Improving the durability of recycle concrete
Alkali-silica reaction (ASR) is a global concrete durability problem that continues to plague certain aggregate sources. A long-term field site was setup at the University of Wyoming to evaluate ASR and mitigation strategies for local aggregates.
As shown in the photo, Wyoming wildlife made a home on one of the long term field-exposure blocks. While he rests, the research team continues to provide solutions to make high-performance concrete for the state and beyond.
To view the report, visit http://www.ugpti.org/resources/reports/details.php?id=838&program=mpc
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2015 Highlights (PDF, 5078K)