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Permeability interpretation for young cement paste based on impedance measurement
Tang S.W.; Li Z.J.; Zhu H.G.; Shao H.Y.; Chen E.
2014-03-30
Source PublicationConstruction and Building Materials
ISSN09500618
Volume59Pages:120-128
AbstractThis paper evaluates the permeability assessment of young cement pastes using innovative Non-Contact Impedance Measurement (NCIM). A fractal permeability model based on NCIM is proposed in this work. The permeability value of young cement pastes can be measured non-destructively and continuously with hydration by means of this model and NCIM. Furthermore, a fractal simulation is conducted to study the influence of porosity, minimal and maximal pore sizes on permeability. From the comparison of experimental and simulated results, the fractal model and simulation based on NCIM may provide an alternative way to evaluate the permeability of young cement-based materials in situ.© 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
KeywordCement paste Fractal dimensions Fractal model Impedance measurement Permeability Permeability simulation Pore fractal Pore sizes Pore tortuosity Porosity
DOI10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.02.054
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
AffiliationHong Kong University of Science and Technology
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Tang S.W.,Li Z.J.,Zhu H.G.,et al. Permeability interpretation for young cement paste based on impedance measurement[J]. Construction and Building Materials,2014,59:120-128.
APA Tang S.W.,Li Z.J.,Zhu H.G.,Shao H.Y.,&Chen E..(2014).Permeability interpretation for young cement paste based on impedance measurement.Construction and Building Materials,59,120-128.
MLA Tang S.W.,et al."Permeability interpretation for young cement paste based on impedance measurement".Construction and Building Materials 59(2014):120-128.
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