Adhesion and rheology of fresh mortar joints: effects of organic additions

R. Bouras, C. Si Hadj Mohand & M. Sonebi
An adhesive mortar in fresh state is considered as a granular suspension in a complex fluid. The study of the rheological behavior of such materials involves the rheology of complex fluids, including granular suspensions, colloidal dispersions, etc... To characterize the rheological behavior of an adhesive mortar, in quasi-static regime, we use a three-parameter behavior law that includes a yield stress, a viscosity coefficient and a fluidity index. The adhesiveness of the mortar can be characterized...
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