Accession Number : ADA140510

Title :   High-Strength Concrete for Peacekeeper Facilities.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,


Personal Author(s) : Saucier,K L

PDF Url : ADA140510

Report Date : Mar 1984

Pagination or Media Count : 64

Abstract : An investigation is described which was conducted to determine the processes and techniques required to produce portland-cement concrete with a compressive strength of 15,000 psi or greater using conventional concreting methods and equipment, and to develop physical property data on the mixtures. It was permitted that special materials and admixtures be used, but a requirement was set that the aggregates and cements be selected from those available in the Cheyenne, Wyoming, area. Results indicated that it is feasible to achieve the 15,000-psi compressive strengths but that workability may decrease over a 2-hour period, and this latter development should be studied under job conditions. It is recommended that (a) all materials and procedures to be used on a specific project be tested in the laboratory for basic property information, and (b) selected mixtures be tested in the field under expected environmental conditions prior to actual job use.

Descriptors :   *Concrete, Mixtures, High strength, Physical properties, Compressive properties, Strength(Mechanics), Strain(Mechanics), Creep, Tensile properties, Elastic properties, Guided missile silos

Subject Categories : Ceramics, Refractories and Glass
      Guided Missile Launching and Basing Support

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE