Shrinkage behavior of high-strength concrete subjected to accerlerated curing and volume to surface area ratio
Shrinkage behavior of high strength concrete subjected to accerlerated curing and volume to surface area ratio
"This research study investigated the shrinkage behavior of High-strength Concrete (HSC) subjected to accelerated curing and volume to surface area (V/SA) ratio. In addition, the effects of accelerated curing temperature, water-crementitious (w/cm) ratio, fly ash replacement of cement level and surface sealant were also studied."--Abstract, page iii.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Civil Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xx, 261 leaves
© 2003 Ishwor Kumar Gurung, All rights reserved.
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High strength concrete
Concrete -- Expansion and contraction
Concrete -- Curing
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Gurung, Ishwor, "Shrinkage behavior of high-strength concrete subjected to accerlerated curing and volume to surface area ratio" (2003). Masters Theses. 2469.
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