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Title: Longtime Studies and Field Experiences with Sulfate Attack
Author(s): Edward M. Harboe
Publication: Symposium Paper
Appears on pages(s): 1-20
Keywords: aggregates; asbestos-cement products; concrete durabil- ity; concrete pipe; fly ash; long-time study; pozzolans; sulfate
attack; sulfate resisting cements; tests; water cement ratio.
Abstract:Sulfate attack on concrete has long been studied and measures taken to combat sulfate attack. Therefore, damage due to sulfate attack is not prevalent today. Illustrations are given to show damage which results when preventive measures are not taken. Tests results are reviewed which led to preventive measures being taken, such as low CSA cements, use of pozzolans, and low water to cement ratio concrete.
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