calcium aluminate cement


Also found in: Dictionary.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Radiopacity evaluation of calcium aluminate cement containing different radiopacifying agents.
Biocompatibility of new calcium aluminate cement: tissue reaction and expression of inflammatory mediators and cytokines.
Therefore, calcium aluminate cement (CAC) might provide a high binding capacity due to the high [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] content and reduce the corrosion rate [6].
Bizzozero, "Hydration and dimensional stability of calcium aluminate cement based systems," Ph.D.
Staining susceptibility of new calcium aluminate cement (EndoBinder) in teeth: a 1-year in vitro study.
[9.] Scrivener K., Capmas A., Calcium Aluminate Cements, Lea's Chemistry of Cement and Concrete.
Calcium aluminate cements have been widely considered the best corrosion-resistant repair mortar available.
Calcium aluminate cements show the highest level of resistance to high temperatures.
They cover calcium aluminate cements; alternative low-carbon-dioxide green clinkering processes; the microscopy of clinker and hydraulic cements; industrial X-ray diffraction analysis of building materials; Reitveld quantitative phase analysis of ordinary Portland cement clinkers, cements, and hydration products; supplementary cementious materials; and deleterious reactions of aggregate with alkalis in concrete.
The replacement series of cement SRMs reflects newer cement types now being used; ordinary and blended portland cement products from around the world were selected, including blends with limestone, slag, and fly ash, low Fe white cement, and two calcium aluminate cements. These materials are certified for more components that cover a wider range of elemental composition than any prior series.
Le Saout et al., "The influence of slightly and highly soluble carbonate salts on phase relations in hydrated calcium aluminate cements," Journal of Materials Science, vol.