Q: What are the air entrainment ratios?

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when a number of ratios give the same answer after solving the ratios the ratios are said to be equivalent ratios

1 - Activity Ratios 2 - Liquidity ratios 3 - Profitability ratios

1 - Activity ratios 2 - Profitability ratios 3 - Liquidity ratios

No but percentages are ratios.

No but the equal ratios are called Equivalent Ratios.

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Of course it does. One thing can be said about air entrainment everything affects it in concrete. High temperature can lower the effectiveness of air entrainment products. Typically requiring a higher dosage of air entrainment to get the desired air content.

That may be strength specific and will be subject to air entrainment

That's Entrainment was created on 2008-03-17.

Concrete aeration is utilised to provide fire protection in tunnel inlets. Air entrainment is utilised normally to prevent freeze thaw reactions degrading the concrete in harsh environments. I would not know why you would want to avoid this.

W. O. Tynes has written: 'Air entrainment in mass concrete' -- subject(s): Air-entrained concrete, Testing

Use a higher density aggregate, or decrease the amount of air entrainment.

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Eamon Joseph McKeogh has written: 'A study of air entrainment using plunging water jets'

Excessive air unsepararted in the supply lines collects at your fixtures. Contact your water supplier about the problem. If you are on a privte well, there are devices which remove this air entrainment. yepper...air in your pipes...Private well?

when a number of ratios give the same answer after solving the ratios the ratios are said to be equivalent ratios

Ratios are often classified using the following terms: profitability ratios (also known as operating ratios), liquidity ratios, and solvency ratios.

Entrainment flooding is a type of flooding that occurs when water is rapidly entrained or mixed with sediment and debris, creating a fast-moving and turbulent flow that can be highly destructive. This type of flooding can dislodge large boulders, trees, and other debris, causing extensive damage to structures and infrastructure in its path. Entrainment flooding is particularly dangerous because of the unpredictability and force of the flow.