditions as per Table 3

and Table 5 of IS 456

e) Workability : 75 mm (slump)

f) Method of concrete placing : Chute (Non pumpable)

g) Degree of site control : Good

h) Type of aggregate : Crushed angular aggregate

j) Maximum cement content not including fly ash : 450 kg/m3

k) Chemical admixture type : Superplasticizer - normal

A-2 TEST DATA FOR MATERIALS

a) Cement used : PPC conforming to IS 1489 (Part 1)

b) Specific gravity of cement : 2.88

c) Chemical admixture : Superplasticizer conforming to IS 9103

d) Specific gravity of

1) Coarse aggregate [at saturated surface dry : 2.74

(SSD) Condtion]

2) Fine aggregate [at saturated surface dry : 2.65

(SSD) Condtion]

3) Chemical admixture : 1.145

e) Water absorption

1) Coarse aggregate : 0.5 percent

2) Fine aggregate : 1.0 percent

f) Moisture content of aggregate [As per IS 2386 (Part 3)]

1) Coarse aggregate : Nil

2) Fine aggregate : Nil

g) Sieve analysis:

1) Coarse aggregate :

IS Sieve Sizes Analysis of Coarse Aggregate Percentage of Different Fractions Remarks

mm Fraction

I II I II Conforming

(20-10 mm) (10 - 4.75 mm) 60 percent 40 percent 100 percent

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

20 100 100 60 40 100

10 0 71.20 0 28.5 28.5 Conforming

4.75 9.40 3.7 3.7 to Table 7 of

2.36 0 IS 383

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A-3 TARGET STRENGTH FOR MIX reduced. Based on trial data, the water content reduction

PROPORTIONING of 23 percent is considered while using superplasticizer

at the rate 1.0 percent by weight of cement.

f’ck = fck+1.65 S

or Hence the water content

f’ck = fck + X = 191.58 × 0.77

whichever is higher. = 148 kg

where A-7 CALCULATION OF CEMENT CONTENT

f’ck = target average compressive strength at Water-cement ratio = 0.36

28 days, 148

Cement content = = 411.11 kg/m3 412 kg/m3

fck = characteristic compressive strength at 0.36

28 days,

From Table 5 of IS 456, minimum cement content for

S = standard deviation, and ‘severe’ exposure condition = 320 kg/m3

X = factor based on grade of concrete. 412 kg/m3> 320 kg/m3, hence, O.K.

From Table 2, standard deviation, S = 5 N/mm2. A-8 PROPORTION OF VOLUME OF COARSE

From Table 1, X = 6.5. AGGREGATE AND FINE AGGREGETE

CONTENT

Therefore, target strength using both equations, that is,

From Table 5, the proportionate volume of coarse

a)f’ck = fck+1.65 S aggregate corresponding to 20 mm size aggregate and fine

= 40+1.65 × 5 = 48.25 N/mm2 aggregate (Zone II) for water-cement ratio of 0.50 = 0.62.

b) f’ck = fck + 6.5 In the present case water-cement ratio is 0.36.

= 40 + 6.5 = 46.5 N/mm2 Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate is required to

The higher value is to be adopted. Therefore, target be increased to decrease the fine aggregate content. As

strength will be 48.25 N/mm2 as 48.25 N/mm2 > 46.5 the water-cement ratio is lower by 0.14, the proportion

N/mm2. of volume of coarse, aggregate is increased by 0.028

(at the rate of 0.01 for every ± 0.05 change in water--

A-4 APPROXIMATE AIR CONTENT cement ratio). Therefore, corrected proportion of

From Table 3, the approximate amount of entrapped volume of coarse aggregate for the water-cement ratio

air to be expected in normal (non-air-entrained) of 0.36 = 0.62 + 0.028 = 0.648.

concrete is 1.0 percent for 20 mm nominal maximum Volume of fine aggregate content = 1 – 0.648 = 0.352

size of aggregate.

A-9 MIX CALCULATIONS

A-5 SELECTION OF WATER-CEMENT RATIO The mix calculations per unit volume of concrete shall

From Fig. 1, the free water-cement ratio required for be as follows:

the target strength of 48.25 N/mm2 is 0.36 for OPC 43 a) Total volume = 1 m3

grade curve. (For PPC, the strength corresponding to b) Volume of entrapped air in wet concrete =

OPC 43 grade curve is assumed for the trial). This is 0.01 m3

lower than the maximum value of 0.45 prescribed for c) Volume of cement

‘severe’ exposure for reinforced concrete as per Table 5

of IS 456. Mass of cement 1

=

Specific gravity of cement 1 000

0.36< 0.45, hence O.K.

412 1

= 2.88 1 000

A-6 SELECTION OF WATER CONTENT

From Table 4, water content = 186 kg (for 50 mm = 0.143 m3

slump) for 20 mm aggregate. d) Volume of water

Estimated water content for 75 mm slump Mass of water 1

=

3 186 Specific gravity of water 1 000

= 186 +

100 148 1

= 191.58 kg =

1 1 000

As superplasticizer is used, the water content may be = 0.148 m3

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k) Sieve analysis

1) Coarse aggregate :

IS Sieve Sizes Analysis of Coarse Aggregate Percentage of Different Fractions Remarks

mm Fraction

I II I II 100

(20-10 mm) (10 - 4.75 mm) 60 percent 40 percent percent

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

20 100 100 60 40 100 Conforming

10 Nil 71.20 Nil 28.5 28.5 to Table 7 of

4.75 Nil 9.40 Nil 3.7 3.7 IS 383

2.36 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

2) Fine aggregate : Conforming to grading Zone II of Table 9 of

IS 383

PROPORTIONING From Table 4, water content = 186 kg (for 50 mm

f’ck = fck + 1.65 S slump) for 20 mm aggregate.

or Estimated water content for 120 mm slump (increasing

f’ck = fck + X at the rate of 3 percent for every 25 mm slump)

whichever is higher. 8.4

where = 186 186

f’ck = target average compressive strength at 100

= 201.62 kg

28 days,

fck = characteristic compressive strength at As superplasticizer is used, the water content may be

28 days reduced.

