Modified fine-grained concrete for floor heating system

Lidiya Parashchuk, Viktoria Kochubei, Petro Novosad, Bohdan Seredyuk, Andriy Hamarnik

Abstract

This work shows the influence of components and hardening conditions on linear shrinkage of fine-grain concrete. The floor heating system is one of the most popular options of the heating system these days. The possibility of using this composition for screed for floor heating system is shown. A method of enhancing of strength of the concrete by adding reinforcing fibers and plasticizer has been suggested.  Concrete composition has been optimized.

Keywords

floor heating system; cement screed; fine-grained concrete; modification; dispersive reinforcement; shrinkage

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