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Theodor Staněk – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • investigation on early hydration of ternary portland cement Blast Furnace Slag metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.

  • Investigation on early hydration of ternary Portland cement-BlastFurnace Slag–metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.

Martin Bohac – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • investigation on early hydration of ternary portland cement Blast Furnace Slag metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.

  • Investigation on early hydration of ternary Portland cement-BlastFurnace Slag–metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.

Martin Palou – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • investigation on early hydration of ternary portland cement Blast Furnace Slag metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.

  • Investigation on early hydration of ternary Portland cement-BlastFurnace Slag–metakaolin blends
    Construction and Building Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: Martin Bohac, Martin Palou, Radoslav Novotný, Jiří Másilko, Dalibor Vsianský, Theodor Staněk

    Abstract:

    Abstract The paper investigates the hydration of ternary blends comprising Portland cement, BlastFurnace Slag and metakaolin. The isothermal calorimetry and “in situ” X-ray diffraction was used to evaluate the effect of metakaolin and BlastFurnace Slag on the early hydration of blends. XRD, DTA and SEM were used to analyze the hardened paste after 1 month of hydration. Metakaolin influences significantly the kinetics, mechanism and products of hydration at initial period of hydration causing the rapid formation of ettringite. Hemicarbonate aluminate hydrate is formed as a product of ettringite conversion due to the presence of reactive calcite in Portland cement.