Case study on field trials of developed geopolymer (slag and fly ash based) precast concrete paver blocks Lalit Yadav, Amit Trivedi, V. V. Arora, B.N. Mohapatra View Abstract
Efficient production of alkali-activated geopolymers using low-calcium fly ash G.V. P. Bhagath Singh, K.V. L. Subramaniam View Abstract
Geopolymeric materials in infrastructure development: A way forward Md. Reyazur Rahman, Rakesh Paswan, S. K. Singh View Abstract
Utilization of ferrochrome ash as a source material for production of geopolymer concrete for a cleaner sustainable environment Jyotirmoy Mishra, Shaswat Das, R.S. Krishna, Bharadwaj Nanda View Abstract
Bond strength characteristics of fly ash admixed self-compacting alkali activated concrete mixes Manjunath R., Mattur C. Narasimhan, Suryanarayana L. R. View Abstract
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Experimental study on behavior of geopolymer structural masonry Radhakrishna, Venugopal K. View Abstract
Review of handbook of alkali-activated cements, mortars and concretes
Meenakshi Sharma Click to Read
The University of Queensland building uses a geopolymer precast concrete that replaces cement with fly ash and powdered blast furnace slag in the mix. Inset images showcase products and solutions using geopolymer concrete, and a scanning electron micrograph shows the microstructure of a based geopolymer.
Cover image source: - The University of Queensland, Australia.
- S.K. Singh, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, India.
- Idawati Ismail, University of Malaysia Sarawak, and Susan Bernal, University of Leeds, UK.