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TitleInfluence of biomass fly ash on hydration and carbonation of cementitious materials
Author(s)Teixeira, E. R.
Camões, Aires
Fernando, F. G.
KeywordsBiomass fly ash
Carbonation
Cement
Hydration
Pastes
Pulp and paper industry
Issue dateMar-2019
PublisherRILEM
CitationTeixeira E. R., Camões A., Branco F. G. Influence of Biomass Fly Ash on Hydration and Carbonation of Cementitious Materials, International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019), Vol. Durability, monitoring and repair of structures, pp. 428-435, 2019
Abstract(s)Biomass fly ashes (BFA) properties allow their utilization as an alkaline material and good results are obtained when they are incorporated in concrete. Its utilization can minimize problems associated with cement production and with ash management. An experimental investigation was conducted to study the hydration and carbonation of cementitious materials with biomass fly ash. In this study BFA was incorporated on the weight of binder to produce some cementitious pastes and the hydration and carbonation of those pastes were studied. The results obtained show that BFA has a similar behaviour on the hydration of pastes than coal fly ash that is the pozzolanic material most used worldwide. Moreover, its utilization gives alkalinity to the paste mixtures that minimizes the carbonation effect. Thus, it seems
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/63242
ISBN978-2-35158-217-6
Vol 3. 978-2-35158-225-1
e-ISBN978-2-35158-218-3
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessRestricted access (UMinho)
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