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Document type:
Buch 
Author(s):
Alisa Machner 
Editor:
NTNU 
Title:
Dolomite calcined clay composite cement - hydration and durability 
Subtitle:
PhD Thesis 
Abstract:
Considerable amounts of CO2 are emitted during the production of cement. One way to reduce these CO2 emissions is to replace some of the cement clinker with supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs). A cement containing SCMs is called a composite cement. The use of composite cements has considerably increased over the last few decades and is predicted to continue to do so as the global demand for concrete increases in the future. This will lead to a high demand for SCMs, which in the case of s...    »
 
Publisher:
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) 
Publisher address:
Trondheim, Norwegen 
Year:
2018 
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Print-ISBN:
978-82-326-2873-5 
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https://ntnuopen.ntnu.no/ntnu-xmlui/handle/11250/2485659

 

 
Language:
en 
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