Experimental Study on A.D. Bio-Phyto-Dynamic Modulators Influence to Construction Materials
AbstractThe present paper has as main objective the experimental results of the effect using energized water with A.D. devices (DEA), when producing several construction materials. At the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Building Services in Iasi an experimental program was developed, that meant creating Portland cement samples with normal water and with energized water. Similar to these cement samples, a new type of super-sulphatic cement named Kerysten, patented on the French market in 2009-2010 and which presents physical, chemical and mechanical properties far superior to the classical cement in the same mixing situations has been used. The experiment was according to the Methods of testing cement SR EN 196-1/1995. A number of three samples were made for each of the five mechanical characteristics determination periods (bending tensile strength and compression strength), at 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours, 7 days and 14 days. The strength evolution of the two types of tested materials was recorded and will be presented in the last part of this paper.
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