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Building Maintenance (BM) Scanned Lecture Notes - Lakshana Edition
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Building Maintenance (BM) Full Hand Written Lecture Notes from Reputed Institutions and Faculties. Useful for Mechanical Engineers , Specially for Candidates Appearing for GATE Exams.

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Content :
Silica 

Alumina
Calcium sulphate 
Iron oxide 
Magnesia
Sulphur
Alkalies
Bogues compounds
Manufacturing of cement 
1.Dry process method
2.Wet process method
Testing of cement 
Field test
Colour test
Physical property test 
Strength test
Laboratory test
Fineness test
Sleve test 
Air permeability test
Standard consistency test
Settling time test
Initial settling test
Final settling test 
Soundness test 
Soundness due to lime
Soundness due to magnesia
Strength test 
Compressive strength test
Tensile strength test
Chemical composition test
Types of cement 
Rapid hardening cement 
Extra rapid hardening cement 
Sulphate resisting cement
Super sulphated cement
Portland slag cement
Quick settling cement
Low heat cement
Portland pozolona cement 
Hydrophobic cement 
I.R.S -T- 40 cement
High alumina cement 
Lime  
FAT lime 
Poor lime
Constituents of lime
Soluble silicates
Magnesium carbonate
Clay 
Sulphates 
Uses of lime
Mortar 
Function of sand in mortar
Qualities of good mortar
Bricks 
Constituents of brick earth 
Alumina 
Silica 
Lime 
Oxide of iron 
Magnesia
Harmful ingredients present in brick earth 
Qualities of good bricks 
Manufacturing of bricks 
Preparation of clay 
Unsoiling 
Moulding 
Drying 
Burning 
Clamps 
Closer 
Types of closer 
English bond 
Flemish bond 
Strectcher bond 
Header bond 
Aggregates 
Testing of aggregates 
Admixtures 
Concrete 
Timber 
Artificial seasoning 
Methods of artificial seasoning 
Chemical salts 
Application of chemical salts
Application of creosote oil 
Application of oil paints and soligum paints 
Defects in timber 
Defects due to attack of fungi 
Defects due to natural forces 
Defects due to seasoning 

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