The Structural Properties of Magnetite Concrete

by J.M. Raphael,

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1958, Vol. 84, Issue 1, Pg. 1-26

Document Type: Journal Paper


Concrete for Engineering Test Reactor biological shield made from combination of crushed magnetite aggregate and low-alkali Type I Portland cement; combinations of cement and aggregate used in concrete are potentially self-destructive through internal volume changes caused by alkali-aggregate reaction or by thermal growth; this combination was nonreactive and without deleterious thermal growth.

Subject Headings: Aggregates | Concrete structures | Structural behavior | Magnetic fields | Concrete | Alkalinity | Thermal effects | Material tests

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