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Effect of boron and water-to-cement ratio on the performances of laboratory prepared Belite-Ye'elimite-Ferrite (BYF) cements
The effect of superplasticiser, borax and the water-to-cement ratio on BYF hydration and mechanical strengths has been studied. Two laboratory-scale BYF cements—st-BYF (with -C2S and orthorhombic C4A3 S) and borax-activated ...
Portland and belite cement hydration acceleration by C-S-H seeds with variable w/c ratios
The acceleration of very early age cement hydration by C-S-H seeding is getting attention from scholars and field applications because the enhanced early age features do not compromise later age performances. This acceleration ...
Influence of curing temperature on belite cement hydration: a comparative study with Portland cement
Belite cements (BCs) could be a more sustainable binder than Portland cements (PCs) but adequate knowledge of the hydration features has still to be built. In particular, the mild curing hydration temperature effects have ...
Belite hydration at high temperature and pressure by in situ synchrotron powder diffraction
Portland cements are currently used as Oil‐Well‐Cements for the sheath between the metal casing and the borehole. At high pressures and temperatures, the resulting C-S-H gel(s) is partly unstable and it can react to give ...