Guojun Ke
University of South China
MortarComposite materialMaterials scienceChlorideCalcium hydroxidePortland cementCuring (food preservation)CementSodiumFly ash
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Abstract Early CO2 curing has attracted a lot of attentions due to sequestration of carbon dioxide and rapid strength development for cement-based materials. This study investigates the chloride transport and binding properties of fly ash-blended cement-based materials with and without early CO2 curing. A comparison is made between the specimens exposed to early CO2 curing followed by subsequent water curing and those continuously cured in water. Results show that early CO2 curing decreases the ...
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