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The relationships between concrete curing procedures, materials composition, and internal sulfate attack damage will be discussed in view of the experience obtained in Europe in the 1970s and 1980s. The heat-treatment procedures that were introduced and specified to eliminate or minimize the damage will be highlighted and suggestions will be made as to the needed adjustments in curing practices.
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