Elevated curing temperature-

associated strength and mechanisms of reactive MgO-activated industrial by-products solidified soils

Published Oct 31, 2019

Wang, D., Gao, X., Wang, R., Larsson, S. and Benzerzour, M. Elevated curing temperature-associated strength and mechanisms of reactive MgO-activated industrial by-products solidified soils. Marine Georesources & Geotechnology , DOI:10.1080/1064119X.2019.1610817

Alkali-activated industrial by-products (granulated blast furnace slag, Class F fly ash) by traditional alkali activator (such as NaOH and Na2SiO3) serves as a partial replacement for Portland cement in soil stabilization projects and suffers from environmental and technical problems. This study focuses on the strength and hydration properties of reactive MgO-slag and MgO-fly ash solidified soils, especially incorporating the impact of elevated curing temperature.

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