Microstructural development of calcium aluminate cement based systems with and without supplementary cementitious materials

@inproceedings{Gosselin2009MicrostructuralDO,
  title={Microstructural development of calcium aluminate cement based systems with and without supplementary cementitious materials},
  author={Christophe Gosselin},
  year={2009}
}
Calcium Aluminate Cements (CAC) are renowned in the field of construction for specific applications requiring rapid hardening and chemical resistance. These properties result from rapid exothermic reactions occurring immediately after setting. Due to the much lower use of CACs compared to Portland cements based materials, there is a lack of knowledge on the hydration of this cement and especially on its microstructural development. This study aimed to understand the hydrated phase assemblages… CONTINUE READING

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