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This record presents a complete overview of the homes of concrete containing condensed silica fume(CSF) at every one level of hardening, emphasizing the advancements won in longevity.

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The passive iron oxide layer that normally protects the steel is destroyed when the pH value is reduced below about 10—11, or when chloride ions reach the steel surface even at higher pH values. The rate of corrosion, once the passive iron oxide layer is destroyed, depends on the presence of moisture and oxygen, and on the electrical resistivity of the concrete. 5). CSF reduces the pore water alkali content much more than the 'dilution' effect when it partly replaces cement on a 1:1 basis. Page and Vennesland^^ found pH values of pore water in mature pastes to be about 13-9, 13-4, 12-9, and 12-0 for 0, 10, 20, and 30% ce­ ment replacement levels respectively (Fig.

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In Norwegian). Helland S. et al. Hoyfast betong. Presented at Norsk Betongdag, Trondheim, Oct. 1983. (In Norwegian). Larrard F . et al. Fracture toughness of high strength con­ crete. Proc. Utilization of High Strength Concrete, Stavanger, June 1987, 2 1 5 - 2 2 3 . Carette G . G . and Malhotra V . M . Early age strength development of concrete incorporating fly ash and con­ densed silica fume. Publication SP-79. American Con­ crete Institute, 1983, II, 7 6 5 - 7 8 4 . Regourd M . et al Use of condensed silica fume as filler in blended cements.

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