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The intensity of the alkali-silica reaction (ASR), a destructive interaction between alkalis and reactive SiO2 in materials containing Portland cement...
Issue №2, 2020
Section: Concrete
Keywords: Portland cement, alkali silica reaction, supplementary cementing materials, gravel aggregates, fly ash, zeolite
Autor: J. Zvironaite, J. Pranckeviciene, J. Skamat, R. Stonys, J. Malaiskiene.
Wall materials of stable quality are required for the construction of facilities in the Arctic zone of Russia. Portland cement-based foam concretes pr...
Issue №2, 2020
Section: Concrete
Keywords: foam concrete, Portland cement clinker, active mineral additives, cement with mineral additives, quartz-feldspar sand, zeolite, foam concrete mixture, monodisperse pore distribution, density, strength, freeze-thaw resistance, thermal conductivity
Autor: A.Y. Mestnikov, A.I. Kudyakov, V.N. Rozhin.
It has been demonstrated that using a complex two-component additive based on zeolite materials and wollastonite increases the strength of Portland ce...
Issue №4, 2015
Section: Science and production
Keywords: Portland cement, zeolite-containing raw materials, wollastonite, complex additive, activation, strength
Autor: A.A. Panina, T.L. Lygina.
This article describes the results of cement com- posites nanomodifier research. The strength and water impermeability increasing were achieved with u...
Issue №5, 2007
Section: Science and production
Keywords: nanoadditives, calcium silicate hydrate, cement stone, zeolite
Autor: A.S. Korolev, E.Sh. Khakimova, D.V. Makridin, E.A. Voloshin.
Analysis of expediency of oil-well materials usage which are produced by technology of dry mixing was made.
Issue №5, 2013
Section: Special binders
Keywords: alternative oil-well cement, borehole, zeolite, dry building mixtures, water reduction, acoustic cement bond logging.

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