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Improving Impact Energy Absorption Capacity Loss Resistivity Of Thermally Cycled Cement Pastes Using A Thermoset Polymer Additive

Yıl 2021, Cilt , Sayı 20, 119 - 126, 02.08.2021

Öz

A modified silicone type thermoset polymer additive effect on impact energy absorption capacity (EAC) values of cement pastes exposed to thermal cycles in water was investigated with a series of Charpy impact tests. The thermoset type polymer (MSP) material was added with different amounts in the cement and water mixes. The polymeric additive used in this study was in liquid phase while adding into the fresh cement mix and started to solidify by polymerization after being mixed well in the cement paste. The MSP based product was selected to use because of its ability of polymerization in contact with water. Although EAC values of specimens cured under a constant temperature were found to slightly decrease, the strength loss due to thermal cycles was found to be much limited as a result of using the MSP type thermoset additive. Therefore, the additive tested in this study was assessed to improve the impact resistivity of the cement pastes and mortars against the thermal changes. Depending on the additive amount in the mix and thermal change details, MSP added specimens were determined to have notably higher EACs than those of the specimens with no polymer additive.

Kaynakça

  • Akhavan, A., Catchmark, J., Rajabipour, F., 2017. Ductility enhancement of autoclaved cellulose fiber reinforced cement boards manufactured using a laboratory method simulating the Hatschek process. Con Build Mat, 135, 251-259.
  • Baker, G., 1996. The effect of exposure to elevated temperatures on the fracture energy of plain concrete. Mat. Struct., 29, 383.
  • Fantilli, A.P., Chiaia, B., Gorino, A., 2016. Minimum reinforcement and ductility index of lightly reinforced concrete beams. Computers and Concrete, 18(6), 1175-1194.
  • Heidari-Rarani, M., Aliha, M.R.M., Shokrieh M.M., Ayatollahi, M.R., 2014. Mechanical durability of an optimized polymer concrete under various thermal cyclic loadings - An experimental study. Construction and Building Materials, 64, 308–315
  • Hung, H.H., Liu, K.Y., Chang, K.C., 2015. Rocking behavior of bridge piers with spread footings under cyclic loading and earthquake excitation. Earthquakes and Structures, 7(6), 1001-1024.
  • Jena, T., Panda K.C., 2018. Mechanical and durability properties of marine concrete using fly ash and silpozz. Advances in Concrete Construction, 6(1), 47-68.
  • Jiang, B., Oh, K.H., Kim, S.Y., He, X. and Oh, S.K., 2019. Technical Evaluation Method for Physical Property Changes due to Environmental Degradation of Grout-Injection Repair Materials for Water-Leakage Cracks. Appl Sci, 9(9), 1740.
  • Joshi, S.S., Thammishetti, N., Shanmugam, S.P., Jain, S., 2018. Cracking and ductility analysis of steel fiber reinforced prestressed concrete beams in flexure. ACI Structural Journal, 115 (6), 1575-1588.
  • Khan, M.S., Almutairi, S., Abbas, H., 2020. Mechanical properties of concrete subjected to cyclic thermal loading. European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering. DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2020.1782771
  • Komurlu, E., 2018. Elastomer type Thin Spray-on Liners Use to Combat Rock Burst, 12th Regional Rock Mechanics Symposium of Turkey (Rockmec2018), Trabzon, pp 255-261
  • Komurlu, E., 2019. An Experimental Study on Determination of Crack Propagation Energy of Rock Materials under Dynamic (Impact) and Static Loading Conditions. Hittite Journal of Science and Engineering, 6, 1-6.
  • Komurlu, E., 2020. An Investigation of Using Thermoset Polymer type Liquid Additives to Improve Cement Grout Performances in Rock Bolting Applications. International Journal of Geosynthetics and Ground Engineering, 6, Article no: 52.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2012. New Engineering Materials for Underground Constructions. 16th International Metallurgy and Materials Congress, pp. 307-319, İstanbul, Turkey.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2015. Improved Performance of Rock Bolts using Sprayed Polyurea Coating. Rock Mech. Rock Eng., 48, 2179-2182.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2016. An Experimental Study on Reinforcing Rock Columns using Polymeric Heated Ties. Rock Mech. Rock Eng., 49, 1995-2003.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2017. Experimental Study on Usability of Friction Rock Bolts with Plastic Body. International Journal of Geomechanics, 17(9), Paper no: 04017058.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., Aksoy, C.O., 2017. Use of Polyamide-6 type Engineering Polymer as Grouted Rock Bolt Material. International Journal of Geosynthetics and Ground Engineering, 3, Paper no: 37.
