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Compressive strength is defined as ratio of compressive load applied by CTM machine on concrete cube or cylinder to cross sectional surface area of concrete cube. Compressive strength is represented by F which is equal to F = P/A, where F = compressive strength,P= total load applied by CTM machine & A = cross sectional surface area

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