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The hydration properties of pastes containing municipal solid waste incinerator fly ash slag

, : The hydration properties of pastes containing municipal solid waste incinerator fly ash slag. Journal of Hazardous Materials 109(1-3): 173-181

This study investigated the hydration properties of Type I, Type III and Type V cements, mixed with municipal solid waste incinerator fly ash, to produce slag-blended cement pastes. The setting time of slag-blended cement pastes that contained 40% slag showed significantly retardation the setting time compared to those with a 10% or even a 20% slag replacement. The compressive strength of slag-blended cement paste samples containing 10 and 20% of slag, varied from 95 to 110% that developed by the plain cement pastes at later stages. An increased blend ratio, due to the filling of pores by C-S-H formed during pozzolanic reaction tended to become more pronounced with time. This resulting densification and enhanced later strength was caused by the shifting of the gel pores. It was found that the degree of hydration was slow in early stages, but it increased with increasing curing time. The results indicated that it is feasible to use MSWI fly ash slag to replace up to 20% of the material with three types of ordinary Portland cement.


PMID: 15177757

DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2004.03.014

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