Prediction of the long-term durability of lightweight aggregate concrete mixtures under severe marine environment
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As part of the U.S. Navy program for the Modular Hybrid Pier development, a predictive durability analysis has been carried out to establish the feasibility of using lightweight aggregate concrete mixtures to achieve the 100-year design life under severe marine conditions. The long-term durability of concrete was predicted using both laboratory testing and numerical modeling.
KeywordsEttringite Calcium Silicate Hydrate Concrete Cover Concrete Mixture Calcium Hydroxide
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