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Estimate the relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel from experimental results
Ma H.2; Hou D.1; Liu J.3; Li Z.2
2014-11-30
Source PublicationConstruction and Building Materials
ISSN00981354
Volume71Pages:392-396
AbstractA general effective media (GEM) equation-based scheme is proposed to estimate the relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel in this study. It is highlighted that the relative electrical conductivity of the solid phase in cement paste can be treated as a constant only on the iso-degree of hydration basis. On this basis, the relation between the electrical conductivity and capillary porosity of cement paste is fitted by GEM equation to deduce the relative conductivity of the solid phase, as a function of degree of hydration. The relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel is estimated from the relative conductivity of solid phase under fully hydrated state (an ideal state), and it equals 0.00775 as estimated.
KeywordCalcium-Silicate-Hydrate (C-S-H) Capillary pore Electrical conductivity Hydration Transport properties
DOI10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.08.036
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Qingdao University of Technology
2.Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
3.Shenzhen University
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Ma H.,Hou D.,Liu J.,et al. Estimate the relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel from experimental results[J]. Construction and Building Materials,2014,71:392-396.
APA Ma H.,Hou D.,Liu J.,&Li Z..(2014).Estimate the relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel from experimental results.Construction and Building Materials,71,392-396.
MLA Ma H.,et al."Estimate the relative electrical conductivity of C-S-H gel from experimental results".Construction and Building Materials 71(2014):392-396.
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