Environmental Ecology and Technology of Concrete

Volumes 302-303

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.302-303

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Authors: Shu Hua Liu, Kun He Fang

Abstract: In order to establish a mathematic model of the autogenous deformation of concrete incorporating MgO as expansive agent, we study the...

Authors: Chun Xia, Bing Jie Wang, Qi Lin Song

Abstract: Tests have been done to study the compound mineral admixtures of lithium-salt industrial residue (LSR) and fly ash. The results indicate...

Authors: Jia Jin Zheng, Shi Lang Xu, Xin Zhu Zhou

Abstract: A three-phase composite circle model is presented in this paper to assess the effect of interfacial transition zone (ITZ) on the chloride...

Authors: Ding Yan Wu, Zeng Li, Kun He Fang, Shu Hua Liu

Abstract: This study has investigated the controlling ASR with high quality I class fly ash. The results show that the content of fly ash is more...

Authors: Li-Xiang Zou, Feng Xing, Chuan-Li Tan
Authors: Qiang Ma, Gai Fei Peng, Yong Jiang Xie, Ye Feng Liu
Authors: Pei Wei Gao, Sheng Xing Wu, Ping Hua Lin, Zhong Ru Wu, Ming Shu Tang

Abstract: This paper discusses the sulfate resistance and frost of mass hydraulic concrete which containing fly ash, superplasticizer and a novel...

Authors: Bing Du, Quan Xin Yi

Abstract: Aiming at influencing factors in the abominable natural environment in permafrost district of Qinghai-Tibet railway, according to different...

Authors: Nai Qian Feng, Quan Lin Niu, Jun Wang Cai, Chong Zhi Li, Ren Chang Huang

Abstract: Sulphate ion and chloride ion existed in the alkaline saline soils may cause serious problems on the durability of reinforced concrete...

Authors: Xiao Qian Qian, Tao Meng, Shu Lin Zhan, Min Hui Fang, Kuang Liang Qian

Abstract: Based on designed and manufactured test equipment of concrete early age shrinkage, the influence of shrinkage reduce agent (SRA) on early...


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