Effect of redispersible resins on the mechanical strenght and capillary rising of hardened cement mortars

Wacław Brachaczek,

Paulina Liszka,

Szymon Fryc,

Łukasz Dzida

Abstrakt

This paper shows the results of impact that polymer additives with different chemical composition have on physical and mechanical properties of solidified mortar. During the research, modern polymer redispersed admixtures were used. An analysis of the changes was carried out using statistical methods and linear regression. It was found that the analyzed polymer admixtures affect the analyzed parameters with varying degrees of intensity.

Słowa kluczowe: redispersible polymers, the strength of the cement-based mortars on compression, bending strength, capillary rising
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