Expansive Cement Concretes for Naval Construction
Rept. no. 1, Jul 1971-Jun 1972
NAVAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB PORT HUENEME CA
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Expansion and subsequent shrinkage characteristics of shrinkage- compensating concrete were determined in mesh-reinforced prisms as well as in standard Rubin bars. The maximum aggregate size was 38 inch. The specimens were cured in fog for 14 days and then subjected to drying in either 25 or 50 relative humidity both at 73F. Although mixes were made with several different cement contents, most of the specimens were made with 7.5 sacks of cement per cubic yard. For comparison purposes, similar mixes were made with portland cement.
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