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Title: Evaluation of the Bond Durability of Low Slump and Latex-Modified Concrete Overlays on Polymer Impregnated Concrete
Author(s): R. E. Weyers, P. D. Cad,
P. R. Blankenhorn, and L. R. Stover
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 169-178
Keywords: bonding; bridge decks; compressive strength; concrete
construction; corrosion; deterioration; flexural strength; freeze-thaw
durability; highways; latex (plastic); polymer concrete;
Abstract:Polymer impregnated concrete (PIC) was overlaid with a low slump dense concrete (LSDC) or a latex modified concrete (LMC). Flexure strength, compressive strength, and freeze-thaw durability data were obtained on the composite specimens. Flexural data indicated a strong bond was established between LSDC, LMC, and PIC. Compressive strength data indicated the bond was weaker for the LMC than the LSDC. Freeze-thaw data showed that a durable bond was established between the PIC and the LSDC whereas the bond failed between the PIC and the LMC.
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