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The chemical and mechanical stability of slag activated with two different concentrations of sodium sulfate (Na 2 SO 4 ) after exposure to elevated temperatures ranging from 200 to 800 °C with an increment of 200 °C has been examined. Compressive strengths and pH of the hardened pastes before...
The relationship between the nature of micro damage under impact loading and changes in mechanical behavior associated with different microstructures is studied for concretes made with two different coarse aggregates having significant differences mainly in roughness and porosity — sintered fly...
This paper reports the results of a study on concretes containing lightweight aggregate (LWA) retrieved from the tidal zone of a marine exposure site. In terms of chloride resistance, the LWA concrete performed equivalently to similar concretes of the same age produced with normal density...
Utilisation of potentially alkali–silica reactive aggregates requires reliable performance tests to evaluate the alkali–silica reactivity of various aggregate combinations, including their alkali threshold dependence on binder type. Several such performance tests have been used worldwide for...
This paper addresses the characterization of six different amorphous silica samples with respect to their application in cement paste. Different mixes are compared and analyzed using the mini spread-flow test. Also the granular properties, different void fraction states of packing and...
Using a diamond anvil cell, 14 Å tobermorite, a structural analogue of calcium silicate hydrates (C–S–H), was examined by high-pressure synchrotron X-ray diffraction up to 4.8 GPa under hydrostatic conditions. The bulk modulus of 14 Å tobermorite was calculated, K o = 47 GPa. Comparison of...
The influence of the microscale local mechanical properties of the interfacial transition zone (ITZ) on macro-level mechanical response and impact behavior is studied for concretes made with copper slag and gravel aggregates. 3D nanotech vertical scanning interferometry, scanning electron...
The permeability and elastic modulus of mature cement paste cured at temperatures between 8 °C and 60 °C were measured using a previously described beam bending method. The permeability increases by two orders of magnitude over this range, with most of the increase occurring when the curing...
The hydration process of a commercial Portland cement was followed by means of heat flow calorimetry. The measured heat flow was compared with calculated heat flow curves based on XRD data. Examined in particular was the influence of one selected superplasticizer on the hydration of the Portland...
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