Event Title

Durability Aspects of Concretes that Contain Industrial Solid Wastes (Fly-ash and Fe-Ni slag)

Session

Food Science and Technology

Description

This work presents some physic-mechanical properties of a series of cement produced with fly ash (calcareous type) and slag (Fe-Ni) which are by-products of the industry in Republic of Kosovo. The influence of the amount of additives on physic-mechanical properties of cements produced by them has been studied. With the blended cements that were produced with the optimal by-product content, being about 15%, concrete samples have been produced. Compressive strength and pore size distribution using mercury porosimetry as well as and electrochemical (impressed voltage) tests have been carried out on steel reinforced concrete samples that were prepared respectively with fly ash and slag cements.

Keywords:

Blended cements, Industrial solid waste, Fly ash, slag (Fe-Ni), Concrete, Corrosion

Session Chair

Fidan Feka

Session Co-Chair

Suzana Aliu

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.166

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Durability Aspects of Concretes that Contain Industrial Solid Wastes (Fly-ash and Fe-Ni slag)

Pristina, Kosovo

This work presents some physic-mechanical properties of a series of cement produced with fly ash (calcareous type) and slag (Fe-Ni) which are by-products of the industry in Republic of Kosovo. The influence of the amount of additives on physic-mechanical properties of cements produced by them has been studied. With the blended cements that were produced with the optimal by-product content, being about 15%, concrete samples have been produced. Compressive strength and pore size distribution using mercury porosimetry as well as and electrochemical (impressed voltage) tests have been carried out on steel reinforced concrete samples that were prepared respectively with fly ash and slag cements.