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Title: Influence of man-made aluminosilicate raw materials on physical and mechanical properties of building materials
Authors: Volodchenko, A. A.
Lesovik, V. S.
Stoletov, A. A.
Glagolev, E. S.
Volodchenko, A. N.
Magomedov, Z. G.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract: It has been identified that man-made aluminosilicate raw materials represented by clay rock of varied genesis can be used as energy-efficient raw materials to obtain efficient highly-hollow non-autoclaved silicate materials. A technique of structure formation in the conditions of pressureless steam treatment has been offered. Cementing compounds of nonautoclaved silicate materials based on man-made aluminosilicate raw materials possess hydraulic properties that are conditioned by the process of further formation and recrystallization of calcium silicate hydrates, which optimizes the ratio between gellike and crystalline components and densifies the cementing compound structure, which leads to improvement of performance characteristics. Increasing the performance characteristics of the obtained products is possible by changing the molding conditions. For this reason, in order to create high-density material packaging and, as a result, to increase the strength properties of the products, it is reasonable to use higher pressure, under which raw brick is formed, which will facilitate the increase of quality of highly-hollow products.
Description: Influence of man-made aluminosilicate raw materials on physical and mechanical properties of building materials / A. A. Volodchenko [et al.] // IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2018. - Vol.327. - 022104.
URI: http://dspace.bstu.ru/jspui/handle/123456789/2011
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