MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 265, 2019International Geotechnical Symposium “Geotechnical Construction of Civil Engineering & Transport Structures of the Asian-Pacific Region” (GCCETS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Geosynthetics and Road Construction Materials|
|Published online||30 January 2019|
Flow properties of finely dispersed binder
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow, 129337, Russia
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This article contains information about strengthening the under-ground parts of buildings and restoration of their bearing capacity, along with solutions of urea-formaldehyde resin and solutions based on sodium silicate (which have a number of significant drawbacks, such as short-lived strengthening, low strength of reinforced soil (0.1-0.5 MPa), brittle destruction under dynamic loads, environmental pollution), using impregnation compositions based on fine mineral binders. This compositions, with the name «Mikrodur», are obtained on the basis of air separation of Portland cement CEM I 52.5 (PC D0 M600) and fine-divided blast furnace slag. The method of preparation of suspension on the basis of finely dispersed binder is considered. The main characteristics determining the finely dispersed binder suspension, such as viscosity and stability of the injectable suspension (sedimentation), are established. It is proved that the indexes of viscosity and stability of solutions depend on the method of their preparation, water/binding ratio and chemical admixtures. A variety of finely dispersed binders grades on mineral composition allows providing ground, stone and concrete structures of underground constructions stabilization taking into account various requirements: strength enhancement and anti-filtration properties of the strengthened masses, their resistance to various aggressive influences, the possibility of hardening in conditions of negative temperature, acceleration of a strength enhancement.
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