S = standard deviation, and Based on trial data, the water content reduction of

X = factor based on grade of concrete. 23 percent is considered while using superplasticizer

at the rate 1.0 percent by weight of cement.

From Table 2, standard deviation, S = 5 N/mm2.

Hence the arrived water content = 201.62 × 0.77 =

From Table 1, X = 6.5

155.25 kg 155 kg.

Therefore, target strength using both equations, that is,

B-7 CALCULATION OF CEMENT CONTENT

a) f’ck =fck+1.65 S

Water-cement ratio = 0.36

= 40 + 1.65 × 5 = 48.25 N/mm2

b) f’ck = fck + 6.5 155

Cement content =

= 40 + 6.5 = 46.5 N/mm2 0.36

The higher value is to be adopted. Therefore, target = 430.55 kg/m3 431 kg/m3

strength will be 48.25 N/mm2 as 48.25 N/mm2 > To proportion a mix containing fly ash the following

46.5 N/mm2. steps are suggested:

B-4 APPROXIMATE AIR CONTENT a) Decide the percentage fly ash to be used based

From Table 3, the approximate amount of entrapped on project requirement and quality of fly ash.

air to be expected in normal (non-air-entrained) b) In certain situations, increase in cementitious

concrete is 1.0 percent for 20 mm nominal maximum material content may be warranted. The

size of aggregate. decision on increase in cementitious material

content and its percentage may be based on

B-5 SELECTION OF WATER-CEMENT RATIO

experience and trials.

From Fig. 1, the free water-cement ratio required for NOTE — This illustrative example is with increase of 10 percent

the target strength of 48.25 N/mm2 is 0.36 for OPC 43 cementitious material content.

grade curve. This is lower than the maximum value of

0.45 prescribed for ‘severe’ exposure for reinforced Cementitious material content

concrete as per Table 5 of IS 456. = 431 × 1.10 = 474.1 kg/m3

474 kg/m3

0.36 < 0.45, hence O.K. Water content = 155 kg/m3

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155

= 474 0.327 Mass of fly ash 1

= Specific gravity of fly ash 1 000

Fly ash @ 30 percent of total cementitious material

content = 474 × 30 percent = 142.2

142 1

142 kg/m3 = 2.2 1 000

Cement (OPC) = 474 – 142 = 332 kg/m3

= 0.064 5 m3

From Table 5 of IS 456, minimum cementitious content e) Volume of water

for ‘severe’ exposure condition

Mass of water 1

= 320 kg/m3 = Specific gravity of water 1 000

474 kg/m3 > 320 kg/m3, hence O.K.

155 1

= 1 1 000

B-8 PROPORTION OF VOLUME OF COARSE

AGGREGATE AND FINE AGGRAGETE = 0.155 m3

CONTENT f) Volume of chemical admixture

From Table 5, volume of coarse aggregate corresponding (superplasticizer) (@ 1.0 percent

to 20 mm size aggregate and fine aggregate (Zone II) by mass of cementitious material)

for water-cement ratio of 0.50 = 0.62.

Mass of chemical admixture 1

In the present case water-cementitious ratio is 0.327. = Specific gravity of admixture 1 000

Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate is required to

be increased to decrease the fine aggregate content. As 4.74 1

the water-cement ratio is lower by 0.173, the proportion = 1.145 1 000

of volume of coarse aggregate is increased by 0.034 6

(at the rate of 0.01 for every ± 0.05 change in water-- = 0.004 m3

cement ratio). Therefore, corrected proportion of g) Volume of all in aggregate

volume of coarse aggregate for the water-cementitious = [(a-b)-(c+d+e+f)}]

ratio of 0.327 = 0.62 + 0.034 6 = 0.654 6. = (1-0.01)-(0.105 + 0.064 5 + 0.155+0.004)

For pumpable concrete these values may be reduced = 0.661 5 m3

by up to 10 percent. (see 5.5.2).

). Here, 10 percent h) Mass of coarse aggregate

reduction is considered. = g × volume of coarse aggregate × Specific

Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate = 0.654 6 × gravity of coarse aggregate × 1 000

0.9 = 0.589 1, say 0.59 m3. = 0.661 5 × 0.59 × 2.74 × 1 000

Volume of fine aggregate content = 1 – 0.59 = 0.41 m3 = 1 069.38 kg 1 069 kg

j) Mass of fine aggregate

B-9 MIX CALCULATIONS = g × Volume of fine aggregate × Specific

The mix calculations per unit volume of concrete shall gravity of fine aggregate × 1 000

be as follows: = 0.661 5 × 0.41 × 2.65 × 1 000

= 718.71 719 kg

a) Total volume = 1 m3

b) Volume of entrapped air B-10 MIX PROPORTIONS FOR TRIAL

in wet concrete = 0.01 m3 NUMBER 1

c) Volume of cement Cement = 332 kg/m3

Mass of cement 1 Fly ash = 142 kg/m3

= Specific gravity of cement 1 000 Water (Net mixing) = 155 kg/m3

Fine aggregate (SSD) = 719 kg/m3

332 1

= 3.15 1 000 Coarse aggregate (SSD) = 1 069 kg/m3

Chemical admixture = 4.74 kg/m3

= 0.105 m3 Free water-cementitious materials ratio

= 0.327

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NOTE — Aggregates shall be used in saturated surface dry 2) Water content contributed by wet fine

condition. If otherwise, when computing the requirement of

aggregate

mixing water, allowance shall be made for the free (surface)

moisture contributed by the fine and coarse aggregates. On the = Mass of wet fine aggregate – mass of SSD

other hand, if the aggregates are dry, the amount of mixing condition fine aggregate

water shall be increased by an amount equal to the moisture

likely to be absorbed by the aggregates. Necessary adjustments = 748 – 719 = 29 kg

are also required to be made in mass of aggregates. The surface The requirement for added water becomes :

water and percent water absorption of aggregates shall be

determined according to IS 2386 (Part 3).

