Cement, Civil Engineering

CEMENT

Cement is a normally used binding material in the construction. By burning a mixture of argillaceous (clay) and calcarious (calcium)  material at a very high temperature, cement is obtained and then grinding the clinker so generate to a fine powder. It was first generated by a mason Joseph  Aspdin in England in the year 1924. He patented it as Portland cement.

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