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A Fundamental Experiment on Preventing Frost Damage at Early Age of Mortar in Low Temperature using Reduction Slag
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A Fundamental Experiment on Preventing Frost Damage at Early Age of Mortar in Low Temperature using Reduction Slag
Min, Tae-Beom; Mun, Young-Bum; Kim, Hyeong-Cheol; Choi, Hyun-Kuk; Kim, Jae-Young; Lee, Han-Seung;
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In this research, it used cement powder and reduction slag, which generates high hydration heat in hydration reaction without heat cure below degree. Purpose of final research is preventing freezing and thawing by making the compressive strength 5MPa in 3days below zero temperature due to own heat of concrete. and it is the result of physical characteristic and thermal property evaluation of reduction slag. Because reduction slag generates high hydration heat, compressive strength development is excellent. By generating highly hydration heat by and in reduction slag, compressive strength is developed in low temperature. In case of displacing only reduction slag without , it is indicated that quick-setting occurs by shortage of . For preventing quick-setting, gypsum is used essentially. According to this research result, in case of using reduction slag and gypsum as a ternary system, compressive strength developed 5MPa in 3 days below zero temperature. It is identified to prevent early frost damage of concrete below zero temperature.
low temperature environment;early-frost damage;reduction slag;hydration heat;gypsum;
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