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Water cement ratio is the ratio of water to cement to be used in formation of concrete. 

asked Feb 28 in Civil Engineering by Ranish
edited Feb 28 by jiya | 37 views

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The water cement ratio for ordinary concrete is 0.6-0.7
answered Feb 28 by Saliha
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it is the ratio of weight of water to the weight of cement in the mixture of concrete.

answered Feb 28 by Aryan
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It's range between 0.6-0.8.

answered Feb 28 by Rohit bhardwaj
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It is from 0.45 to 0.6

answered Feb 28 by supratimghosh97
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Water cement ratio refers to the ratio of wieght water and cement used in the concrete mix.Water cement ra 0.45 to 0.6 are typically used .

answered Feb 28 by Himanshu Jharwal
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Water to cement ratio is as per IS 456:2000 the range for plain concrete is 0.4 to 0.6 and for reinforced concrete is 0.4 to 0.55. This ranges are applicable when only the nominal size of aggregate maximum 20mm only. 

answered Mar 9 by Lavanya Katta
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The Actual Ordinary Water/Cement Ratio for the Normal Concrete is 0.6-0.7

answered Mar 9 by Syed Saif Ali