16th October 2019


What is the difference between RCC and PCC?

Plain cement concrete- it is used for providing a non porous,firm & level space for laying RCC & also used under flooring .It also used as filler like lump concrete which is mixer of PCC & boulder. Damp proof concrete.- It is a type of pcc in which 10 mm below aggregate is used with water proofing compound.

Regarding this, what is the meaning of RCC in construction?

When we say concrete in the building trade, we actually mean reinforced concrete. Its full name is reinforced cement concrete, or RCC. RCC is concrete that contains steel bars, called reinforcement bars, or rebars.

What is RCC in civil engineering?

Reinforced Concrete (RC) or Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) are one and the same. Don't be confused by the word “cement” in RCC as any concrete comprises of Cement, sand, aggregates and water. So. RC and RCC are not two different materials but one.

What is PCC in civil engineering?

The mixture of cement, FINE aggregate (sand) and coarse aggregate is called plain cement concrete (PCC) PCC is mainly used for following purposes. 1. It is used as a protective layer for the RCC above so that water from the RCC is not absorbed by the earth below.
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