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Title: Effect of Mixture Variables on Durability for Alkali-Activated Slag Cementitious
Authors: Chi-Che Hung
Yuan-Chieh Wu
Wei-Ting Lin
Jinag-Jhy Chang
Wei-Chung Yeih
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:河海工程學系
Keywords: alkali-activated slag cementitious
absorption
resistivity
rapid chloride permeability test
carbonation rate
Date: 2018-11
Issue Date: 2019-06-13T06:41:09Z
Publisher: Materials
Abstract: Abstract: In this study, the influence of three mixture variables named Sand/Aggregate ratio, Liquid/Binder ratio, and Paste/Aggregate ratio on the cementitious properties were studied. The durability of cementitious including absorption, absorption rate, resistivity, rapid chloride permeability index, and carbonation rate were examined. Results showed that the alkali-activated slag cementitious has superior durability. The trends of influences on the composites properties for these three mixture variables are similar to those for the ordinary Portland cement concrete. It means that the experiences for making the ordinary Portland cement concrete should be able to be used for the alkali-activated slag cementitious. This paper also provides a lot of data for the alkali-activated slag cementitious for future development of the mix design.
Relation: 11(11) pp.2252
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/52232
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