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Influence of Steel Slag on Mechanical Properties of Concrete

Influence of Steel Slag on Mechanical Properties of Concrete

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Published by ASDF International in Tiruchengode, India .
Written in English


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ISBN 1081-933235-1-3
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Iron filings as shown in Figure 1 are mostly a byproduct of the grinding, filing, or milling of finished iron products, so their history largely tracks the development of iron. If certain use cannot be guaranteed for all materials i. Granulation of the BFS releases lower levels of hydrogen sulfide H2Swhich are associated with the water quenching operations. BFS used in asphalt or concrete poses no environmental ri sk because the slag is fully bound by bitumen or cement. Compression testing of a concrete cylinder Same cylinder after failure Engineers usually specify the required compressive strength of concrete, which is normally given as the day compressive strength in megapascals MPa or pounds per square inch psi. Marzouk et al.

The chemical composition of oxides in GGBS is similar to that of Portland cement but the proportion varies. There are few researchers claimed that by increasing the concentration of sodium [25] [33]mixing with NaOH [34] [35]or integrating waterglass [36] [37] [38] and introducing reactive admixtures such asMgO [39]lime [40] significantly can increase the mechanical strength. The results suggest that hybrid cement can be used prospectively in concrete for the same purposes as the blended cements of lower-strength classes, e. In studies to regulate and give concrete the necessary properties, a plasticizing additive of the firm Sika Visco Crete P and a mineral additive - microsilica were used. Information provided by Wang and Emery summarized these applications in a flow chart that links typical materials replaced with slag and the associated applications Figure 4. Roske et al.

Such inorganic material is activated by addition of alkaline waste water separated from the caustic red mud ponds and Na2SO4 obtained from alkaline waste water neutralization by H2SO4. Some qC problems when using steel slag resulted in the addition of a self-testing producer control program to the specifications. The 14 days strength of AAS1 was Zhai, K.


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Influence of Steel Slag on Mechanical Properties of Concrete Download PDF Ebook

The relative shrinkage and expansion of concrete and brickwork require careful accommodation when the two forms of construction interface. The optimum asphalt content 5.

Furthermore, it represents low amorphous material from a mixture of oxides of a relatively complex chemical composition. Tensile strength tests are conducted either by three-point bending of a prismatic beam specimen or by compression along the sides of a standard cylindrical specimen.

These results are similar with other studies that obtained the strength development of alkali activated slag increase with a larger amount of calcium in slag material [59] [60] [61]as a result of greater calcium dissolution and precipitation of C-A-S-H gel [62].

Compressive strength of blast furnace slag concrete with different dosage of slag was studied as a partial replacement of cement. The patent covers a method for limiting the release of organic materials into the environment during the construction of foundations by using a BFS ground very fine 2, to 5, Blaine fineness.

The quality of aggregate is highly important since approximately three-quarters of concrete volume are occupied by aggregate; it greatly affects the strength, durability and the structural performance of concrete [3].

Influence of fineness on the cementitious properties of steel slag

The FTIR measurement has been proposed to observe the movement of band that can present as well as the appearance of new band attributable to the formation of new chemical compounds. GGBFS concrete achieved comparable strengths to conventional concrete after 56 days.

However, the term fireproof is inappropriate, for high temperature fires can be hot enough to induce chemical changes in concrete, which in the extreme can cause considerable structural damage to the concrete. Properties Value Bulk Specific Gravity 3.

The concrete was also prepared by using these aggregates. The early age strength development of mixtures con- taining GGBS is highly dependent on temperature. In addition, the main factor that controls the setting time is the anion type of alkaline activator solution.

Granulation of the BFS releases lower levels of hydrogen sulfide H2Swhich are associated with the water quenching operations. This, in turn, reduced the workability of the paste, resulting improper compaction during casting.

Influence of Steel Fibres on Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer Concrete

The effect ratio of steel Influence of Steel Slag on Mechanical Properties of Concrete book and ferronickel slag which are the precursor materials on the compressive strength of the alkali-activated materials was investigated. Alkaline activator act as the accelerator in this reaction as they assist the almost instantaneous hardening compared to the reaction with water which then leads to longer setting time and slow hardening [24].

The amount of primary and secondary reinforcing in concrete structures contributes to a reduction in the amount of shrinkage, creep and cracking. Plastic-shrinkage cracks are immediately apparent, visible within 0 to 2 days of placement, while drying-shrinkage cracks develop over time.

Higher compressive strength is associated with the type of activator used in the synthesis. By replacing part of the cement with mineral admixturescement could be saved and improved the performance of concrete. The amorphous structure of pumice gives the possibility of expensive Portland cement to be replaced in part by a cheaper bonded binder - a fine-grained mixture of quicklime and aluminosilicate rock.

The authors suggest that this slag could be used in masonry mortars and low-traffic-volume roadways. These samples are compressed to failure. The chemical components Influence of Steel Slag on Mechanical Properties of Concrete book steel slag have total FeO and CaO of These destructive tests are not to be equated with nondestructive testing using a rebound hammer or probe systems which are hand-held indicators, for relative strength of the top few millimeters, of comparative concretes in the field.

The use of a high-range water reducer helped reduce the difference to 1, psi. The guide includes information on the definition, typical material characteris- tics, lists of appropriate standards, effect of supplementary cementitious materials SCms on concrete properties fresh and hardenedcontent recommendations, impact on produc- tion, placing and finishing, curing considerations, and qC requirements.

Properties of SFRC in both the freshly mixed and hardened state, including durability, are a consequence of its composite nature. It takes into account the results of measurements of thermal conductivity, thermal resistivity, thermal diffusivity and the results of compressive strength, density as well as energy storage capacity calculated from the knowledge of the above measured parameters.Apr 13,  · In this paper, the influence of fineness on the cementitious properties of steel slag and the properties of cement containing steel slag with different finenesses were investigated.

The results show that increasing the fineness can significantly enhance the early as well as the late cementitious properties of steel tjarrodbonta.com by: The results indicate that the steel fibers and iron filings have influence on the thermal and mechanical properties of the concretes tested, thus the iron filings and steel fibers reinforced concrete is suitable for better solar/thermal energy storage due to an increase in storage capacity over plain concrete.

properties of concrete made with steel slag aggregate are comparable to the reference dolomite concrete up to the temperature of ca.

°C, while at higher temperatures, steel slag exhibits mineral transformation followed by unstable volumetric expansion which reflected negatively on the residual properties of slag based concrete mixtures.A.

Nazari and S. Riahi, “The effects of Pdf 2 nanoparticles on physical, thermal and mechanical properties of concrete using ground granulated blast furnace slag as binder,” Materials Science and Engineering: A, vol.pp. –, View at: Publisher Site | Google ScholarCited by: 3.Use of Steel Slag Aggregate in Pavements.

As a result, a literature review was conducted to examine the properties of steel slag aggregate (SSA) and its use as an aggregate for pavements. The discussion below condenses the literature Use of Steel Slag Aggregate in Pavements Report - November Influence of Ebook Fibres on Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer Concrete.

Lee, H.K.: Setting and mechanical ebook of alkali-activated fly ash/slag concrete manufactured at room temperature. Pulgur A., Divakar L., Chethan Gowda R.K., Nagesh B. () Influence of Steel Fibres on Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer Concrete. Author: Abhishek Pulgur, L.

Divakar, R. K. Chethan Gowda, B.

Effect of blast furnace slag powder on compressive strength of concrete

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