- Applying a biodeposition layer to increase the bond of a repair mortar on a mortar substrate
- Testing superabsorbent polymer (SAP) sorption properties prior to implementation in concrete : results of a RILEM Round-Robin Test
- Crack mitigation in concrete : superabsorbent polymers as key to success?
- Internal curing of cement pastes by superabsorbent polymers studied by means of neutron radiography
- Monitoring the reduction in shrinkage cracking of mortars containing superabsorbent polymers
- Application of encapsulated superabsorbent polymers in cementitious materials for stimulated autogenous healing
- Mechanical and self-healing properties of cementitious materials with pH-responsive semi-synthetic superabsorbent polymers
- Effect of superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on the freeze-thaw resistance of concrete : results of a RILEM interlaboratory study
- Pore structure description of mortars containing ground granulated blast-furnace slag by mercury intrusion porosimetry and dynamic vapour sorption
- Reducing the risk of thermal cracking in cementitious materials by means of encapsulated phase-change materials
- Repeated autogenous healing in strain-hardening cementitious composites by using superabsorbent polymers
- Towards an adequate deicing salt scaling resistance of high-volume fly ash (HVFA) concrete and concrete with superabsorbent polymers (SAPs)
- Superabsorbent polymers to promote and stimulate autogenous healing in cementitious materials
- Role of the surface chemistry of the adsorbent on the initialization step of the water sorption process
Can superabsorbent polymers mitigate shrinkage in cementitious materials blended with supplementary cementitious mateirals?
2016) Concrete with Supplementary Cementitious Mateirals. RILEM PRO 113. p.21-29 Mark(