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Effect of Milled Glass Fibers on Corrosion Resistance of PSC Grout Mortar
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Effect of Milled Glass Fibers on Corrosion Resistance of PSC Grout Mortar
Moon, Do-Young; Kim, Sang-Woon; Kim, Dong-Joo;
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 Abstract
In this experimental study, effect of milled glass fibers was investigated on corrosion resistance of PSC grout mortar. In order to check whether the mortar mixture with milled glass fibers satisfy the required properties as a PSC grout, time of flow, bleeding and compressive strength measured. The corrosion resistance were investigated through chloride ion migration test, mortar absorption test and surface resistivity measurement. It is confirmed that all proportions with milled glass fibers have better corrosion resistance than that with only OPC binder. Time of flow was reduced but the bleeding was increased to unacceptable level by using milled glass fibers. Consequently, the mix proportion with milled glass fibers for a PSC grout should be modified to have lower water/binder ratio.
 Keywords
PSC grout;Permeability;Milled glass fibers;Chloride ion migration;
 Language
Korean
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