aluminous cement


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aluminous cement

[ə′lüm·ə·nəs si′ment]
(materials)

calcium aluminate cement, aluminous cement, (Brit.) high-alumina cement

The product obtained by pulverizing clinker, consisting essentially of hydraulic calcium aluminates resulting from fusing or sintering a suitably proportioned mixture of aluminous and calcareous materials.
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Konvalinka, "Physical and mechanical properties of composites made with aluminous cement and basalt fibers developed for high temperature application," Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, vol.
In 1970, the alliance with Lone Star strengthened with the founding of the Lone Star Lafarge Company to market the aluminous cement produced by the Lafarge Group.
The coatings are prepared from a hydraulically curing composition containing aluminous cement. The cured material contains less than 5% by weight of ettringite.
The construction material used is a left-over pyrite concentrate, which combined with the proper type of aluminous cement results in a perfectly solidified dam with all requisite physical parameters relating to strength, permeability and elution.
The SLM uses chemical admixtures, aluminous cement, and high volumes of powders, which increase the mortar costs [5].
Besides concrete with ordinary Portland cement CEM I and calcium aluminous cements, influence of high temperatures on the concrete with blended cements CEM II, blast furnace cement CEM III, pozzolanic cement CEM IV and composite cement CEM V (according to EN 197-1) is studied, too.
Nanodispersion system is formed in the initial stage of hydration of binding phase (Portland cement, aluminous cements) (Kiricsi et al.
Aluminous cements in reinforced concrete // Journal of Turkish Engineering News, TMMOB Turkish Chamber of Civil Engineers.