Damage and Chloride Penetration of Cement Mortar under Conventional Triaxial Compression

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In this paper, the influence of conventional triaxial compression on damage and chloride ion penetration of cement mortar are investigated. Conventional triaxial compression experiment was carried out with confining loading of 10Mpa. And the stress-strain curve was measured when axial stress was 50%, 80% and 100% of peak axial loading, and 80% axial loading post-maximum. Then the damaged cement mortars was stored in Qingdao sea water for 30 days, and the free chloride content as well as chloride diffusion coefficient of damaged mortars were quantitatively determined. The experimental results show that the cement mortar is compacted in the end, and shear damaged in the middle under conventional triaxial compression. Compared to cement mortar under uniaxial compression, its compressive strength and axial deformation increases by 1.94 times and 5.6 times when cement mortar under conventional triaxial compression. When the axial stress is less than 48% of peak axial loading, and the axial deformation is less than 0.63mm, the mortar is compacted and its relative dynamic elastic modulus increases with raising axial loading and deformation. The free chloride content in the pressure-bearing side is higher than that in the bottom side. And the free chloride content in the interior of mortar increases with raising axial loading. The chloride diffusion coefficient and axial loading are related in quadratic function. When the axial deformation of mortar is higher than 0.72mm and 1.57mm, the chloride diffusion coefficient of non-load mortar, is less than that of loaded mortar in the pressure-bearing side, and in the bottom side, respectively.

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Dongye Sun, Wen-Pei Sung and Ran Chen

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744-747

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.71-78.744

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Z. Q. Jin et al., "Damage and Chloride Penetration of Cement Mortar under Conventional Triaxial Compression", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 71-78, pp. 744-747, 2011

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July 2011

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