ESTIMATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE STRENGTH BY PULSE VELOCITY

@article{Lin1997ESTIMATIONOH,
  title={ESTIMATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE STRENGTH BY PULSE VELOCITY},
  author={YiChing Lin and Hung Changfan and Chiamen Hsiao},
  journal={Journal of The Chinese Institute of Engineers},
  year={1997},
  volume={20},
  pages={661-668}
}
ABSTRACT Experimental studies were carried out to establish the correlation relationship between compressive strength and pulse velocity for high performance concrete and, further, to evaluate the feasibility of using the pulse velocity to estimate compressive strength. Cylinders (100×200 mm) made of high performance concrete with seven mixture proportions having variations in water/binder ratio and aggregate content were used as specimens in the studies. The influence of changing the curing… 
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