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Effects of slag type and curing method on the

2020-11-30 · 2. The use of slag with gypsum was found to enhance the performance of slag-blended concrete by promoting slag hydration. Thus, the mechanical, physical, and durability properties of the SgC specimens were comparable to those of the NC specimens. 3. Slag concrete requires prolonged curing to optimize its potential.

Effect of different curing methods on the compressive ...

2015-1-27 · Copper slag Compressive strength Water curing Solar chamber Ambient air curing . A B S T R A C T . The results of laboratory studies conducted to evaluate the effects of different curing conditions on the compressive strength development of concrete made with pulverized copper slag as partial replacement for Portland cement (PC) is presented.

Effects of curing conditions on properties of concrete ...

2000-3-1 · The effects of curing conditions on properties of slag cement concrete were studied. Autoclaving (175°C, 0.5 MPa) and steam curing (80°C) were compared to normal curing (28 days, 20°C, and 100% RH). Four different concrete mix designs with the same mix proportions and different cement replacements were used: 0% slag (control), 25% slag, 50% ...

Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in ...

2015-12-28 · Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Portland ... slag cement replacement increased. Curing methods which limited carbonation produced concrete with the ... The term slag cement will be used throughout this paper when referring

Effect of curing time on granulated blast-furnace slag ...

2018-7-1 · Accordingly, a curing time of seven days could be established as a threshold level to set a minimum curing time for mortar with a content of ground granulated blast-furnace slag higher than 28%; whereas a curing time of three days could be enough for cement-based materials with less than 28% blast-furnace slag .

(PDF) The effect of slag composition and curing duration ...

46,pp.56–64. Ramezanianpour, A.A. and Malhotra, V.M. 1995. Effect of curing on the compressive strength, resistance to chloride-ion penetration and porosity of concretes incorporating slag, fly ash or silica fume. Cement and Concrete Composites.

(PDF) Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on

Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on Compressive Strength and Electrical Resistivity of Concrete with Fly Ash and Ground-Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag September 2014

Effect of Curing Conditions on the Compressive Strength ...

2013-3-6 · blended concrete had found to be increasing with curing temperature, but the effect on later strength is very less [3-5]. It was found that the effects of curing method for strength development are found only after the age of 7 days [5]. For improved durability room temperature curing is the best, but steam curing is preferable to

Effect of elevated temperature curing on properties of ...

1999-10-1 · The chemical composition and properties of the slag used are summarised in Table 1.The blast furnace slag (SteelCement Ltd., Port Melbourne, Australia) is a granulated product ground to fineness of about 460 m 2 /kg, with the particle size range of 1–10 μm, and is neutral with the basicity coefficient K b = (CaO + MgO)/(SiO 2 + Al 2 O 3) equal to 0.93. The slag is supplied with 2% blended ...

Effect of slag cement on the properties of ultra-high ...

2018-11-30 · Abstract. This study investigates the effects of replacing a portion of Portland cement with slag cement (0%, 25%, 50% and 65% by mass) on the properties of plain ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) mixes. It is observed that slag cement substantially enhances the flowability of the UHPC mixes and reduces the superplasticizer dosage.

Effect of Curing Temperature on Concrete Containing Slag ...

Effect of Curing Temperature on Concrete Containing Slag Cement and Fly Ash in Ternary Mixtures. This paper will discuss how economic and environmental considerations have promoted the use of supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) such as slag cement (SC) and fly ash (FA).

Effect of partial replacement of cement with slag on the ...

2019-9-16 · 1 values) was obtained at a curing tempera-ture of 35°C than at a standard curing temperature of 20°C. This indicates an accelerated hydration reaction of cement under hot curing conditions. A high ambient temperature in conjunction with insufficient curing may also have a detrimen-tal effect on the strength of concrete (ACI, 1999). It is ...

EFFECT OF DEVIATIONAL CURING ON THE STRENGTH

2016-9-9 · The main objective of this experimental investigation is to study the effect of deviational curing on the strength properties of concrete produced by using market available fly ash based cement, slag based cement and metakaolin based cement. The different strength properties studied are compressive strength, tensile strength, flexural strength ...

(PDF) Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on

Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on Compressive Strength and Electrical Resistivity of Concrete with Fly Ash and Ground-Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag September 2014 Aci Materials Journal 111 ...

Effect of Curing Conditions on the Compressive Strength ...

2013-3-6 · blended concrete had found to be increasing with curing temperature, but the effect on later strength is very less [3-5]. It was found that the effects of curing method for strength development are found only after the age of 7 days [5]. For improved durability room temperature curing is the best, but steam curing is preferable to

Effect of Pore-Size Distribution on Shrinkage of Concretes ...

