546.3R-14 Guide to Materials Selection for Concrete Repair

546.3R-14 Guide to Materials Selection for Concrete Repair

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This document provides guidance on the selection of materials for concrete repair. An overview of the important properties of repair materials is presented as a guide for making an informed selection of the appropriate repair materials for specific applications and service conditions.

Keywords: cementitious; cracks; epoxy; materials; methacrylate; polymer; polyurethane; repair; surface sealer; silica fume; test methods; waterproofing.

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 546

Publication Year: 2014

Pages: 72

ISBN: 9780870318955

Categories: Repair

Formats: Printed Document, PDF, ePub, or Kindle

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1—INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE

1.1—Introduction

1.2—Essential steps of concrete repair

1.3—Objective

1.4—Scope

1.5—Current industry issues and concerns

CHAPTER 2—NOTATION AND DEFINITIONS

2.1—Notation

2.2—Definitions

CHAPTER 3—PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE REPLACEMENT AND OVERLAY MATERIALS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE

3.1—General

3.2—Volume stability

3.3—Mechanical properties

3.4—Constructibility characteristics

3.5—Aesthetic properties

3.6—Factors affecting durability

3.7—Chemical composition

3.8—Summary tables

CHAPTER 4—CONCRETE REPLACEMENT AND OVERLAY MATERIAL SELECTION

4.1—Concrete

4.2—Silica-fume concrete

4.3—Polymer-modified concrete

4.4—Magnesium-ammonium-phosphate-cement concrete (MAPCC)

4.5—Polymer concrete

4.6—Mortars

4.7—Types of concrete replacements and overlays

4.8—Deep concrete replacements and overlays

4.9—Shallow concrete replacements and overlays

4.10—Thin overlays

4.11—Aggressive environments and exterior applications

CHAPTER 5—PROPERTIES OF CRACK REPAIR MATERIALS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE

5.1—General

5.2—Types of crack repair materials

5.3—Properties of rigid crack repair materials

5.4—Properties of elastomeric crack repair materials

5.5—Properties of flexible crack repair materials

5.6—Other considerations

5.7—Summary tables

CHAPTER 6—CRACK REPAIR MATERIALS SELECTION

6.1—General

6.2—Crack repair materials and procedures

6.3—Epoxy resin

6.4—Methacrylates

6.5—Polyurethane chemical grout

6.6—Polyurethane sealant

6.7—Silicone sealant

6.8—Silyl-terminated polyether sealant

6.9—Polysulfide sealant

6.10—Flexible epoxy resin

6.11—Polyurea

6.12—Strip-and-seal systems

6.13—Grouts

6.14—Selection of crack repair materials

CHAPTER 7—PROPERTIES OF SURFACE SEALERS, ANTI-CARBONATION COATINGS, AND TRAFFIC-BEARING ELASTOMERIC COATINGS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE

7.1—General

7.2—Properties of surface sealers

7.3—Properties of anti-carbonation coatings

7.4—Properties of traffic-bearing elastomeric coatings

7.5—Summary tables

CHAPTER 8—SURFACE SEALER, ANTICARBONATION COATING, AND TRAFFICBEARING ELASTOMERIC COATING MATERIALS SELECTION

8.1—General

8.2—Surface sealers

8.3—Anti-carbonation coatings

8.4—Traffic-bearing elastomeric coatings

8.5—Selecting surface sealers and anti-carbonation coatings

CHAPTER 9—OTHER MATERIALS USED IN CONCRETE REPAIR

9.1—General

9.2—Reinforcing steel coatings

9.3—Embedded galvanic anodes

9.4—Concrete bonding agents and techniques

9.5—Crystalline pore blockers

9.6—Surface-applied, penetrating corrosion inhibitors

CHAPTER 10—REFERENCES

Authored documents

APPENDIX A—CURRENT INDUSTRY ISSUES AND CONCERNS

A.1—Material test methods and reporting of test data

A.2—Curing repair materials and manufacturers’ reported test results

A.3—Product limitations and warnings

A.4—Standardized industry acceptance

A.5—Repair material bond

A.6—Corrosion reduction

A.7—Structural repairs

A.8—Ongoing developments

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