Binders - cement, Civil Engineering

Binders : Cement:

Cement as a Binder

Cement is one of the main ingredients of concrete. When cement sets (with the addition of water), it forms a paste and binds the particles of aggregates together to form a hard and durable concrete. Cement is also used as a binder in cement-soil stabilisation.

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