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Title: Recipe-technological features of carbonization hardening of lightweight concrete
Authors: Gara, A.
Aniskin, A.
Oreskovic, M.
Keywords: cement stone
expanded clay lightweight concrete
carbonating hardening
compounding-technological parameters
kinetics of growth of durability
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: Technical journal, scientific-professional journal of University North
Series/Report no.: Volume 11 № 3;р.117-120
Abstract: The work is devoted to research of the parameters of expanded clay lightweight concrete technology by using the carbonation hardening that allows to maximally intensify the process of carbonization using such methods: decreasing the total water content in the system; applying optimal structure and formula concrete compositions; processing the products in carbon dioxide environment. The mechanism of structure formation of concrete compositions in conditions of artificial carbonation was studied. And it was formulated the basic techniques of rational intensification of the hardening process. The rational formulation and technological parameters of carbonization technology of lightweight aggregate concrete wall products were proposed: - effective replacement almost 30 per cent of concrete by powdered lime rock in process of carbonization without changing the physical and technical properties of material; - the optimal size of porous aggregates; - the optimal modes of composite carbonization that include preliminary placement in vacuum and step processing in carbon dioxide environment; The maximum demoulding strength of expanded clay lightweight concrete was received by using maximum concentration of carbon dioxide during carbonization in reaction area that is characterized by the maximum pressure value. Also were explored the properties of concrete in early stage after the carbonization.
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