• Publications
  • Influence
Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete Using Foaming Agent
TLDR
The results showed that the sample which was cured at 60 °C (LW2) produced the maximum compressive strength for all tests, and the LW2 sample had a denser matrix than LW1, which was because LW2 was heat cured, which caused the geopolymerization rate to increase, producing a densing matrix.
Mechanical properties, water absorption, and swelling behaviour of rice husk powder filled polypropylene/recycled acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (pp/nbrr/rhp) biocomposites using silane as a coupling
The performance of rice husk powder (RHP) filled polypropylene (PP)/ recycled acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (NBRr) biocomposites with and without coupling agent, γ-aminopropyltrimethoxysilane (APS),
Thermal Resistance Variations of Fly Ash Geopolymers: Foaming Responses
TLDR
A comparative study of the characteristic of unfoamed and foamed geopolymers after exposure to elevated temperatures (200–800 °C) and the formation of crystalline phases at higher temperature is presented.
NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES OF EDIBLE BIRD NEST
TLDR
The nutritional properties of EBN from different geographical locations indicating a high protein content in all EBN followed by a declining trend of carbohydrate, moisture, ash and fat contents.
Review on Various Types of Geopolymer Materials with the Environmental Impact Assessment
The development of green technology in the construction industry since 10 years ago is something to be proud of Malaysia. Several alternative geopolymer materials were invented in Malaysia such as
Fly Ash Porous Material using Geopolymerization Process for High Temperature Exposure
TLDR
The investigation of the performance of porous geopolymers made with fly ash after exposure to temperatures from 600 °C up to 1000 °C showed that the pores exhibited strength increases after temperature exposure.
Mechanical and Microstructural Evaluations of Lightweight Aggregate Geopolymer Concrete before and after Exposed to Elevated Temperatures
TLDR
The results show that the LWAGC unexposed to the elevated temperatures possesses a good strength-to-weight ratio compared with other LWAGCs available in the published literature and shows an excellent strength development versus aging times, up to 365 days.
Optimization of NaOH Molarity, LUSI Mud/Alkaline Activator, and Na2SiO3/NaOH Ratio to Produce Lightweight Aggregate-Based Geopolymer
TLDR
The results show that the optimum NaOH molarity found in this study is 12 M due to the highest strength (lowest AIV value) of 15.79% with lower water absorption and specific gravity, which contributes to highest strength of ALGA produced.
PROCESSING AND PROPERTIES OF GEOPOLYMERS AS THERMAL INSULATING MATERIALS : A REVIEW
Geopolymers are inorganic polymers with 3D framework structures that exhibit superior mechanical and physical properties including high early strength, low shrinkage, good thermal resistance and good
Effect of sodium dodecyl sulfate on mechanical and thermal properties of polypropylene/chitosan composites
The effect of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) on mechanical and thermal properties of chitosan-filled polypropylene (PP) composites was investigated. Mechanical and thermal properties of PP/chitosan
...
1
2
3
4
5
...