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Title: Accelerated Strength Testing of Superplasticized Concrete and the Effect of Repeated Doses of Superplasticizers on Properties of Concrete
Author(s): P.T. Seabrook and V.M. Malhotra
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 263-292
Keywords: accelerated tests; admixtures; air entrainment; compressive strength; curing; fresh concretes; hardened concretes; laboratories; moist curing; plasticizers; ready-mixed concrete; slump tests ; tests; water-cement ratio; workability
Abstract:Part I of the paper reports results of an investigation undertaken to evaluate the degree to which the 7- and 28-day strengths of concrete test cylinders containing superplasticizing admixtures could be estimated by the modified boiling (accelerated curing) tests procedure. . .Part II of the paper reports the results of an investigation to determine the effect of repeated doses of superplasticizers on the properties of concrete.
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