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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1968
J.D. Kriegh and G.M. Nordby
Test methods for evaluating epoxy compounds used for bonding concrete are discussed. . .Recommendations are made for use and development of this test procedure as a standard.
L.V. Corbett and F.B. Alvey
The general aspects of the use of epoxy compounds and of epoxy curing agents for patching and grouting concrete are discussed.
R.W. Gaul and E.D. Smith
After reviewing briefly why cracks should be repaired, the authors discuss the feasibility of repair, how effective structural repair is accomplished, and limitations of repairs. Examples are given of typical applications of a method which consists in injecting an epoxy-resin adhesive into cracks to "weld" the concrete back together into monolithic form.
This article describes the work done by the Materials and Research Department of the California Divison of Highways, since 1954, in adapting epoxy resins to the maintenance and repair of concrete highways and bridge decks. It discusses how the high coefficient of thermal expansion of cured epoxy mortars, which causes portland-cement concrete over which the epoxy mortars are applied to rupture in tension, may be neutralized by the formulation of epoxy mortars having high creep values at sub-zero temperatures. The first use of adhesives of the epoxy-resin type to bond new portland-cement concrete to old portland-cement concrete was made by the Materials and Research Department in 1954 and is described in this article.
G.N. Harding and B.U. Duvall
This paper discusses items pertinent to various epoxy-resin systems applications and suggests features that should be incorporated in application specifications.
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