Volcanic activity and thermal excitation of rich-silicon iron ore tailing in concrete

@article{Zhou2017VolcanicAA,
  title={Volcanic activity and thermal excitation of rich-silicon iron ore tailing in concrete},
  author={Mingkai Zhou and Zhigang Zhu and Beixing Li and Jincheng Liu},
  journal={Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed.},
  year={2017},
  volume={32},
  pages={365-372}
}
In order to distinguish the filling effect and volcanic activity and explore the ways motivating the activity of rich-silicon iron ore tailing(IOT), inert quartz was brought in as the correction standard, the influences of fineness, calcination, thermal curing system and some other factors were investigated by IR, XRD, MIP, and so on microscopic methods. The experimental results show grinding and calcination can only change the amorphous state of SiO2, and IOT do not have volcanic activity in… CONTINUE READING

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