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Title: Sulfate Resistance of Mortars Containing Silica Fumes as Evaluated by Different Methods
Author(s): A. Yeginobali and F. T. Dilek
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 795-814
Keywords: compressive strength; corrosion; durability; magnesium sulfates; mortars (material); portland cement; silica fume; sodium sulfates; sulfate resistance; Materials Research
Abstract:Sulfate resistance of two types of silica fumes from ferrosilicon (FeSi) and silicoferrochromium (SiFeCr) furnaces has been evaluated using ASTM C452 and ASTM C1012 test procedures. Cubic mortar specimens have also been immersed separately in 10 percent N
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