Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Mechatronics, Materials, Chemistry and Computer Engineering 2015

Research on the influence of steel slag powder, slag power, and fly ash on the performance of concrete

Authors
Kaiqiang Song, FuTian Liu
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Kaiqiang Song
Available Online December 2015.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icmmcce-15.2015.545How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Composite admixture, performance, mechanical properties, hydration, excitation.
Abstract
In this paper, steel slag powder, slag powder and fly ash mixed with different proportions, equivalent replacement of cement, as concrete admixture, study the effect of the admixture on the performance and mechanical properties of concrete, and through the XRD, SEM, differential thermal and other micro testing means, discusses its hydration characteristic. The results show that: when the total amount of the admixture is less than 40%, the increase of its total content is beneficial to improve the working performance and mechanical properties of concrete, and the best ratio is steel slag powder: slag power: fly ash =1:2:1. The results of the study have found that the hydration products of the cementitious materials are the same as that of the pure cement. Early, cementitious materials activity are low, but later, under Ca(OH)2 excitation, cementitious materials began to hydrolysis, produce hydrated calcium silicate, hydrated calcium aluminate, and the hardened paste structure is more dense.
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