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Favier, Aurélie

Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete

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Table of contents

1. Calcined Clay-Cement Stabilisation – Physicochemical Attributes and Stabilised Strengths of a-1-a and a-2-6 Soils
O. A. Adekitan, G. M. Ayininuola

2. Sulfate Resistance of Cement Mortar Containing Metakaolin
Abdelsalam M. Akasha, Jamal M. Abdullah

3. Use of R3 Rapid Screening Test to Determine Reactivity and Chloride Binding Potential of Locally Available Kaolinite Clay
M. Almarshoud, J. L. Saint Rome, K. A. Riding

4. Assessment of Cuban Kaolinitic Clays as Source of Supplementary Cementitious Materials to Production of Cement Based on Clinker – Calcined Clay – Limestone
Roger S. Almenares Reyes, Adrián Alujas Díaz, Sergio Betancourt Rodríguez, Carlos Alberto Leyva Rodríguez, José Fernando Martirena Hernández

5. Proposal of a Methodology for the Preliminary Assessment of Kaolinitic Clay Deposits as a Source of SCMs
Adrián Alujas Díaz, Roger S Almenares Reyes, Florencio Arcial Carratalá, José F. Martirena Hernández

6. Hydration Study of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement (LC3) Using Various Grades of Calcined Kaolinitic Clays
F. Avet, K. Scrivener

7. Reaction Degree of Metakaolin in Limestone Calcined Clay Cement (LC3)
F. Avet, K. Scrivener

8. Durability of Steam Cured Pozzolanic Mortars at Atmospheric Pressure
Kübra Ekiz Barış, Leyla Tanaçan

9. Use of Low-Carbon Cement in the Preparation of Masonry Mortars for Building Restoration
D. Betancourt Cura, Y. Lima Triana, F. Martirena Hernandez

10. Quantification of Pore Size Distribution Modification Due to Metakaolin Inclusion in Cement Based Systems
B. Bhattacharjee

11. Limestone Calcined Clay Cement: The Experience in India This Far
Shashank Bishnoi, Soumen Maity

12. Pilot Scale Production of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement
Shashank Bishnoi, Soumen Maity, Mukesh Kumar, S. K. Saxena, S. K. Wali

13. The Special Case of North-Eastern India for the Production of LC3

Shashank Bishnoi, Soumen Maity, S. P. Pandey, P. K. Tripathy

14. Comparative Study of Compressive Creep Behavior of Concrete with Metakaolin or Silica Fume
R. Bucher, H. Cagnon, T. Vidal, M. Cyr

15. Effect of Carbonate Minerals and Calcination of Carbonatites and Kamafugites on Their Pozzolanic Performance and Early Age Concrete Properties
A. Buregyeya, Y. Ballim, S. Nwaubani, A. G. Kerali, M. Otieno

16. Assessment of the Pozzolanic Reactivity of Calcined Kaolinitic Clays by a Rapid Alkaline Solubility Test
E. Cabrera, R. Almenares, A. Alujas

17. Sustainability of Cuban Construction Supply Chain by Means of LC3 Cement: Case Studies in Villa Clara Province
Yudiesky Cancio Díaz, Inocencio Raúl Sánchez Machado, José Fernando Martirena Hernández, Guillaume Habert

18. Degradation of Calcined Clay-Limestone Cementitious Composites Under Sulfate Attack
Cheng Yu, Peng Yuan, Xin Yu, Jiaping Liu

19. Sulfate and Alkali-Silica Performance of Blended Cements Containing Illitic Calcined Clays
Gisela Cordoba, Agustin Rossetti, Dario Falcone, E. F. Irassar

20. Use of Ceramic Waste as a Pozzolanic Addition on Cement
Rayda Crespo Castillo

21. Development of the Microstructure in LC3 Systems and Its Effect on Concrete Properties
Yuvaraj Dhandapani, K. Vignesh, Thangadurai Raja, Manu Santhanam

22. Carbonation of Concrete with Low Carbon Cement LC3 Exposed to Different Environmental Conditions
Ernesto Díaz, Raúl González, Dayran Rocha, Adrian Alujas, Fernando Martirena

23. Evaluation of Compressive Strength and Microstructure of Cement Pastes Containing Different Qualities of Metakaolin
N. Dumani, J. Mapiravana

24. Influence of Initial Water Curing on Strength and Microstructure Development of Blended Cements
A. C. Emmanuel, H. Talluru, S. Krishnan, S. Bishnoi

25. Initial Performance Evaluation of Calcined Clay Based Ternary Blended Cement Under Various Climatic Conditions in India
A. C. Emmanuel, G. Mishra, S. Bishnoi

26. Alkali Silica Reaction and Sulfate Attack: Expansion of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement
A. Favier, K. Scrivener

27. The Effect of Limestone on the Performance of Ternary Blended Cement LC3: Limestone, Calcined Clays and Cement
Aurélie Favier, Franco Zunino, Ioannis Katrantzis, Karen Scrivener

