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By Alexandra Bertron (auth.), Mark Alexander, Alexandra Bertron, Nele De Belie (eds.)
Concrete and cement-based fabrics needs to function in more and more competitive aqueous environments, that may be both usual or business. those fabrics may perhaps undergo degradation during which ion addition and/or ion trade reactions happen, resulting in a breakdown of the matrix microstructure and consequent weakening. occasionally this degradation will be tremendous speedy and severe equivalent to in acidic environments, whereas in different instances degradation happens over lengthy classes. effects of fabric failure tend to be critical – adversely affecting the overall healthiness and health of human groups and traumatic ecological balances. There also are huge direct expenses of conserving and changing deteriorated infrastructure and oblique expenditures from lack of construction in the course of upkeep paintings, which position an outstanding burden on society.
The concentration of this e-book is on addressing concerns relating functionality of cement-based fabrics in competitive aqueous environments , when it comes to this state of the art record. The e-book represents the paintings of many famous and revered authors who contributed chapters or components of chapters. 4 major topics have been addressed: I. Nature and kinetics of decay and deterioration mechanisms of cement-based fabrics in competitive aqueous environments, II. Modelling of degradation in such environments, III. try how you can determine functionality of cement-based fabrics in such environments, and which might be used to characterise and price relative functionality and tell long-term predictions, IV. Engineering implications and effects of degradation in competitive aqueous environments, and engineering techniques to the problem.
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Ground water can contain different types and quantities of sulfates, the composition of which is influenced by the flow of water through soils. In turn, the soil is influenced by land use, industrial activity and effluents, acid rain, etc. The main constituents of aggressive water and soils are the calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium charge-balancing sulfate. The action of the different ions must be taken into account, because they can produce secondary ionic interchange reactions. If these secondary processes occur, there will generally be negative consequences to the hydrated cement paste and therefore for hardened concrete.
Extent to which stresses resulting from mass gains can be relieved by dissolution and leaching of cement components. Sulfate attack in concrete occurs in the presence of water and can be encountered in a range of environments: • External sulfate attack – Waters and soils with high sulfate content – Sea water • Crystallization of sulfate salts • Acid attack by sulfuric acid – Wastewater treatment plants – Industrial wastewater • Internal sulfate attack – Additional ettringite formation in the post-hardened state – Aggregates with sulfide inclusions (pyrite and pyrrhotite, which slowly oxidize to sulfate) 2 Sulfate Attack of Concrete 17 In some of these processes the same chemical reactions are involved, although processes may differ in the origin of the sulfate, or in boundary conditions, or both.
1 SO4-AFt SO4 -AFm 0 0 10 20 30 solution/cement-ratio 40 50 Fig. 25 mol Na2SO4/kg) The changing aqueous phase compositions are shown in Fig. 13 as a function of mass ratio. 1–1Á10 expÀ3 molal. However once sufficient sulfate has been supplied to convert AFm totally to AFt, sulfate solubility increases by about two orders of magnitude while aluminium solubility decreases by two to four (or more) orders of magnitude. The solubility of calcium and silicon also change but less drastically. Nevertheless the comparatively high solubility of calcium throughout the higher range of mass ratios, ca 10Á10 expÀ3 molal, coupled with increasing solution volume, will increase the contribution of leaching to the mass balances as the mass ratio increases.
Performance of Cement-Based Materials in Aggressive Aqueous Environments: State-of-the-Art Report, RILEM TC 211 - PAE by Alexandra Bertron (auth.), Mark Alexander, Alexandra Bertron, Nele De Belie (eds.)