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Estimation of Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Blast Furnace Slag Subjected to High Temperature Environment
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Estimation of Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Blast Furnace Slag Subjected to High Temperature Environment
Han, Min-Cheol; Shin, Byung-Cheol;
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 Abstract
In this paper, estimation of the compressive strength of the concrete incorporating blast furnace slag subjected to high temperature was discussed. Ordinary Portland cement and blast furnace slag cement (BSC;30% of blast furnace slag) were used, respectively. Water to binder ratio ranging from 30% to 60% and curing temperature ranging from were also chosen for the experimental parameters, respectively. At the high temperature, BSC had higher strength development at early age than OPC concrete and it kept its high strength development at later age due to accelerated latent hydration reaction subjected to high temperature. For the strength estimation, the Logistic model based on maturity equation and the Carino model based on equivalent age were applied to verify the availability of estimation model. It was found that fair agreements between calculated values and measured values were obtained evaluating compressive strength with logistic curve. The application of logistic model at high temperature had remarkable deviations in the same maturity. Whereas, the application of Carino model showed good agreements between calculated values and measured ones regardless of type of cement and W/B. However, some correction factors should be considered to enhance the accuracy of strength estimation of concrete.
 Keywords
High temperature;Maturity;Strength development;Blast furnace slag;Logistic model;Equivalent age;
 Language
Korean
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