Title: Application of fly ash and CRT glass waste in cement mortars

Authors: JURA, J., ULEWICZ, M.

Keywords: fly ash, CRT glass cullet, biomass, cement mortars

Abstract: The article presents the results of research aimed at using glass waste and ash from biomass. The tests were carried out for cement mortars samples with using glass cullet, ash from biomass and using both wastes in 50/50 proportions. The physical and mechanical properties of the standard mortar and modified mortars were tested. Standard mortar and cement mortar samples were made in which 10, 20 and 30% of the cement mass was used as part of the standard sand. The samples were made of CEM I 42.5R. Mortars containing fly ash addition had an increased compressive strength and a smaller drop in compressive strength after frost resistance tests than standard mortar. The use of glass cullet in the amount of up to 20% did not reveal any changes in the mechanical properties of mortars, but using them in a larger amount resulted in unfavorable results. The use of a mixture of these two waste materials did not improve the results. The research has shown the possibility of using this waste to modify cement mortars.

DOI: 10.22630/PNIKS.2018.27.3.34

APA style references: Jura, J. & Ulewicz, M. (2018). Application of fly ash and CRT glass waste in cement mortars. Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 27 (3), 348-354. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2018.27.3.34

APA style citation in text: The first time citation in text: (Jura & Ulewicz, 2018), next citation: (Jura & Ulewicz, 2018)

Chicago style references: Jura, Jakub, Małgorzata Ulewicz. "Application of fly ash and CRT glass waste in cement mortars." Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 81 ser., vol. 27, no 3, (2018): 348-354. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2018.27.3.34.

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