2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2016.09.090
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Improving the performance of reactive MgO cement-based concrete mixes

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“…Among the above, MgO is one of the most excellent expansive agents. It has been widely used because of its stable hydration products, easy regulation of expansion performance, and no shrinkage in the later stage [19,20].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among the above, MgO is one of the most excellent expansive agents. It has been widely used because of its stable hydration products, easy regulation of expansion performance, and no shrinkage in the later stage [19,20].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The decomposition of HMCs not only changes the initially dense microstructure but also results in the loss of structural integrity, thereby leading to a reduction in sample performance. previous studies (Dung & Unluer, 2016, 2017c.…”
Section: Designmentioning
confidence: 58%
“…Previous studies on carbonated MgO formulations have reported its hydration and carbonation mechanisms (Dung & Unluer, 2016 and have attempted to improve these via the use of different mix designs Mo & Panesar, 2012;Ruan & Unluer, 2017a), additives Ruan & Unluer, 2017b;) and curing conditions Unluer & Al-Tabbaa, 2014;. Studies performed on the use of reactive MgO as a binder in concrete mixes have shown its capacity to fully carbonate under accelerated carbonation conditions, during which the CO2 concentration is raised from ambient (0.04%) to accelerated (5-20%) levels to increase the rate of the carbonation reaction (Unluer & Al-Tabbaa, 2013.…”
Section: Degree Of Hydrationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Reject brine is a main material used in this study, a comparison on element difference in reject brine with previous study [17] [35]was shown in Some researches revealed the morphology of HMCs played an important role in strength [41]. HMCs have a lot of morphology, such as needle-like fibrous and roselike, those structures affect or lock each other and then lead to high strength, in some case the transfer from brucite would increase the volume and stiffness, lower the porosity.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 80%