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Diagnosis of expansive reactions in concrete dams: Experience and case studies
conference contributionposted on 29.01.2019, 09:13 authored by Ana Blanco-AlvarezAna Blanco-Alvarez, F. Pardo-Bosch, Sergio Pialarissi-CavalaroSergio Pialarissi-Cavalaro, Antonio Aguado
Expansive reactions are a common pathology in concrete dams. The most usual alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR) and the less frequent internal sulfate attack (ISA) have been extensively studied. The causes, the chemical reactions and the resulting products are well-known. To provide further insight, this paper presents the lessons learned along the 30-year experience of a group dedicated to the diagnosis and study of concrete dams with expansions, illustrated with two real cases.
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