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Chemical reactions in the geopolymerisation process using fly ash-based geopolymer: A review
(American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (AENSI Publisher), 2011-07)
The development of our world, demanding the power supply which is produced by combustion of coal. Unfortunately, the million of tons of fly ash and related-products have been generated. To overcome these problems, fly ash ...
Investigating the possibility of utilization of kaolin and the potential of metakaolin to produce green cement for construction purposes-A review
(INSInet Publication, 2011-09)
Geopolymers are inorganic alkali aluminosilicate gels, formed from reaction of mineral clays or aluminosilicate-bearing industrial wastes, and treated with alkali silicate solution at 40-80°C. Geopolymers have been studied ...
Comparative study on thermal, compressive, and wear properties of palm slag brake pad composite with other fillers
(Trans Tech Publications, 2011)
The attractive performance-to-cost ratio associated with the incorporation of waste material in composite formulations used to produce brake pads has stimulated the idea of exploring the possible incorporation of additional ...
Influence of solids-to-liquid and activator ratios on calcined kaolin cement powder
(Elsevier BV, 2011)
This paper summarizes the effect of activator ratio on the processing of cement powder. Geopolymer slurry was produced via alkaline activation of calcined kaolin. Once the geopolymer slurry solidified, it was crushed and ...