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Early hydration study of standard and doped Alite-Belite-Ye’elimite (ABY) cements through Synchrotron Radiation
The manufacturing of ye'elimite-rich cements releases from 15 to 37%, depending on their composition, less CO2 to the atmosphere than ordinary Portland cement (OPC). BYF cements containing belite, ye’elimite and ferrite ...
Clinkering of calcium sulfoaluminate clinkers: polymorphism of ye'elimite
The manufacture of CSA cements is more environmentally friendly than that of OPC as it releases less CO2. This reduction depends on CSA composition and is due to three factors: i) less emissions from decarbonation in the ...
Synchrotron x-ray pair distribution function: A tool to characterize cement gels
Cement matrices contain large amounts of crystalline phases jointly with amorphous and/or nanocrystalline phases. Consequently, their analyses are very challenging. Synchrotron powder diffraction in combination with the ...
Synchrotron Pair Distribution Function analyses of Ye’elimite-based pastes
The study of nanocrystalline phase atomic ordering is intrinsically complicated. The presence of additional crystalline phase(s) exacerbates this challenge. Here, we use the synchrotron pair distribution function (PDF) to ...
Multiscale understanding of tricalcium silicate hydration reactions
(Nature Publishing Group, 2018-06)
Tricalcium silicate, the main constituent of Portland cement, hydrates to produce crystalline calcium hydroxide and calcium-silicate-hydrates (C-S-H) nanocrystalline gel. This hydration reaction is poorly understood at ...