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dc.creatorMarian, Sabau
dc.creatorCantillo Mier, Yamith Alfonso
dc.creatorTraian, Onet
dc.date.accessioned2019-05-17T15:27:38Z
dc.date.available2019-05-17T15:27:38Z
dc.date.issued2016-05-27
dc.identifier.isbn978-846087941-1
dc.identifier.issn23868198
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11323/4335
dc.description.abstractThis article presents a literature review concerning the durability of self-compacting concrete (SCC), making a comparison between this new type of concrete and the vibrated concrete (VC). The degradation mechanisms that have been considered are: carbonation, chloride penetration, sulphate attack, frost durability and salt scaling, and fire resistance. The carbonation of SCC is not significantly deviating from the carbonation of VC. Cyclic wetting and drying in a chloride containing solution shows significantly lower chloride diffusion in SCC in comparison with VC. The initiation time for sulphate attack is prolonged in SCC compared with an equivalent VC due to a denser microstructure in SCC. Frost action in combination with de-icing salts is leading to similar mass losses in SCC as in VC. SCC has a high probability of spalling when exposed to fire even in a dry environment, so precautions shall be taken when SCC shall be used in situations where no fire spalling is accepted.spa
dc.description.abstractEste artículo presenta una revisión de la literatura sobre la durabilidad del concreto autocompactante (SCC), haciendo una comparación entre este nuevo tipo de concreto y el concreto vibrado (VC). Los mecanismos de degradación que se han considerado son: carbonatación, penetración de cloruro, ataque de sulfato, durabilidad de las heladas y descamación de la sal, y resistencia al fuego. La carbonatación de SCC no se desvía significativamente de la carbonatación de VC. La humectación y el secado cíclicos en una solución que contiene cloruro muestra una difusión de cloruro significativamente menor en SCC en comparación con VC. El tiempo de inicio para el ataque de sulfato se prolonga en SCC en comparación con un VC equivalente debido a una microestructura más densa en SCC. La acción de escarcha en combinación con sales de deshielo está llevando a pérdidas de masa similares en SCC como en VC. SCC tiene una alta probabilidad de desprendimiento cuando se expone al fuego, incluso en un ambiente seco, por lo que se deben tomar precauciones cuando se debe usar SCC en situaciones en las que no se acepta la extinción de incendios.spa
dc.language.isoengspa
dc.publisher6 ° Congreso Euroamericano de Patología de la Construcción, Tecnología de Rehabilitación y Gestión del Patrimonio, REHABEND 2016spa
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dc.subjectCarbonationspa
dc.subjectChloride penetrationspa
dc.subjectFire resistancespa
dc.subjectFrost durability and salt scalingspa
dc.subjectSelf-compacting concretespa
dc.subjectSulphate attackspa
dc.subjectCarbonataciónspa
dc.subjectPenetración de clorurospa
dc.subjectResistente al fuegospa
dc.subjectDurabilidad de las heladas y escamas de salspa
dc.subjectHormigón autocompactantespa
dc.subjectAtaque de sulfatospa
dc.titleA review of the durability aspects for self-compacting concretespa
dc.title.alternativeUna revisión de los aspectos de durabilidad del hormigón autocompactante.spa
dc.typeArticlespa
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