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Multi-Scale Physical-Chemical-Mechanical Characteristics of Marine Mortar, Part I—Primary Performance

Version 1 : Received: 5 May 2019 / Approved: 7 May 2019 / Online: 7 May 2019 (11:38:17 CEST)

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WANG, Y.; ZHANG, C.; WANG, J.; XU, Y.; JIN, F.; WANG, Y.; YAN, Q.; LIU, T.; GAN, X.; XIONG, Z. Experimental Study on Foci Development in Mortar Using Seawater and Sand. Materials 2019, 12, 1799. WANG, Y.; ZHANG, C.; WANG, J.; XU, Y.; JIN, F.; WANG, Y.; YAN, Q.; LIU, T.; GAN, X.; XIONG, Z. Experimental Study on Foci Development in Mortar Using Seawater and Sand. Materials 2019, 12, 1799.

Journal reference: Materials 2019, 12, 1799
DOI: 10.3390/ma12111799

Abstract

Marine mortar was the goal material and its multi-scale physical-chemical-mechanical characteristics were the principal interest in this study. The on-line multi-scale damage detection experiments art was designed to quantify the characteristics mathematically and graphically. The normal cylinder specimen with 70-day age was produced and investigated by dynamically global MSHCT scan and local detection of EDS, SEM and XRD. The experiments results indicated that the marine mortar offered the appreciable strength at the early age at least, although some saline minerals were generated during the preparation. The micro-interfacial behavior and the parental foci controlled the damage development of the marine mortar the performance of which was still the adjustable one by the composition optimization.

Subject Areas

marine mortar; multi-scale; interfacial behavior; strength; damage; on-line detection

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