Strength Recovery of Cement Composites in Steam and Carbonate Environments

Abstract

The data include compressive strength and Young's Modulus recoveries in steam and carbonate environments at 270 deg C for four chemically different cement composites after imposed controlled damaged.

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DOE Project Name: Self-Healing and Re-Adhering Cements with Improved Toughness for Geothermal Wells
DOE Project Number: FY16 AOP 3216
DOE Project Lead: Eric Hass
DOI: 10.15121/1254441
Last Updated: 12 months ago
Apr
2016
Data from April, 2016
Submitted Apr 28, 2016

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Brookhaven National Laboratory


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Tom Butcher
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Keywords

geothermal, cement, strength recovery, compressive strength, cement composites, self-healing, geothermal environment, alkaline-activated cement, pozzolanic reactions, carbonation, Youngs Modulus, elasticity, elastic modulus, stiffness, self-adhering, re-adhering, improved toughness, geothermal wells, inorganic, integrity enhancement, composite, steam, carbonate, experiment

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