Experience of Using Innovative Materials for Repairing Locks of the White Sea-Baltic Canal
- 7 Downloads
The development of design and detailed documentation for repairing the concrete head abutments and miter sills of the locks of the White Sea-Baltic Canal using nonshrink mortars and concrete in 2010 – 2012 is described.
Keywordslock abutment head White Sea-Baltic Canal survey design and detailed documentation nonshrink repair mix concrete repair
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.Construction Rules SP 13-102–2003. Rules for Inspection of Load-Bearing Elements of Buildings and Other Structures [in Russian], Rosstandart, Moscow (2003).Google Scholar
- 2.State Standard GOST 17624–2012. Concrete. Ultrasonic Method for the Measurement of Strength [in Russian] (2014).Google Scholar
- 3.State Standard GOST 28570–90. Concrete. Method for Measurement of Strength Using Concrete Samples [in Russian] (2005).Google Scholar
- 4.State Standard GOST 10060–2012. Concrete. Methods for the Measurement of Frost Resistance [in Russian] (2014).Google Scholar
- 5.State Standard GOST 12730.3–78. Concrete. Methods for the Measurement of Water Absorption [in Russian] (2007).Google Scholar
- 6.FRecommendations on the Application of Special Grades of Concrete in Repairing Concrete and Reinforced-Concrete Navigational Structures [in Russian], BASF Stroitelnye Sistemy, Moscow (2012).Google Scholar