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Identification of Reactivity Level in Aggregates from Lithuanian Gravel Quarry

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The article analyses the reactivity level of aggregates from Lithuanian quarries and their effect on the alkali corrosion in mortars. The reactivity of aggregates was assessed according to Rilem Recommended Test Method: AAR-2. The hardened cement paste and cracked aggregate contact zones were tested by means of optical microscopy. Two gravel aggregates and one sand aggregate from Lithuanian quarries were selected for testing. The tests revealed that according to AAR 2 methodology fine and coarse aggregates from Lithuanian quarries shall be allocated to Group II, i.e. reactive aggregates. The expansion after 14 days exceeds 0.1 % in the case of fine aggregate, the average expansion after 14 days is 0.13 %, and in the case of coarse aggregates the average expansion ranges from 0.11 % to 0.12 %.

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Composition Selection and Analysis of Concrete Produced by Utilising Sand from Crushed Concrete Waste

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Investigation Of Combined Indirect Evaporative Ducted Cooling Equipment Efficiency In Historical Building In Temperate Climate

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Performance Characterization of Bituminous Mixtures with Dolomite Sand Waste and BOF Steel Slag Aggregates

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Influence of Mineral Additives on Environmental Resistance of Concrete

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Use of Unconventional Aggregates in Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete

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Influence of Biofuel Combustion Fly Ash on the Properties of Concrete

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Weight-in-motion data analysis of vehicle loads of A6 motorway in Latvia

classification method for the bridge capacity rating, Construction science, Scientific Journal of Riga Technical University , Ser. 2, Vol. 11. P. 44-50. [10] Pratt A.J. 1998. Weigh in Motion technology - Economics and Performance, in Proc. of NATMEC’98 , Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, May 11-15, P. 1-6. [11] Sivilevičius H.; Šukevičius Š. 2007. Dynamic of vehicle loads on asphalt pavement of European roads which cross Lithuania, The Baltic Journal of Roads and Bridge Engineering , 2007, Vol. II, No 4, p.147-155. [12] Xin R

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Determining Reactivity Level of Granite Aggregate for Concrete

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