Paper Title:
Cracking Risk Appraisal of High Performance Recycled Pavement Concrete and its Application
  Abstract

Based on the technology of high performance concrete, high performance recycled pavement concrete (HPRPC) were developed by double -mixture of fly ash and superplasticizer. The dry shrinkage and plastic shrinkage cracking evaluation test were conducted. As is shown by the results, the compressive strength of HPRPC at 28d are exceed in 60MPa and dry shrinkage at 120d are less than 500με. By contrast, the cracking -resistant performance of HPRPC-7 is superior to that of HPRPC-2.

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Chapter
Chapter 2: Design of Machine, Mechanics and and Dynamic System
Edited by
Helen Zhang and David Jin
Pages
256-259
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.382.256
Citation
L. J. Zhang, Y. D. Xu, L. Pan, B. B. Wang, C. Lou, "Cracking Risk Appraisal of High Performance Recycled Pavement Concrete and its Application", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 382, pp. 256-259, 2012
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November 2011
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