28. Influence of Clay Type on Performance of Calcined Clay – Limestone Portland Cements
S. Ferreiro, D. Herfort, J. S. Damtoft

29. Metakaolin-Based Geopolymers for Nuclear Waste Encapsulation
D. A. Geddes, X. Ke, S. A. Bernal, M. Hayes, J. L. Provis

30. The Influence of Recycled Concrete and Clay Brick Particles on the Strength and Porosity of Cement-Based Pastes
T. M. Grabois, G. C. Cordeiro, R. D. Toledo Filho

31. The Effect of Kaolinite Content of China Clay on the Reactivity of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement
P. K. Haldar, S. Mithia, K. Mukherjee, N. R. Dhabarde, E. Bansal, P. Phulwari, A. Kumar, S. Kesh, S. Maity

32. The Effect of Alkali on the Properties of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement (LC3)
W. Hanpongpun, K. Scrivener

33. On the Reactivity of Calcined Clays from Lower Lusatia for the Production of Durable Concrete Structures
Klaus-Juergen Huenger, Robert Gerasch, Ingolf Sander, Maria Brigzinsky

34. Compressive Strength Improvements of Cement-Based Composites Achieved with Additional Milling of Metakaolin
Biljana Ilić, Aleksandra Mitrović, Vlastimir Radonjanin, Mirjana Malešev, Miodrag Zdujić

35. Properties of the Cement-Based Composites with High Content of Metakaolin
Biljana Ilić, Vlastimir Radonjanin, Mirjana Malešev, Miodrag Zdujić, Aleksandra Mitrović

36. Calcined Clays – Performance as Composite Material
Christian Kalb

37. Structural Ordering of Aged and Hydrothermally Cured Metakaolin Based Potassium Geopolymers
Xinyuan Ke, John L. Provis, Susan A. Bernal

38. Carbonation of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement Concrete
M. S. H. Khan, Q. D. Nguyen, A. Castel

39. Grinding of Calcined Clays and Its Effects on Cement Properties
W. Kluge, B. O. Assmann

40. Hydration and Mechanical Properties of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement Produced with Marble Dust
Sreejith Krishnan, Arun C. Emmanuel, Swadesh Kumar Kanaujia, Shashank Bishnoi

41. Performance-Based Design Procedure Applied to the Selection of Low-CO2 Binder Systems Including Calcined Clay
Wilson R. Leal Silva, Lars N. Thrane, Thomas L. Svensson, Sergio Ferreiro, Duncan Herfort, Claus Pade, Jesper S. Damtoft

42. Thermal Processing of Calcined Clay
J. Lemke, C. Berger

43. Thermal Transformation of Illitic-Chlorite Clay and Its Pozzolanic Activity
Roxana Lemma, Cristina C. Castellano, Viviana L. Bonavetti, Monica A. Trezza, Viviana F. Rahhal, Edgardo F. Irassar

44. In-situ Observation of Dissolution Behavior of Carbonatite in Water Glass Solution
Jing Li, Jianqin Lin, Qijun Yu, Jie Hu, Suhong Yin

45. Analysis of the Mixing Performance Containing the LC3 as Agglomerant with Different Types of Calcined Clay
D. Lins, J. Rêgo, E. Silva

46. Evaluation of Calcined Clays from Boyaca-Colombia Containing Alunite as Supplementary Cementitious Materials
Ariam Lozano Perez, Mathieu Antoni

47. Improvement of the Environmental Energy Sustainability in the Production of Cement Portland with Addition of Thermally Activated Clays
I. L. Machado, H. I. Moya, S. B. Sánchez, F. Martirena

48. Resource Mapping of China Clay for LC3 Application in India
A. Soumen Maity, B. Santanu Mithia

49. Chloride Transport Behavior of LC3 Binders
H. Maraghechi, F. Avet, K. Scrivener

50. Blended Cements with Calcined Illitic Clay: Workability and Hydration
Guillermina Marchetti, Jaroslav Pokorny, Alejandra Tironi, Mónica A. Trezza, Viviana F. Rahhal, Zbyšek Pavlík, Robert Černý, Edgardo F. Irassar

51. Low Carbon Cement LC3 in Cuba: Ways to Achieve a Sustainable Growth of Cement Production in Emerging Economies
Fernando Martirena, Karen Scrivener

52. Studies on the Influence of Limestone-Calcined Clay Blend on the Hydration of Cement
G. Mishra, A. Emmanuel, S. Bishnoi

53. Thermal Resistivity of Chemically Activated Calcined Clays-Based Cements
Marangu J. Mwiti, Thiong’o J. Karanja, Wachira J. Muthengia

54. Promising Early Age Evaluations of Fly Ash - Calcined Marl - OPC Ternary Cement
Serina Ng, Tone Østnor

55. Applicability of Lime Reactivity Strength Potential Test for the Reactivity Study of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement
Anuj Parashar, Vineet Shah, Shashank Bishnoi

