Composite Technologies for 2020: Proceedings of the Fourth by L. Ye

By L. Ye

The Asian-Australasian organization for Composite fabrics (AACM) has been enjoying a number one function within the box of composite technology and know-how seeing that its inception in 1997.

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The chemical composition of these materials was analyzed using XRD technique (Table I). It is noticeable that no lead was detected in the MG sample. 23 - Notations Used The following notations were used to distinguish the ECO-cement samples: WGC - for window glass (WG) cement; MGC - for monitor glass (MG) cement; BBGC - for brown bottle glass (BBG) cement; GBGC - for green bottle glass (GBG) cement. Mixture Proportioning The strength properties of five cement samples were investigated. These included cements based on high performance cement technology with different types of waste glass (WG, MG, BBG and GBG) and reference cement.

75 was used for all mortars. These mortars were produced at a reduced water /cement ratio (W/C) adjusted to obtain a flow range of 140-190 mm. 5 were used. Preparation of Specimens Clinker was pre-ground in a ball mill for 60 minutes for subsequent use in the research program. Waste glass samples were washed to remove organic contaminants and crushed in the laboratory jaw crusher to a maximum size of 4 mm. Samples of glass cement were obtained by grinding a mixture composed of 35% pre-ground clinker, 5% gypsum, 10% complex admixture and 50% waste glass.

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