Influence of mix design variables on engineering properties of carbon fiber-modified electrically conductive concrete

@inproceedings{Sassani2017InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of mix design variables on engineering properties of carbon fiber-modified electrically conductive concrete},
  author={Alireza Sassani and Halil Ceylan and Sunghwan Kim and K. Gopalakrishnan and Ali Arabzadeh and Peter Charles Taylor},
  year={2017}
}
This research was inspired by the need to optimize the mix design of electrically conductive concrete (ECON) for field implementation. Carbon fiber was used for producing ECON with different mixing proportions and constituents. Calcium nitrite-based corrosion inhibitor admixture and methylcellulose were used as conductivity-enhancing agent (CEA) and fiber-dispersive agent (FDA) respectively. Five easy-to-change mix design variables were evaluated for their effects on electrical conductivity and… CONTINUE READING
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