= 155 - 16 - 29

= 110 kg/m3

B-11 ADJUSTMENT ON WATER, FINE

B-12 MIX PROPORTIONS AFTER ADUSTMENT

AGGREGATE AND COARSE AGGREGATE (IF

FOR WET AGGREGATES

THE COARSE AND FINE AGGREGATE IS IN

WET CONDITION) Cement = 332 kg/m3

a) Fine aggregate (Wet) Fly ash = 142 kg/m3

Mass of wet fine aggregate Water (to be added) = 110 kg/m3

= mass of fine aggregate in SSD condition × Fine aggregate (Wet) = 748 kg/m3

Free (surface) moisture Coarse aggregate (Wet) = 1 085 kg/m3

1 Chemical admixture = 4.74 kg/m3

100

= 719 × (1+4/100) Free water-cementitious materials ratio

= 747.76 kg/m3 748 kg/m3 = 0.327

b) Coarse aggregate (Wet) B-13 The total mass of coarse aggregate shall be

Mass of wet coarse aggregate divided into two fractions of 20 – 10 mm and 10 –

= mass of coarse aggregate in SSD condition 4.75 mm, in a suitable ratio, to satisfy the overall

grading requirements for 20 mm max size aggregate as

Free (surface) moisture

× 1 per Table 7 of IS 383. In this example, the ratio works

100 out to be 60:40 as shown under B-2 (k).

= 1 069 × (1+1.5/100)

B-14 The slump shall be measured and the water content

= 1 085.03 kg/m3 1 085kg/m3

and dosage of admixture shall be adjusted for achieving

The coarse and fine aggregates, being wet, contribute the required slump based on trial, if required. The mix

water to the mix to the extent of free moisture over proportions shall be reworked for the actual water

SSD condition. The quantity of this water is required content and checked for durability requirements.

to be subtracted from the calculated water content.

B-15 Two more trials having variation of ± 10 percent

1) Water content contributed by wet coarse of water-cementitious materials ratio in B-10 shall be

aggregate carried out and a graph between these water-

= Mass of wet coarse aggregate – mass of SSD cementitious materials ratios and their corresponding

condition coarse aggregate strengths shall be plotted to work out the mix

= 1 085 – 1 069 = 16 kg proportions for the given target strength for field trials.

However, durability requirement shall be met.

IS 10262 : 2019

ANNEX C

(Clause 5.9)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE OF MIX PROPORTIONING OF CONCRETE

(USING GGBS AS PART REPLACEMENT OF OPC)

C-0 An example illustrating the mix proportioning for a concrete of M40 grade using GGBS is given in C-1

to C-11.

a) Grade designation : M40

b) Type of cement : OPC 43 grade conforming to IS 269

c) Type of mineral admixture : GGBS conforming to IS 16714

d) Maximum nominal size of aggregate : 20mm

e) Minimum cement content and maximum

water-cement ratio to be adopted and/or

Exposure condition as per Table 3 and Table 5

of IS 456 : Severe (for reinforced concrete)

f) Workability : 120 mm (slump)

g) Method of concrete placing : Pumping

h) Degree of supervision : Good

j) Type of aggregate : Crushed stone angular aggregate

k) Maximum cement (OPC content) : As per IS 456

m) Chemical admixture type : Super plasticizer- normal

C-2 TEST DATA FOR MATERIALS

a) Cement used : OPC 43 grade conforming to IS 269

b) Specific gravity of cement : 3.15

c) GGBS : Conforming to IS 16714

d) Specific gravity of GGBS : 3

e) Chemical admixture : Super plasticizer conforming to IS 9103

f) Specific gravity (at SSD condition) of

1) Coarse aggregate : 2.74 (based on saturated surface dry condition)

2) Fine aggregate : 2.65 (based on saturated surface dry condition)

3) Chemical Admixture : 1.145

g) Water absorption

1) Coarse aggregate : 0.5 percent

2) Fine aggregate : 1.0 percent

h) Moisture content of aggregate [As per

IS 2386(Part 3)]

1) Coarse aggregate : Nil

2) Fine aggregate : Nil

j) Sieve analysis

1) Coarse aggregate:

IS Sieve Sizes Analysis of Coarse Aggregate Percentage of Different Fractions Remarks

mm Fraction

I II I II 100

(20-10 mm) (10 - 4.75 mm) 60 percent 40 percent percent

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

20 100 100 60 40 100 Conforming

10 Nil 71.20 Nil 28.5 28.5 to Table 7 of

4.75 Nil 9.40 Nil 3.7 3.7 IS 383

2.36 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

2) Fine aggregate : Conforming to grading Zone II of Table 9 of IS 383

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C-3 TARGET STRENGTH FOR MIX Hence the arrived water content

PROPORTIONING = 201.62 × 0.77

f’ck = fck + 1.65 S = 155.25kg 155 kg

or C-7 CALCULATION OF CEMENT CONTENT

f’ck = fck + X Water-cement ratio = 0.36

whichever is higher Cement content = 155/0.36

where = 430.55 kg/m3 431 kg/m3

From Table 5 of IS 456, minimum cement content for

f’ck = target average compressive strength at

‘severe’ exposure condition

28 days,

fck = characteristic compressive strength at = 320 kg/m3

28 days, 431 kg/m > 320 kg/m3, hence O.K.

