Correlation Analysis between Different Types of Corrosion of Concrete Containing Sulfate Resisting Cement
AbstractUtilization of pozzolanic materials (fly ash, slag, zeolite, metakaolin, microsilica and more) in the manufacturing of cement and concrete has increased considerably over the last decades. Another option is to use concrete containing sulfate resisting cement. This could help minimize the harmful impacts on concrete exposed to an aggressive environment. The issue of the deteriorative impact of the three types of concrete corrosion (acidic, sulfate and leaching) investigated using correlation analysis is presented in the paper. Concentrations of silicon and calcium leached out from the concrete samples into the liquid phase and the measured pH values were used as input data for a mathematical approach to the study of sulfate resisting cement. The performance of sulfate resisting cement-based concrete was improved when exposed to sulfate attack, but not in the case of leaching corrosion caused by water. View Full-Text
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Ondrejka Harbulakova, V.; Estokova, A.; Kovalcikova, M. Correlation Analysis between Different Types of Corrosion of Concrete Containing Sulfate Resisting Cement. Environments 2017, 4, 44.
Ondrejka Harbulakova V, Estokova A, Kovalcikova M. Correlation Analysis between Different Types of Corrosion of Concrete Containing Sulfate Resisting Cement. Environments. 2017; 4(3):44.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ondrejka Harbulakova, Vlasta; Estokova, Adriana; Kovalcikova, Martina. 2017. "Correlation Analysis between Different Types of Corrosion of Concrete Containing Sulfate Resisting Cement." Environments 4, no. 3: 44.
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