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Resistance of Concrete with Fine-Ground Granulated Slag Admixture to Sulphates and Acidic Aggressive Media

Originální název

Resistance of Concrete with Fine-Ground Granulated Slag Admixture to Sulphates and Acidic Aggressive Media

Anglický název

Resistance of Concrete with Fine-Ground Granulated Slag Admixture to Sulphates and Acidic Aggressive Media

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Blast-furnace slag granules may be used not only in mixed Portland cement making but it is also suitable as a partial substitution of Portland cement in concrete. Substitution of 20 - 50 % Portland cement by fine-ground blast-furnace slag granules increases concrete resistance to aggressive media in comparison with concrete made of mere Portland cement (CEM I). In the given case, concrete resistance to sulphates (concentration SO42- - 10 000 mg/l) and to acidic aggressive media (pH = 3) was monitored.

Anglický abstrakt

Blast-furnace slag granules may be used not only in mixed Portland cement making but it is also suitable as a partial substitution of Portland cement in concrete. Substitution of 20 - 50 % Portland cement by fine-ground blast-furnace slag granules increases concrete resistance to aggressive media in comparison with concrete made of mere Portland cement (CEM I). In the given case, concrete resistance to sulphates (concentration SO42- - 10 000 mg/l) and to acidic aggressive media (pH = 3) was monitored.

BibTex


@article{BUT47194,
  author="Jiří {Brožovský} and Tomáš {Fojtík} and Amos {Dufka}",
  title="Resistance of Concrete with Fine-Ground Granulated Slag Admixture to Sulphates and Acidic Aggressive Media",
  annote="Blast-furnace slag granules may be used not only in mixed Portland cement making but it is also suitable as a partial substitution of Portland cement in concrete. Substitution of 20 - 50 % Portland cement by fine-ground blast-furnace slag granules increases concrete resistance to aggressive media in comparison with concrete made of mere Portland cement (CEM I). In the given case, concrete resistance to sulphates (concentration SO42- - 10 000 mg/l) and to acidic aggressive media (pH = 3) was monitored.",
  address="Societatii Academice Matei - Teiu Botez",
  chapter="47194",
  institution="Societatii Academice Matei - Teiu Botez",
  journal="Journal Intersections",
  number="4",
  volume="4",
  year="2007",
  month="november",
  pages="89--98",
  publisher="Societatii Academice Matei - Teiu Botez",
  type="journal article - other"
}