3

from Table 2, standard deviation S = 5 N/mm2 steps are suggested:

From Table 1, X = 6.5. a) Decide the percentage of GGBS to be used

Therefore, target strength using both equations, that is, based on project requirement and quality of

GGBS.

a)

f’ck = fck +1.65 S

b) In certain situations increase in cementitious

= 40 + 1.65 x 5 = 48.25 N/mm2

material content may be warranted. The

b) f’ck = fck + 6.5 decision on increase in cementitious material

= 40 + 6.5 = 46.5 N/mm2 content and its percentage may be based on

The higher value is to be adopted. Therefore, target experience and trials.

strength will be 48.25 N/mm2 as 48.25 N/mm2 >

GGBS @ 40 percent of total cementitious material

46.5 N/mm2.

content

C-4 APPROXIMATE AIR CONTENT = 431 × 40 percent

From Table 3, the approximate amount of entrapped = 172.4 172 kg/m3

air to be expected in normal (non-air-entrained)

Cement (OPC) = 431 – 172 = 259 kg/m3

concrete is 1.0 percent for 20 mm nominal maximum

size of aggregate. C-8 PROPORTION OF VOLUME OF COARSE

AGGREGATE AND FINE AGGREGATE

C-5 SELECTION OF WATER-CEMENT RATIO CONTENT

From Fig. 1 the free water-cement ratio required for From Table 5, volume of coarse aggregate corresponding

the target strength of 48.25 N/mm2 is 0.36 for OPC 43 to 20 mm size aggregate and fine aggregate (Zone II)

grade curve. This is lower than the maximum value of for water-cement ratio of 0.50 = 0.62.

0.45 prescribed for ‘severe’ exposure for reinforced

concrete as per Table 5 of IS 456. In the present case water-cementitious ratio is 0.36.

Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate is required to

0.36 < 0.45, hence O.K.

be increased to decrease the fine aggregate content. As

C-6 SELECTION OF WATER CONTENT the water-cement ratio is lower by 0.14, the proportion

From Table 4, water content of volume of coarse aggregate is increased by 0.028

(at the rate of 0.01m3 for every ± 0.05 change in

= 186 kg (for 50 mm slump) for 20 mm aggregate. water-cement ratio). Therefore, corrected volume of

Estimated water content for 120 mm slump (increasing coarse aggregate for the water-cementitious ratio of

at the rate of 3 percent for every 25 mm slump) 0.36 = 0.62 + 0.028 = 0.648 m3.

84 For pumpable concrete these values may be reduced

= 186 186

by up to 10 percent. (see 5.5.2). Here, 10 percent

100

= 201.62 kg reduction is considered.

As super plasticizer is used, the water content may be Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate

reduced.

= 0. 648 × 0.9

Based on trial data, the water content reduction of 23

= 0.583 2 say 0.58 m3

percent is considered while using super plasticizer at

the rate of 1.0 percent by weight of cement.

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= 1 – 0.58 = 0.42 m 3 = [(a-b)-(c+d+e+f)]

= (1-0.01) - (0.0 822+0.0 573+0.155+0.0 038)

C-9 MIX CALCULATION

= 0.691 7 m3

The mix calculation per unit volume of concrete shall h) Mass of coarse aggregate

be as follows: = g × Volume of coarse aggregate × Specific

a) Total Volume = 1 m3 gravity of coarse aggregate × 1 000

b) Volume of entrapped air in wet concrete = 0.6 917 × 0.58 × 2.74 × 1 000

= 0.01 m3 = 1 099 kg

c) Volume of cement j) Mass of fine aggregate

Mass of cement 1 = g × Volume of fine aggregate × Specific

= Specific gravity of cement 1 000 gravity of fine aggregate × 1 000

= 0.6 971 × 0.42 × 2.65 × 1 000

259 1 = 769.86 770 kg

= 3.15 1 000

C-10 MIX PROPORTIONS FOR TRIAL

= 0.082 2 m3 NUMBER 1

d) Volume of GGBS

Cement = 259 kg/m3

Mass of GGBS 1 GGBS = 172 kg/m3

= Specific gravity of GGBS 1 000

Water (Net mixing) = 155 kg/m3

172 1 Fine aggregate (SSD) = 770 kg/m3

= 3 1 000 Coarse aggregate (SSD) = 1 099 kg/m3

Chemical admixture = 4.31 kg/m3

= 0.057 3 m3

Free water-cementitious material ratio

e) Volume of water

= 0.36

Mass of water 1 NOTE — Aggregates shall be used in saturated surface dry

= Specific gravity of water 1 000 condition. If otherwise, when computing the requirement of

mixing water, allowance shall be made for the free (surface)

moisture contributed by the fine and coarse aggregates. On the

155 1 other hand, if the aggregates are dry, the amount of mixing

= 1 1 000

water shall be increased by an amount equal to the moisture

likely to be absorbed by the aggregates. Necessary adjustments

= 0.155 m3 are also required to be made in mass of aggregates. The surface

f) Volume of chemical admixture water and percent water absorption of aggregates shall be

determined according to IS 2386 (Part 3).

(super plasticizer) @1.0 percent

by mass of cementitious material) C-11 ADJUSTMENT ON WATER, FINE

AGGREGATE AND COARSE AGGREGATE (IF

Mass of chemical admixture 1

= Specific gravity of admixture 1 000 THE COARSE AND FINE AGGREGATE IS IN

DRY CONDITION)

4.31 1 As the coarse and fine aggregates are in dry condition,

= 1.145 1 000 adjustment of water, fine aggregate and coarse

= 0.003 8 m3 aggregate shall be done as given in A-11.

