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INFLUENCE OF MINERAL ADDITIONS AND CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES ON THE RHEOLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR OF POWDER- TYPE SCC

@inproceedings{Heirman2009INFLUENCEOM,
  title={INFLUENCE OF MINERAL ADDITIONS AND CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES ON THE RHEOLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR OF POWDER- TYPE SCC},
  author={G. Heirman and L. Vandewalle and D. Gemert and Dimitri Feys and G. De and Schutter and B. Desmet and J. Vantomme},
  year={2009}
}
  • G. Heirman, L. Vandewalle, +5 authors J. Vantomme
  • Published 2009
  • The influence of mineral additions and chemical admixtures on the rheological behaviour of powder-type self-compacting concrete is studied. The investigated parameters are: the type of (mineral) addition (limestone powder, quartz powder and fly ash), the type of cement (Portland cement CEM I 52.5 R HES and blast furnace slag cement CEM III/A 42.5 N LA), the applied dosage of chemical admixture (i.e. a PCE-superplasticizer), the water/cement ratio and the cement/powder ratio. A wide-gap coaxial… CONTINUE READING
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