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Salt-resistant mortars: present knowledge and future perspectives

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Author: Lubelli, B.A.
Type:article
Date:2014
Source:ZKG Drymix Special, 2, 50-53
Identifier: 517618
Keywords: Architecture · Buildings and Infrastructure · Built Environment · Building Engineering & Civil Engineering · SR - Structural Reliability · TS - Technical Sciences

Abstract

Salt crystallization damage is one of the most common causes of decay for bedding, pointing and plastering mortar. Attempts to tackle the problem showed to often a limited durability to salt decay and a low compatibility with historical buildings. Recent research has shown new possibilities for improving the durability of mortars by engineering of the pore size, adding organic water repellent substances and salt crystallization inhibitors