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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, ...
Mechanical and electromagnetic performance of cement based composites containing different replacement levels of ground granulated blast furnace slag, fly ash, silica fume and rice husk ash
In this study, cement additives were replaced with cement in mortar mixtures by mass. Mortar specimens were prepared with different additives and dosages which were mechanically and electromagnetically tested. According ...
Production of new electromagnetic wave shielder mortar using waste mill scales
Electromagnetic (EM) wave shielder mortar can be produced by mixing cement, natural limestone, tap water with mill scale (mill scale-I and mill scale-II) which is one of the biggest disposal area problems of the iron-steel ...
Synergetic effect of waste tire rubber and mil scale on electromagnetic wave attenuation properties of new generation mortar
In this study, the behaviors of cement based building materials containing a certain amount of crumb rubbers (CR) and mill scales as additives were explored. For this purpose, five different CR content by volume of the ...
Compressive strength prediction models for cementitious composites with fly ash using machine learning techniques
In this study, it was proposed a novel prediction model to predict compressive strength of mortar samples having different properties. For this purpose, 8 different fly ashes were used in mortar mixture as a replacement ...