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Development of Concrete and Evaluation of Properties of Combined Steel making Slag Aggregates for Offshore Structure Production(II)
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 Title & Authors
Development of Concrete and Evaluation of Properties of Combined Steel making Slag Aggregates for Offshore Structure Production(II)
Jung, Won-Kyong; Kim, Hyun-Seok; Park, Dong-Cheon; Cho, Bong-Suk;
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 Abstract
In this study, earlier analyzed tetrapod, one of an original group of offshore constructions studied for manufacturability of the concrete using the properties of steel making slag aggregate. steel making slag aggregate assessment, RCS and Blast Furnace Slag : the 20 mm air-cooled slag and combinations by 50 %, aggregate properties on the most appropriate for the properties of recycled aggregate concrete optimal mix, and assessing it. Properties of concrete used to be derived are judged as to bury the studies show that the hollowing-out of the RCS, plastic sole use is in the workability of the aggregate, plastic in the 20 mm slag also assessed to be a slight disadvantage, but RCS by mixing air-cooled coarse and 50 percent to 20 percent 50 mm. Thus, steel making slag marine structures using recycled aggregate, in rapid chilled slag or air-cooled slag. The sole use of the aggregate them than to combine the aggregate of concrete. After they satisfy the quality standard quality shall be used will aggregate steel making slag who meet the criteria concrete manufacturing in general or par with the aggregate of concrete. Performance was assessed as to develop a more than that.
 Keywords
Steel making slag;Aggregate;Air-cooled steel slag;Rapidly chilled steel slag;
 Language
Korean
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