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MLR & ANN approaches for prediction of compressive strength of alkali activated EAFS
(Techno Press, 2018)
In this study alkali activation of Electric Arc Furnace Slag (EAFS) is studied with a comprehensive test program. Three different silicate moduli (1-1,5-2), three different sodium concentrations (4%-6%-8%) for each silicate ...
Utilization of boron waste borogypsum in mortar
In this study, mortars containing borogypsum (MCB) were investigated to understand the effect of borogypsum on mortars and if borogypsum could be used as a mineral admixture in the mortars. Borogypsum were replaced with ...
Effect of n-CaCO3 on fresh, hardened properties and acid resistance of granulated blast furnace slag added mortar
Nano size CaCO3 (n-CaCO3) particles were used as an additive into the Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) added mortar to investigate their effects on fresh, hardened properties and acid resistance. Setting time, ...
Alkali activation of electric arc furnace slag: Mechanical properties and micro analyzes
Research on sustainable concrete has drawn scientist's attentions on industrial by-products and wastes. Thus, consumption of raw materials would be diminished. In this study alkali activation of electric arc furnace slag ...
High-temperature effect on mechanical properties of fiber reinforced concretes including waste tire rubber
In this paper, concretes including three different fiber types (carbon steel fiber [CSF], forta ferro fiber [FFF], and polypropylene fiber [PPF]) with different percentages by volume (0.5%, 1%, and 1.5%) and crumb rubber ...
Investigation of the Effect of Alkali Curing on the Strength Properties of GBFS-Added Composites
(American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2022)
Large amounts of waste products have been and most probably will continue to be produced with urbanization, industrialization, and technological developments. The study presented herein is devoted to using blast furnace ...