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Estimating the Compressive Strength of High-Strength Concrete Using Surface Rebound Value and Ultrasonic Velocity
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 Title & Authors
Estimating the Compressive Strength of High-Strength Concrete Using Surface Rebound Value and Ultrasonic Velocity
Kim, Min Wook; Oh, Hongseob; Oh, Kwang Chin;
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 Abstract
The authors performed the experimental work to propose the strength prediction equation for high strength concrete based on the non-destructive test methods. The concrete specimens that the range of design compressive strength was 40~80 MPa was produced in laboratory, and then tested rebound test and ultrasonic velocity methods and also compressive test according to the Korea Standard. The test results was compared with previously equations suggested by other researcher. From the test, these traditional nondestructive methods are simple, quick, has proven to be reliable and useful method for predicting the concrete strength. The test results were compared with the previous equations and then newly proposed own equations based on the test results. The proposed equations have the suitable precision and accuracy for applying the high strength concrete structures.
 Keywords
Rebound test;Ultrasonic pulse velocity;High strength concrete;Compressive strength;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
콘크리트 품질관련 표준 및 관련 비파괴 시험법 기술동향 -콘크리트 압축강도 추정-,이병재;오태근;

한국콘크리트학회지, 2016. vol.28. 5, pp.84-87
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