2008-5-6 · The effects of pore structure of concrete made with slag-blended cement on shrinkage behavior of concrete when exposed to drying were presented in this paper. The investigated parameters were the length of curing (1-day and 7-day curing), slag and gypsum contents in mixtures.

Effect of Curing Conditions on the Performance of ...

This study aims to evaluate the performance of granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) and metakaolin (MK)-based geopolymer concrete (GC) under different curing conditions. GC was derived from a portland self-compacting concrete (PC).

Effect of High-Temperature Curing Methods on the ...

2017-7-26 · This paper investigates the effect of the high-temperature curing methods on the compressive strength of concrete containing high volumes of ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS). GGBS was used to replace Portland cement at a replacement ratio of 60% by binder mass. The high-temperature curing parameters used in this study were the delay period, temperature rise, peak

[PDF] EFFECT ON CONCRETE BY DIFFERENT CURING

The properties of hardened concrete, especially the durability, are greatly influenced by curing since it has a remarkable effect on the hydration of the cement. The advancements in the construction and chemical industry have paved way for the development of the new curing techniques and construction chemicals such as Membrane curing compounds, Self-curing agents, Wrapped curing, Accelerators ...

Effect of blast furnace slag powder on compressive ...

2016-9-9 · cement used and the activity of the GGBF slag. Roy and Idorn (1982) found a correlation of heat of hydra-tion to strength potential of various blends of GGBF slag and Portland cement.[12] 8. The early age strength development of mixtures con-taining GGBS is highly dependent on temperature. under standard curing conditions ,GGBS mortars gain

Effect of Curing Temperature on Concrete Containing Slag ...

Effect of Curing Temperature on Concrete Containing Slag Cement and Fly Ash in Ternary Mixtures. This paper will discuss how economic and environmental considerations have promoted the use of supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) such as slag cement (SC) and fly ash (FA).

Effect of partial replacement of cement with slag on the ...

2019-9-16 · 1 values) was obtained at a curing tempera-ture of 35°C than at a standard curing temperature of 20°C. This indicates an accelerated hydration reaction of cement under hot curing conditions. A high ambient temperature in conjunction with insufficient curing may also have a detrimen-tal effect on the strength of concrete (ACI, 1999). It is ...

(PDF) Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on

Effect of Elevated Temperature Curing on Compressive Strength and Electrical Resistivity of Concrete with Fly Ash and Ground-Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag September 2014 Aci Materials Journal 111 ...

EFFECT OF DEVIATIONAL CURING ON THE STRENGTH

2016-9-9 · The main objective of this experimental investigation is to study the effect of deviational curing on the strength properties of concrete produced by using market available fly ash based cement, slag based cement and metakaolin based cement. The different strength properties studied are compressive strength, tensile strength, flexural strength ...

Effect of Curing Conditions on the Compressive Strength ...

2013-3-6 · blended concrete had found to be increasing with curing temperature, but the effect on later strength is very less [3-5]. It was found that the effects of curing method for strength development are found only after the age of 7 days [5]. For improved durability room temperature curing is the best, but steam curing is preferable to

Effect of Pore-Size Distribution on Shrinkage of Concretes ...

2008-5-6 · The effects of pore structure of concrete made with slag-blended cement on shrinkage behavior of concrete when exposed to drying were presented in this paper. The investigated parameters were the length of curing (1-day and 7-day curing), slag and gypsum contents in mixtures.

Effect of High-Temperature Curing Methods on the ...

2017-7-26 · This paper investigates the effect of the high-temperature curing methods on the compressive strength of concrete containing high volumes of ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS). GGBS was used to replace Portland cement at a replacement ratio of 60% by binder mass. The high-temperature curing parameters used in this study were the delay period, temperature rise, peak

Effect of Curing Conditions on the Performance of ...

This study aims to evaluate the performance of granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) and metakaolin (MK)-based geopolymer concrete (GC) under different curing conditions. GC was derived from a portland self-compacting concrete (PC).

Strength Properties of Steel Slag in Concrete

2019-7-1 · slag in concrete is found. S.T.Borole, et.al.(2016) [9], in their paper entitled “Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Steel Slag”. In this research paper M30 concrete with high volume steel slag replacement for fine aggregate is studied to examine the changes in properties of

EFFECT OF CURING AND TYPE OF CEMENT ON THE ...

The concretes were made of various types of cement differing in content of blast furnace slag. They were cured in water for 1 to 48 days and subsequently stored in air with and without carbon dioxide. Also the effect of curing, carbonation and type of cement on