  • Korey, M., Johnson, A., Webb, W., Dietenberger, M., Youngblood, J., Howarter, J., 2020. Tannic Acid Based Pre-Polymer Systems for Enhanced Intumescence in Epoxy Thermosets. Green Materials. DOI: 10.1680/jgrma.19.00061
  • Magalhães, S., Alves, L., Medronho, B., Fonseca, A.C., Romano, A., Coelho, J.F.J, Norgren, M., 2019. Brief Overview on Bio-Based Adhesives and Sealants. Polymers, 11(10), paper no: 1685.
  • Marthong, C., 2019. Effect of waste cement bag fibers on the mechanical strength of concrete. Advances in Materials Research, 8(2), 103-115.
  • Najim, K.B., Saeb, A., Al-Azzawi, Z., 2018. Structural behaviour and fracture energy of recycled steel fibre self-compacting reinforced concrete beams”, Journal of Building Engineering, 17, 174-182.
  • Owen, M.J., 2017. Silicone Hydrophobicity and Oleophilicity. Silicon, 9, 651–655.
  • Senthil, K., Satyanarayanan, K.S., Rupali, S., 2016. Energy absorption of fibrous self compacting reinforced concrete system. Advances in Concrete Construction, 4(1), 37-47.
  • Pam, H.J., Kwan, A.K.H., Ho, J.C.M., 2001. Post-peak behavior and flexural ductility of doubly reinforced normal and high-strength concrete beams. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 12(5), 459-474.
  • Sakka, Z., Gilbert, R.I., 2018. Numerical investigation on the structural behavior of two-way slabs reinforced with low ductility steel. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 65(3), 223-231.
  • Shi, X., Brescia-Norambuena, L., Tavares, C., Grasley, Z., 2020. Semicircular bending fracture test to evaluate fracture properties and ductility of cement mortar reinforced by scrap tire recycled steel fiber. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 236, 107228
  • Su, Y., Wu, C., Li, J., Li Z.X., Li W., 2017. Development of novel ultra-high performance concrete: From material to structure. Construction and Building Materials, 135, 517–528.
  • Wang, Y.F., Ma, Y.S., Wu, H.L., 2011. Reinforced high-strength concrete square columns confined by aramid FRP jackets. part I: experimental study. Steel and Composite Structures, 11(6), 455-468.
  • Yaragal, S.C., Warrier, J. and Podila, R., 2015. Strength loss contributions during stages of heating, retention and cooling regimes for concretes. Advances in Materials Research, 4(1), 13-22.
  • Yaragal, S.C., Ramanjaneyulu, S., 2016. Exposure to elevated temperatures and cooled under different regimes–a study on polypropylene concrete. Advances in Materials Research, 5(1), 21-34.
  • Zander, L., Peng, J., 2018. New Silane-Terminated Polymers for Sealants and Adhesives. Adhesion Adhesives Sealants, 15, 20–23.

Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive

Yıl 2021, Cilt , Sayı 20, 119 - 126, 02.08.2021

Öz

A modified silicone type thermoset polymer additive effect on impact energy absorption capacity (EAC) values of cement pastes exposed to thermal cycles in water was investigated with a series of Charpy impact tests. The thermoset type polymer (MSP) material was added with different amounts in the cement and water mixes. The polymeric additive used in this study was in liquid phase while adding into the fresh cement mix and started to solidify by polymerization after being mixed well in the cement paste. The MSP based product was selected to use because of its ability of polymerization in contact with water. Although EAC values of specimens cured under a constant temperature were found to slightly decrease, the strength loss due to thermal cycles was found to be much limited as a result of using the MSP type thermoset additive. Therefore, the additive tested in this study was assessed to improve the impact resistivity of the cement pastes and mortars against the thermal changes. Depending on the additive amount in the mix and thermal change details, MSP added specimens were determined to have notably higher EACs than those of the specimens with no polymer additive.

