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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, 1975
The purpose of this research was to develop and evalute a slow cycle fatigue method of testing concrete which might relate in part ot the durability of concret subjected to cyclic loading conditions.
The Bureau of Reclamation's freezing and thawing and outdoor exposure tests of coated and plain concrete show pigmented epoxies to provide greatest protection against concrete deterioration while retaining a pleasing appearance.
Glenn William DePuy
The developmental program for concrete-polymer materials has shown polymer-impregnated concrete to have significantly improved durability and strucutural properties aas compared with conventional concrete.
Milos Polivka, P.K. Mehta, and John A. Baker, Jr.
Reported are the results of a study of the effect of freezing and thawing on the durability of air-entrained shrinkage-compensating concretes made with Type K, M, and S expansive cements.
James J. Beaudoin and Cameron MacInnis
A study is reported of the strain-temperature behaviour (at various ages) of hardened portlant cement mortar when subjected to a slow cycle of cooling and warming over the range of 70 to 0 F.
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