2 edition of 25-year evaluation of concrete containing reactive Kansas-Nebraska aggregates found in the catalog.
25-year evaluation of concrete containing reactive Kansas-Nebraska aggregates
Leland C Porter
by Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Division of Research, Concrete and Structural Branch, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Denver, Colo, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Leland C. Porter|
|Series||REC-ERC ; 78-5, REC-ERC (Series) -- 78-5|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Engineering and Research Center. Concrete and Structural Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Get this from a library. A year evaluation of concrete containing reactive Kansas-Nebraska aggregates. [Leland C Porter; Engineering and Research Center (U.S.). Concrete.
The strength and stiffness of the concrete is reduced by concrete cracking. Reactive coarse aggregate, if present on the concrete surface, may lead to pop-out. Critical locations include the portions of the containment exposed to moisture.
Gel slowly leaking out through the cracks may indicate the presence of a reaction. Cited by: 1. Introduction. Alkali leaching from cementitious specimens containing ASR (alkali-silica reaction)-susceptible aggregates and vertically stored over water in sealed containers is a problem known since Alkali leaching may lead to reduced expansions of specimens during laboratory concrete prism expansion tests and, in some cases, to misleading conclusions about the alkali Cited by: 4.
Book solution "Ethics and Technology", Herman T. Tavani - chapters ASCE Citation Guide s08 Chappdf fly ash, slag, silica, fume, and natural pozzolans Chappdf admixtures for concrete Chappdf design and proportioning normal concrete mixtures Chappdf curing concrete.
There are two generalised classes of siliceous aggregates known to be potentially reactive with alkalis in concrete: the normally reactive aggregates (those that react in a time scale of 5 to 20 years) and the slowly reactive aggregates (those that react in a time scale greater than 15–20 years).
Normally reactive aggregates are Cited by: Glass reinforced concrete panels containing recycled tyres: Evaluation of the acoustic properties of for their use as sound barriers J.M. Pastor, L.D. García, S.
Quintana, J. Peña Pages Since concrete pavements cannot be kept free of moisture, the solution is to either use low alkali cements or non-reactive aggregates. In some regions, however, non-reactive aggregates may not be economically available.
Fly ash, GGBFS, and silica fume have been found to reduce the effects of ASR. ft.]) were cast using W/CM in the range of tovarious types of fly ash with replacement levels of 56 or 58%, and various types of normal density and lightweight e.
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Direct Gain House. A large south facing glazing area was proposed with night insulation and. X In addition to its usefulness in research, this test method has been found useful in the selection of aggregates of the so-called sand-gravel type found mainly in some parts of Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa, which contain very little coarse material; generally 5 to.
Characterize the materials in exudations, and secondary deposits along aggregate rims, and in cracks and pore fillings: Optical properties can be evaluated by means of immersion mounts (figures and ) or in thin sections (figures through ).
ASTM C contains optical data for common secondary deposits found in concrete. cement ratios ranging from to and contain no ﬁne aggregate 兲 open pan mixer for evaluation of porosity, 97, “Standard Speciﬁcation for Concrete Aggregates.
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The book edition is organized in two volumes, Materials. C This percentage under either of the following conditions: (1) is permitted to be increased to if the material is essentially free of clay or shale; or (2) i f the source of the ne aggregate to be used in the concrete is known to contain less than the speci ed maximum amount passing the m (No.
) sieve (Table 1) the percentage limit. This paper presents the long-term durability performance of semi-lightweight concrete containing various levels of supplementary cementing materials (SCM) and steel fibers when exposed to a harsh. Alkali-Aggregate Reaction and Structural Damage to Concrete: Engineering Assessment, Repair and Management Geoffrey E.
Blight, Mark G Alexander Since AAR was first identified init has been a subject dominated by studies of the mineralogy of AAR-susceptible aggregates, the chemistry of the AAR and related reactions and laboratory tests.
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Because reactive aggregates generally works as pozolanic materials below mm in long term. So there is no need extra cementitious materials such as silica fume etc.
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To date, a large number of reactive materials has been used and proposed as substrates in CWs or in other small-scale filter systems, including natural materials (minerals, rocks, soils and marine.
The aggregate in polymer concrete was replaced with 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% by weight of waste glass. It was also found that the compressive strength, flexural and tensile strengths of polymer concrete containing waste glass aggregate increases as the waste glass aggregate content increases.The concrete degradation caused by internal expansive reaction (IER) is a problem that affects many structures in the world.
These reactions, which include the alkali-silica reaction (ASR)and the internal sulphate reaction (ISR) related with delayed ettringite formation, are very dangerous, due the expansive behavior of products formed, that cause the cracking of concrete.You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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