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AS/NZS 4456.12:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining coefficients of contraction

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 4456.12:1997
Valid from
04/04/1997

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Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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Description

This Standard sets out the methods for determining the coefficients of contraction of masonry units.

The coefficient of residual curing contraction is an indication of the potential shrinkage undergone by a masonry unit during its secondary curing process.

The coefficient of drying contraction is an indication of the potential contraction undergone by a saturated masonry unit when it is allowed to dry over a long period at ambient conditions.

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AS/NZS 4456.12:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining coefficients of contraction

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AS/NZS 4456.12:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining coefficients of contraction

Description

This Standard sets out the methods for determining the coefficients of contraction of masonry units.

The coefficient of residual curing contraction is an indication of the potential shrinkage undergone by a masonry unit during its secondary curing process.

The coefficient of drying contraction is an indication of the potential contraction undergone by a saturated masonry unit when it is allowed to dry over a long period at ambient conditions.

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AS/NZS 4456.12:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining coefficients of contraction
Description

This Standard sets out the methods for determining the coefficients of contraction of masonry units.

The coefficient of residual curing contraction is an indication of the potential shrinkage undergone by a masonry unit during its secondary curing process.

The coefficient of drying contraction is an indication of the potential contraction undergone by a saturated masonry unit when it is allowed to dry over a long period at ambient conditions.

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AS/NZS 4456.12:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining coefficients of contraction

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