CN108529988B - Impervious concrete for shield segment and preparation method thereof - Google Patents

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CN108529988B
CN108529988B CN201810582782.2A CN201810582782A CN108529988B CN 108529988 B CN108529988 B CN 108529988B CN 201810582782 A CN201810582782 A CN 201810582782A CN 108529988 B CN108529988 B CN 108529988B
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The invention relates to impervious concrete for shield segments and a preparation method thereof, belongs to the field of high-performance concrete, and aims to develop concrete with good impermeability. The impervious concrete for the shield segment comprises the following raw materials in parts by weight: 420 parts of ordinary portland cement, 120 parts of mineral admixture, 580 parts of sand 540, 790 parts of crushed stone 770 with the diameter of 5-25mm, 3-4.8 parts of admixture, 120 parts of carbon fiber 110, 8-9.2 parts of water reducer and 150 parts of water 140. The shield segment made of the concrete has high strength and strong impermeability, and ensures the waterproof performance and the bearing performance of the tunnel.

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Impervious concrete for shield segment and preparation method thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of high-performance concrete, in particular to impervious concrete for shield segments and a preparation method thereof.
Background
The shield segment is a main assembly component for shield construction, is the innermost barrier of the tunnel and plays a role in resisting soil layer pressure, underground water pressure and some special loads. The shield segment is usually produced by adopting high-strength impervious concrete so as to ensure reliable bearing performance and waterproof performance, and the production mainly utilizes a finished segment mould to be formed after concrete is poured in a sealing manner.
The shield segment is a permanent lining structure of a shield tunnel, and the quality of the shield segment is directly related to the overall quality and safety of the tunnel in the process of using the shield segment, so that the waterproof performance and the bearing performance of the tunnel are influenced. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a concrete having a good anti-permeability property.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide impervious concrete for shield segments, the shield segments made of the impervious concrete have high strength and strong impervious capability, and the waterproof performance of a tunnel is ensured.
The above object of the present invention is achieved by the following technical solutions: the impervious concrete for the shield segment is characterized by comprising the following raw materials in parts by weight: 420 parts of ordinary portland cement, 120 parts of mineral admixture, 580 parts of sand 540, 790 parts of crushed stone 770 with the diameter of 5-25mm, 3-4.8 parts of admixture, 120 parts of carbon fiber 110, 8-9.2 parts of water reducer and 150 parts of water 140.
Preferably, the admixture comprises 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde and 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid.
Preferably, the mass ratio of the 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde to the 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid is 5: 1.
Preferably, the titer of the carbon fiber is 12-14g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 13-17 mm.
Preferably, the water reducing agent is a polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent.
Preferably, the sand has a fineness modulus of 2.5 and an apparent density of 2690kg/m3The loose bulk density is 1640kg/m3The porosity is 39%, the mud content is 0.6%, the mud block content is 0.1%, and the alkali aggregate reaction expansion rate in 14 days is 0.08%.
Preferably, the mineral admixture is a mixture of silica fume and fly ash, and the mass ratio of the silica fume to the fly ash is 1: 1.
Preferably, the crushed stone with the thickness of 5-25mm has the apparent density of 2800kg/m3The loose bulk density was 1540kg/m3The loose-packing porosity was 45%, the crushing value was 7%, the sludge content was 0.5%, the needle-like flaky particle content was 4%, the sulfide and sulfate content was 0.18%, and the alkali aggregate reaction expansion rate in 14 days was 0.08%.
The invention also aims to provide a preparation method of the impervious concrete for the shield segment.
The invention aims to realize the aim through the following technical scheme, and the preparation method of the impervious concrete for the shield segment comprises the following steps:
s1: adding sand and crushed stone of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 10-14s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding ordinary portland cement, a mineral admixture and carbon fibers into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 14-18S to obtain a mixture;
s3: and (3) fully stirring and mixing the admixture, the water reducing agent and the water, then adding the mixture obtained in the step S2 to stir for 40-60S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
In conclusion, the invention has the following beneficial effects:
1. the impervious concrete for the shield segment prepared by the invention has good impermeability and compressive property, and the waterproof property and the bearing property of a tunnel are ensured.
2. The carbon fiber can effectively prevent the concrete from generating cracks in the plastic period, and the fiber has a three-dimensional space network structure in the concrete, so that the fiber plays a role in supporting aggregate and prevents the sedimentation of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate to a certain extent; meanwhile, the water bleeding phenomenon on the surface of the concrete is reduced, and the large volume shrinkage in the plasticity period caused by rapid water loss on the surface of the concrete is effectively prevented, so that the cracks on the surface of the concrete in the plasticity period are inhibited. Meanwhile, the strength of the concrete in the plastic state is extremely low, and the fibers can bear tensile stress generated by drying shrinkage in the concrete in the plastic state, so that the generation of cracks in the concrete in the plastic state is reduced and prevented, and the mechanical property and the impermeability of the concrete are effectively improved.
