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Fundamental Properties on the Development of High Performance Shrinkage Reducing Agent for Concrete

콘크리트용 고성능 수축저감제 개발에 대한 기초적 특성

  • Received : 2015.04.29
  • Accepted : 2015.06.11
  • Published : 2015.06.30

Abstract

The expenses of maintenance and reinforcement for aged concrete structures are significantly on the increase as their durability and general performance has been naturally degraded. Due to this reason, interests on concrete crack reduction technology are growing but more researches are required to fulfill such fast growing demands. Particularly in the underground power facilities, it is difficult to maintain the quality of aging concrete spheres for underground power as their deterioration caused by long-term operation is on-going. In recent years, many studies have been made to overcome the issues and now it is determined that the shrinkage reducing technology which can dramatically reduce the crack at the design stage is one of the most effective solutions. In this study, the test investigated fundamental propertiesof concrete using various shrinkage reducing materials to develop low shrinkage mortar. According to results of experimental study, for mortar and concrete, glycol based material showed excellent shrinkage property and compressive strength. For the later study to generic application of the shrinkage reducing materials, performance reviews on the shrinkage reducing materials with variable factors and various materials such as changes in the amount and type of materials should be followed.

Keywords

Crack;Durability;Drying shrinkage;Shrinkage reducing agent;Shrinkage reducing materials

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