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The Influence from SCMs on Salt Frost Scaling of Concrete Structures - Minimum Required Air Content and effect from Carbonation

Strand, Martin LU and Fridh, Katja LU (2014) XXII Nordic Concrete Research Symposia In Nordic Concrete Research - Proceedings of XXII Nordic Concrete Symposium 2/2014(50). p.53-56
Abstract
The goal for this PhD thesis is to evaluate the effect different SCMs has on the salt frost scaling resistance regarding air content required in well hydrated carbonated and non-carbonated concrete which contains admixtures. To evaluate this, freeze-thaw scaling tests, image analysis of the air void structure in hardened concrete, measurements with an air void analyser and low-temperature calorimetry will be performed. The results should link the required air content, and air void system created, for each binder when using a combination of superplasticizer and air entraining agent for the concrete to be considered salt frost scaling resistant.
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Additives, Admixtures, Salt-frost Scaling, Freeze-thaw, Air void system
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Nordic Concrete Research - Proceedings of XXII Nordic Concrete Symposium
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2/2014
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50
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4 pages
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Norsk Betongforening
conference name
XXII Nordic Concrete Research Symposia
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0800-6377
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English
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  abstract     = {The goal for this PhD thesis is to evaluate the effect different SCMs has on the salt frost scaling resistance regarding air content required in well hydrated carbonated and non-carbonated concrete which contains admixtures. To evaluate this, freeze-thaw scaling tests, image analysis of the air void structure in hardened concrete, measurements with an air void analyser and low-temperature calorimetry will be performed. The results should link the required air content, and air void system created, for each binder when using a combination of superplasticizer and air entraining agent for the concrete to be considered salt frost scaling resistant.},
  author       = {Strand, Martin and Fridh, Katja},
  booktitle    = {Nordic Concrete Research - Proceedings of XXII Nordic Concrete Symposium},
  issn         = {0800-6377},
  keyword      = {Additives,Admixtures,Salt-frost Scaling,Freeze-thaw,Air void system},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {50},
  pages        = {53--56},
  publisher    = {Norsk Betongforening},
  title        = {The Influence from SCMs on Salt Frost Scaling of Concrete Structures - Minimum Required Air Content and effect from Carbonation},
  volume       = {2/2014},
  year         = {2014},
}