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Engineering Properties of Self-healing Smart Grouting Method
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Engineering Properties of Self-healing Smart Grouting Method
Moon, In-Jong; Kim, Byoung-Il; Heo, June; Choi, Yong-Sung; Choi, Yong-Ki;
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SSG (self-healing smart grouting) method, which is developed recently, has the characteristics such as an improvement of durability and waterproofing, prevention of leaching and pollution. In this study, we performed several tests such as gel-time measurement, uniaxial compression test, permeability test, fish poison test and chemical resistance test to compare the engineering properties of SSG with the other chemical grouting method (LW, SGR). As results of tests, the SSG method has low possibility of groundwater and ground pollution caused by leaching, furthermore, it has advantages like long/short term waterproofing, strength and durability. Therefore the SSG method can be applicable in the fields as an alternative of existing chemical grouting methods with problems.
SSG (self-healing smart grouting);Durability;Waterproofing;Leaching;Engineering properties;
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