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The dataset about the deformations under axial compression of concrete and cement-sand mortar impregnated with oil

Alexander P. Svintsov, Svetlana L. Shambina

Publication date: December 2018

Source: Data in Brief, Volume 21

Author(s): Alexander P. Svintsov, Svetlana L. Shambina

Abstract

This article contains data of longitudinal and transverse deformations of concrete and cement-sand prisms impregnated with mineral I-30A, corn and olive oil, under axial compression up to loads that do not create destructive stresses. The stress level, as the ratio of the compressive stress σ to the design compressive strength Rb, varied from 0.054 σ/Rb to 0.845 σ/Rb. The values of deformation for various axial compression loads are presented for control samples and for samples impregnated with mineral oil I-30A with a viscosity of 15 °E, corn oil with a viscosity of 9 °E, and olive oil with a viscosity of 11 °E on Engler scale. The data are associated with the research article “Influence of viscosity of vegetable and mineral oil on deformation properties of concrete and cement-sand mortar” (Alexander et al., 2018).

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