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Sustainable binder for severe environment: Magnesium-based cementitious material
Qiao F.; Ding Z.; Li Z.
2010-12-01
Source PublicationConcrete under Severe Conditions: Environment and Loading - Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions, CONSEC'10
Volume2
Pages983-990
AbstractIn this paper, a severe environmental sustainable binder, Magnesium- Phosphate Cement (MPC), is introduced. The magnesium cement can be obtained by properly mixing magnesia particles, fly ash, phosphate and other additives. In the paper, the recent developments of the material at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology are presented. The investigation shows that the material has superior properties to the Portland cement such as high early strength, excellent volume stability, better acid resistance, good fire resistance, ability of setting and hardening under freezing conditions, and excellent resistance to deicer scaling freezing and thawing cycling. Comparing to Portland cement, hence, magnesium phosphate cement is more suitable for applications in severe environmental conditions. © 2010 Taylor & Francis Group, London.
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Language英語
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Document TypeConference paper
CollectionUniversity of Macau
AffiliationHong Kong University of Science and Technology
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Qiao F.,Ding Z.,Li Z.. Sustainable binder for severe environment: Magnesium-based cementitious material[C],2010:983-990.
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