COMPOSITIONAL DEVELOPMENT (SOLID AND AQUEOUS PHASE) IN AGED SLAG AND FLY ASH BLENDED CEMENT PASTES.

  • Lachowski E
  • Glasser F
  • KINDNESS A
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Abstract

A comprehensive compositional and microstructural examination has been made of cements, blended with fly ash (class 'F') and blast furnace slag, cured for 6 years. The evolution of the phase assemblage is continuing; some unreacted slag and fly ash remain. The reactivity of fly ash particles is particularly variable, ranging from completely unreacted to almost totally consumed. Pore fluid compositions were determined on solutions following extraction under high pressure.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Blended cement
  • curing
  • microstructure
  • phase composition
  • pore solution

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Authors

  • E E Lachowski

  • F P Glasser

  • A KINDNESS

  • K Luke

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