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We apply Electrical Resistance Tomography (ERT) for three dimensional imaging of concrete. In ERT, alternating currents are injected into the target using an array of electrodes attached to the target surface, and the resulting voltages are measured using the same electrodes. These boundary...
Lime-based mortars containing pozzolanic additions of metakaolin, sepiolite and white Portland cement are studied in order to determine their performance as historic masonry conservation mortars. Hydration products on metakaolin–lime blended mortars include stable and metastable phases. The...
The effect of temperature on the development of concrete compressive strength can be modeled by the maturity approach once the temperature sensitivity of the mixture, quantified by the activation energy ( E a ) of its chemical reactions, is known. It is common in maturity applications to use a...
In this paper, the influence of aggregate size and volume fraction on shrinkage induced micro-cracking and permeability of concrete and mortar was investigated. Nonlinear finite element analyses of model concrete and mortar specimens with regular and random aggregate arrangements were performed....
The penetration of water and non-polar hexane in Portland cement mortar prisms with different initial moisture contents was investigated using nuclear magnetic resonance ( 1 H NMR). The amount of water in gel pores strongly affects the penetration of water in much larger capillary pores. Water...
The fundamental reactions leading to the intercalation of polycarboxylate (PC) superplasticizers into calcium aluminum hydrates were studied by hydration of pure C 3 A in the presence of PC at 75 °C. It was found that the amount of dissolved sulfate present in cement pore solution determines...
Triaxial tests were performed on 100 mm × 100 mm × 100 mm cubic specimens of plain high-strength and high-performace concrete (HSHPC) at all kinds of stress ratios after exposure to normal and high temperatures of 20, 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600 °C, using a large static–dynamic true triaxial...
This article presents a comprehensive modeling of temperature, carbonation, water and chloride ions transport in cover concrete using the transport model “TransChlor”. The TransChlor transport model employs weather data and chloride ion concentrations present on the concrete surface to...
Fresh cementitious pastes can be viewed as suspensions of particles of many different sizes (from several tens of nm to 100 μm) in a continuous fluid phase. This broad poly-dispersity implies that various interactions such as surface forces (or colloidal interactions), Brownian forces,...
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