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ANNEX D

(Clause 6.4)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE ON CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING FOR

HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE

D-0 An example illustrating the mix proportioning for advantageous for grades of concrete M50 and above

a concrete of M70 grade using silica fume and fly ash is and for high performance concrete with special

given below. Use of silica fume is generally requirements, like higher abrasion resistance of concrete.

a) Grade designation : M 70

b) Type of cement : OPC 53 grade conforming to IS 269

c) Silica fume : Conforming to IS 15388

d) Maximum nominal size of aggregate : 20 mm

e) Exposure conditions as per Table 3

and Table 5 of IS 456 : Severe (for reinforced concrete)

f) Workability : 120 mm (slump)

g) Method of concrete placing : Pumping

h) Degree of supervision : Good

j) Type of aggregate : Crushed angular aggregate

k) Maximum cement (OPC) content : 450 kg/m3

m) Chemical admixture type : Superplasticizer (Polycarboxylate ether based)

D-2 TEST DATA FOR MATERIALS

a) Cement used : OPC 53 Grade conforming to IS 269

b) Specific gravity of cement : 3.15

c) Specific gravity of

1) Coarse aggregate (at SSD condition) : 2.74

2) Fine aggregate (at SSD condition) : 2.65

3) Fly ash : 2.20

4) Silica fume : 2.20

5) Chemical admixture : 1.08

d) Water absorption

1) Coarse aggregate : 0.5 percent

2) Fine aggregate : 1.0 percent

f) Moisture content

1) Coarse aggregate : Nil

2) Fine aggregate : Nil

g) Sieve analysis

1) Coarse aggregate :

IS Sieve Sizes Analysis of Aggregate Percentage of Different Fractions Remarks

mm Fraction

I I I II 100

(20-10 mm) (10-4.75 mm) 50 50 Percent

Percent Percent

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

20 100 100 50 50 100 Conforming

10 2.8 78.3 1.4 39.15 40.55 to Table 7 of

4.75 Nil 8.70 Nil 4.35 4.35 IS 383

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PROPORTIONING

Water–cement ratio = 0.29

f’ck = fck+1.65 S Water content = 141 kg/m3

or Cement content = 141 / 0.29

f’ck = fck + X = 486.2 486 kg/m3

whichever is higher. It is proposed to add 15 percent fly ash in the mix, in

where such situations increase in cementitious material content

may be warranted. The decision on increase in

f’ck = target average compressive strength at cementitious material content and its percentage may

28 days, be based on experience and trial.

fck = characteristic compressive strength at NOTE — This illustrative example is with an increase of 10

28 days, percent cementitious material content.

S = standard deviation, and The cementitious material content

X = factor based on grade of concrete. = 486 × 1.10

From Table 2, standard deviation, S = 6.0 N/mm2. = 534.6 535 kg/m3

Fly ash @ 15 percent by weight of cementitious material

Therefore, target strength using both equations, that is,

= 535 × 15 percent

a) f’ck = fck+1.65 S

= 80.25 kg/m3

= 70 +1.65 × 6.0 = 79.9 N/mm2

Silica fume content @ 5 percent by weight of revised

b) f’ck = fck + 8.0 (The value of X for M 70 grade cementitious material

as per Table 1 is 8.0 N/mm2)

= 535 × 5 percent

= 70 + 8.0 = 78.0 N/mm2

= 26.75 kg/m3

The higher value is to be adopted. Therefore, target strength Cement content = 535 – 26.75 – 80.25

will be 79.9 N/mm2 as 79.9 N/mm2 > 78.0 N/mm2.

= 428 kg/m3

D-4 APPROXIMATE AIR CONTENT 141

Revised w/cm = = 0.264

From Table 6, the approximate amount of entrapped 535

air to be expected in normal (non-air-entrained)

Check for minimum cementitious materials content,

concrete is 0.5 percent for 20.0 mm nominal maximum

320 kg/m3 < 535 kg/m3 (428 kg/m3 OPC + 26.75 kg/m3

size of aggregate.

silica fume + 80.25 kg/m3 fly ash) Hence OK

D-5 SELECTION OF WATER-CEMENTIOUS Check for maximum cement(OPC) content, 450 kg/m3

MATERIALS RATIO > 428 kg/m3. Hence OK.

From Table 8, the water-cementitious materials ratio

D-8 PROPORTION OF VOLUME OF COARSE

required for the target strength of 79.9 N/mm2 is 0.29 for

AGGREGATE AND FINE AGGREGATE

msa 20 mm. This is lower than the maximum value of 0.45.

CONTENT

0.29< 0.45, hence O.K.

From Table 10, volume of coarse aggregate

D-6 SELECTION OF WATER CONTENT corresponding to 20 mm size aggregate and fine

aggregate grading Zone II = 0.66 per unit volume of

From Table 7, water content for 20 mm aggregate total aggregate. This is valid for water-cementitious

= 186 kg/m3 (for 50 mm slump without using materials ratio of 0.30. As water-cementitious material

superplasticiser). ratio is actually 0.264, the ratio is taken as 0.667.

Estimated water content for 120 mm slump Volume of fine aggregate content

8.4 = 1 – 0.667

= 186 186

100 = 0.333 per unit volume of total aggregate

= 201.624 202 kg/m3

D-9 MIX CALCULATIONS

As superplasticizer (Polycarboxylate ether based) is

used, the water content can be reduced by 30 percent. a) Total volume = 1 m3

Hence, the reduced water content b) Volume of entrapped air = 0.005 m3

= 202 × 0.70 in wet concrete

= 141.4 kg/m3 141 kg/m3

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Mass of cement 1 = 1 218.9 kg 1 219 kg