Kaynakça

  • Akhavan, A., Catchmark, J., Rajabipour, F., 2017. Ductility enhancement of autoclaved cellulose fiber reinforced cement boards manufactured using a laboratory method simulating the Hatschek process. Con Build Mat, 135, 251-259.
  • Baker, G., 1996. The effect of exposure to elevated temperatures on the fracture energy of plain concrete. Mat. Struct., 29, 383.
  • Fantilli, A.P., Chiaia, B., Gorino, A., 2016. Minimum reinforcement and ductility index of lightly reinforced concrete beams. Computers and Concrete, 18(6), 1175-1194.
  • Heidari-Rarani, M., Aliha, M.R.M., Shokrieh M.M., Ayatollahi, M.R., 2014. Mechanical durability of an optimized polymer concrete under various thermal cyclic loadings - An experimental study. Construction and Building Materials, 64, 308–315
  • Hung, H.H., Liu, K.Y., Chang, K.C., 2015. Rocking behavior of bridge piers with spread footings under cyclic loading and earthquake excitation. Earthquakes and Structures, 7(6), 1001-1024.
  • Jena, T., Panda K.C., 2018. Mechanical and durability properties of marine concrete using fly ash and silpozz. Advances in Concrete Construction, 6(1), 47-68.
  • Jiang, B., Oh, K.H., Kim, S.Y., He, X. and Oh, S.K., 2019. Technical Evaluation Method for Physical Property Changes due to Environmental Degradation of Grout-Injection Repair Materials for Water-Leakage Cracks. Appl Sci, 9(9), 1740.
  • Joshi, S.S., Thammishetti, N., Shanmugam, S.P., Jain, S., 2018. Cracking and ductility analysis of steel fiber reinforced prestressed concrete beams in flexure. ACI Structural Journal, 115 (6), 1575-1588.
  • Khan, M.S., Almutairi, S., Abbas, H., 2020. Mechanical properties of concrete subjected to cyclic thermal loading. European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering. DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2020.1782771
  • Komurlu, E., 2018. Elastomer type Thin Spray-on Liners Use to Combat Rock Burst, 12th Regional Rock Mechanics Symposium of Turkey (Rockmec2018), Trabzon, pp 255-261
  • Komurlu, E., 2019. An Experimental Study on Determination of Crack Propagation Energy of Rock Materials under Dynamic (Impact) and Static Loading Conditions. Hittite Journal of Science and Engineering, 6, 1-6.
  • Komurlu, E., 2020. An Investigation of Using Thermoset Polymer type Liquid Additives to Improve Cement Grout Performances in Rock Bolting Applications. International Journal of Geosynthetics and Ground Engineering, 6, Article no: 52.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2012. New Engineering Materials for Underground Constructions. 16th International Metallurgy and Materials Congress, pp. 307-319, İstanbul, Turkey.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2015. Improved Performance of Rock Bolts using Sprayed Polyurea Coating. Rock Mech. Rock Eng., 48, 2179-2182.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2016. An Experimental Study on Reinforcing Rock Columns using Polymeric Heated Ties. Rock Mech. Rock Eng., 49, 1995-2003.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., 2017. Experimental Study on Usability of Friction Rock Bolts with Plastic Body. International Journal of Geomechanics, 17(9), Paper no: 04017058.
  • Komurlu, E., Kesimal, A., Aksoy, C.O., 2017. Use of Polyamide-6 type Engineering Polymer as Grouted Rock Bolt Material. International Journal of Geosynthetics and Ground Engineering, 3, Paper no: 37.
  • Korey, M., Johnson, A., Webb, W., Dietenberger, M., Youngblood, J., Howarter, J., 2020. Tannic Acid Based Pre-Polymer Systems for Enhanced Intumescence in Epoxy Thermosets. Green Materials. DOI: 10.1680/jgrma.19.00061
  • Magalhães, S., Alves, L., Medronho, B., Fonseca, A.C., Romano, A., Coelho, J.F.J, Norgren, M., 2019. Brief Overview on Bio-Based Adhesives and Sealants. Polymers, 11(10), paper no: 1685.
  • Marthong, C., 2019. Effect of waste cement bag fibers on the mechanical strength of concrete. Advances in Materials Research, 8(2), 103-115.
  • Najim, K.B., Saeb, A., Al-Azzawi, Z., 2018. Structural behaviour and fracture energy of recycled steel fibre self-compacting reinforced concrete beams”, Journal of Building Engineering, 17, 174-182.
  • Owen, M.J., 2017. Silicone Hydrophobicity and Oleophilicity. Silicon, 9, 651–655.
  • Senthil, K., Satyanarayanan, K.S., Rupali, S., 2016. Energy absorption of fibrous self compacting reinforced concrete system. Advances in Concrete Construction, 4(1), 37-47.
  • Pam, H.J., Kwan, A.K.H., Ho, J.C.M., 2001. Post-peak behavior and flexural ductility of doubly reinforced normal and high-strength concrete beams. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 12(5), 459-474.
  • Sakka, Z., Gilbert, R.I., 2018. Numerical investigation on the structural behavior of two-way slabs reinforced with low ductility steel. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 65(3), 223-231.
  • Shi, X., Brescia-Norambuena, L., Tavares, C., Grasley, Z., 2020. Semicircular bending fracture test to evaluate fracture properties and ductility of cement mortar reinforced by scrap tire recycled steel fiber. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 236, 107228
  • Su, Y., Wu, C., Li, J., Li Z.X., Li W., 2017. Development of novel ultra-high performance concrete: From material to structure. Construction and Building Materials, 135, 517–528.
  • Wang, Y.F., Ma, Y.S., Wu, H.L., 2011. Reinforced high-strength concrete square columns confined by aramid FRP jackets. part I: experimental study. Steel and Composite Structures, 11(6), 455-468.
  • Yaragal, S.C., Warrier, J. and Podila, R., 2015. Strength loss contributions during stages of heating, retention and cooling regimes for concretes. Advances in Materials Research, 4(1), 13-22.
  • Yaragal, S.C., Ramanjaneyulu, S., 2016. Exposure to elevated temperatures and cooled under different regimes–a study on polypropylene concrete. Advances in Materials Research, 5(1), 21-34.
  • Zander, L., Peng, J., 2018. New Silane-Terminated Polymers for Sealants and Adhesives. Adhesion Adhesives Sealants, 15, 20–23.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil Türkçe
Konular Yerbilimleri, Ortak Disiplinler
Bölüm Araştırma Makalesi
Yazarlar

