The Influence of the Substitution Rate of Mixed Material in Green Concrete
Science Discovery
Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2018, Pages: 224-230
Received: Jul. 19, 2018; Published: Jul. 20, 2018
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Authors
Liu Wenyan, Shandong Zhongjian Western Construction Co. LTD., Qingdao, China
Meng Yubing, Shandong Zhongjian Western Construction Co. LTD., Qingdao, China
Lu Yue, Shandong Zhongjian Western Construction Co. LTD., Qingdao, China
Wang Zhenlin, Shandong Zhongjian Western Construction Co. LTD., Qingdao, China
Wang Yanzeng, Shandong Zhongjian Western Construction Co. LTD., Qingdao, China
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Abstract
In order to meet the needs of long-term sustainable development of the country, concrete greening has become more and more important in the environment of energy conservation and emission reduction and environmental protection. The use of concrete admixtures can greatly reduce the amount of cement, and it can improve the concrete's flexibility and improve the long-term performance of concrete. As the most common combination of mineral powder and fly ash, both of them can be used to complement each other in concrete, and make full use of energy efficiency to improve concrete performance and reduce production cost. How to better play the role of the mineral powder and fly ash is the problem that the concrete enterprise ADAPTS to The Times development to meet the market competition and needs the active research.
Keywords
Blending Material, Flow Degree, Mortar Strength, Substitution Rate
To cite this article
Liu Wenyan, Meng Yubing, Lu Yue, Wang Zhenlin, Wang Yanzeng, The Influence of the Substitution Rate of Mixed Material in Green Concrete, Science Discovery. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 224-230. doi: 10.11648/j.sd.20180604.11
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