Bleeding, in civil engineering, is a process and state of mixing water in the concrete in which the concrete rises above the material’s surface.

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Bleeding is a form of segregation in which water present in the concrete mix is pushed upwards due to the settlement of cement and aggregate. The specific gravity of water is low, due to this water tends to move upwards. Bleeding ordinarily occurs in the wet mix of concrete.