3. The invention utilizes the synergistic effect of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde and 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, reduces the generation and expansion of internal cracks of concrete, and effectively improves the mechanical property and the impermeability of the concrete.
4. The invention utilizes the mineral admixture to mix with the cement, which not only reduces the consumption of the cement, but also reduces the hydration heat of the cement and delays the hydration temperature peak, thereby avoiding the generation of cracks on the surface of the concrete and improving the anti-cracking, anti-erosion and anti-carbonization performances of the concrete.
Detailed Description
All materials referred to in the examples of the present invention are commercially available.
First, an embodiment is fabricated.
Example 1
S1: adding 560kg of sand and 780kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 12s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 410kg of ordinary portland cement, 55kg of silica fume, 55kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 13g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 15 mm;
s3: and (3) taking 3kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.6kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 8.6kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 145kg of water, fully stirring and mixing, then adding the mixture obtained in the step S2, stirring for 50S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
Example 2
S1: adding 540kg of sand and 770kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 10s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 420kg of ordinary portland cement, 60kg of silica fume, 50kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 18S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 12g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 13 mm;
s3: and 2.5kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.5kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 9.2kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 150kg of water are fully stirred and mixed, then the mixture obtained in the step S2 is added to be stirred for 40S, and the mixture is discharged after the stirring is finished, so that the finished concrete is obtained.
Example 3
S1: adding 580kg of sand and 770kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 10s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 420kg of ordinary portland cement, 50kg of silica fume, 60kg of fly ash and 120kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 18S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 12g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 17 mm;
s3: and 2.5kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.5kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 9.2kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 140kg of water are fully stirred and mixed, then the mixture obtained in the step S2 is added to be stirred for 60S, and the finished concrete is obtained after the stirring is finished and the discharging is carried out.
Example 4
S1: adding 540kg of sand and 770kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 14s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 400kg of ordinary portland cement, 60kg of silica fume, 55kg of fly ash and 110kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 14g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 13 mm;
s3: and 2.5kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.7kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 8kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 150kg of water are fully stirred and mixed, then the mixture obtained in the step S2 is added to be stirred for 50S, and the mixture is discharged after the stirring is finished, so that the finished concrete is obtained.
Example 5
S1: adding 580kg of sand and 790kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 14s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 400kg of ordinary portland cement, 50kg of silica fume, 50kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 14g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 17 mm;
s3: and 3.5kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.7kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 8kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 140kg of water are fully stirred and mixed, then the mixture obtained in the step S2 is added to be stirred for 40S, and the mixture is discharged after the stirring is finished, so that the finished concrete is obtained.
Example 6
S1: adding 540kg of sand and 790kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 10s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 400kg of ordinary portland cement, 60kg of silica fume, 60kg of fly ash and 120kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 14S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 14g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 13 mm;
s3: and (2) sufficiently stirring and mixing 3.5kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 0.5kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 8kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 150kg of water, adding the mixture obtained in the step (S2), stirring for 60S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
Second, a comparative example was prepared.
Comparative example 1
S1: adding 560kg of sand and 780kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 12s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 410kg of ordinary portland cement, 55kg of silica fume, 55kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 13g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 15 mm;
s3: and (3) taking 8.6kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 145kg of water, fully stirring and mixing, then adding the polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and the water into the mixture obtained in the step S2, stirring for 50S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
Comparative example 2
S1: adding 560kg of sand and 780kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 12s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 410kg of ordinary portland cement, 55kg of silica fume, 55kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 13g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 15 mm;
s3: and 3.6kg of 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde, 8.6kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 145kg of water are fully stirred and mixed, then the mixture obtained in the step S2 is added to be stirred for 50S, and the mixture is discharged after the stirring is finished, so that the finished concrete is obtained.
Comparative example 3
S1: adding 560kg of sand and 780kg of crushed stone with the particle size of 5-25mm into a stirrer for stirring for 12s to obtain a mixture;
s2: adding 410kg of ordinary portland cement, 55kg of silica fume, 55kg of fly ash and 115kg of carbon fiber into the mixture obtained in S1, and stirring for 16S to obtain a mixture; wherein the titer of the carbon fiber is 13g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fiber is 15 mm;
s3: and (3) taking 3.6kg of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid, 8.6kg of polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent and 145kg of water, fully stirring and mixing, then adding the mixture obtained in the step S2, stirring for 50S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
In each of the above examples and comparative examples, the fineness modulus of sand was 2.5, and the apparent density was 2690kg/m3The loose bulk density is 1640kg/m3The porosity is 39%, the mud content is 0.6%, the mud block content is 0.1%, and the alkali aggregate reaction expansion rate in 14 days is 0.08%.
