air entraining

air entraining

Descriptive of the capability of a material or process to develop a system of minute bubbles of air in cement paste, concrete, or mortar.
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[ClickPress, Fri Sep 28 2018] Construction chemicals are broadly used for waterproofing repairs, bonding agents, crack and expansion joint fillers, tile adhesives, retarders, plasticizers, air entraining compounds accelerators and others.
In plateau climate conditions, air entraining concrete is used in hydropower, transportation, and civil engineering projects to resist the frequent freeze-thaw cycle to avoid freezing and other induced disease, thereby ensuring the safe operation of the building [1].
The factors of ambient temperature, humidity, and air pressure affect the air entraining concrete performance besides the factors of raw materials, proportion of mixture, and construction method.
471 pounds, minimum cement per cubic yard: 686 pounds, admixture: air entraining, water reducing.
Caption: The Tech Brief illustrates air entraining admixtures' (AEA) limitations in the presence of unburned Class C or Class F fly ash carbon.
Also some additives such as a superfluidizer containing polymer of polyacrylic acid and an air entraining admixture were added.
The chemical admixture was an air entraining and water reducing agent.
We have studied then the chloride diffusion as a function of the slag content or other substituting materials of cements as well as the presence of air entraining agents (see details Section 3).
The segmentation by type includes Superplasticizers, Normal Plasticizers, Accelerating Agents, Retarding Agents, Air Entraining Agents and Waterproofing Agents and others.
However, the required concrete air content can be achieved by increasing the dosage of air entraining admixture.
Attributing to the addition of air entraining agent, unique pore structures are formed, which improve the frost resistance of air entrained concrete.
For number 1 sample, air entraining admixture was added.