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Purdue: New concrete may lengthen bridge lifespan

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Purdue University researchers have developed a new high-performance concrete that engineers say should help bridges last longer and reduce maintenance costs. Professor Jason Weiss says testing shows the internally cured concrete is less prone to cracking and damage caused by deicing salt. Internal curing relies on water pockets that are formed by using small porous...

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