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Adhesive Strength in Tension of High Volume PAE-Modified Cement Mortar with High Flowability for Floor Finishing
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Adhesive Strength in Tension of High Volume PAE-Modified Cement Mortar with High Flowability for Floor Finishing
Do, Jeong-Yun; Soh, Yang-Seob;
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 Abstract
Various researches on the application of polymer dispersions to the cement mortar and concrete have been carried out in many countries like America, Japan and Germany and so on due to their high performance and good modification effect. PAE of polymer dispersion widely used in situ was employed that the high flowability may be induced in the cement mortar. In order to investigate the modification of cement mortar with high flowability by PAE and fracture mode of adhesive strength properties in tension of that, experimental parameters were set as PAE solid-cement ratio(P/C) and cement: fine aggregate(C:F) and the experiments such as unit weight, flow, consistency change, crack resistance and segregation that inform on the general properties have been done. Adhesion in tension is measured with a view to comprehending the properties and fracture mode in tensile load. Consistency change of cement mortar modified by PAE did grow better as the ratio of PAE solid-cement increased and was much superior to that of resin based flooring such as polyurethane and epoxy which recorded the loss of consistency in 90 min. after mixing. Adhesive strength in tension increased with continuity during curing period and showed the maximum in case of C:F=1:1 and P/C=20%.
 Keywords
PAE;cement mortar;self-leveling;consistency change;high volume;high flowability;
 Language
English
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