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Influence of crushed aggregate fines with micro-proportioned particle size distributions on rheology of cement paste
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
Durability of mortar with calcined marl as pozzolan 2 year results : FA 1 Environmentally friendly concrete structures : SP 1.1 Binders with low emission and reduced consumption
(COIN Project report;50, Research report, 2014)
Durability of mortar with calcined marl as pozzolan : FA 1 Environmentally friendly concrete : SP 1.1 Low carbon-footprint binder systems
(COIN Project report;49, Research report, 2013)
Pozzolana from minerals – State of the art. COIN P1 Advanced cementing materials and admixtures. SP 1.4F Alternative pozzolans
(COIN Project report;16, Research report, 2009)
Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous and Industrial Wastes in Cement Kilns - Waste as Alternative Raw Materials
(SINTEF report;SBF IN A07322, Research report, 2007)
Quality improvers in cement making – State of the art : COIN Project P1 Advanced cementing materials : SP 1.1F Reduced CO2 missions
(COIN Project report;2, Research report, 2009)
It has been shown that the overall cement properties are interconnected and in many cases there is still potential for further production improvement by only optimising the different stages (e.g. separate grinding, mill ...
Geopolymers – State of the art : FA 1 Environmentally friendly concrete : SP 1.1 Low carbon-footprint binder systems
(COIN Project report;37, Research report, 2011)
Characterization of cement types used for rock injection
(Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2016)
This paper is a part of the research project “True Improvement in Grouting High pressure Technology for tunneling (TIGHT)" financed by the Research Council of Norway (project no. 236676/O30), in cooperation with Statens ...
Characterisation of fillers with plasticizers: Zeta Potential measurements. FA: Competitive construction. SP 2.3 Production of high quality manufactured aggregate for concrete
(COIN Project report;61, Research report, 2015)
Ternary Blended Cements with Fly Ash and Limestone. Part I: Activation of Fly Ash. State of the art.
(SINTEF Rapport (SINTEF Byggforsk);SBF BK A07023, Research report, 2007-12-13)
There is a rising interest in the production of composite cements due to mounting environmental awareness and the diminishing natural resources. In composite cements considerable parts of the clinker is replaced by ...