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Crack Characteristics of Soil Concrete Using Volcaniclastic and the Crack Repair Method
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 Title & Authors
Crack Characteristics of Soil Concrete Using Volcaniclastic and the Crack Repair Method
Hong, Chong-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Restraint to drying shrinkage is the most common cause of concrete cracking. In many applications, drying shrinkage cracks are inevitable. In this paper, the surface cracks of soil concrete caused by drying shrinkage were considered to become an one of concrete textures. So, laboratory shrinkage tests were conducted and the results were applied to the field applications. The study results were summarized as follows; First, the use of vinyl sheets and concrete polymers helped to control the concrete cracking. Second, crack propagation usually started at the interfaces of soil concrete slabs and the cracks grew to the inner slabs. Third, surface cracks of soil concrete slabs could be an one of good concrete textures
 Keywords
Soil concrete;Drying shrinkage;Concrete crack;Crack textures;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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