Non-Autoclaved Aerated Concrete on the Basis of Composite Binder Using Technogenic Raw Materials


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Non-autoclaved aerated concrete certain advantages are significantly lower production organization costs and technology energy intensity due to the lack of autoclave curing, the possibility of different scales industries foundation as well as monolithic construction applications. All of this allows to solve complex problems of various purposes buildings erection, heat and noise insulation. Portland cement consumption significant reduction and material properties management can be achieved through use of composite binders containing local natural and technogenic components selected on the basis of their genesis and properties. The applicability of heavy concrete and ceramic bricks processing wastes as well as such large-tonnage extraction of iron ore as sandstones granulation selection as mineral additive for non-autoclaved aerated concrete production as well as a number of accompanying issues of the of a high-quality pore space structures formation control are considered in the present article.



Edited by:

Dr. Denis Solovev




V. S. Lesovik et al., "Non-Autoclaved Aerated Concrete on the Basis of Composite Binder Using Technogenic Raw Materials", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 205-211, 2019

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February 2019




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