Inhibitory Effect of Waste Glass Powder on ASR Expansion Induced by Waste Glass Aggregate
AbstractDetailed research is carried out to ascertain the inhibitory effect of waste glass powder (WGP) on alkali-silica reaction (ASR) expansion induced by waste glass aggregate in this paper. The alkali reactivity of waste glass aggregate is examined by two methods in accordance with the China Test Code SL352-2006. The potential of WGP to control the ASR expansion is determined in terms of mean diameter, specific surface area, content of WGP and curing temperature. Two mathematical models are developed to estimate the inhibitory efficiency of WGP. These studies show that there is ASR risk with an ASR expansion rate over 0.2% when the sand contains more than 30% glass aggregate. However, WGP can effectively control the ASR expansion and inhibit the expansion rate induced by the glass aggregate to be under 0.1%. The two mathematical models have good simulation results, which can be used to evaluate the inhibitory effect of WGP on ASR risk. View Full-Text
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Liu, S.; Wang, S.; Tang, W.; Hu, N.; Wei, J. Inhibitory Effect of Waste Glass Powder on ASR Expansion Induced by Waste Glass Aggregate. Materials 2015, 8, 6849-6862.
Liu S, Wang S, Tang W, Hu N, Wei J. Inhibitory Effect of Waste Glass Powder on ASR Expansion Induced by Waste Glass Aggregate. Materials. 2015; 8(10):6849-6862.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Shuhua; Wang, Shu; Tang, Wan; Hu, Ningning; Wei, Jianpeng. 2015. "Inhibitory Effect of Waste Glass Powder on ASR Expansion Induced by Waste Glass Aggregate." Materials 8, no. 10: 6849-6862.