= Specific gravity of cement 1 000 k) Mass of fine aggregate

428 1 = h × volume of fine aggregate × Specific

= 3.15 1 000 gravity of fine aggregate × 1 000

= 0.667 × 0.333 × 2.65 × 1 000

= 0.136 m3

= 588.59 kg 589 kg

d) Volume of water

D-9.1 MIX PROPORTIONS FOR TRIAL

Mass of water 1

= Specific gravity of water 1 000 NUMBER 1 ON AGGREGATE IN SSD

CONDITION

141 1 Cement = 428 kg/m3

= 1 1 000 Fly ash = 80.25 kg

= 0.141 m3 Silica fume = 26.75kg/m3

e) Volume of silica fume Water = 141 kg/m3

Mass of silica fume 1 Fine aggregate = 589 kg/m3

=

Specific gravity of silica fume 1 000 Coarse aggregate = 1 219 kg/m3

Chemical admixture = 2.67 kg/m3

26.75 1

= w/cm = 0.264

2.2 1 000

NOTE — Aggregates shall be used in saturated surface dry

= 0.012 2 m3 condition. If otherwise, when computing the requirement of

f) Volume of fly ash mixing water, allowance shall be made for the free (surface)

moisture contributed by the fine and coarse aggregates. On the

other hand, if the aggregates are dry, the amount of mixing

Mass of fly ash 1

= Specific gravity of fly ash 1 000 water shall be increased by an amount equal to the moisture

likely to be absorbed by the aggregates. Necessary adjustments

are also required to be made in mass of aggregates. The surface

80.25 1 water and percent water absorption of aggregates shall be

= 2.2 1 000 determined according to IS 2386 (Part 3).

g) Volume of chemical admixture divided into two fractions of 20 - 10 mm and 10 - 4.75

(superplasticizer) (@ 0.5 percent by mass of mm, in a suitable ratio, to satisfy the overall grading

cementitious material) requirements for 20 mm max size aggregate as per

Table 7 of IS 383. In this example, the ratio works out

Mass of chemical admixture 1 to be 50:50 as shown under D-2 (g).

= Specific gravity of admixture 1 000

D-11 The slump shall be measured and the water

(535 0.5%) 1 content and dosage of admixture shall be adjusted for

= 1.08 1 000 achieving the required slump based on trial, if required.

= 0.002 5 m 3 The mix proportions shall be reworked for the actual

h) Volume of all in aggregate water content and checked for durability requirements.

= [(a-b)-(c+d+e+ f+g)] D-12 Two more trials having variation of ±10 percent

= [(1-0.005) – (0.136 + 0.141 + 0.012 2 + of water-cementitious materials ratio in D-9.1 shall be

0.036 5 + 0.002 5)] carried out and a graph between these water-

= 0.66 7 m3 cementitious materials ratios and their corresponding

strengths shall be plotted to work out the mix

j) Mass of coarse aggregate

proportions for the given target strength for field trials.

= h × Volume of coarse aggregate × Specific However, durability requirement shall be met.

gravity of coarse aggregate × 1 000

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ANNEX E

(Clause 8.4)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE ON CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING FOR SCC

E-0 An example illustrating the mix proportioning procedure for SCC concrete is given in E-1 to E-13.

E- 1 STIPULATIONS FOR PROPORTIONING

a) Grade designation : M30

b) Type of cement : OPC 43 grade conforming to IS 269

c) Nominal maximum size of aggregate : 20 mm

d) Exposure conditions as per Table 3

and Table 5 of IS 456 : Severe (for reinforced concrete)

e) Characteristics of SCC

1) Slump flow class : SF3 (slump flow 760 mm – 850 mm)

2) Passing ability by L box test : Ratio of h2/h1 = 0.9

3) V- Funnel flow time (Viscosity) : Class V1 (flow time 8s)

4) Sieve segregation resistance : SR1( 15percent)

f) Degree of site control : Good

g) Type of aggregate : Crushed angular aggregate

h) Maximum cement content (OPC Content) : 450 kg/m3

j) Chemical admixtures type

1) Superplasticizer : normal (PCE type)

2) Viscosity modifying agent

k) Mineral admixture : Fly ash conforming to IS 3812 (Part 1)

E-2 TEST DATA FOR MATERIALS

a) Cement used : OPC 43 Grade conforming to IS 269

b) Specific gravity of cement : 3.15

c) Chemical admixture : Superplasticizer conforming to IS 9103

d) Specific gravity of

1) Coarse aggregate (at SSD condition) : 2.74

2) Fine aggregate (at SSD condition) : 2.65

3) Chemical admixture : 1.08

e) Water absorption

1) Coarse aggregate : 0.5 percent

2) Fine aggregate : 1.0 percent

f) Free (surface) moisture

1) Coarse aggregate : Nil (absorbed moisture also nil)

2) Fine aggregate : Nil (absorbed moisture also nil)

g) Sieve analysis

1) Coarse aggregate:

mm Fraction

I II I II 100

(20-10 mm) (10 - 4.75 mm) 50 percent 50 percent percent

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

20 100 100 50 50 100 Conforming

10 2.8 78.3 1.4 39.15 40.55 of Table 7 of

4.75 Nil 8.70 Nil 4.35 4.35 IS 383

2) Fine aggregate : Conforming to grading Zone II of Table 9 of IS 383

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E-7.4 Selection of Coarse Aggregate Content NOTE — Aggregates shall be used in saturated surface dry

condition. If otherwise, when computing the requirement of

Let Vca be the volume of coarse aggregate. mixing water, allowance shall be made for the free (surface)

moisture contributed by the fine and coarse aggregates. On the

Assuming 1 m3 of concrete, Vca = (1 - Air content) - other hand, if the aggregates are dry, the amount of mixing

(Vol of water + Vol of cement + Vol of fly ash + Vol of water shall be increased by an amount equal to the moisture

likely to be absorbed by the aggregates. Necessary adjustments

admixture + Volume of fine aggregate)

are also required to be made in mass of aggregates. The surface

water and percent water absorption of aggregates shall be

190 287 155 determined according to IS 2386 (Part 3).

