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Energetically modified cement Pozzolanic concretes, including EMCs, however, continue to consume the soft and porous Portlandite as the hydration process continues, turning it into additional hardened concrete as calcium silicate hydrate (C-S-H) rather than calcium carbonate. This results in a denser, less permeable and more durable concrete. This reaction is an acid-base reaction between Portlandite and silicic acid (HSiO) that may be represented as follows:
Energetically modified cement An important consideration in choosing a concrete material is its strength-development within a specified time period, which must match or exceed a project's specifications. According to Ronin, the current upper-limit for using EMC made from natural pozzolans is 60% for practical large-scale usage.
Energetically modified cement Treating Portland cement with EMC activation will yield high-performance concretes. These HPCs will be high strength, highly durable, and exhibiting greater strength-development in contrast to HPCs made from untreated Portland cement. Concrete made from ordinary Portland cement without additives has a relatively impaired resistance to salt waters. Treating Portland cement with the EMC activation process may increase the strength development by nearly 50% and also significantly improve the durability, as measured according to generally accepted methods.
Energetically modified cement EMCs have been in production since 1992. As of 2010 the volume of concrete produced containing a least partially energetically modified cement was about 4,500,000 cu yd (3,440,496 m). This represents approximately 0.13% of the yearly worldwide concrete production.
Energetically modified cement Energetically modified cements (EMC) are a class of cementitious materials made from pozzolans (e.g. fly ash, volcanic ash, pozzolana), silica sand, blast furnace slag, or Portland cement (or blends of these ingredients).
Energetically modified cement The research work connected with EMCs has received awards from the "Elsa ō Sven Thysells stiftelse för konstruktionsteknisk forskning" (Elsa & Sven Thysell Foundation for Construction Engineering Research) of Sweden.
Energetically modified cement EMC Activation is a process which increases a pozzolan's chemical affinity for pozzolanic reactions. This is leads to faster and greater strength development of the resulting concrete, at higher replacement ratios, than untreated pozzolans. These highly reactive pozzolans can yield further stabilisation benefits upon the pozzolanic reaction-pathways.
Energetically modified cement Per the first bullet point, although the inclusion of calcium aluminium garnet per se is not problematic, if it is instead produced by foregoing pathway, then micro-cracking and strength-loss can occur in the concrete. However, adding high-reactivity pozzolans into the concrete mix prevents such a conversion reaction. In sum, whereas pozzolans provide a number of chemical pathways to form hardened materials, "high-reactivity" pozzolans such as blast furnace slag (GGBFS) can also stabilise certain pathways. In this context, EMCs made from fly ash have been demonstrated to produce concretes that meet the same characteristics as concretes comprising "120 Slag" (i.e., GGBFS) according to U.S. standard ASTM C989.
Energetically modified cement Portlandite, when exposed to low temperatures, moist conditions and condensation, can react with sulphate ions to cause efflorescence; pozzolanic chemistry reduces the amount of Portlandite available, to reduce efflorescence.
Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot The EATR was programmed to consume certain types of vegetation as biomass to convert into fuel, and only those types of vegetation. EATR could also use other fuels such as gasoline, kerosene, cooking oil, or solar energy.