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Issue 20 (4) 2021 pp. 11-19

Raimondas Šadzevičius 1, Inga Adamonytė 1, Katarzyna Gabryś 2, Michał Kucharski 3

1 Institute of Hydraulic Engineering, Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy, Lithuania
2
Water Center, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW, Poland
3
Institute of Civil Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW, Warsaw, Poland

Main physical-mechanic properties of concrete samples taken from Bražuolė – first removed dam in Lithuania

Keywords: concrete samples, dam removal, concrete compression strength, density, water absorption by weight
Abstract:

According to historical records, the dam was first built in the 19th century to power a water mill. In this article,
the main attention focused on the main physical-mechanic properties of concrete samples taken from
Bražuolė dam – first officially removed dam in Lithuania (in 2020). The purpose of these investigations based
on field research is to establish actual quantities of compression strength, density, and water absorption by
weight of concrete used in the retaining walls of Bražuolė dam. The concrete water absorption by mass (Wm)
and compression strength (fck) testing results based on research data of concrete samples from Bražuolė hydroscheme
retaining walls do not meet the requirements of currently valid technical construction regulation.

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For citation:

MLA , Raimondas Šadzevičius, et al. "Main physical-mechanic properties of concrete samples taken from Bražuolė – first removed dam in Lithuania." Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 20.4 (2021): 11-19.
APA (2021). . Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 20 (4), 11-19
ISO 690 , Raimondas Šadzevičius, et al. Main physical-mechanic properties of concrete samples taken from Bražuolė – first removed dam in Lithuania. Acta Sci.Pol. Arch., 2021, 20.4: 11-19.
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