Analysis of Carbonation in Mortars made with Solid Waste as a Substitute for Cement
W.Martinez Molina1C.Lara Gomez1E.M.Alonso Guzman1H.L.Chavez Garcia1F.M.Gonzalez Valdez1J.T.Pérez Quiroz2W.Martinez Alonso3H.Hernandez Barrios4J.A.Bedolla Arroyo5T.Perez Lopez6J.Reyes Trujeque6J.Tamayo6
1. Department of Materials, Faculty of Civil Engineering University of San Nicolas de Hidalgo2. Mexican Transport Research Institute, Ministry of Communications and Transports3. Division of Civil and Geomatics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, National Autonomous University of Mexico4. Department of Structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering University of San Nicolas de Hidalgo5. Faculty of Architecture, University of San Nicolas de Hidalgo6. Zapata Autonomous University of Campeche
摘要：This research evaluates the behaviour of Portland cement-based mortars with additives that act as cementing materials.These additions are silica rich materials used as substitutes for PC（Portland cement type V ASTM） in the preparation of mortars, as an alternative to reduce the amount of cement, reusing agribusiness waste.The results indicate that the use of some additions in the percentages specified herein is not convenient to mitigate the phenomenon of carbonation, since as the degree of substitution increases, the speed also increases carbonation.On the other hand, if the emission of polluting particles into the environment is mitigated, so the amount of cement used in the mortar decreases.
2015 International Conference on Structural,Mechanical and Materials Engineering（ICSMME2015）