RILEM Recommended Test Method AAR-0: Detection of Alkali-Reactivity Potential in Concrete—Outline guide to the use of RILEM methods in assessments of aggregates for potential alkali-reactivity

@article{Sims2003RILEMRT,
  title={RILEM Recommended Test Method AAR-0: Detection of Alkali-Reactivity Potential in Concrete—Outline guide to the use of RILEM methods in assessments of aggregates for potential alkali-reactivity},
  author={I. Sims and P. Nixon},
  journal={Materials and Structures},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={472-479}
}
Initial work by RILEM TC 191-ARP (and its predecessor TC 106) concentrated on the assessment of the alkali-reactivity potential of aggregates, but, in recognition that damaging expansion involves interaction between all the main components of a concrete mix, more recent investigation has focused on the evaluation of particular mix combinations. After consideration of a wide range of existing and proposed methods for the alkali-aggregate reactivity (AAR) assessment of aggregates, TC 191-ARP… Expand

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