Title: Sulfate Resistance of Expansive Cement Concretes
Author(s): P.K. Mehta and Milos Polivka
Publication: Symposium Paper
Appears on pages(s): 367-379
Keywords: acid attack; air entrainment; corrosion; curing; deterioration; durability; expansive cement concretes; loads (forces); mix proportioning; mortars (material); portland cements; prisms; research; shrinkage; comprensating cements; spalling; sulfate attack
The results of a test program are reported in which uniaxially restrained, air-entrained concrete prisms made with shrinkage-compensating Types P, M, and S cements were immersed in sulfate solutions after 14 days of water curing.