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|Title:||Influence of processing factors over concrete strength|
|Authors:||Kara, K. A.|
Dolzhenko, A. V.
Zharikov, I. S.
|Keywords:||Authors of BSTU|
|Abstract:||Construction of facilities of cast in-situ reinforced concrete poses additional requirements to quality of material, peculiarities of the construction process may sometimes lead to appearance of lamination planes and inhomogeneity of concrete, which reduce strength of the material and structure as a whole. Technology compliance while working with cast in-situ concrete has a significant impact onto the concrete strength. Such process factors as concrete curing, vibration and compaction of the concrete mixture, temperature treatment, etc., when they are countered or inadequately followed lead to a significant reduction in concrete strength. Here, the authors experimentally quantitatively determine the loss of strength in in-situ cast concrete structures due to inadequate following of process requirements, in comparison with full compliance.|
|Description:||Kara K. A. Influence of processing factors over concrete strength / K. A. Kara, A. V. Dolzhenko, I. S. Zharikov // IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2018. - Vol.327. - 032027.|
|Appears in Collections:||Construction materials, products and structures|
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