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|Title:||From NORM by-products to building materials|
Sanjuán, M. A.
Aguiar, J. L. Barroso de
Provis, J. L.
Activity concentration index
|Journal:||Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering|
|Citation:||Labrincha J., Puertas F., Schroeyers W., Kovler K., Pontikes Y., Nuccetelli C., Krivenko P., Kovalchuk O., Petropavlovsky O., Komljenovic M., Fidanchevski E., Wiegers R., Volceanov E., Gunay E., Sanjuán M. A., Ducman V., Angjusheva B., Bajare D., Kovacs T., Bator G., Schreurs S., Aguiar J. B., Provis J. L. From NORM by-products to building materials, Naturally Occuring Radioactive Materials in Construction, pp. 183-252, 9780081020009, 2017|
|Abstract(s):||Within this chapter, four main groups of construction materials that allow the reuse of large quantities of by-products are considered: (1) those based on Portland cements (both as cement itself and as concrete), (2) those based on the alkali activation of different industrial products (mainly ground-granulated blast-furnace slag and fly ash), (3) ceramics and glass-ceramics, and (4) gypsum, in particular phosphogypsum. Particular emphasis is placed upon the types of by-product that could be used in the preparation of these construction materials and on the technical and chemical aspects that govern the reuse. For each by-product a separate section deals on (1) the technical (and chemical) aspects of the use as a construction material and on (2) the resulting radiological properties of the construction material. The considered by-products themselves and their radiological properties are discussed more in detail in Chapter 6.|
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