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TitleCEBs stabilised with geopolymeric binders: mechanical performance of dry-stack masonry
Author(s)Silva, Rui André Martins
Soares, Edgar
Oliveira, Daniel V.
Miranda, Tiago F. S.
Cristelo, Nuno
Oliveira, Juliana V.
KeywordsCEB
Alkaline activation
Fly-ash
Dry-stack masonry
Mechanical behaviour
Issue date10-Jun-2015
Abstract(s)The sustainability in the building industry is currently a sounding topic, seeking the development of more environmental friendly building materials. The incorporation of industrial wastes and the reuse of construction and demolition waste (CDW) in the production of building materials are methods being used to solve this problem. Furthermore, these methods contribute to fulfilling the targets defined by European Union for the valorisation of non-hazard waste. The construction with compressed earth blocks (CEBs) stabilised with geopolymeric binders is a solution that can contribute to this objective by incorporating both CDW (excavation soil) and industrial wastes. Despite some recent research done on this topic, it still deserves further investigation. This paper intends to contribute to the development of this topic by presenting an experimental program, continuing previous research. The experimental program is addressed to the mechanical characterisation of a dry-stack CEB (stabilised with geopolymer obtained from alkaline activation of fly ash) masonry system, and includes the evolution of the strength of the CEBs with the curing time. In general, the evolution of the strength of the CEBs cured under ambient condition was shown to be a slow process, which can have implications on the production process.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/38232
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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