Effect of Different Supplementary Cementitious Material on the Microstructure and its Resistance Against Chloride Penetration of Concrete
September 7-12, 2003
Various research programes on long term durability of concrete are going on through -out the world. An attempt is made to study the microstructure of the concrete with the addition of different SCM like fly ash, GGBS, metakaolin, silica fume, and rice husk ash. In this paper, data is presented in a simplified manner for the sake of convenience. Hydration is a continuous process and so microstructure of HPC and interfacial zone (ITZ) can change with age and effect of environment by the influencing agents present in it.
Rapid chloride permeability test (RCPT) is carried out on the various samples prepared with fly ash, GGBS, metakaolin, silica fume, and rice husk, are presented in this paper.
Vinay S. Nikam and Vikram Y. Tambvekar, "Effect of Different Supplementary Cementitious Material on the Microstructure and its Resistance Against Chloride Penetration of Concrete" in "Advanced Materials for Construction of Bridges, Buildings, and Other Structures III", Vasant Mistry, P.E., Office of Bridge Technology, Federal Highway Administration, USA; Dr. Atorod Azizinamini, Ph.D., P.E., Civil Engineering Department, University of Nebraska, USA; John M. Hooks, P.E., Office of Infrastructure Research & Development, Federal Highway Administration, USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, Volume P05 (2003). https://dc.engconfintl.org/advanced_materials/13