Publication detail

The development of new types of secondary protection for concrete structures exposed to extreme conditions

DUFKA, A. MELICHAR, T. BYDŽOVSKÝ, J. VANĚREK, J.

Original Title

The development of new types of secondary protection for concrete structures exposed to extreme conditions

English Title

The development of new types of secondary protection for concrete structures exposed to extreme conditions

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

During their use reinforced concrete structures are exposed to external influences. Nowadays, the reducing ffect of these influences is usually ensured by secondary (barrier) protection. At present, coatings based on organic substances are commonly used. However, these types of secondary protection show substantial limits under extreme conditions. A method that has considerable potential to eliminate these disadvantages includes the application of secondary protection based on alkali-activated materials or geopolymers. This paper is focused on the development and optimisation of secondary protection (coating, plaster) based on alkali-activated materials intended for reinforced concrete structures to be exposed to highly chemically aggressive environments.

English abstract

During their use reinforced concrete structures are exposed to external influences. Nowadays, the reducing ffect of these influences is usually ensured by secondary (barrier) protection. At present, coatings based on organic substances are commonly used. However, these types of secondary protection show substantial limits under extreme conditions. A method that has considerable potential to eliminate these disadvantages includes the application of secondary protection based on alkali-activated materials or geopolymers. This paper is focused on the development and optimisation of secondary protection (coating, plaster) based on alkali-activated materials intended for reinforced concrete structures to be exposed to highly chemically aggressive environments.

Keywords

coatings; alkali-activated substances; extreme conditions; aggressive environment; durability of structures

Released

10.06.2017

Publisher

Institute of Metals and Technology, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Location

Ljubljana, Slovenia

ISBN

1580-2949

Periodical

Materiali in tehnologije

Year of study

51 (2017)

Number

3

State

SI

Pages from

533

Pages to

540

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT136970,
  author="Amos {Dufka} and Tomáš {Melichar} and Jiří {Bydžovský} and Jan {Vaněrek}",
  title="The development of new types of secondary protection for concrete structures exposed to extreme conditions",
  annote="During their use reinforced concrete structures are exposed to external influences. Nowadays, the reducing ffect of these influences is usually ensured by secondary (barrier) protection. At present, coatings based on organic substances are commonly used. However, these types of secondary protection show substantial limits under extreme conditions. A method that has considerable potential to eliminate these disadvantages includes the application of secondary protection based on alkali-activated materials or geopolymers. This paper is focused on the development and optimisation of secondary protection (coating, plaster) based on alkali-activated materials intended for reinforced concrete structures to be exposed to highly chemically aggressive environments.",
  address="Institute of Metals and Technology, Ljubljana, Slovenia",
  chapter="136970",
  doi="10.17222/mit.2015.249",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Institute of Metals and Technology, Ljubljana, Slovenia",
  number="3",
  volume="51 (2017)",
  year="2017",
  month="june",
  pages="533--540",
  publisher="Institute of Metals and Technology, Ljubljana, Slovenia",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}