Vca = (1- 0.01) –

1 1 000 3.15 1 000 2.2 1 000

E-9 The total mass of coarse aggregate shall be divided

2.65 975 into two fractions of 20 - 10 mm and 10 - 4.75 mm, in

1.08 1 000 2.65 1 000 a suitable ratio, to satisfy the overall grading

= 0.99 – (0.19 + 0.091 + 0.07 + 0.002 5 + 0.368) requirements for 20 mm max size aggregate as per

Table 7 of IS 383. In this example, the ratio works out

= 0.269 m3 to be 50:50 as shown under E-2 (g).

Mass of coarse aggregate E-10 The various tests for flowability (slump flow test),

= Vca x specific gravity of coarse aggregate × 1 000 for passing ability (L box test), for sieve segregation

resistance and for viscosity (V funnel) shall be carried

= 0.268 × 2.74 × 1 000

out and the values obtained shall be verified as per the

= 737.06 kg/m3 737 kg/m3 data given in E.1 (e).

E-7.5 Calculation of Volume of Powder Content In the event that satisfactory performance is not

Vol of powder content = Vol of OPC + Vol of fly ash + obtained, the initial mix shall be redesigned. Depending

Vol of portion of fine aggregate < 0.125 mm on the apparent problem, the following courses of action

might be appropriate:

287 155 78

= 3.15 1 000 a) Adjust the cement/powder ratio and the water/

2.2 1 000 2.65 1 000

powder ratio and test the flow and other

= 0.191 m3 properties of the paste.

Ratio of water to powder by volume b) Try higher doses of fly ash and/or different

types of additives (if available).

= 0.190/ 0.191 = 0.99 c) Adjust the proportions of the fine aggregate

NOTE — The water to powder ratio is expected to be between and the dosage of superplasticiser.

0.85 and 1.10. In this case, it is ok. If water to powder ratio is d) Consider using a viscosity modifying agent

found to be less than 0.85, then the fine aggregate content shall

be reduced to increase the ratio; if the ratio is more than 1.1, to reduce sensitivity of the mix.

then the fine aggregate content shall be increased to decrease e) Adjust the proportion or grading of the coarse

the ratio. In such cases, all the values shall be recalculated. aggregate.

E-8 MIX PROPORTIONS FOR TRIAL In the present case, based on trials the need was felt to

NUMBER 1 use a small dose (0.2 percent by weight of cementitious

Cement = 287 kg/m3 materials) of viscosity modifying agent to improve

sensitivity of the mix, that is, improve the cohesiveness

Flyash = 155 kg/m3 of the mix.

Water (net mixing) = 190 kg/m3

E-11 Two more trials having variation of ± 10 percent

Fine aggregate (SSD ) = 975 kg/m3

of water-cement ratio in E-10 shall be carried out and

Coarse aggregate (SSD) = 737 kg/m3 a graph between three water-cement ratios and their

Chemical admixture = 2.65 kg/m3, corresponding strengths shall be plotted to work out

Free water-cement ratio = 0.43 the mix proportions for the given target strength for

Powder content = 520 kg/m3 field trials. However, durability requirement shall be

Water powder ratio by volume = 0.99 met.

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ANNEX F

(Clause 9.12)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE ON CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING FOR MASS CONCRETING

F-0 An example illustrating the mix proportioning procedure for mass concreting is given in F-1 to F-14.

F-1 STIPULATIONS FOR PROPORTIONING

a) Grade designation : M15

b) Type of cement : OPC 43 grade conforming to IS 269

c) Type of mineral admixture : Fly ash conforming to IS 3812 (Part1)

d) Maximum nominal size of aggregate : 150 mm

e) Minimum cement content and maximum

water-cement ratio to be adopted and/or : Moderate (for plain concrete)

Exposure conditions as per Table 3 and Table 5

of IS 456

f) Workability : 50 mm (slump)

g) Degree of supervision : Good

h) Type of aggregate : Rounded aggregate

j) Maximum cement (OPC) content : 450 kg/m3

k) Chemical admixture : Not required as rounded aggregate of 150 mm

msa is being used

F-2 TEST DATA FOR MATERIALS

a) Cement used : OPC 43 grade conforming to IS 269

b) Specific gravity of cement : 3.15

c) Fly ash : Conforming to IS 3812 (Part 1)

d) Specific gravity of fly ash : 2.2

e) Specific gravity of

1) Coarse aggregate(at SSD condition) : 2.74

2) Fine aggregate(at SSD condition) : 2.65

f) Water absorption

1) Coarse aggregate : 0.5 percent

2) Fine aggregate : 1.0 percent

g) Free (surface) moisture

1) Coarse aggregate : Nil (absorbed moisture also nil)

2) Fine aggregate : Nil (absorbed moisture also nil)

h) Sieve analysis

1) Coarse aggregate :

mm

Fraction I Fraction II Fraction III Fraction IV Fraction V

150-80 mm 80-40 mm 40-20 mm 20-10 mm 10-4.75 mm

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

150 100 100 100 100 100

80 Nil 92 100 100 100

40 Nil 5 90 100 100

20 – Nil 4 97 100

10 – – Nil 10 78

4.75 – – – 2 10

2) Fine aggregate : Conforming to grading Zone II of Table 9 of

IS 383

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PROPORTIONING

Water-cement ratio = 0.60

f’ck = fck+1.65 S 115

or Cement content =

0.6

f’ck = fck + X

= 191.67 kg/m3

whichever is higher.

192 kg/m3

where

To proportion a mix containing fly ash the following

f’ck = target average compressive strength at

steps are suggested:

28 days,

fck = characteristic compressive strength at a) Decide the percentage fly ash to be used based

28 days, on project requirement and quality of fly ash.

S = standard deviation, and b) In certain situations increase in cementitious

X = factor based on grade of concrete. material content may be warranted. The

decision on increase in cementitious material

From Table 2, standard deviation, S = 3.5 N/mm2. content and its percentage may be based on

From Table 1, X = 5. experience and trial.

