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Title: Reinforced Spun Concrete Poles—Case Study of Using Chemical Admixtures
Authors: Kliukas, Romualdas
Jaras, Arūnas
Lukoševičienė, Ona
Keywords: spun reinforced concrete
chemical admixtures
production technology
spinning equipment
overhead electric power lines
mechanical properties
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Kliukas, R.; Jaras, A.; Lukoševičienė, O. Reinforced Spun Concrete Poles—Case Study of Using Chemical Admixtures. Materials 2020, 13, 302.
Series/Report no.: 13;2
Abstract: The current research paper is focused on the experimental investigation of features of chemical admixtures (superplasticizers C-3, ‘Dofen’ and formaldehyde resin ACF-3M) utilizing in reinforced spun concrete structures. For the sake of comparison, the results of studying the effects of chemical admixtures on physical and mechanical properties on vibrated and spun concrete are provided. As a separate part of spun concrete products, the supporting poles of overhead power lines are introduced. The results obtained indicate, that the positive effect of chemical admixtures for spun and vibrated concrete is most pronounced at an early age of concrete. The effective amount of chemical admixtures for spun concrete is 0.15% of cement mass when formaldehyde resin ACF-3M and 1% of cement mass when superplasticizers C-3 and ‘Dofen’ are used. Moreover, the brief review about the reinforced spun concrete members is provided.
ISSN: 1996-1944
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