Autoclaved OPC-quartz blends incorporating clay-brick waste. Part I: Factorial design effects on strength development

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Advances in Cement Research, 2005, 17 (4), pp. 133 - 141
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The utilisation of waste materials in the manufacturing of building products is of global interest due to technological and socio-economic benefits. For example, alumina-silica-rich industrial waste, such as fired clay brick, is available in large quantities worldwide and is generated from the demolition of buildings and during their manufacture. In recent years the construction industry has shown considerable interest in the utilisation of this industrial waste. This paper presents preliminary work conducted into the combined effects of several factors including autoclaving regime and mix design on mechanical properties investigated using a full factorial experimental design. © 2005 Thomas Telford Ltd.
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