Influence of the storage conditions on the dimensional changes of heat-cured mortars

@inproceedings{Famy2001InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of the storage conditions on the dimensional changes of heat-cured mortars},
  author={Charlotte Famy and Karen L. Scrivener and A Atkinson and Adrian R. Brough},
  year={2001}
}
Some cementitious materials cured at elevated temperature may expand on subsequent exposure to moisture. Concern has been expressed as to the relevance of small laboratory specimens to field concretes, in particular due to the potential leaching of ions into the storage solution. The work presented here aims at investigating this effect. Mortars cured at elevated temperature in identical fashion were subsequently stored at 90-100% relative humidity (RH) and in water, a LiOH solution, and KOH… CONTINUE READING

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