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UDK: 666.94.002.2:699.81
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Published: Građevinar 60 (2008) 9
Paper type: Subject review
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Influence of cement and aggregate type on fire resistance of microconcrete

Ivanka Netinger, Dubravka Bjegović, Ivana Kesegić

Abstract

The possibility of improving fire resistance of concrete by selecting the cement and aggregate types that are less susceptible to high temperature degradation is presented in the paper. To this purpose, a preliminary testing campaign was conducted to determine the impact of high temperature on two different cement types. After exposure to fire, the residual mechanical properties (compressive and tensile strength) of microconcrete containing slag of domestic origin and crushed brick/tile as aggregate, and microconcrete containing river aggregate, were compared.

Keywords
crushed brick/crushed tile, river aggregate, microconcrete, high temperatures, cement type, slag

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Netinger, I., Bjegović, D., Kesegić, I.: Influence of cement and aggregate type on fire resistance of microconcrete, GRAĐEVINAR, 60 (2008) 9

OR:

Netinger, I., Bjegović, D., Kesegić, I. (2008). Influence of cement and aggregate type on fire resistance of microconcrete, GRAĐEVINAR, 60 (9)
Authors:
Netinger Ivanka WEB
Ivanka Netinger
University of J. J. Strossmayera in Osijek,
Faculty of Civil Engineering
BJEGOVIĆ WEB
Dubravka Bjegović
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Ivana Kesegić
University of J. J. Strossmayera in Osijek,
Faculty of Civil Engineering