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The evolution of microstructure of MDF composites during hydration

ŠOUKAL, F. HAVLICA, J. PTÁČEK, P. OPRAVIL, T.

Originální název

The evolution of microstructure of MDF composites during hydration

Anglický název

The evolution of microstructure of MDF composites during hydration

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Macrodefect-free (MDF) composites are based on water-soluble polymer and cement. They are characterized by extremely low porosity and atypical mechanical properties. The polymer is added into mixture to improve some mechanical properties, especially flexural strength and impact resistance. For example the flexural strength is more than one order higher if compared with ordinary portland cement concrete. Monitoring of the kinetics of MDF composites hydration process according to phase composition requires reactions stopping and evaluation of actual phase composition. This paper deals with monitoring of microstructure evolution in the samples processed with microwave hydration stopping.

Anglický abstrakt

Macrodefect-free (MDF) composites are based on water-soluble polymer and cement. They are characterized by extremely low porosity and atypical mechanical properties. The polymer is added into mixture to improve some mechanical properties, especially flexural strength and impact resistance. For example the flexural strength is more than one order higher if compared with ordinary portland cement concrete. Monitoring of the kinetics of MDF composites hydration process according to phase composition requires reactions stopping and evaluation of actual phase composition. This paper deals with monitoring of microstructure evolution in the samples processed with microwave hydration stopping.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23452,
  author="František {Šoukal} and Jaromír {Havlica} and Petr {Ptáček} and Tomáš {Opravil}",
  title="The evolution of microstructure of MDF composites during hydration",
  annote="Macrodefect-free (MDF) composites are based on water-soluble polymer and cement. They are characterized by extremely low porosity and atypical mechanical properties. The polymer is added into mixture to improve some mechanical properties, especially flexural strength and impact resistance. For example the flexural strength is more than one order higher if compared with ordinary portland cement concrete. Monitoring of the kinetics of MDF composites hydration process according to phase composition requires reactions stopping and evaluation of actual phase composition. This paper deals with monitoring of microstructure evolution in the samples processed with microwave hydration stopping.",
  booktitle="XIth INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Ecology and new building materials and products",
  chapter="23452",
  year="2007",
  month="june",
  pages="197--200",
  type="conference paper"
}