Effect of heat curing on strength and durability properties of concrete containing SCM's


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There are several known potential causes of cracking in concrete. One is excessive stress due to applied loads and another is cracks due to drying shrinkage or temperature changes in restrained conditions. Concrete is often subject to both of these stresses; therefore, prevention of cracking is a vital to increase the durability of a concrete structure.

  • Mixes trialled on precast segments
  • Segment temperature
  • Environmental curing
  • Temperature monitoring
  • Curing
  • Chloride diffusion
  • Chloride mitigation
  • Strength
  • Conclusions

Jason Chandler - Project Manager at Boral Construction Materials


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