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Influence of fly ash blending on hydration and physical behavior of Belite-Alite-Ye'elimite cements
A cement powder, composed of belite, alite and ye’elimite, was blended with 0, 15 and 30 wt% of fly ash and the resulting lended cements were further characterized. During hydration, the presence of fly ash caused the ...
X-ray diffraction, cements and environment, three worlds in one
This keynote lecture will be focused on the strategies for reducing CO2 emissions in the cement production. Concretely, the production of ecocements with optimised formulations that yield reductions in CO2 emissions of up ...
Design and optimisation of new formulations of Belite-Alite Calcium Sulfoaluminate (BACSA) eco-cements
Belite Calcium SulfoAluminate (BCSA) eco-cements were developed as OPC substitutes since in their production release 22% less CO2 than OPC. BCSA eco-cements contain belite as main phase (>50 wt%) and ye'elimite as secondary ...
Synchrotron pair distribution function approach applied to cement samples
The characterization of the nanocrystalline/amorphous materials is very challenging but the presence of these materials mixed with large amounts of crystalline phases makes the analysis even more complicated. This is the ...
Rietveld Quantitative Phase Analysis of Oil Well Cement: in Situ Hydration Study at 150 Bars and 150 °C
(MDPI - Publisher of Open Access Journals, 2019-06)
Oil and gas well cements are multimineral materials that hydrate under high pressure and temperature. Their overall reactivity at early ages is studied by a number of techniques including through the use of the consistometer. ...
Synchrotron Radiation Pair Distribution Function Analysis of Gels in Cements
The analysis of atomic ordering in a nanocrystalline phase with small particle sizes, below 5 nm, is intrinsically complicated because of the lack of long-range order. Furthermore, the presence of additional crystalline ...
Synchrotron X-ray pair distribution function analysis of tricalcium silicate pastes
The analysis of nanocrystalline and amorphous components within cement pastes that contain high amounts of crystalline phases is very challenging. Synchrotron powder diffraction jointly with the pair distribution function ...
Water-to-cement ratio influence on low-carbon cements performances
Portland Cement (PC) is the most important active ingredient in most of the construction concrete. However, the PC production is associated with a high carbon dioxide release (around 1 ton of CO2 per ton of PC). One approach ...
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 ...
Diffraction for industries, businesses and health
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