ASTM C457/C457M-12

    Historical Standard: Стандартный метод определения параметров пористой системы в затвердевшем бетоне

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    Significance and Use

    5.1 The parameters of the air-void system of hardened concrete determined by the procedures described in this test method are related to the susceptibility of the cement paste portion of the concrete to damage by freezing and thawing. Hence, this test method can be used to develop data to estimate the likelihood of damage due to cyclic freezing and thawing or to explain why it has occurred. The test method can also be used as an adjunct to the development of products or procedures intended to enhance the resistance of concrete to cyclic freezing and thawing (1).

    5.2 Values for parameters of the air-void system can be obtained by either of the procedures described in this test method.

    5.3 No provision is made for distinguishing among entrapped air voids, entrained air voids, and water voids. Any such distinction is arbitrary, because the various types of voids intergrade in size, shape, and other characteristics. Reports that do make such a distinction typically define entrapped air voids as being larger than 1 mm in at least one dimension being irregular in shape, or both. The honey-combing that is a consequence of the failure to compact the concrete properly is one type of entrapped air void (9, 10).

    5.4 Water voids are cavities that were filled with water at the time of setting of the concrete. They are significant only in mixtures that contained excessive mixing water or in which pronounced bleeding and settlement occurred. They are most common beneath horizontal reinforcing bars, pieces of coarse aggregate and as channelways along their sides. They occur also immediately below surfaces that were compacted by finishing operations before the completion of bleeding.

    5.5 Application of the paste-air ratio procedure is necessary when the concrete includes large nominal maximum size aggregate, such as 50 mm [2 in.] or more. Prepared sections of such concrete should include a maximum of the mortar fraction, so as to increase the number of counts on air voids or traverse across them. The ratio of the volume of aggregate to the volume of paste in the original mix must be accurately known or estimated to permit the calculation of the air-void systems parameters from the microscopically determined paste-air ratio.

    Note 1The air-void content determined in accordance with this test method usually agrees closely with the value determined on the fresh concrete in accordance with Test Methods C138/C138M, C173/C173M, or C231 (11). However, significant differences may be observed if the sample of fresh concrete is consolidated to a different degree than the sample later examined microscopically. For concrete with a relatively high air content (usually over 7.5 %), the value determined microscopically may be higher by one or more percentage points than that determined by Test Method C231.

    1. Область применения

    1.1 Данный метод описывает процедуры определения с помощью микроскопа содержания воздуха в затвердевшем бетоне и удельной поверхности воздушных пустот, частоты пустот, коэффициента заполнения и соотношения «цементное тесто-пустоты» (коэффициента пустотности) в пористой системе затвердевшего бетона (1).2 Описываются две процедуры:

    1.1.1 Процедура A, Линейно-траверсный метод (2, 3).

    1.1.2 Процедура Б, Модифицированный метод подсчета точек (3, 4, 5, 6).

    1.2 Данный метод основан на стандартных процедурах, применяемых к распиленным и шлифованным сечениям образцов бетона, полученных в полевых условиях или в лаборатории.

    1.3 Ниже дается общее описание принципов данного метода испытаний и устанавливаются стандарты его адекватного проведения, но детально не описываются все возможные варианты его реализации, которые могут быть использованы для достижения целей данного метода.

    1.4 Значения, указанные как в единицах СИ, так и в фунтах-дюймах, по отдельности считаются стандартными. Значения в каждой из систем могут не быть точными эквивалентами; поэтому каждая система должна использоваться независимо от другой. Комбинирование значений из двух систем может привести к несоответствию требованиям данного стандарта.

    1.5 Данный стандарт не претендует на полноту описания всех мер безопасности, если таковые имеются, связанных с его использованием. Вся ответственность за установление соответствующих правил техники безопасности и мер по охране здоровья, а также определение пределов применимости регламентов до начала использования данного стандарта лежит на пользователе стандарта. Конкретные вопросы безопасности рассмотрены в 8.3 и 10.1.

    2. Ссылочные документы

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    C173/C173M Test Method for Air Content of Freshly Mixed Concrete by the Volumetric Method

    C231/C231M Test Method for Air Content of Freshly Mixed Concrete by the Pressure Method

    C42/C42M Test Method for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of Concrete

    C666/C666M Test Method for Resistance of Concrete to Rapid Freezing and Thawing

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    C672/C672M Test Method for Scaling Resistance of Concrete Surfaces Exposed to Deicing Chemicals

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