Non-autoclaved aerated concrete made of modified binding composition containing supplementary cementitious materials
|Published in:||Budownictwo i Architektura, June 2014, n. 2, v. 13|
In this paper the impact of carbonate-containing and sulfate components, zeolite, polypropylene fibers on the properties of modified binding composition and non-autoclaved aerated concrete based on them is investigated. The aerated concrete based on the modified binding composition containing a supplementary cementitious material, that of carbonate-containing salt waste, reinforced with polypropylene fibers is characterized by the compressive strength of 2.7 MPa with the density of 650 kg/m³. The thickness of partitions between pores is 0.16 – 0.21 mm, and the number of pores with the size 0.2-1.0 mm is 76.4%.
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