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Characteristics of Natural Hydraulic Lime Mortar Mixed with Basalt Fiber
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Characteristics of Natural Hydraulic Lime Mortar Mixed with Basalt Fiber
Moon, Ki-Yeon; Cho, Jin-Sang; Cho, Kye-Hong; Hong, Chang-Woo;
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In this study, the strength properties of NHL based mortar with blending basalt fiber were investigated. In the first step, it was evaluated that physical properties of NHL based mortar according to mixing method of four types of basalt fiber and then mixing method of one type was selected. As a result of assessment, it showed that the physical properties with mixing method of dry blending were better than that of wet blending and mixing method that basalt fiber pre-mixed with NHL for 5 min in a blender was selected and water and aggregate were finally added. Secondly, the investigation of blending fiber length on the compressive and flexural strength for basalt fiber reinforced NHL based mortars was carried out. The compressive strength was decreased with adding fiber, and the flexural strength was increased more than plain mortar. In the case of adding 6 mm fiber, the compressive and flexural strength were improved more than that of others.
Natural hydraulic lime;Basalt fiber;Mixing method;Compressive strength;Flexural strength;
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