MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 251, 2018VI International Scientific Conference “Integration, Partnership and Innovation in Construction Science and Education” (IPICSE-2018)
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|Published online||14 December 2018|
Effect of additives on hydration and hardening of magnesia compositions
Rudny Industrial Institute, Republic of Kazakhstan
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The article is devoted to the investigation of the influence of technological factors on the hydration and hardening of magnesia compositions. The objective – is investigation magnesia compositions with different additives. Factors which impact activity of magnesium oxide in compositions of different structure are investigated. Influence of liquid density on hardening of magnesium bindings is defined. Processes of hydration and hardening of magnesium bindings with participation of minerals – silicates are investigated. It is revealed that the addition of semi-aquatic calcium sulfate contributes to the hardening of magnesia binders. Defined effect of concentration calcium sulfate hemihydrate to the hardening of caustic magnesite. Here are proposed structures of sulphomagnesium compositions containing technogenic components. It revealed a beneficial effect on the hardening of ferrous component of the mixed magnesia binder. Composition of hydration products of magnesium binding with participation of ferriferous minerals is presented. Transformations of phases at hydration of magnesium binding are revealed. Influence of structure of bindings on transformations of hydrates is established. Results of research of magnesia bindings of long hardening are given. It is shown that the durability of stone of bindings is provided with dense structure of hydrates. In researches are used X – Ray and thermal methods, electronic microscopy.
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