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erosion resistance of highstrength concrete containing

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

2017-11-15  Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete containing forta-ferro fibers against sulfuric acid attack with an optimum design - ScienceDirect. Construction and Building Materials. Volume 154, 15 November 2017, Pages 675-686.

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

Effect of forta-ferro fibers on erosion resistance of high-strength concrete is investigated. An optimum solution for design parameters of high-strength fibrous concrete is found. Higher volume of fibers in HSC under sulfuric acid attack, less loss in weight, crushing load, and UPV.

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

Abstract One important factor affecting the resistance and durability loss of concrete structures is acid attack, and one common method of improving concrete properties against this attack is to use high-strength fiber-reinforced concrete. In this study, high-strength concretes containing different percentages of forta-ferro fibers (consisted of synthetic materials in the form of twisted ...

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

Request PDF Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete containing forta-ferro fibers against sulfuric acid attack with an optimum design One important factor affecting the resistance and ...

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

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Influence of class F fly ash on the abrasion–erosion ...

2007-2-1  Analytical results indicated that concrete containing class C fly ash had better abrasion resistance than either ordinary Portland cement concrete or concrete containing class F fly ash. Using the ASTM C944 test method, Naik et al. [6] assessed the abrasion resistance of concrete proportioned to have five kinds of cement replacements (15%, 30% ...

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Abrasion resistance of high-strength concrete in

2005-7-1  The abrasion–erosion resistance of concrete was evaluated according to ASTM C 1138, test method for abrasion resistance of concrete (underwater method). In this test, the concrete sample is subjected to an abrasive charge consisting of 70 chrome steel balls circulating in water over the concrete

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Influence of class F fly ash on the abrasion–erosion ...

This study investigates the abrasion–erosion resistance of high-strength concrete (HSC) mixtures in which cement was partially replaced by four kinds of replacements (15%, 20%, 25% and 30%) of class F fly ash. The mixtures containing ordinary Portland cement were designed to have 28 days compressive strength of approximately 40–80 MPa. Specimens were subjected to abrasion–erosion testing in

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(PDF) Testing Abrasion Resistance of High-Strength

Wind-blown sand erosion tests data show that to the specimens with 28-days curing age, the UHL can improve the erosion resistance for 12.8–24.1% versus that of the contrast in a 30-min erosion ...

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[PDF] ABRASION RESISTANCE OF HIGH-STRENGTH

Aci Materials Journal. This work was performed to evaluate the abrasion resistance of concrete proportioned to have five levels of cement replacements (15, 30, 40, 50, and 70 percent) with one source of Class C fly ash. A reference concrete without fly ash was proportioned to have a 28-day compressive strength of 41 MPa.

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

Citations from other publications for 'Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete containing forta-ferro fibers against sulfuric acid attack with an optimum design'.

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Abrasion resistance of high-strength concrete in

2005-7-1  The abrasion–erosion resistance of concrete was evaluated according to ASTM C 1138, test method for abrasion resistance of concrete (underwater method). In this test, the concrete sample is subjected to an abrasive charge consisting of 70 chrome steel balls circulating in water over the concrete

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Influence of class F fly ash on the abrasion–erosion ...

This study investigates the abrasion–erosion resistance of high-strength concrete (HSC) mixtures in which cement was partially replaced by four kinds of replacements (15%, 20%, 25% and 30%) of class F fly ash. The mixtures containing ordinary Portland cement were designed to have 28 days compressive strength of approximately 40–80 MPa ...

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Influence of class F fly ash on the abrasion–erosion ...

This study investigates the abrasion–erosion resistance of high-strength concrete (HSC) mixtures in which cement was partially replaced by four kinds of replacements (15%, 20%, 25% and 30%) of ...

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(PDF) Testing Abrasion Resistance of High-Strength

Wind-blown sand erosion tests data show that to the specimens with 28-days curing age, the UHL can improve the erosion resistance for 12.8–24.1% versus that of the contrast in a 30-min erosion ...

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[PDF] ABRASION RESISTANCE OF HIGH-STRENGTH

This work was performed to evaluate the abrasion resistance of concrete proportioned to have five levels of cement replacements (15, 30, 40, 50, and 70 percent) with one source of Class C fly ash. A reference concrete without fly ash was proportioned to have a 28-day compressive strength of 41 MPa. Concrete specimens were subjected to abrasion according to the American Society for Testing and ...

