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The article discusses the experience of using expanded perlite in cement composites, the degree of its influence on the properties of the concrete mix...
Issue №4, 2023
Section: Concrete
Keywords: lightweight aggregate, perlite, internal cure, shrinkage
Autor: A.M. Kharitonov,, A.S. Sidorova, D.M. Andreev.
Due to their low weight and low thermal conductivity, refractory heat-insulating materials can significantly reduce the weight of the lining of high-t...
Issue №1, 2020
Section: Refractories
Keywords: heat-insulating refractories, lightweight, lining of thermal units, apparent density, bulk density, thermal conductivity, porous filler, burnout additive, microspheres
Autor: S.A. Pomortsev, N.A. Bosyakova, E.V. Stepanova.
The paper presents the results of a study of the structure and physical mechanical properties (medium density, compressive strength and water abso...
Issue №5, 2019
Section: Concrete
Keywords: large-pore lightweight concrete, complex nano-despersed additive, cavitation-treated expanded clay gravel, structure, physicomechanical properties, adhesive strength
Autor: N.P. Lukuttsova, A.A. Pykin, Ye.V. Chivikova, I.V. Moskina.
The research is attempting to develop concrete that can self-heal cracks, potentially reducing costs of repair and maintenance work on infrastructure ...
Issue №5, 2017
Section: Concrete
Keywords: self-healing, bacteria, lightweight aggregates, encapsulation
Autor: K.A. Paine, M. Alazhari, T. Sharma, R. Cooper, A. Heath.
The laboratory investigation on the autogenous and total shrinkage of high strength concrete, and the ways of its reduction, are presented. Such concr...
Issue №5, 2016
Section: Concrete
Keywords: high strength concrete, autogenous shrinkage, drying shrinkage, fibres, lightweight aggregate
Autor: D. Saje.
Use of foam glass in the manufacture of lightweight Portland cement concretes cannot fail to raise questions about how it increases the risk of alkali...
Issue №4, 2015
Section: Concrete
Keywords: lightweight concrete, granulated foam glass, alkali-silica reactions
Autor: M.Y. Popov, B.G. Kim, V.E. Vaganov, A.S. Brykov.
Hollow microspheres of fly ash are free flowing fine powders obtained from waste ash of thermal power plants. The use of microspheres as fillers for c...
Issue №4, 2012
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: lightweight filler, ash microspheres, monitoring, modification of surface, spheroconcrete, spherosorbents, ion-exchange compounds, radioactive wastes
Autor: L.D. Danilin, V.S. Drozhzhin, M.D. Kuvayev, S.A. Kulikov, N.V. Maksimova, V.I. Malinov, I.V. Pikulin, S.A. Redyushev, A.N. Khovrin.

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