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Table 1 Abbreviation and composition of tested mortars

From: Freeze-thaw durability of repair mortars and porous limestone: compatibility issues

Name Binder Aggregate Unit (C:L:LS:Q)
Cement (C) Lime (L) Limestone sand (LS) Quartz sand (Q)
A Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 1–2 Ø 0.25–0.5 1:1:3:1
B Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 1–2 1:1:4:0
C Portland pozzolanic cement Quicklime Ø 1–2 1:1:4:0
D Portland pozzolanic cement + portland cement Ø 1–2 1 + 0.25:0:4:0
T Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 0.2–0.4 1:0.25:0:4
T50 Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 1–2 Ø 0.2–2.0 1:0.25:5:4
R Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 0.3–0.5 1:0.3:0:3
R50 Portland cement Hydrated lime Ø 1–2 Ø 0.2–2.0 1:0.3:4:3
K Portland pozzolanic cement Hydrated lime Ø 0.3–0.5 1:0.3:0:3.5
K50 Portland pozzolanic cement Hydrated lime Ø 1–2 Ø 0.2–2.0 1:0.3:4:3.5
  1. Limestone sand was 1–2 mm in diameter, while quartz sand was 0.2–2 mm. Last column shows the proportions of binder and aggregate (C, L, LS, and Q)