alkali-silica reaction


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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 Role of Fly Ash Composition in Reducing Alkali-Silica Reaction. Portland Cement Association.
Multi-laboratory study of the accelerated mortar bar test (ASTM C 1260) for alkali-silica reaction. Cement, Concrete and Aggregates 21(2), 185-194.
Alkali-silica reaction - the influence of calcium on silica dissolution and the formation of reaction products, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 94: 12431249.
Alkali-Silica Reaction is a reaction in which certain aggregates react with the alkaline pore solution of concrete and manifests itself in extreme cases in the form of deterioration and distress in concrete.
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Background of alkali-silica reaction: There has been an enormous amount of literature about the background theory and cases of Alkali-Silica Reaction in concrete structures after its discovery by Stanton in California, USA in 1940.
Chemistry of alkali-silica reaction and testing of aggregates, Cement and Concrete Composites 27(7-8): 788-795.
Using methods from ASTM C 1260 Multi-Laboratory Study of the Accelerated Mortar Bar Test for Alkali-Silica Reaction, staff at the Mannvit Engineering-housed facility prepared specimens from control (100% portland cement) and ash (5% portland cement substitution) mixes.
Highway Concrete Pavement Technology Development and Testing: Volume I--Field Evaluation of Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) C-202 Test Sites (Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR))
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