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Estimation of Bond Performance Improvement by Surface Treatment Equipments and Polymer Content by Boned Concrete Overlays
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Estimation of Bond Performance Improvement by Surface Treatment Equipments and Polymer Content by Boned Concrete Overlays
Jung, Won Kyong; Kim, Hyun Seok; Kwon, Oh Seon; Kim, Hyung Bae;
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Repair methods of aging concrete pavement are generally used composite structure pavements, such a composite structure is subjected to a large impact on the mechanical behavior and ensure long-term commonality integrated under vehicle loads, environmental loads of the public in accordance with the bond strength between old and new concrete. A common of bonded concrete overlays that are currently available is Interface arrangements using a variety of equipment to ensure the excellent bond strength between old and new concrete than standard concrete, mixed with a material such as a polymer in order to improve the adhesion with the material itself. However, these method of constructions are being applied, depending on the developer site presents no special specifications apply when a specific application criteria objectively, this is due to the situation of each individual method, which is based on the difficulty in quality control of the site manager. In this study by performing a field test for polymer content via the variables that contribute most significantly to ensure bond strength and the field element core of the interface processing method and materials to ensure bond strength between the old and the new concrete, it was to derive the construction site construction method that can improve the performance of the bond strength through a review of the construction around the correlations and the bond strength according to the effective performance analysis of the conventional surface treatment process and variation of polymer volume fraction.
Bonded concrete overlays;Polymer volume fraction;Surface treament;Cracking width;Bond strength;
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