Eren KÖMÜRLÜ Bu kişi benim (Sorumlu Yazar)
GİRESUN ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Türkiye


Atila Gürhan ÇELİK Bu kişi benim
GİRESUN ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 2 Ağustos 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2021, Cilt , Sayı 20

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { mtb977756, journal = {MT Bilimsel}, issn = {2146-9431}, address = {Kabil Cd. 1335 Sk No: 6 Daire: 8 Vadi Köşk Apt. Aşağı Öveçler Çankaya Ankara}, publisher = {Mayeb Basın Yayın İnsan Kaynakları Ltd. Şti.}, year = {2021}, volume = {}, pages = {119 - 126}, doi = {}, title = {Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive}, key = {cite}, author = {Kömürlü, Eren and Çelik, Atila Gürhan} }
APA Kömürlü, E. & Çelik, A. G. (2021). Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive . MT Bilimsel , (20) , 119-126 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/mtb/issue/64376/977756
MLA Kömürlü, E. , Çelik, A. G. "Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive" . MT Bilimsel (2021 ): 119-126 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/mtb/issue/64376/977756>
Chicago Kömürlü, E. , Çelik, A. G. "Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive". MT Bilimsel (2021 ): 119-126
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ISNAD Kömürlü, Eren , Çelik, Atila Gürhan . "Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive". MT Bilimsel / 20 (Ağustos 2021): 119-126 .
AMA Kömürlü E. , Çelik A. G. Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive. MT Bilimsel. 2021; (20): 119-126.
Vancouver Kömürlü E. , Çelik A. G. Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive. MT Bilimsel. 2021; (20): 119-126.
IEEE E. Kömürlü ve A. G. Çelik , "Improving impact energy absorption capacity loss resistivity of thermally cycled cement pastes using a thermoset polymer additive", MT Bilimsel, sayı. 20, ss. 119-126, Ağu. 2021

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