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Nedeljković, Marija (author), Ghiassi, B. (author), van der Laan, Sieger (author), Li, Z. (author), Ye, G. (author)
The effect of curing conditions (sealed and unsealed) on the pore solution composition and carbonation resistance of different binary alkali-activated fly ash (FA) and ground granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) pastes is investigated in this study. The studied mixtures were with FA/GBFS ratios of 100:0, 70:30; 50:50, 30:70, 0:100. Ordinary...
journal article 2019
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Gao, P. (author), Zhang, Tong Sheng (author), Wei, Jiang Xiong (author), Yu, Qi Jun (author)
Graded blended cement made of graded Portland cement (PC), blast furnace slag (BFS) and fly ash (FA) is attractive for cement production. For manufacturing graded blended cement, a suitable mathematical expression should be introduced to describe the particle size distribution (PSD) of its components and control the quality of graded blended...
journal article 2018
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Gao, P. (author)
For optimization of the use of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs), i.e. blast furnace slag (BFS) and fly ash (FA), in cementitious system a numerical model for simulating the hydration and microstructure development of blended cements can be used. Several models have been proposed in recent years to simulate the hydration and...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Justino de Lima, C.L. (author), Veer, F.A. (author), Copuroglu, Oguzhan (author), Nijsse, R. (author)
Despite a large number of products developed from waste materials, most of them consist of non-transparent applications, partly because it is a challenge to get transparent materials at reasonable temperatures from these waste products. In this work, we produced transparent glass samples incorporating slag and fly ash into a phosphate glass...
journal article 2018
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Saraber, A.J. (author)
Coal fly ash is widely used in as raw material in concrete industry because it can replace part of the cement and fly ash contributes to improve certain properties of concrete. As a way to reduce the contribution of coal fired power plants to the climate change, more and more coal is replaced by biomass. To keep fly ash as a valuable resource...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Yliniemi, J.H. (author), Pesonen, Janne (author), Tanskanen, Pekka (author), Peltosaari, Olli (author), Tiainen, Minna (author), Nugteren, H.W. (author), Illikainen, Mirja (author)
Abstract: The increasing amount of fluidized bed combustion (FBC) ash is putting pressure on researchers to invent novel methods for utilizing the ash. The low reactivity and heavy metal content constrict the use of FBC ash in the same way as coal ash from pulverized combustion. Four FBC fly ashes from different power plants were granulated...
journal article 2017
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Nedeljković, M. (author), Arbi Ghanmi, K. (author), Zuo, Y. (author), Ye, G. (author)
The performances of alkali activated materials (AAM) are strongly related to their microstructures. The microstructure development is mainly affected by chemistry of the primary raw materials. In the present study the influence of different proportions of fly ash and slag (100:0, 70:30, 50:50, 30:70, 0:100 wt.%, named S0, S30, S50, S70, S100,...
conference paper 2016
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Ogundiran, MB (author), Nugteren, H.W. (author), Witkamp, G.J. (author)
Combined management of coal combustion fly ash and waste aluminium anodising etching solutions using geopolymerisation presents economic and environmental benefits. The possibility of using waste aluminium anodising etching solution (AES) as activator to produce fly ash geopolymers in place of the commonly used silicate solutions was explored...
journal article 2016
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Arbi Ghanmi, K. (author), Nedeljković, Marija (author), Zuo, Y. (author), Ye, G. (author)
Alkali-activated materials (AAM) have received increasing interest during the past few decades due to their environmental and technological advantages. However the durability of these binders is still considered as an unproven issue that needs to be addressed before their commercial adoption and large-scale production. The present work is...
conference paper 2016
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Arbi, K.A. (author), Nedeljkovic, M. (author), Zuo, Y. (author), Grunewald, S. (author), Keulen, A. (author), Ye, G. (author)
This paper presents an investigation on workability and strength of geopolymer concrete made of fly ash (FA), blast furnace slag (BFS) and a multicompound activator of Na2SiO3 and NaOH solutions. The FA/BFS ratios were 100:0, 70:30, 60:40, 50:50, 40:60, 30:70 and 0:100. The workability of geopolymer concretes was performed by using slump test...
conference paper 2015
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Yu, Z. (author)
Fly ash is a by-product of burning coal in electric power generating plants. It is commonly known that owing to its pozzolanic properties fly ash is widely used as a partial replacement for Portland cement in concrete. The use of fly ash in concrete not only reduces the landfill costs of fly ash, but also reduces the use of Portland cement in...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Ma, Y. (author)
Alkali activated fly ash (AAFA), also named “geopolymer”, has emerged as a novel engineering material in the construction industry. This material is normally formed by the reaction between fly ash and aqueous hydroxide or alkali silicate solution. With proper mix design, AAFA can present comparable or superior engineering properties to Portland...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Zhang, Z. (author), Qian, S. (author)
Crack is called the intrinsic flaw of concrete that is inevitable for concrete infrastructures during their service life. The presence of crack offer aggressive agent access to pass through, which has a direct impact on durability, therefore resulting in shortened service life. Nevertheless, the influence of crack on the durability can be...
conference paper 2013
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Ishikawa, Y. (author)
In recent studies, it has been recognized that concrete deterioration is accelerated by the growth of fine cracks of a few micron meters in width induced by dry shrinkage and/or freezing damage. There have been great expectations for research on concrete that self-heals these fine cracks. Recent research (for example, Taniguchi et al. in the 3rd...
conference paper 2013
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Valcke, S.L.A. (author), Polder, R.B. (author), Beijersbergen van Henegouwen, J.F. (author)
conference paper 2012
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Polder, R.B. (author)
A review is given of research on the durability performance of concrete made with blast furnace slag and fly ash related to chloride induced reinforcement corrosion, carried out in the Netherlands, where slag has been used in cement for almost a century. Results are presented from field studies on concrete in marine environment and laboratory...
journal article 2012
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Nugteren, H.W. (author)
Minerals that are extracted from the earth’s crust to be directly used for their properties are called industrial minerals. This research shows that such minerals can also be produced from industrial residues, hence the name secondary industrial minerals. In this thesis coal fly ash is chosen as one of the industrial residues to work with. Since...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Pietersen, H.S. (author)
A Portland fly ash cement containing 20% of a fine fly ash and a blast furnace slag cement of approximately 290 days old were examined with analytical transmission electron microscopy, in order to examine the (local) microstructure in these cements in detail. In the Portland fly ash cement the fly ash reacted with CH resulting from the cement...
journal article 1999
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Pietersen, H.S. (author)
doctoral thesis 1993
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