Data for: "An analytical model for the control of silica grout penetration in natural groundwater systems"

Dataset

Description

The data set contains 5 Excel Spreadsheets, about the viscosity tests conducted at Strathclyde on colloidal silica.

The dataset refers to the figures in "An analytical model for the control of silica grout penetration in natural groundwater systems", Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology incorporating Trenchless Technology
Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.tust.2017.06.023

Notes:
Figure 1
Gel time expressed in minutes
In column A the pH of the solution is reported.
In row 1 the electrolyte concentration of the accelerator is reported
Form B3 to I11 the experimental gel time is reported.

Figure 3
In column A the experimental gel time is reported
In colum B the slope of the viscosity curve, once gelled is reported. Slope was calculated between 1000mPas and 4010 mPas.

Figure 4
Viscosity measured by means of Brookfield digital viscosimeter Model DV-II
For each test, the first column is the viscosity in mPas, and the second column is the time elapsed from the mixing expressed in minutes.

Figure 5
Comparison between the experimental gel time (first column) and predicted gel time (second column) is reported.

Figure 6
Experimental viscosity curves for different grout designs are compared. For each case, the first column is the elapsed time (minutes) and the second column the viscosity (mPas).
Date made available1 Dec 2017
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production2017

Cite this

Pedrotti, M. (Creator), Wong, C. (Creator), El Mountassir, G. (Creator), Lunn, R. (Creator). (1 Dec 2017). Data for: "An analytical model for the control of silica grout penetration in natural groundwater systems". University of Strathclyde. Data_PURE(.xlsx), ReadMe(.txt). 10.15129/3b1c115f-2b02-4cd2-a4d2-0d587da8cfb0