Effect of Thermal Cycling on the Strength and Texture of Concrete for Nuclear Safety Structures
Keywords:Concrete, thermal cycling, texture, strength, porosity
AbstractThe effect of thermal cycling (freezing and thawing) on the texture and strength of two types of concrete is studied: 1. Concrete used for a containment structure at NPP Temelín (Czech Republic) - so-called TEMELÍN concrete.2. Highly resistant PENLY concrete, which was used as a standard because of its high quality, proved by the research carried out in a European Commission project. The results for the two samples of concrete are compared.
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Hošková, Š., Kapičková, O., Trtík, K., & Vodák, F. (2001). Effect of Thermal Cycling on the Strength and Texture of Concrete for Nuclear Safety Structures. Acta Polytechnica, 41(2). https://doi.org/10.14311/206