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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 ...
Quantitative disentanglement of nanocrystalline phases in cement pastes by synchrotron ptychographic X-ray tomography
Mortars and concretes are ubiquitous materials with very complex hierarchical microstructures. To fully understand their main properties and to decrease their CO2 footprint, a sound description of their spatially resolved ...
Synthesis and scaled-up of non-active and active Belite-Alite-Ye'elimite clinker (BAY)
Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is an environmentally contentious material, as for every ton of OPC produced, ~0.97 tons of CO2 are released. This opens the need of designing new formulations of cements formed by low calcite ...
Synthesis and behavior of Belite-Alite-Ye’elimite (BAY) cement
Ye’elimite based cements have been studied since 70’s years in China, due to the irrelevant characteristics from a hydraulic and environmental point of view. One of them is the reduced fuel consumption, related to the lower ...
Synthesis of active Belite-Alite-Ye'elimite clinker (BAY)
Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is an environmentally contentious material, as for every ton of OPC produced, on average, 0.97 tons of CO2 are released. Ye'elimite-rich cements are considered as eco-cements because their ...
Local structure and Ca/Si ratio in C-S-H gels from hydration of blends of tricalcium silicate and silica fume
At the microscale, C-S-H gels from alite, or neat Portland cements, has a Ca/Si ratio close to 1.80. At the nanoscale, C-S-H is described by a defective tobermorite structure which allows a maximum Ca/Si ratio close to ...