publication . Article . 2013

Use of highly reactive rice husk ash in the production of cement matrix reinforced with green coconut fiber

Sergio Francisco Santos; Holmer Savastano Junior;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2013 Journal: Industrial Crops and Products, volume 49, pages 88-96 (issn: 0926-6690, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: Spain
[EN] This study evaluated the influence of partial replacement of Portland cement by rice husk ash (RHA) to enable the use of green coconut husk fiber as reinforcement for cementitious matrix. The use of highly reactive pozzolanic ash contributes for decreasing the alkaline attack on the vegetable fiber, originated from waste materials. The slurry dewatering technique was used for dispersion of the raw materials in aqueous solution, followed by vacuum drainage of water and pressing for the production of pad composites, as a simplified simulation of the Hatschek process for industrial manufacture. Five formulations were evaluated, two of them without any mineral ...
free text keywords: Cement based composite, Vegetable fiber, Rice husk ash, Cellulosic pulp, Thermogravimetry, INGENIERIA DE LA CONSTRUCCION, Agronomy and Crop Science
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