Composite Binder for Structural Cellular Concrete

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Non-autoclaved aerated concrete is the only viable alternative to gas silicate when organizing its manufacture on the basis of regional small and medium capacity production. This aims to improvement the competitive situation on the building materials market and optimizing the construction costs. The possibility of expanding the application field of this material due to the increase in strength characteristics while maintaining an unchanged average density is of special interest. The guarantee of proposed solutions economic and technical efficiency is the transition from traditional portland cement to composite binders based on it. The article discusses the quantity and composition of the mineral supplements feasibility to optimize the binder properties of the problem peculiarities to reduce consumption of cement and chemical modifiers that increase the rate of curing and totals of non-autoclaved aerated concrete investigated compatibility issues between components to eliminate their negative impact on the formation of porous structure of the final product.

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Dr. Denis Solovev

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53-58

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M.Y. Elistratkin et al., "Composite Binder for Structural Cellular Concrete", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 53-58, 2019

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February 2019

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