Djobo, J N Y and Elimbi, A and Tchakoute, H K and Kumar, S (2017) Volcanic ash-based geopolymer cements/concretes: the current state of the art and perspectives. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(5) (IF-2.741). pp. 4433-4446.
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The progress achieved with the use of volcanic ash for geopolymer synthesis has been critically reviewed in this paper. This consists of an overview of mineralogy and chemistry of volcanic ash. The role of chemical composition and mineral contents of volcanic ash on their reactivity during geopolymerization reaction and, consequently, mechanical properties have been accessed. An attempt has been made to establish a relationship between synthesis factors and final properties. A critical assessment of some synthesis conditions has been addressed and some practical recommendations given along with suggestions of future works that have to be done. All this has shown that there are still many works such as durability tests (carbonation, freeze-thaw, resistance, etc.), life cycle analysis, etc. that need to be done in order to satisfy both suitability and sustainability criteria for a large-scale or industrial application.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Volcanic ash; Geopolymerization; Synthesis conditions; Microstructure; Mechanical properties; Durability|
|Deposited By:||Sahu A K|
|Deposited On:||18 Aug 2017 09:53|
|Last Modified:||15 Sep 2017 11:46|
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