Therefore, target strength using both equations, that is, NOTE — This illustrative example is with increase of 15

percent cementitious material content.

a) f’ck = fck+1.65 S

= 15 + 1.65 × 3.5 = 20.77 N/mm2 Cementitious material content

b) f’ck = fck + 5 = 192 × 1.15

= 15 + 5 = 20 N/mm2 = 220.8 kg/m3

The higher value is to be adopted. Therefore, target 221 kg/m3

strength will be 20.77 N/mm2 as 20.77 N/mm2 >

Water content = 115 kg/m3

20 N/mm2.

So, water-cementitious materials ratio

Increase in target strength due to wet sieving through

115

40 mm size sieve, as per 9.2 = 25 percent = 0.52

221

Therefore, final target strength = 20.77 × 1.25

Fly ash @ 25 percent of total cementitious material

= 26.0 N/mm2.

content

NOTE — This increase in target strength due to wet sieving

effect is only for cube test results and not to be considered for = 221 × 25 percent

selection of water cement ratio. = 55 kg/m3

Cement (OPC) = 221 – 55

F-4 APPROXIMATE AIR CONTENT

= 166 kg/m3

From Table 11, the approximate amount of entrapped

air to be expected in normal (non-air-entrained) concrete From Table 5 and Table 6 of IS 456, minimum cement

is 0.2 percent for 150 mm nominal maximum size of

content for ‘moderate’ exposure condition

aggregate.

F-5 SELECTION OF WATER-CEMENT RATIO = 240 – 30 kg/m3

From Fig. 1, the free water-cement ratio required for = 210 kg/m3

the target strength of 20.77 N/mm2 is 0.61 for OPC 43 [considering the maximum (40 mm) msa correction in

grade curve. This is higher than the maximum value of Table 6 of IS 456, the value in Table 5 of IS 456 has

0.6 prescribed for ‘moderate’ exposure for plain been adjusted]

concrete as per Table 5 of IS 456.

221 kg/m3>210 kg/m3, hence, O.K.

0.61 > 0.6, hence adopt 0.6.

F-8 PROPORTION OF VOLUME OF COARSE

F-6 SELECTION OF WATER CONTENT

AGGREGATE AND FINE AGGREGETE

From Table 12, water content CONTENT

= 125 kg (for 50 mm slump) for 150 mm aggregate. From Table 13, volume of coarse aggregate

As rounded aggregate is used, the water content may corresponding to 150 mm size aggregate and fine

be reduced by 10 kg as per 9.4, aggregate (Zone II) for water-cement ratio of

Hence the reduced water content 0.50 = 0.78.

= 125 - 10 = 115 kg

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Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate is required to = [(a - b) - (c + d + e)]

be increased to decrease the fine aggregate content. As = (1 - 0.002) – (0.052 7 + 0.025 + 0.115)

the water-cement ratio is increased by 0.02, the

= 0.805 3 m3

proportion of volume of coarse aggregate is decreased

by 0.004 (at the rate of 0.01 for every ± 0.05 change g) Mass of coarse aggregate

in water-cement ratio). = f × volume of coarse aggregate × specific

gravity of coarse aggregate × 1 000

Therefore, corrected proportion of volume of coarse

= 0.805 3 × 0.776 × 2.74 × 1 000

aggregate for the water-cementitious ratio of

0.52 = 0.78 – 0.004 = 0.776. = 1 712.26 kg 1 712 kg

h) Mass of fine aggregate

Volume of fine aggregate content = 1 – 0.776 = 0.224

= g × volume of fine aggregate × specific

F-9 MIX CALCULATIONS gravity of fine aggregate × 1 000

= 0.805 3 × 0.224 ×2.65 × 1 000

The mix calculations per unit volume of concrete shall

= 478.02 478 kg

be as follows:

F-10 CHECK ON MORTAR CONTENT

a) Total volume = 1 m3

b) Volume of entrapped air Mortar content, Mc = Vc + Vf + Vw + Vfa+ Va

in wet concrete = 0.002 m3

where

c) Volume of cement

Mass of cement 1 Mc = mortar content;

= Specific gravity of cement 1 000 Vc = volume of cement = 0.0527 m3

166 1 Vf = volume of fly ash = 0.025 m3

= 3.15 1 000 Vw = volume of water = 0.115 m3

= 0.0 52 7 m3 Vfa = volume of fine aggregate = 0.180m3

d) Volume of fly ash Va = volume of air = 0.002 m3

Mass of fly ash 1 So, Mc = 0.375 kg/m3

= Specific gravity of fly ash 1 000

The volume of mortar content satisfies the requirement

55 1 of 0.37 ± 0.01 for rounded aggregates for 150 mm msa

= 2.2 1 000 (see Table 15).

= 0.025 m3 F-11 MIX PROPORTIONS FOR TRIAL

e) Volume of water NUMBER 1

Mass of water 1 Cement = 166 kg/m3

= Specific gravity of water 1 000

Fly ash = 55 kg/m3

115 1 Water (Net mixing) = 115 kg/m3

= 1 1 000 Fine aggregate (SSD) = 478 kg/m3

= 0.115 m3 Coarse aggregate (SSD) = 1 712 kg/m3

Size Fractions Grading Grading

mm Fraction Fraction Fraction Fraction Fraction I II III IV V Obtained Requirement

I II III IV V

150-80 80-40 40-20 20-10 10-4.75 35% 30% 15% 10% 10% 100%

mm mm mm mm mm

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13)

150 100 100 100 100 100 35 30 15 10 10 100 100

80 0 92 100 100 100 0 27.6 15 10 10 62.6 55 to 65

40 0 5 90 100 100 0 1.5 13.5 10 10 35 29 to 40

20 0 0 4 97 100 0 0 0.6 9.7 10 20.3 14 to 22

10 0 0 0 10 78 0 0 0 1 7.8 8.8 6 to 10

4.75 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0.2 1 1.2 0 to 5

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