RESEARCH OF BUILDING MATERIALS

STUDY OF CONCRETE POROSITY USING THE INDUSTRIAL WASTE OF COOPER PRODUCTION

Вестник МГСУ 9/2016
  • Kravtsov Aleksey Vladimirovich - Kostroma State Agricultural Academy (KSAA) postgraduate student, Department of Technology, Management and Economy in Construction, Kostroma State Agricultural Academy (KSAA), 34 Uchebnyy gorodok str., Karavaevo settlement, Kostroma district, Kostroma region, 156530, Russian Federation; Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript .
  • Tsybakin Sergey Valer’evich - Kostroma State Agricultural Academy (KSAA) Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, dean, Department of Architecture and Construction, Kostroma State Agricultural Academy (KSAA), 34 Uchebnyy gorodok str., Karavaevo settlement, Kostroma district, Kostroma region, 156530, Russian Federation; Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript .

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The authors consider a problem of the influence of copper manufacturing waste locating in the Chelyabinsk region on concrete porosity when applying it as an independent mineral admixture and as a component of organo-mineral mixed binder for production of concrete with industrial wastes. This trend is current for today’s science because of the growing rates and scales of building production, in particular, of concrete works. Also complex organic mineral admixture consisting of superplasticizers, based on esters with carboxyl groups, and fine grinding copper slag have not been studied by the present time due to the diversity of species and the complexity of chemical structure. Using new complex admixtures and mixed binders processed of industrial by-products showed an high index of their effectiveness. Copper slag dumps located in the Urals federal district haven’t been widely used in building production or in other industrial production by present time. Efficient utilization of copper production waste materials will help to solve ecological problems in most regions of Russia. The results of the study of different porosity groups (pores of different diameter) were presented on porosity development process diagrams depending on the volume of introduction of fine copper smelter slag in concrete with cooper mineral admixture and strength-porosity correlation diagrams. The obtained characteristics don’t confirm the prospects for applying method of joint grinding of concrete with this kind of non-ferrous metallurgy waste. In addition, the obtained results allow us to make a conclusion about little advantages of using this method of binder production. Copper slag can be more effectively used as a component of complex organic and single mineral admixture for concrete production with different purposeы and fieldы of application.

DOI: 10.22227/1997-0935.2016.9.86-97

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