Hydration kinetics modeling of Portland cement considering the effects of curing temperature and applied pressure

@inproceedings{Lin2009HydrationKM,
  title={Hydration kinetics modeling of Portland cement considering the effects of curing temperature and applied pressure},
  author={Feng Lin and Christian Meyer},
  year={2009}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o A hydration kinetics model for Portland cement is formulated based on thermodynamics of multiphase porous media. The mechanism of cement hydration is discussed based on literature review. The model is then developed considering the effects of chemical composition and fineness of cement, water–cement ratio, curing temperature and applied pressure. The ultimate degree of hydration of Portland cement is also analyzed and a corresponding formula is established. The model is… CONTINUE READING
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