Publication detail

Identifying Concrete Resistance to Corrosion by Deionised Water with Aggressive Carbon Dioxide

KOCÁB, D. TERZIJSKI, I. STRNAD, J. ŠTĚPÁNEK, P. ŠEVČÍK, M.

Original Title

Identifying Concrete Resistance to Corrosion by Deionised Water with Aggressive Carbon Dioxide

English Title

Identifying Concrete Resistance to Corrosion by Deionised Water with Aggressive Carbon Dioxide

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper discusses an experimental technique of comparing different concretes in terms of their resistance to leaching corrosion. Specifically, the experiment compared the resistance of three different high-performance concretes exposed to deionised water with aggressive carbon dioxide. To control the duration of the laboratory tests, they were not performed on these particular concretes, but rather on model mortars derived from them; the mortars proved perfectly sufficient to give the desired information. The paper also describes how these mortars were created on the basis of known or assumed concrete formulae. The actual corrosion test was designed as a double-comparative experiment. The paper lists all the basic test results, which confirm the effectiveness of the comparative method – the experiment was successful in drawing clear comparison between the concrete variants.

English abstract

The paper discusses an experimental technique of comparing different concretes in terms of their resistance to leaching corrosion. Specifically, the experiment compared the resistance of three different high-performance concretes exposed to deionised water with aggressive carbon dioxide. To control the duration of the laboratory tests, they were not performed on these particular concretes, but rather on model mortars derived from them; the mortars proved perfectly sufficient to give the desired information. The paper also describes how these mortars were created on the basis of known or assumed concrete formulae. The actual corrosion test was designed as a double-comparative experiment. The paper lists all the basic test results, which confirm the effectiveness of the comparative method – the experiment was successful in drawing clear comparison between the concrete variants.

Keywords

Concrete; Corrosion;Resistance;Carbon Dioxide;Laboratory Tests

Released

19.06.2019

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Switzerland

ISBN

978-3-0357-1459-3

Book

Solid State Phenomena: 25th Concrete Days 2018

Edition number

292

Pages from

34

Pages to

39

Pages count

6

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT157376,
  author="Dalibor {Kocáb} and Ivailo {Terzijski} and Jiří {Strnad} and Petr {Štěpánek} and Michal {Ševčík}",
  title="Identifying Concrete Resistance to Corrosion by Deionised Water with Aggressive Carbon Dioxide",
  annote="The paper discusses an experimental technique of comparing different concretes in terms of their resistance to leaching corrosion. Specifically, the experiment compared the resistance of three different high-performance concretes exposed to deionised water with aggressive carbon dioxide. To control the duration of the laboratory tests, they were not performed on these particular concretes, but rather on model mortars derived from them; the mortars proved perfectly sufficient to give the desired information. The paper also describes how these mortars were created on the basis of known or assumed concrete formulae. The actual corrosion test was designed as a double-comparative experiment. The paper lists all the basic test results, which confirm the effectiveness of the comparative method – the experiment was successful in drawing clear comparison between the concrete variants.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  booktitle="Solid State Phenomena: 25th Concrete Days 2018
",
  chapter="157376",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.292.34",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  year="2019",
  month="june",
  pages="34--39",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="conference paper"
}