56. Limestone and Calcined Clay Blended Cement Used as Low-Cost Binder to Reduce Heat Production and Potential for Delayed Ettringite Formation
Jerry M. Paris, Christopher C. Ferraro

57. Hydrate Phase Assemblages in Calcium Sulfoaluminate – Metakaolin – Limestone Blends
M. Pedersen, B. Lothenbac, F. Winnefeld, J. Skibsted

58. Influence Grinding Procedure, Limestone Content and PSD of Components on Properties of Clinker-Calcined Clay-Limestone Cements Produced by Intergrinding
A. Pérez, A. Favier, K. Scrivener, F. Martirena

59. Durability of Concretes Made with Calcined Clay Composite Cements
Roland Pierkes, Simone E. Schulze, Jörg Rickert

60. Alkali-Activation of Calcined Clays – Past, Present and Future
John L. Provis

61. Influence of a Calcined Clay and the Temperature on the Hydration of an Oilwell Cement
Juan Alberto Ribalta, Adrián Alujas Díaz, José Fernando Martirena

62. Influence of the Kind of Mineral Addition and the Seawater on the Hydration of a Portland Cement
Juan Alberto Ribalta, Leidys Laura Pérez, Adrián Alujas Díaz

63. Standardization Strategy of Low Carbon Cement in Cuba. Case Study for “Siguaney” Cement Factory
D. Rocha, R. Almenares, S. Sanchez, A. Alujas, F. Martirena

64. Antibacterial Metakaolin-Based Geopolymer Cement
Jose-Carlos Rubio-Avalos

65. Identification of Reactive Sites in Calcined Kaolinite and Montmorillonite from a Combination of Chemical Methods and Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
C. Ruiz-Santaquiteria, J. Skibsted

66. The Decay of the Historical Site of Malecon in Havana, Cuba: Salt Crystallization Damage at Repair Interfaces
A. M. Aguilar Sanchez, F. Caruso, F. Girardet, F. Martirena, T. Wangler, R. J. Flatt

67. Introducing Low Carbon Cement in Cuba - A Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Study
S. Sánchez Berriel, Y. Ruiz, I. R. Sánchez, J. F. Martirena, E. Rosa, G. Habert

68. Sulphate Optimization of Binders with Calcined Clay Using Isothermal Calorimetry
P. Sandberg, S. Bishnoi

69. Reaction Kinetics of Basic Clay Components Present in Natural Mixed Clays
S. Scherb, N. Beuntner, K.-C. Thienel

70. Colloid-Chemical Investigation of the Interaction Between PCE Superplasticizers and a Calcined Mixed Layer Clay
M. Schmid, N. Beuntner, K.-Ch. Thienel, J. Plank

71. Prediction of Carbonation Depth in Blended Systems
V. Shah, S. Bishnoi

72. Autogenous Shrinkage and Creep of Limestone and Calcined Clay Based Binders
J. Ston, A. Hilaire, K. Scrivener

73. Hydration of Blended Cement with Halloysite Calcined Clay
Alejandra Tironi, Fernanda Cravero, Alberto N. Scian, Edgardo F. Irassar

74. Progress of Limestone Calcined Clay Cement in China
Sui Tongbo, Bin Wang, Yuliang Cai, Shengliang Tang

75. Thermal Activation of Two Complex Clays (Kaolinite-Pyrophillite-Illite) from Tandilia System, Buenos Aires, Argentina
M. A. Trezza, A. Tironi, E. F. Irassar

76. Assessment of Calcined Clays According to the Main Criterions of Concrete Durability
A. Trümer, H.-M Ludwig

77. Application of Industrially Produced LC3 to Pavements, AAC Blocks and Other Products
S.K. Wali, S.K. Saxena, Mukesh Kumar, Soumen Maity, Shashank Bishnoi

78. Machine Learning Approaches to Admixture Design for Clay-Based Cements
N. R. Washburn, A. Menon, C. M. Childs, B. Poczos, K. E. Kurtis

79. Micro-Chemo-Mechanical Characterization of a Limestone-Calcinated-Clay Cement Paste by Statistical Nanoindentation and Quantitative SEM-EDS
William Wilson, Luca Sorelli, Sreejith Krishnan, Shashank Bishnoi, Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

80. Addressing Key Challenges in MK-PLC Blends at Early Ages: Workability, Slump Retention, and Heat of Hydration
B. H. Zaribaf, K. E. Kurtis

81. Assessing the Effect of Calcite Impurities in Clay on Optimal Dehydroxylation Parameters for Enhanced Reactivity
F. Zunino, K. Scrivener

82. Reactivity and Performance of Limestone Calcined-Clay Cement (LC3) Cured at Low Temperature
F. Zunino, K. Scrivener

Keywords: Engineering, Building Materials, Structural Materials, Inorganic Chemistry, Development and Sustainability, Mineral Resources

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
RILEM Bookseries
Page amount
26 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789402412079
Printed ISBN
978-94-024-1206-2

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