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Research for the production of blast furnace cement mortar using an alkaline activation method
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 Title & Authors
Research for the production of blast furnace cement mortar using an alkaline activation method
Shin, Jae-Ran; Lee, Ju-Yeol; Park, Byung-Hyun;
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 Abstract
This study was performed in order to obtain the effect of the compressive strength of the cured product with manufacturing conditions (amounts of fine aggregate and different types of alkali activator). Material which is the basis of the cured product was used for the blast furnace slag, which has a latent hydraulic activity. Consequently, when using sodium hydroxide as the alkali activator, it is possible to obtain a higher compressive strength than using the calcium hydroxide. And also, it can be added a 10% of fine aggregate with blast furnace slag to improve the compressive strength.
 Keywords
Blast Furnace Slag;Aqueous Alkali solution;Mortar;Compressive strength;Fine aggregate;
 Language
Korean
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