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|Title:||To the problem of assessing the level of self-stresses during the formation of the structure of self-compacting concrete|
|Authors:||Kolleganov, A. V.|
Коллеганов, А. В.
|Keywords:||Creep coefficient;Superplasticizer;Strength kinetics;E-modulus;Shrinkage deformation;Shrinkage crack resistance;Self-compacting concretes;Ordinary concrete;Mineral additive;High-strength concrete;Cement additives;Shrinkage|
|Publisher:||Trans Tech Publications Ltd|
|Citation:||Nesvetaev, G., Koryanova, Y., Zhilnikova, T., Kolleganov, A. To the problem of assessing the level of self-stresses during the formation of the structure of self-compacting concrete // Materials Science Forum. - 2020. - Volume 974 MSF. - Pages 293-298|
|Series/Report no.:||Materials Science Forum|
|Abstract:||Conditional quantitative criteria characterizing the shrinkage crack resistance of various concretes and a model describing the change in the proposed criteria depending on the magnitude of shrinkage deformation, creep coefficient, tensile strength kinetics and shrinkage strain kinetics for ordinary concrete and self-compacting concrete are proposed. The proposed criteria for the class C40/50 concrete have been calculated and it was shown that self-compacting concrete can potentially have higher crack resistance during shrinkage. To ensure high cracking resistance during shrinkage when choosing superplasticizers and mineral additives, attention should be paid to their effect on shrinkage, creep and E-modulus of the cement stone. It should exclude additives that increase the shrinkage and E-modulus and reduce creep of cement stone|
|Appears in Collections:||Статьи, проиндексированные в SCOPUS, WOS|
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