The crushed stone with the thickness of 5-25mm has the apparent density of 2800kg/m3The loose bulk density was 1540kg/m3The loose-packing porosity was 45%, the crushing value was 7%, the sludge content was 0.5%, the needle-like flaky particle content was 4%, the sulfide and sulfate content was 0.18%, and the alkali aggregate reaction expansion rate in 14 days was 0.08%.
And thirdly, testing the performances of the impervious concrete for the shield segment prepared in the embodiment and the comparative example.
The evaluation indexes and detection methods adopted by the anti-permeability concrete for the shield segments prepared in the above embodiments and the comparative examples are as follows:
resistance to chloride ion permeation: and testing the chloride ion penetration depth of the concrete standard test block according to a rapid chloride ion migration coefficient method in GB/T50082 test method standard for long-term performance and durability of common concrete.
Water penetration resistance: and (3) testing the water penetration depth of the concrete standard test block according to a step-by-step pressurization method in GB/T50082 test method standard for long-term performance and durability of common concrete.
And (3) carbonization resistance: the carbonization depth of the concrete standard test block on the 28 th day is tested according to the carbonization experiment in GB/T50082 test method standard for long-term performance and durability of common concrete.
Compressive strength: the compression strength of the concrete standard test block with 100% guarantee rate measured on 7 th day and 28 th day is detected according to the specification in GB/T50010 concrete structure design Specification.
The performance indexes of the above examples and comparative examples are shown in table 1.
Table 1 results of performance test of impervious concrete for shield segments prepared in each example and comparative example
As can be seen from the above table, the anti-permeability concrete for the shield segment prepared by the invention has good anti-permeability performance and compressive property, and the waterproof performance of the tunnel is ensured.
In comparative example 1, 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde and 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid were not added, so that the prepared concrete had many cracks inside, and the impermeability and compressive strength of the prepared concrete were low and far lower than those of the impermeable concrete for shield segments prepared in example 1.
In comparative example 2 and comparative example 3, only 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde and 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid were added, respectively, and the effect of using 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde and 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid alone was lower than the synergistic effect of the two, resulting in the decrease in the anti-permeability and compressive strength of the prepared anti-permeability concrete for shield segments, which was lower than that of the anti-permeability concrete for shield segments prepared in example 1.
The present embodiment is only for explaining the present invention, and it is not limited to the present invention, and those skilled in the art can make modifications of the present embodiment without inventive contribution as needed after reading the present specification, but all of them are protected by patent law within the scope of the claims of the present invention.

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1. The impervious concrete for the shield segment is characterized by comprising the following raw materials in parts by weight: 420 parts of ordinary portland cement, 120 parts of mineral admixture, 580 parts of sand 540, 790 parts of crushed stone 770 with the diameter of 5-25mm, 120 parts of admixture, 110 parts of carbon fiber, 8-9.2 parts of water reducer and 150 parts of water 140; the additive consists of 4-fluoro-2- (trifluoromethyl) phenylacetic acid and 4-chloro-2-trifluoromethylbenzaldehyde in a mass ratio of 1: 5; the mineral admixture is a mixture of silica fume and fly ash, and the mass ratio of the silica fume to the fly ash is 1: 1.
2. The impervious concrete for shield segments according to claim 1, wherein the fineness of the carbon fibers is 12-14g/9000m, and the length of the carbon fibers is 13-17 mm.
3. The impervious concrete for shield segments as claimed in claim 1, wherein the water reducing agent is a polycarboxylic acid water reducing agent.
4. The impervious concrete for the shield segments according to claim 1, wherein the fineness modulus of the sand is 2.5, the apparent density is 2690kg/m, the loose bulk density is 1640kg/m for thin film plantation, the porosity is 39%, the mud content is 0.6%, the mud cake content is 0.1%, and the alkali-aggregate reaction expansion rate in 14 days is 0.08%.
5. The impervious concrete for shield segments according to claim 1, wherein the crushed stones of 5-25mm have an apparent density of 2800kg/m and a loose bulk density of 1540kg/m, and are subjected to thin film stress cracking, wherein the loose bulk porosity is 45%, the crushing value is 7%, the sludge content is 0.5%, the needle-shaped particle content is 4%, the sulfide and sulfate content is 0.18%, and the alkali-aggregate reaction expansion rate is 0.08% after 14 days.
6. The method for preparing the impervious concrete for the shield segment of claim 1, which is characterized by comprising the following steps of:
s1, adding the sand and the crushed stone of 5-25mm into a stirrer to be stirred for 10-14S to obtain a mixture;
s2, adding ordinary portland cement, a mineral admixture and carbon fibers into the mixture obtained in the step S1, and stirring for 14-18S to obtain a mixture;
and S3, fully stirring and mixing the admixture, the water reducing agent and the water, then adding the mixture obtained in the step S2, stirring for 40-60S, and discharging after stirring to obtain the finished concrete.
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