Predicting the influence of mineral additions on reaction and property development in cementitious mixtures

Gaurav Sant (Inventor), Tandre Oey (Inventor), Aditya Kumar (Inventor)

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Abstract

A mechanical property of a cementitious mixture is predicted by: (1) receiving user input characterizing a mixture of a cement and a mineral addition, the user input corresponding to at least one of: (a) a size characteristic of the cement; (b) a size characteristic of the mineral addition; and (c) a replacement level of the cement by the mineral addition in the mixture; (2) based on the user input, deriving a predicted cumulated heat released by the mixture through hydration for a reaction time period; and (3) based on the predicted cumulated heat released, deriving a predicted mechanical property of the mixture at an age corresponding to the reaction time period.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberUS20150142336A1
Priority date7/06/12
Filing date7/06/13
Publication statusPublished - 21 May 2015
MoE publication typeNot Eligible

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Minerals
Cements
Mechanical properties
Hydration
Hot Temperature

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Sant, Gaurav (Inventor) ; Oey, Tandre (Inventor) ; Kumar, Aditya (Inventor). / Predicting the influence of mineral additions on reaction and property development in cementitious mixtures. Patent No.: US20150142336A1. Jun 07, 2013.
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