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Plastic and Drying Shrinkage Cracking Reduction by the Bubble Sheet Curing
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 Title & Authors
Plastic and Drying Shrinkage Cracking Reduction by the Bubble Sheet Curing
Lee, Joung-Gyo; Han, Cheon-Goo;
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 Abstract
In this research, the performance of surface covering technique using a white-colored bubble sheet on reducing the cracking due to the plastic, and drying shrinkages for high rise building construction were evaluated by comparing the exposed surface without any surface treatment. From the results of the experiment conducted during fall season, desired results of decreased numbers, length, maximum width, and area of cracking were obtained without a significant difference on heat of hydration and cumulative temperature. Therefore, it is considered that the surface covering technique using bubble sheet is an appropriate method for preventing plastic and drying shrinkage cracking at fall season concrete construction.
 Keywords
surface-covered curing materials;single-layered white bubble sheet;surface exposure;plastic and drying;shrinkage crack;
 Language
Korean
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