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The fire resistance of high-strength concrete containing ...

The fire resistance of high-strength concrete containing natural zeolites Alexandra R. L. Kushnir 1 , Michael J. Heap 1 *, Luke Griffiths 1,2 , Fabian B. Wadsworth 3 ,

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Testing Abrasion Resistance of High-Strength

Several high-strength concrete types with compressive strength up to 120 MPa were tested to evaluate the suitabilities of two test standards to evaluate abrasion resistance of concrete subjected to wearing caused by heavy tire and steel wheel traffic and heavy trucking and water-borne debris. The selected tests were ASTM C 779, Procedure C, Test Method for Abrasion Resistance of Horizontal ...

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The fire resistance of high-strength concrete

PDF More sustainable and environmentally friendly concretes are essential to reduce the climatic and environmental impact of the growing demand for... Find, read and cite all the research you ...

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Durability Study of High-Strength Steel Fiber ... -

2018-3-1  Title: Durability Study of High-Strength Steel Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Author(s): Satish Sharma, V. V. Arora, Suresh Kumar, Y. N. Daniel, and Ankit Sharma Publication: Materials Journal Volume: 115 Issue: 2 Appears on pages(s): 219-225 Keywords: abrasion-erosion; cavitation; steel fiber-reinforced concrete; toughness Date: 3/1/2018 Abstract: One of the main causes of damage in dam

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

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Acid Rain Erosion Resistance of Concretes Containing

The sulphuric acid erosion resistance of high strength concretes containing limestone powder,titanium slag and silica ash were studied by accelerating cycle sulphuric acid soak tests. It indicates that the introduction of super-fine mineral powders into concrete can improve its sulphuric acid erosion resistance. With fixed 10% limestone powder, blending 10% titanium slag or 15% silica ash can ...

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Erosion resistance of high-strength concrete

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The fire resistance of high-strength concrete

The fire resistance of concretes containing natural zeolites has received little attention and is therefore poorly understood. Relative reductions in residual uniaxial compressive strength as a function of increasing temperature (up to 1000 °C) were very similar for the reference concrete (containing no tuff) and the tuff-bearing concrete.

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An experimental investigation on the erosion

An experimental investigation on the erosion resistance of concrete containing various PET particles percentages against sulfuric acid attack

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EROSION RESISTANCE OF CoCrAl COATINGS

2021-7-23  Materials resistant to high temperature corrosion and small particle impact erosion are necessary in the design and construction of energy conversion systems. Alumina forming MCrAl coatings with active element additions on an IN 738 substrate have demonstrated enhanced resistance to erosion

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Testing Abrasion Resistance of High-Strength

Several high-strength concrete types with compressive strength up to 120 MPa were tested to evaluate the suitabilities of two test standards to evaluate abrasion resistance of concrete subjected to wearing caused by heavy tire and steel wheel traffic and heavy trucking and water-borne debris. The selected tests were ASTM C 779, Procedure C, Test Method for Abrasion Resistance of Horizontal ...

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Corrosion-Resistance Characteristics of Concrete ...

Corrosion-Resistance Characteristics of Concrete Containing Furfural Dr. Suhair kadhem Al-Hubboubi ,Prof. Dr.Zain Al-Abideen Raouf Dr.Ra' id Hasan Abbood Abstract Corrosion inhibiting admixtures are unique among other methods to protect reinforced concrete from corrosion damage.

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Production of Greener High-Strength Concrete Using

The test results indicated high durability of the obtained concrete. When cement consumption was 350 kg/m 3, the water resistance of the concrete corresponded to the W6 grade, and with an increase in cement consumption to 400 kg/m 3, it increased to W12–W14. The freeze–thaw resistance of the concrete complied with grades F200 and F300.

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Effects of ultrafine fly ash on the properties of high ...

2015-3-29  Ultrafine fly ash was added in the concrete mixtures in two different replacement ratios: 20 and 35 % in comparison with the control group. The water–to-binder ratio was 0.28. Standard curing and temperature matching curing methods were applied. Results showed that ultrafine fly ash decreased the adiabatic temperature rise of concrete and the bigger the replacement ratio, the more the decrease.

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