Effect of High Temperature on Properties of Bricks Using Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as Aggregate Replacement

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This research investigates the influence of high temperature on the properties of bricks containing non-ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GBFS) as fine aggregate replacement. Replacement percentages were 0%, 25% and 50% by dry weight of fine aggregates. The manufactured bricks were exposed to 200°С, 400°С, 600°С, and 800°С for a constant duration of two hours after 28 days of curing. Tests were conducted according to both Egyptian Standard Specifications (ESS) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) in order to determine compressive strength, absorption percentage, oven-dry weight, and ultrasound pulse velocity. Also, loss in weight was performed. Compressive strength limit regarding load-bearing units was met by mix 1 at all tested temperatures. Mixes 2 and 3, resulted in compressive strength that satisfied the requirement for load-bearing units at temperatures ranging from room temperature to 600°С.Compressive strength obtained regarding mixes 2 and 3 met the requirements of non-load bearing units at 800°С. The control mix resulted in normal weight bricks when tested at the various temperatures till 600°С. At 800°С, mixes 2 and 3 yielded light weight and medium weight bricks, respectively. There was a significant reduction in mass when comparing the mass at 800°С with the corresponding mass at room temperature concerning the three mixes. Results showed that it is feasible to partially replace fine aggregate with GBFS even when bricks are subjected to elevated temperature.

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Khosrow Ghavami, Normando Perazzo Barbosa, Ulisses Targino Bezerra and Alexandr Zhemchuzhnikov

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227-239

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.600.227

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H. A. El Nouhy "Effect of High Temperature on Properties of Bricks Using Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as Aggregate Replacement", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 600, pp. 227-239, 2014

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March 2014

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