Publication posted on March 1, 2019
n order to predict temperature development in mass concrete thermal control plans, concrete adiabatic temperature rise is often used. To obtain the adiabatic temperature rise, several experimental methods are currently being implemented. This article compares the adiabatic temperature rise from seven concrete mixtures obtained from isothermal calorimetry, fully adiabatic, and semi-adiabatic.
Jan Vosahlik, Ph.D., Associate at CTLGroup, co-authored this American Concrete Institute Abstract with K. A. Riding, K. Bartojay, C. Lucero, A. Sedaghat, A. Zayed, and C. C. Ferraro.
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