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The strength gain of four-component cements containing blast-furnace slag, fly ash and ground limestone was optimized, with clinker replacement equal ...
Issue №1, 2017
Section: Application of cement
Keywords: composite cements, clinker, slag, fly ash, limestone, strength
Autor: M. Mueller, H.-M. Ludwig, M. Ben Haha, M. Zajac.
Different strategies for the production of cementitious materials on the basis of mineralogical argumentations are described. Besides optimization of ...
Issue №2, 2016
Section: Ecology and safety
Keywords: cement production, CO2 emission, replacement of clinker, composite cements
Autor: Pöllmann H.
Composite cements, i.e. cements with several main constituents, are becoming more and more important due to their excellent practical performance as w...
Issue №3, 2016
Section: Standartization and quality
Keywords: composite cement, CO2 abatement, heat of hydration, resistance to chemical attack, workability, conformity evaluation, marketing
Autor: M. Schneider, S. Baetzner.
The microstructure of hydration products of composite cement containing as mineral additives granulated blast-furnace slag (10%), flask &#...
Issue №5, 2010
Section: Science and production
Keywords: composite cement; mineral additives; hydration products; mycrostructure
Autor: L.D. Shakhova, D.E. Kucherov.
Composite cements consisting of CEM I Portland cement and 30 % replacement by mixtures of calcined clays and limestone have been studied. The calc...
Issue №5, 2012
Section: Science and production
Keywords: composite cement, calcined clay, limestone, CO2 reduction
Autor: M. Steenberg, D. Herfort, S.L. Poulsen, J. Skibsted, J.S. Damtoft.
The European cement standard EN 197-1 defines Portland composite cements (CEM II-M) which are characterized by two or more main constituents i...
Issue №1, 2011
Section: Application of cement
Keywords: cement standard; durability; Portland composite cement; granulated blast furnace slag
Autor: R. Härdtl, M. Dietermann, K. Schmidt.
Today the manufacturing of cements with less Portland cement (OPC) clinker is one of the most important levers in order to reduce the specific...
Issue №4, 2014
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: composite cements, blast furnace slag, fly ash
Autor: V. Feldrappe, A. Ehrenberg.
The influence of methods of grinding on the activity of composite and slag-alkali cements on the basis of electric steel slag is established. Construc...
Issue №4, 2013
Section: Science and production
Keywords: centrifugal-impact grinding, composite cement, slag-alkali binder, electric steel slag
Autor: I.S. Khripacheva, M.S. Garkavy, A.V. Artamonova, K.M. Voronin.
The paper deals with the possibility of using heattreated wastes from coal dumps. The data on the impact of these wastes on the properties of composit...
Issue №6, 2013
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: coal mining wastes, thermal treatment, composite cement
Autor: V.V. Tokarchuk, V.A. Svidersky, V.Yu. Sokoltsov, S.V. Semiryagin.
The effect of curing conditions and the amount of gypsum as part of composite cements with carbonatecontaining additives on their strength was examine...
Issue №2, 2014
Section: Science and production
Keywords: composite cements, carbonates, mineral additive, strength
Autor: V.K. Kozlova, A.M. Sokolov, A.M. Manokha, E.Yu. Malova, E.V. Bozhok.

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