Publication detail

Properties of new types of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement (green cement) and verification of their applicability for concrete production

VÁLEK, J. BODNÁROVÁ, L. HELA, R.

Original Title

Properties of new types of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement (green cement) and verification of their applicability for concrete production

English Title

Properties of new types of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement (green cement) and verification of their applicability for concrete production

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Current production of cement loads environment considerably and demands too much energy. International protocols require production of cement to decrease emissions of greenhouse gasses produced during firing of clinker. Mixed cements present an opportunity of decreasing ecological, energetic and economical demands of production of cement binders. The paper deals with testing properties of new types of cements, Portland cements mixed with lime stone. Compatibility of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement for production of concrete is mentioned as well as rheological properties of fresh cement pastes measured with rotary viscometer at different ages of paste. The paper states applicability of mentioned composite Portland cements in concrete and results of tests of physico-mechanical properties of concrete with this type of cement.

English abstract

Current production of cement loads environment considerably and demands too much energy. International protocols require production of cement to decrease emissions of greenhouse gasses produced during firing of clinker. Mixed cements present an opportunity of decreasing ecological, energetic and economical demands of production of cement binders. The paper deals with testing properties of new types of cements, Portland cements mixed with lime stone. Compatibility of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement for production of concrete is mentioned as well as rheological properties of fresh cement pastes measured with rotary viscometer at different ages of paste. The paper states applicability of mentioned composite Portland cements in concrete and results of tests of physico-mechanical properties of concrete with this type of cement.

Keywords

mixed cement, Portland-limestone cement, cement pastes

RIV year

2011

Released

20.06.2011

Publisher

Dzial Poligrafii Politechniki Krakowskiej

Location

Krakow

ISBN

978-83-7242-607-9

Book

ZAGADNIENIA MATERIALOWE W INZYNIERII LADOWEJ

Edition number

1

Pages from

138

Pages to

148

Pages count

11

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT72859,
  author="Jaroslav {Válek} and Lenka {Bodnárová} and Rudolf {Hela}",
  title="Properties of new types of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement (green cement) and verification of their applicability for concrete production",
  annote="Current production of cement loads environment considerably and demands too much energy.  International protocols require production of cement to decrease emissions of greenhouse gasses produced during firing of clinker. Mixed cements present an opportunity of decreasing ecological, energetic and economical demands of production of cement binders. The paper deals with testing properties of new types of cements, Portland cements mixed with lime stone. Compatibility of Portland-limestone cement and Portland-composite cement for production of concrete is mentioned as well as rheological properties of fresh cement pastes measured with rotary viscometer at different ages of paste. The paper states applicability of mentioned composite Portland cements in concrete and results of tests of physico-mechanical properties of concrete with this type of cement.",
  address="Dzial Poligrafii Politechniki Krakowskiej",
  booktitle="ZAGADNIENIA MATERIALOWE W INZYNIERII LADOWEJ",
  chapter="72859",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Dzial Poligrafii Politechniki Krakowskiej",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="138--148",
  publisher="Dzial Poligrafii Politechniki Krakowskiej",
  type="conference paper"
}