12th INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS CONGRESS PART H

Volume 69

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.69

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Authors: Pavel Vasiljevich Krivenko

Abstract: Beginning from 1957, a scientific school in Kiev (USSR) headed by Victor Glukhovsky has been developing a new direction in...

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Authors: Vlastimil Bílek

Abstract: Alkali-activated concretes are relatively well-known composites. They show good mechanical properties, good resistance to the attack of a...

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Authors: Zong Jin Li, Fei Qiao, Chung Kong Chau

Abstract: The recent development of two types of environmental friendly cementitious materials, magnesium oxychloride cement and magnesium phosphate...

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Authors: Christian Kaps, Marc Hohmann

Abstract: Two types of geopolymeric networks have been prepared and characterized: aluminosilicatic binders(1) generated of metaclays for composite...

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Authors: Yun Sheng Zhang, Wei Sun, Zong Jin Li

Abstract: Geopolymer is a novel type of inorganic cementitious materials, which has become a hot topic across the world. Geopolymerization process of...

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Authors: Monique Tohoué Tognonvi, Sylvie Rossignol, Jean Pierre Bonnet

Abstract: Consolidation of cementitious and geopolymeric materials involves silicate-based gel formation. This in situ mechanism is difficult to...

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Authors: Monique Tohoué Tognonvi, Séka Simplice Kouassi, Toyotaka Maeda, Julien Soro, Sylvie Rossignol, Jean Pierre Bonnet

Abstract: Consolidation of cements and geopolymers can be explained by the formation of alkali silicate or alumino-silicate gels formed in situ...

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Authors: Chayanee Tippayasam, Sansanee Boonsalee, Suvimol Sajjavanich, Chiara Ponzoni, Elie Kamseu, Duangrudee Chaysuwan

Abstract: Geopolymer has been developed as an alternative material to Portland cement. Geopolymer is based on the polymerization of alkaline...

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