The effect of magnetically treated water on some physiomechanical properties of a local plaster (plaster of Paris)
JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE,
2018, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 145-156
AbstractMagnetically treated water was used for the determination of the physiomechanical properties (setting time, water/powder ratio (W/P) and compressive strength) of a local plaster of Paris. The results were compared with that of ordinary, and non-treated water to determine the same properties.
It was found out that through using magnetically treated water, setting time has decreased by an average of (15.3 %); water powder ratio (W/P) has increased by an average of (2.4 %) and compressive strength has decreased by an average of (22.5 %) compared with the results of ordinary water. Thereforemagnetically treated water may be considered as an accelerator for the plaster of Paris rather than a retarder.
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