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Effect of Using Glass Powder as Partial Cement Replacement on Physical and Mechanical Behavior of Concrete
Chapter 2 Literature Review11
2.1 Introduction11
2.2 Hydration process of cement11
2.2.1. Introduction11
2.2.2. Cement Reactions12
2.2.3 Kinetics of cement hydration12
2.3 Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs) 13
2.3.1 Pozzolanic reaction14
2.3.2 Glass and Waste Glass14
2.4 Previous Studies16
2.4.1. Parameters affect the pozzolanic reaction of glass powder (size, chemical composition, curing conditions).16
2.4.2. ASR (Alkali Silica Reaction) effect18
2.4.3. Compressive strength21
2.4.4. Flexural test26
2.4.5. Slump test26
2.4.6. Effect on Density and Absorption27
2.4.7. Effect of curing temperature29
2.4.8. Relative index (reactivity of pozzolanic reaction as a function of glass powder)30
2.5 Concluding Remarks33
Chapter 3 Materials and Experimental program35
3.1 Introduction35
3.2 Characterizations of Constituent Materials35
3.2.1. Cement36
3.2.2. Aggregates36
3.2.3. Glass and Waste Glass:38
3.2.4 Water40
3.3 Mixing Design Procedure40
3.3.1. Constituent material40
3.3.2. Concrete Job Mixes41
3.4 Experimental tests43
3.4.1 Fresh concrete tests:43
3.4.2 Hardened concrete tests:43
3.5 Testing program45
Chapter 4 Laboratory Testing Results and Data Analysis51
4.1 Introduction51
4.2 Testing program results51
4.3 Effect of partial cement replacement by GP on physical and mechanical properties of concrete mix:51
4.4 Effect of curing Temperature on physical and mechanical properties of concrete mixes:67
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