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Analysis of Resistance Characteristics of Conductive Concrete Using Press-Electrode Method

Authors: Chun-Yao Lee, Siang-Ren Wang


This paper aims to discuss the influence of resistance characteristic on the high conductive concrete considering the changes of voltage and environment. The high conductive concrete with appropriate proportion is produced to the press-electrode method. The curve of resistivity with the changes of voltage and environment is plotted and the changes of resistivity are explored.

Keywords: conductive concrete, resistivity.

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