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Mar 06, 2019  The effects of hot and dry environments on high-strength concrete with different water/binder ratios (0.30, 0.35, and 0.40), using (30%) fly ash for all mixes,

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Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties. Table 4. Percentage increase in compressive strength with oven replacement compared with other curing conditions. W/B: Curing age: Specimens cured at 30°C: Specimens cured at 50°C: Rep 50°C vs Rep 30°C (%) Rep vs standard (%)

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Jul 01, 2019  The properties of high-strength concrete (HSC) are significantly influenced by environmental conditions and the duration of the curing method. This paper presents an experimental study that investigated the influence of three types of curing methods during hot weather on the properties of hardened HSC reinforced with 0.0% or 0.22% (by volume ...

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(PDF) Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Mar 06, 2019  The effects of hot and dry environments on high-strength concrete with different water/binder ratios (0.30, 0.35, and 0.40), using (30%) fly ash for all mixes, and (0%, 5%, and 10%) silica fume ...

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Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Mar 06, 2019  The effects of hot and dry environments on high-strength concrete with different water/binder ratios (0.30, 0.35, and 0.40), using (30%) fly ash for all mixes, and (0%, 5%, and 10%) silica fume with the binder (450, 480, and 520 kg), respectively, were separately investigated, and the effects of curing under different conditions were evaluated ...

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is study was conducted to investigate the impact of hot and dry environments under different curing conditions on the properties of high-strength concrete. e concrete samples were prepared at a ...

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Figure 1 Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Figure 1: Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties. (a) Compressive strengths of concrete specimens with a W/B ratio of 0.3 prepared and cured under different conditions at a temperature of 30°C.

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Effect of curing methods in hot weather on the properties ...

Jul 01, 2019  The properties of high-strength concrete (HSC) are significantly influenced by environmental conditions and the duration of the curing method. This paper presents an experimental study that investigated the influence of three types of curing methods during hot weather on the properties of hardened HSC reinforced with 0.0% or 0.22% (by volume ...

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Effect of Curing Temperatures on High Strength Concrete ...

Since high strength, high performance concrete (HPC) contains greater quantities of cementitious materials than conventional concrete, the heat generated during initial curing/hydration is also usually greater. This heat generation tends to accelerate the development of concrete compressive strength and other material properties. There

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Effect of Different Curing Regimes on Strength and ...

Thermal curing has a strong effect on mechanical properties of concrete. Major effect is the development of a denser microstructure with the formation of calcium silicate hydrate (C–S–H) phases, which results in higher mechanical properties (Yazıcı et al. 2013). The effects of different curing

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Factors Affecting Curing and Effects of Concrete Curing ...

Feb 02, 2017  Curing is a procedure that is adopted to promote the hardening of concrete under conditions of humidity and temperature which are conducive to the progressive and proper setting of the constituent cement. Curing has a major influence on the properties of hardened concrete such as durability, strength, water-tightness, wear resistance, volume stability, and resistance

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Curing Effects, Strength and Physical Properties of High ...

The physical properties of high strength silica fume concretes and their sensitivity to curing procedures were evaluated and compared with reference Portland cement concretes, having either the same concrete content as the silica fume concrete or the same water to cementitious materials ratio.

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Effect of internal curing on behavior of high performance ...

Jun 01, 2019  Jun 01, 2019  1. Introduction. Curing is a term used to explain the series promotion of internal chemical reactions in hydrated cement paste and concrete; this process develops the properties of hardened cement paste with sufficient water and heat over time [1,2].Curing promotes hydration, prevents water loss in concrete, and keep the material saturated or nearly saturated as long as

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain ...

Concrete is susceptible to damage during and after high-temperature exposure (most frequently in fire). The concrete partial strength re-gain after a high-temperature exposure obtained by the rehydration process is undoubtedly an advantage of this construction material. However, to use fire-damaged concrete, one has to know why the strength deteriorates and what makes the partial re-gain.

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(PDF) Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Mar 06, 2019  The effects of hot and dry environments on high-strength concrete with different water/binder ratios (0.30, 0.35, and 0.40), using (30%) fly ash for all mixes, and (0%, 5%, and 10%) silica fume ...

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Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Mar 06, 2019  The effects of hot and dry environments on high-strength concrete with different water/binder ratios (0.30, 0.35, and 0.40), using (30%) fly ash for all mixes, and (0%, 5%, and 10%) silica fume with the binder (450, 480, and 520 kg), respectively, were separately investigated, and the effects of curing under different conditions were evaluated ...

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ResearchArticle CuringEffectsonHigh

is study was conducted to investigate the impact of hot and dry environments under different curing conditions on the properties of high-strength concrete. e concrete samples were prepared at a ...

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Figure 1 Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties

Figure 1: Curing Effects on High-Strength Concrete Properties. (a) Compressive strengths of concrete specimens with a W/B ratio of 0.3 prepared and cured under different conditions at a temperature of 30°C.

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Effect of curing methods in hot weather on the properties ...

Jul 01, 2019  The properties of high-strength concrete (HSC) are significantly influenced by environmental conditions and the duration of the curing method. This paper presents an experimental study that investigated the influence of three types of curing methods during hot weather on the properties of hardened HSC reinforced with 0.0% or 0.22% (by volume ...

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Effect of Curing Temperatures on High Strength Concrete ...

Since high strength, high performance concrete (HPC) contains greater quantities of cementitious materials than conventional concrete, the heat generated during initial curing/hydration is also usually greater. This heat generation tends to accelerate the development of concrete compressive strength and other material properties. There

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Effect of Different Curing Regimes on Strength and ...

Thermal curing has a strong effect on mechanical properties of concrete. Major effect is the development of a denser microstructure with the formation of calcium silicate hydrate (C–S–H) phases, which results in higher mechanical properties (Yazıcı et al. 2013). The effects of different curing

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Factors Affecting Curing and Effects of Concrete Curing ...

Feb 02, 2017  Curing is a procedure that is adopted to promote the hardening of concrete under conditions of humidity and temperature which are conducive to the progressive and proper setting of the constituent cement. Curing has a major influence on the properties of hardened concrete such as durability, strength, water-tightness, wear resistance, volume stability, and resistance

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Curing Effects, Strength and Physical Properties of High ...

The physical properties of high strength silica fume concretes and their sensitivity to curing procedures were evaluated and compared with reference Portland cement concretes, having either the same concrete content as the silica fume concrete or the same water to cementitious materials ratio.

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Effect of internal curing on behavior of high performance ...

Jun 01, 2019  Jun 01, 2019  1. Introduction. Curing is a term used to explain the series promotion of internal chemical reactions in hydrated cement paste and concrete; this process develops the properties of hardened cement paste with sufficient water and heat over time [1,2].Curing promotes hydration, prevents water loss in concrete, and keep the material saturated or nearly saturated as long as

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain ...

Concrete is susceptible to damage during and after high-temperature exposure (most frequently in fire). The concrete partial strength re-gain after a high-temperature exposure obtained by the rehydration process is undoubtedly an advantage of this construction material. However, to use fire-damaged concrete, one has to know why the strength deteriorates and what makes the partial re-gain.

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