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Angst, U.M. (author), Geiker, M.R. (author), Michel, A. (author), Gehlen, C. (author), Wong, H. (author), Isgor, O.B. (author), Elsener, B. (author), Hansson, C.M. (author), Francois, R. (author), Hornbostel, K. (author), Polder, R.B. (author), Alonso, M.C. (author), Sanchez, M. (author), Correia, M.J. (author), Criado, M. (author), Sagues, A. (author), Buenfeld, N. (author)
Although the steel–concrete interface (SCI) is widely recognized to influence the durability of reinforced concrete, a systematic overview and detailed documentation of the various aspects of the SCI are lacking. In this paper, we compiled a comprehensive list of possible local characteristics at the SCI and reviewed available information...
article 2017
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Yang, Z. (author), Fischer, H. (author), Polder, R. (author)
Owing to the unique molecular structure and high ion exchange capacity, hydrotalcites are believed to have a potential to be modified and tailor-made as an active component of mortar and/or concrete. In this paper, two types of modified hydrotalcites (MHT-pAB and MHT-NO2) were incorporated into cement mortars with two dosage levels replacing 5%...
article 2015
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de Vries, J. (author), Polder, R.B. (author), Borsje, H. (author), TNO Bouw (author)
The subject of this study was the performance of hydrophobic treatment to protect concrete against chloride penetration from de-icing salts. Hydrophobic treatment makes a concrete surface absorb less water and less chloride. Several types of tests were carried out to study the performance of hydrophobised concrete. Salt ponding/drying tests...
conference paper 1998