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alkali-silica reaction

In portland cement, the reaction between the alkalies and particular siliceous rocks and/or minerals which are present in some aggregates; may result in abnormal expansion and cracking of concrete under service conditions.
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The physical and petrographical results show that aggregate derived from this Formation may not be suitable as cement concrete aggregate due to presence of chert that may trigger potentially deleterious alkali silica reaction.
The old bridge was suffering from alkali silica reaction, commonly known as concrete cancer.
Engineered for long-term durability, NewCem slag cement helps structures achieve greater strength potential, reduced permeability, and increased resistance to sulfate attack and alkali silica reaction.
This study was planned to explore the possible causes of alkali silica reaction (ASR) and their consequences in the environment of Pakistan.
Alkali silica reaction (ASR) is one of the critical internal swelling reactions that affect stability of concrete structures by cracking (Fournier and Berube 2000).
Alkali silica reaction ASR) yra viena is cheminiu reakciju, kurios turi didele itaka betono ilgaamziskumui.
The CS admixture can thus provide rapid early-strength development and binding of the calcium hydroxide so that it does not participate in alkali silica reaction.
The use of low-lime Class-F fly ash can greatly reduce the expansion due to alkali silica reaction in RCA concrete (ECCO 1999).
The NRC reported that during the license renewal application for the Seabrook plant, NextEra identified concrete degradation at the facility in the form of alkali silica reaction (ASR).
With growing concern over alkali silica reaction (ASR) problems in this state, the Arizona Chapter of the National Spa & Pool Institute is developing voluntary standards for pool concrete.
Zeller - a recognized innovative curatorial polymer chemist, technical consultant and sculpture professor- immediately recognized that the piece had developed an external efflorescent residue referred to as alkali silica reaction.
The existing bridge is suffering from alkali silica reaction, commonly known as concrete cancer.