Book: geopolymers, green chemistry and sustainable development solutions

Geopolymer 2005 Table of Content

©2006, 236 pages
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Session 1: Geopolymer Chemistry
1 – Geopolymer chemistry and sustainable Development. The Poly(sialate) terminology : a very useful and simple model for the promotion and understanding of green-chemistry.
Joseph Davidovits
2 – Chemical indicator of geopolymer
Roman Slavík, Vratislav Bednařík, Milan Vondruška, Ondřej Skoba, Tomáš Hanzlíček
3 – Structural ordering in geopolymers derived from metakaolin
Peter Duxson, John L. Provis, Grant C. Lukey and Jannie S. J. van Deventer
4 – Fresh Insights into Geopolymer Formulations: the Roles of Sodium Silicate and Sodium Aluminate
D.R.M. Brew and K.J.D. MacKenzie
5 – Novel Geopolymer Materials Containing Borate Structural Units
Catherine Nicholson, Benjamin Murray, Ross Fletcher, D.R.M. Brew, Kenneth Mackenzie, Martin Schmücker
6 – The influence of calcium content on the performance of geopolymeric binder especially the resistance against acids
A. Buchwald, K. Dombrowski, M. Weil
7 – Towards an understanding of the synthesis mechanisms of geopolymer materials.
Catherine Nicholson, Benjamin Murray, Ross Fletcher, D.R.M. Brew, Kenneth Mackenzie, Martin Schmücker
8 – Fixation of heavy metals in geopolymeric materials based on brown coal fly ash
Martina Minaríková, František Škvára
9 – Corrosion of metals in geopolymers
J Morris, S Hodges
10 – Speciation studies of Fe, Mn, Ca and Ti and dissolution of a metakaolinite-based geopolymer with Si/Al ~ 2
D. S. Perera, E. R. Vance, Y. Zhang, J. Davis and P. Yee
11 – The microstructural characterisation of geopolymers derived from fly ash and solid silicates
C. Rees, G.C. Lukey and J.S.J. van Deventer
12 – Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer-Organic Polymer Composites
Kunal Shrotri, Andreas Langner and Benjamin Varela
13 – Geopolymerisation of Australian slag with effective dissolution by the alkali
Sotya Astutiningsih and Yinong Liu
14 – The effect of partially reacted surfaces on the short-range ordering of geopolymeric gels
Syet Li Yong, Dingwu Feng, Grant C. Lukey, and Jannie S.J. van Deventer

Session 2: Industrial Waste as Raw Material
1 – Structure and stability of geopolymers synthesized from kaolinitic and shale clay residues
Oleg Bortnovsky, Zdenek Sobalik, Zdenka Tvaruzkova, Jiri Dedecek, Pavel Roubicek, Zaneta Prudkova, Miroslav Svoboda
2 – Preparation of geopolymeric monoliths from red mud-PFBC ash fillers at ambient temperature
W. Cundi, Y. Hirano, T. Terai, R. Vallepu, A. Mikuni, and K. Ikeda
3 – Preparing Kaolin from Coal Waste by Suspension Calcining Process
Hui Li, Bilin Shao, Yanxin Chen, Delong Xu
4 – Geopolymeric Binder Using Tungsten Mine Waste: Preliminary Investigation
F. Pacheco-Torgal, J. P. Castro-Gomes, S. Jalali

Session 3: Geopolymer Cement
1 – Tec-Cement Technologies and Geopolymers
John Harrison
2 – Effects of high silica-content materials on fly ash-based geopolymeric cement properties
Fongjan Jirasit, Ludger Lohaus
3 – Effect of Mechanically Activated Fly ash on the Properties of Geopolymer Cement
Sanjay Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, T.C. Alex, A. Bandopadhyay, S.P. Mehrotra
4 – Early Mechanical Property and Durability of Geopolymer
Ke-Liang LI, Guo-Hong HUANG, Jian CHEN, Dong WANG, Xiu-Sheng TANG
5 – The relationship between cure conditions and flexural properties in flyash-based geopolymers
N. A. Miller, C. D. Stirling, C. L. Nicholson
6 – Rheological and mechanical evaluation of geopolymer-Portland cementing systems
Maria D.M. Paiva, Érika P. Marinho, Valeska G. Oliveira, Antonio E. Martinelli, Dulce M.A. Melo, Marcus A.F. Melo, Romero G.S. Araújo
7 – Fly Ash–based geopolymeric binders
Ion Dumitru, Valentina Paraschiv

