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A Study on the Creep and Autogenous Shrinkage of High Performance Concrete with Expansive Additive and Shrinkage Reducing Admixtures at Early Age

  • Park, Sun-Gyu (Suwon Tech. Appraisal Center, Kibo Technology Fund) ;
  • Noguchi, Takafumi (Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo University) ;
  • Kim, Moo-Han (Dept. of Architectural Engineering, Chungnam National University)
  • Published : 2006.09.30

Abstract

This paper shows a study of the efficiency of expansive additive and shrinkage reducing admixture in controlling restrained shrinkage cracking of high performance concrete at early age. Free autogenous shrinkage test of $100{\times}100{\times}400mm$ concrete specimens and simulated completely-restrained test with VRTM(variable restraint testing machine) were performed. Creep and autogenous shrinkage of high-performance concrete with and without expansive additive and shrinkage reducing admixture were investigated by experiments that provided data on free autogenous shrinkage and restrained shrinkage. The results showed that the addition of expansive additive and shrinkage reducing admixture effectively reduced autogenous shrinkage and tensile stress in the restrained conditions. Also, it was found that the shrinkage stress was relaxed by 90% in high-performance concrete with and without expansive additive and shrinkage reducing admixtures at early age.

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