How strong is the concrete in an existing structure? Does a concrete mix specified for new construction satisfy the strength requirements for the project?
In this episode of WJE's Solving for Why series, WJE materials engineer Todd Nelson demonstrates proper concrete core sample preparation followed by destructive testing to measure its compressive strength.
WHAT GOES ON IN THE LAB?
WJE's Janney Technical Center provides a wide range of chemical, petrographic, metallurgical, environmental, and structural testing capabilities to our clients. Take a look inside our laboratories through more of our "Solving for Why" series as WJE experts walk through some of the tests we regularly perform to solve our clients' built world problems.
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