E3S Web Conf.
Volume 143, 20202nd International Symposium on Architecture Research Frontiers and Ecological Environment (ARFEE 2019)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Architectural Engineering and Urban Construction|
|Published online||24 January 2020|
Research on the Difference of Physical Parameters of Concrete in Saline-alkali Environment
College of Urban Construction and Safety Engineering, Shanghai Institute of Technology, 201418 Shanghai, P.R.China
* Corresponding author: Junge Huang. Email: email@example.com
In order to better study the corrosion of concrete in saline-alkali area, the model tests of concrete and reinforced concrete with different ions and different ion concentrations were constructed. Taking the test blocks mixed with water as the control group, the resistance and polarizability of the test block during the maintenance period were measured by rock specimen tester and rock specimen test frame. The one-way variance analysis of the measured values of each test block was carried out by spss software, investigating the difference of electrical parameters of each concrete. The results show that there is significant difference in the resistance between the clear water concrete test block and the 3% sodium sulfate concrete test block at the level of significance ≤ 0.05. For reinforced concrete test blocks, the resistivity difference between water test block and 3% sodium sulfate test block and 6% sodium sulfate test block is not significant, and the resistivity difference between water test block and 15% sodium sulfate test block and 3% sodium chloride test block is significant. No matter concrete or reinforced concrete, the polarizability of test blocks mixed with water and test blocks mixed with each solution is significantly different. Therefore, the polarizability parameters can be used to distinguish whether the concrete is corroded by salt and alkali. It is feasible to use polarizability parameter to detect concrete erosion by salt and alkali.
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