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Effect on Compressive Strength of Early CO2 Cured Cement Product by Admixture and Curing Method
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 Title & Authors
Effect on Compressive Strength of Early CO2 Cured Cement Product by Admixture and Curing Method
Lee, Jong-Chan;
 
 Abstract
This study proceeded to apply curing method to cement manufacture field, To do so, the best curing method involving curing needs to be drawn for the best uptake rate and compressive strength. In addition, applying this curing method to specimen with fly ash 10% and blasted furnace slag 10% as cement substitution materials, usability of admixture with curing was evaluated in this study. As results, 4 hour steam curing and air curing method after 2 hour curing with 100% of was the best for uptake and compressive strength of specimens, and the same result was drawn from the specimens with admixture.
 Keywords
curing; uptake rate;Cement product;Compressive strength;Admixture;
 Language
Korean
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