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Fly ash-based geopolymer lightweight concrete using foaming agent
(MDPI, Basel, Switzerland., 2012-06)
In this paper, we report the results of our investigation on the possibility of producing foam concrete by using a geopolymer system. Class C fly ash was mixed with an alkaline activator solution (a mixture of sodium ...
Study on refractory materials application using geopolymer processing
(American Scientific Publishers, 2013-01)
Geopolymer is cementitious binders that do not require the presence of ordinary Portland cement (OPC). Class F fly ash with geopolymer formulations prepared with an alkaline activator (mixture of Na2SiO3 and NaOH solutions) ...
The effect of curing temperature on physical and chemical properties of geopolymers
(Elsevier BV, 2011)
Fly ash-based geopolymers required heat to increase the geopolymerization process in order to obtain higher compressive strength. As such, geopolymer samples were prepared using different curing temperatures (room temperature, ...
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 ...
Reviews on the different sources materials to the geopolymer performance
(AENSI Publisher All rights reserved, 2013-10)
Geopolymer is manufactured from the aluminosilicate source material in example fly ash, silica fume, kaolin, ground granulate blast slag (GGBS), boiler ash and volcano ash reactivated via alkaline solution. But the different ...