Efecto del uso de laterita niquelífera y piedra pomez como aditivos en el desempeño y la durabilidad del cemento Portland

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Rueda-Gualdrón, María Carolina; Vega-Nuñez, Karen Milena; Ríos-Reyes, Carlos Alberto;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de Antioquia
  • Subject: pumice | cement | mortars | Puzzolan | Puzolana | morteros | pumita | nickeliferous laterite | cemento | laterita niquelífera

This work evaluated the pozzolanic behavior of the niqueliferous laterite of Cerromatoso (Córdoba) and the pumice of Cemex (Boyacá), based on the NTC standards for fine aggregates. The mortars were prepared with additions of 2.5%, 5% and 10% as substitutes of type I Por... View more
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