Corrosion of Mortar Mixed With Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate Due to Sulfuric Acid

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Prachoom Khamput

Abstract

This research studies the corrosion on quarry dust mortars due to sulfuric acid. By fully using quarry dust instead of sand and w/c = 0.45, the mortar specimens are formed and cured for 28 days before immerse them into 5 % (W/W) of sulfuric acid solution. From the results, it is found that quarry dust mortars can resist the corrosion better than normal mortar.

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Khamput, P. (2006). Corrosion of Mortar Mixed With Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate Due to Sulfuric Acid. Journal of Engineering, RMUTT, 7, 98–100. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jermutt/article/view/242286
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