548.2R-93: Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete in Construction (Reapproved 1998)

548.2R-93: Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete in Construction (Reapproved 1998)

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Description

Sulfur concrete construction materials are now used in many specialized applications throughout industry and transportation. They are currently used primarily in areas where conventional materials like portland cement concrete (PCC) fail, such as acidic and saline chemical environments. These new construction materials are thermoplastic and achieve compressive strength in excess of 9000 psi within one day of casting. The materials are impervious to moisture permeation and extremely resistant to attack by mineral acids and salts. This guide includes information on historical background as well as a user's guide to sulfur concrete construction.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 548

Publication Year: 2017

Pages: 12.00

ISBN:

Categories: Polymer Concrete

Formats: PDF

This document is Withdrawn

Table of Contents

Chapter 1-Historical background

1.1-Introduction

1.2-Early research on sulfur

1.3-Recent research on sulfur concrete

1.4-Advantages and concerns with sulfur concrete

Chapter 2-User's guide to sulfur concrete construction

2.1-Modified sulfurs and aggregates

2.2-Mixture preparation and testing

2.3-Preparation of existing surfaces/subbases

2.4-Batching, transporting, placing, and finishing

2.5-Joints and joint sealing

Chapter 3-References

3.1-Specified references

3.2-Cited references

3.3-Additional references

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