High-Temperature Inorganic Self-Healing Inorganic Cement Composites


The data files below summarize the results from various experiments testing properties of high-temperature self-healing inorganic cement composites. These properties include cement-carbon steel bond strength, Young's modulus recovery, matrix recovery strength, and compressive strength and Yonug's modulus for cement composites modified with Pozzolanic Clay additives.

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DOE Project Name: Self-healing and Re-Adhering Cements with Improved Toughness at Casing and Formation Interfaces for Geothermal Wells
DOE Project Number: FY17 AOP 3216
DOE Project Lead: Eric Hass
DOI: 10.15121/1452720
Last Updated: 12 months ago
Data from September, 2017
Submitted Sep 13, 2017


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Tatiana Pyatina
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Toshifumi Sugama
Brookhaven National Laboratory


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