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Volume 330, 2020International Conference on Materials & Energy (ICOME’19)
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Effect of glass powder and silica fume on mechanical properties and on alkali-silica reaction of recycled glass mortars
1 Badji Mokhtar University, Civil Engineering Department, Pb12,Annaba 23000, Algeria
2 Picardy Jules Verne University, IUT / Civil Engineering Department, Faculty street, 80025, Amiens Cedex A, France
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In order to value glass in the production of cement and concrete. We have verified the effect of the progressive substitution of 10% to 50% of the volume of cement by glass powder and silica fume on the mechanical properties of hardened mortars, we have also verified their inhibitory effect of the Alkali Silica Reaction (ASR) by studying the variation of mass, expansion, opening and density of cracks as well as the loss of mechanical performance of mortars undergoes a test that accelerates the ASR by autoclave. We have concluded that the use of these mineral admixtures can improve the mechanical performance of mortars, and it can reduce expansions and mechanical performance losses due to ASR.
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