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Title: Cryogenic Insulating Concrete - Cement-Based Concrete with Polystyrene Beads
Author(s): C. L. Cheng and M. K. Lee
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 446-454
Keywords: cryogenics; insulating concretes; lightweight aggregates; liquefied
gases; perlite; polystyrene; polyester resins; silica; specific heat; thermal con-ductivity; thermal diffusivity; vermiculite.
Abstract:In the selection of the insulating material to be used for coating the secondary containment dyke of a liquefied natural gas facility, three different types of insulating concrete made with various lightweight aggregates were investigated. These included resin-based concrete, latex- modified cement-based concrete, and cement-based concrete. It was found that cement-based insulating concrete with closed-cell polystyrene beads as the main aggregate is the most promising for cryogenic insulation.
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