28 days is the usual cure time for structural concrete. For street pavements and driveways made with 6-Sack concrete, 3 days of cure will support a car, but 7 to 10 days is required for it to support trucks. All concrete continues to cure forever, as long as moisture is present.
self compacted concrete
I do believe it would depend on the relative humidity and ambient temperature as concrete takes over 100 years to cure properly
Generally 30 days brings concrete to to specified compression strength. Concrete may take 30 years to cure.AnswerConcrete will harden to about 80% strength in 2-3 days and close to 100% strength in 28 days. Concrete driveways should be towards the latter end prior to driving on them. AnswerAs a former concrete inspector, I would agree with the first answer. AnswerConcrete takes 50 years to completely cure and then takes 50 years to break down
According to what I read in an article about this, it will take "centuries" for the entirety of the concrete that composes the Hoover Dam to completely cure. I don't know where I read that, but that fact has stuck with me. Amazing to think that concrete laid down by an overworked, underpaid young man during the height of The Great Depression, nearly 80 years ago now, will still be settling well after you and I are gone.
At least 3 days
It take 2 weeks
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At average temperature, 3-4 days to cure.
Concrete never fully cures, but a non-quicksetting concrete should be firm on the surface in about 4-8 hours, and usable for foot traffic or post setting in 36 hours.
Probably 7 - 10 days to clear the infection.It will take about 14 days to cure a STD.It will take about 10 days after treatment to cure a STD with doxycycline.
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The temperature and humidity can affect how long it take cement to "cure" or dry.
2 to 4 days
Never they die
That depends on the concrete, as well as weather conditions, and the load the concrete would be subjected to. Concrete gains strength over time and the usual benchmarks are 7 days, and 28 days. At 28 days concrete has usually cured to nearly its maximum strength. For a concrete footing in a residential environment say a deck or home the concrete will usually cure for a minimum of three days before the formwork is removed and the rest of the structure is built. For a commercial or civil project the curing is subject to the engineers discretion.
what is the purpose of reinforcing bars in a spread footing
it takes 28 days to fully cure, It would be advisable not to drive on it before that because of micro cracks, which will continue to migrate through time, causing spiderwebbing outside of your control joints, Depends on the cement used some quick cure cements can harden in an hour
how long does it take for bituman to dry outside
Yes and many so ask the supplier of your concrete.
This depends on the person and what's happening around them.