Session 4: Geopolymer Concrete
1 – Studies on fly ash-based geopolymer concrete
B. Vijaya Rangan, Djwantoro Hardjito, Steenie E. Wallah, and Dody M.J. Sumajouw
2 – Develoments in geopolymer precast concrete
J. T. Gourley and G. B. Johnson
3 – Effect of mixing time and rest period on the engineering of fly ash-based geopolymer concrete
D. Hardjito, S.E. Wallah, D.M.J. Sumajouw, B.V. Rangan
4 – Fly ash-based geopolymer concrete: an application for structural members
Dody M.J. Sumajouw, Djwantoro Hardjito, Steenie E. Wallah, and B.Vijaya Rangan
5 – Performance of fly ash-based geopolymer concrete under sulfate and acid exposure
Steenie E. Wallah, Djwantoro Hardjito, Dody M.J. Sumajouw, B.Vijaya Rangan
6 – Response of geopolymer concrete to sulphuric acid attack
Xiu-jiang Song, Marton Marosszeky, Michael Brungs, Zhen-Tian Chang

Session 5: Applications in Construction Materials
1 – Solidification of waste tyre-shreds by geopolymerization
O. Skoba, V. Bednařík, M. Vondruška, R. Slavík, T. Hanzlíček
2 – Geopolymer as an inorganic additive to stabilize clay containing materials
Ch. Kaps, A. Buchwald and M. Hohmann
3 – Repairing of damaged stone in monuments and stone buildings
Amândio Teixeira Pinto, Eduardo Vieira

Session 6: Applications in High-Tech Materials
1 – Geopolymers, more than just a cement
W. M. Kriven, J. Bell1, M. Gordon, and Gianguo Wen
2 – The influence of the calcium content in geopolymeric binders on their behaviour at elevated temperatures
K. Dombrowski, A. Buchwald, M. Weil
3 – The effect of alkali metal type and silicate concentration on the thermal stability of geopolymers
Peter Duxson, Grant C. Lukey and Jannie S. J. van Deventer
4 – Solid rod reinforced geopolymer composite materials
N. A. Miller, C. D. Stirling, C. L. Nicholson
5 – In plane strength of geopolymer reinforces masonery structures
P. Chang, Nazir Mohammed, and P.N. Balaguru
6 – Use of geopolymer matrix for high temperature resistant hybrid laminates and sandwich panels
C.G. Papakonstantinou and P.N. Balaguru
7 – The Use of Geopolymers as Concrete Coatings for Fire Protection
Benjamin Varela, Natalya Privorotskaya
8 – MAS-NMR studies of geopolymers heat-treated for applications in biomaterials field
Hassane Oudadesse, Anne Cécile Derrien, Marie Lefloch, Joseph Davidovits

Session 7: Geopolymer Applications to Archaeology
1 – Synthetic stone in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia: manufacture of synthetic lava and synthetic basalt and decipherment of the C-14 Irtysen Stele (2000 B.C.)
Joseph. Davidovits
2 – Why Djoser’s blue Egyptian faience tiles are not blue? Manufacturing Djoser’s faience tiles at temperatures as low as 250°C?
Joseph Davidovits and Ralph Davidovits
3 – Latest analysis on pyramid stones supporting Joseph Davidovits’ theory
a) PIXE, PIGE and NMR studies of the masonry of the pyramid of Cheops at Giza (Guy Demortier)
b) Microstructural investigations of pyramid stones and natural Giza stones at various scales (Gilles Hug)
c) Synchrotron radiation and other measurements on limestone-based material from the Nile basin (E. Pantos)
d) The making of 15 tonnes of Egyptian pyramid stones the Diaporama: Summer 2002 (Geopolymer Institute and CORDI-Géopolymère)