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Title: Changes in Length and Volume of Cementitious Grouts
Author(s): Della M. Roy, M. Perez,
B.E. Scheetz, and P.H. Licastro
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 43-60
Keywords: expansion; shrinkage;
bleeding (concrete); drying shrinkage; ettringite;
fly ash; grout; hydration; plasticizers; pressure;
volume change; water-cement ratio; water reducing agents
Abstract:Changes in length and volume of cementitious grouts for use in nuclear waste isolation have been investigated, and com-pared with the behavior of other mixtures, neat cement pastes, fly-ash containing mixtures, and mixtures with high-range water reducers (‘superplasticizers’). Expansive and non-expansive for-mulations are compared with respect to their changes in length and volume, both at atmospheric pressure and elevated curing condi-t ions, including those simulating placement under pressures of up to 1600 psi hydrostatic.
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