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Title: Aspects of Technology for Cementless Mortar from Wastes of the Abakan TPP
Author(s): S. I. Pavlenko, V. I. Malyshkin, and V. V. Tkachenko
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 815-834
Keywords: cementless concrete; high-calcium fly ash;
mechanochemistry; model method; planetary activator mill; silica
fume; slag sand; thermal treatment
Abstract:In the process of a long-term study of fine cementless mortar from wastes of thermal power plants (TPP) and other industries, aspects of its tech-nology were determined which were as follows: power 1. Processing slag (also known as bottom plant to sand of 0 to 5 mm size fraction. ash) from the Abakan thermal 2. Grinding fly ash to a fineness of 700 to 750 m2/kg with the use of mechanochemical activation process. 3. Using two - stage thermal treatment of cementless mortar mixture and determining optimal regimes for secondary thermal treatment. 4. Using a model method for concrete development. The application of cementless ash slag mortars non- load - bearing concrete profitability respectively. to load - bearing and
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