|About this Abstract
||2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
||I-12: Adhesion Study at Advanced Ages in Multipurpose Mortars
||Markssuel Teixeira Marvila, Jonas Alexandre, Afonso Azevedo, Euzébio Zanelato, Sergio Monteiro, Gustavo Xavier, Melissa Goulart, Beatriz Mendes
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One of the parameters used in the study of mortars is the adhesion resistance, which indicates how much the mortar adhered to the substrate. The usual study is done at 28 days, to worldwide standardization. Few researchers study the adhesion of mortars to ages other than 28 days. In this scenario, the adhesion strength tests of conventional mortar with a 1: 1: 6 mass scale (cement, and sand) at 7, 14, 28, 56, 91, 182 and 364 days were performed in order to understand the behavior Of this material. The usual characterization tests of the mortars were carried out to correlate the values obtained with the adhesion results. The obtained results demonstrate that the mortar continues to gain resistance with the passage of time. For the trait studied the gain was considerable, indicating that over time the cement continues to hydrate, reacting and contributing to the strength of the material.
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