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- 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
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- Alginate biopolymers: counteracting the impact of superabsorbent polymers on mortar strength
- Comparison of different approaches for self-healing concrete in a large-scale lab test
- Self-healing mortar with pH-sensitive superabsorbent polymers : testing of the sealing efficiency by water flow tests
- Chloride penetration in cracked mortar and the influence of autogenous crack healing
- Effect of sample age on the self-healing properties of cementitious mateials with superabsorbent polymers
- X-ray computed microtomography to study autogenous healing of cementitious materials promoted by superabsorbent polymers
- Use of methacrylated alginate for self-healing concrete