Influence of Acid-Activated Micro-Dispersed Additive on the Properties of Cement Sulphate-Resistant Compositions
Victoria Petropavlovskaya, Tatiana Novichenkova, Kirill Petropavlovskii, Maria Zavadkodownload PDF
Abstract. Research is devoted to the possibility of obtaining a composition based on a microdispersed ash additive and a plasticizer. Waste from sewage sludge ash used. They are formed at thermal power plants. Such ashes are distinguished by the presence of a large amount of organic matter and a low calcium content. Therefore, they are rarely used in construction. The activation of the waste fuel and the use of a plasticizer can improve the performance of cement compositions with the inclusion of sewage sludge ash.
Ash, Waste, Activation, Microdispersed Additive, Microspheres, Cement
Published online 1/5/2022, 8 pages
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Citation: Victoria Petropavlovskaya, Tatiana Novichenkova, Kirill Petropavlovskii, Maria Zavadko, Influence of Acid-Activated Micro-Dispersed Additive on the Properties of Cement Sulphate-Resistant Compositions, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 285-292, 2022
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