Research on Polypropylene Fiber and Mineral Admixtures on Fluidity of Cement-Based Materials
The purpose of this paper is based on the cement-based materials by adding fibers and mineral admixtures for composite, to cement the improvement of liquidity. Experiment with the intensity level of 42.5 ordinary portland cement, by adding polypropylene fibers, slag and fly ash cement mortar as a mineral admixture, the production of cement mortar matrix for the test, were conducted on a variety of mix Fluidity test. Experiments show that the addition of polypropylene fiber is not conducive to the mobility of mortar, especially monofilament fiber was more obvious than the reticular fibers. To join the slag, fly ash, mortar fluidity increased, indicating that slag and fly ash added to improve the workability of cement-based materials. When the fiber content reaches the maximum degree of maximum flow, indicating that slag, fly ash and polypropylene fibers will increase the combined effect of fluidity value. This innovation is obtained by adding fiber cement-based materials for toughening effect, with the use of mineral admixture can improve the overall performance of cement based materials, with further research and promotion value.
Liangchi Zhang, Chunliang Zhang and Zichen Chen
X. F. Li and T. Guo, "Research on Polypropylene Fiber and Mineral Admixtures on Fluidity of Cement-Based Materials", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 328-330, pp. 1301-1304, 2011