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Volume 353, 20214th International Conference on Advances in Materials, Machinery, Electronics (AMME 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||20 December 2021|
Preparation and properties of recycled fine powder foam concrete
Chengdu Polytechnic, Chengdu 610041 China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
With the rapid development of the construction industry brought by the accelerated process of urbanization, the problem of random stacking and landfill of waste concrete can be seen everywhere, which seriously affects the environmental health. The secondary utilization of waste concrete as recycled aggregate has become a research hotspot. This paper mainly studies the influence of the cementing material system of recycled fine powder foam concrete on the water absorption performance of recycled fine powder foam concrete, and explores the feasibility of using recycled fine powder to prepare foam concrete. The experiment also used recycled fine powder instead of some cement to prepare foam concrete. The effects of the amount of recycled fine powder, the amount of hydrogen peroxide and the ratio of water to binder on the compressive strength, water absorption, thermal conductivity and microstructure of the foam concrete were studied. The results showed that the water absorption rate of recycled fine powder foam concrete increased with the increase of red brick powder content, but the water absorption rate gradually increased. When the content of hydrogen peroxide is 6%, the ratio of water to binder has a greater influence on the thermal conductivity of foam concrete. When the amount of hydrogen peroxide is higher, the influence of water binder ratio on thermal conductivity decreases.
Key words: Regeneration powder / foam concrete / thermal conductivity / hydrog en peroxide solution
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