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Performance Improvement of High Performance Shrinkage Reducing Agent using Early Strength Improving Agent
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 Title & Authors
Performance Improvement of High Performance Shrinkage Reducing Agent using Early Strength Improving Agent
Park, Jong-Pil; Jung, Yong-Wook;
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 Abstract
Studies aimed at reducing the occurrence of cracks by the shrinkage of concrete are in demand because the repair and reinforcement for cracks caused by declining concrete durability costs the user to maintain the concrete structure. In particular, in underground power facilities for power transmission, the cost is a heavy burden to repair and reinforce. For this reason, underground power facilities demanded effective methods for crack reduction at the engineering design step. This study, as a part of the development of shrinkage reducing agent for low shrinkage concrete on underground power facilities, investigated TEA to complement the shrinkage reducing agent to improve the early strength of concrete. In the case of TEA 3% as a shrinkage reducing agent, the early strength was improved significantly, and the shrinkage reducing effect was excellent. In addition, TEA 3.0 % and the shrinkage reducing agent 2.0 % showed excellent shrinkage property and compressive strength. On the other hand, more study of shrinkage reducing materials, including performance reviews on the shrinkage reducing materials with variable factors and type of materials, will be needed to generalize these results.
 Keywords
Crack;Durability;Drying shrinkage;Shrinkage reducing agent;Shrinkage reducing materials;
 Language
Korean
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