Online citations, reference lists, and bibliographies.
← Back to Search

The Effects Of Kaolin And Calcined Kaolin On The Durability And Mechanical Properties Of Self-compacting Mortars Subjected To High Temperatures

M. Karataş, A. Benli, Furkan Arslan
Published 2020 · Materials Science

Save to my Library
Download PDF
Analyze on Scholarcy Visualize in Litmaps
Reduce the time it takes to create your bibliography by a factor of 10 by using the world’s favourite reference manager
Time to take this seriously.
Get Citationsy
Abstract This study implemented an experimental program to evaluate the effects of kaolin (K) and calcined kaolin (CK) replacing cement partially on the durability and mechanical characteristics of self-compacting mortars (SCMs) at high temperature up to 900 °C and at room conditions. The cement was partially replaced by kaolin and calcined kaolin at the substitution rates of 0%, 5, 10, 15 and 20% on weight basis. The assessments of strength properties were done by compressive strength and flexural strength test on 3, 28 and 90 day- water cured 40x40x160 mm beam specimens at ambient conditions and the mechanical performance at high temperature was evaluated on the 28 day-water cured specimens. 28 day-50x50x50 mm cube specimens cured in water were used to assess the transport properties. For assessment of rheological and fresh properties, the viscosity test, slump and V-funnel tests were performed. The results of the study show that increasing flowability of fresh mixtures was observed with inclusion rates of K and CK. It was found that the compressive strength of K20 reduced about 18.40% in comparison to control samples at 28 days of curing age. Results illustrated that 8.42% and 14.65% of the flexural strength decrease of K20 and CK20 aged 28 days was observed comparing control specimens respectively. The introduction of CK into SCMs mixes decreased the compressive strength about 31.94%, 25%, 22.51% and 24.68%, and 74.30%, 69.17%, 67.35% and 68.28% at the inclusion rates of 5,10,15 and 20 CK at 600 °C and 900 °C respectively. A slight enhancement in the compressive strength of K and CK incorporated SCMs mixes was reported with temperature and content increment.
This paper references
Water sorptivity of mortars and concretes: a review
C. Hall (1989)
Rate of pozzolanic reaction of metakaolin in high-performance cement pastes
C. Poon (2001)
Effect of drying on cement-based materials pore structure as identified by mercury intrusion porosimetry: A comparative study between oven-, vacuum-, and freeze-drying
C. Gallé (2001)
Performance of metakaolin concrete at elevated temperatures
C. Poon (2003)
Improving strength, drying shrinkage, and pore structure of concrete using metakaolin
E. Güneyisi (2008)
Influence of the calcination temperature of kaolin on the mechanical properties of mortars and concretes containing metakaolin
R. Mejía de Gutiérrez (2008)
Effect of elevated temperature on physico-mechanical properties of metakaolin blended cement mortar
H. A. El-Nouhy (2009)
Lightweight pozzolanic materials used in mortars: Evaluation of their influence on density, mechanical strength and water absorption
Marco Torres (2009)
Influence of metakaolin on the properties of mortar and concrete: A review
R. Siddique (2009)
The origin of the pozzolanic activity of calcined clay minerals: A comparison between kaolinite, illite and montmorillonite
R. Fernández (2011)
Influence of calcined kaolin on mortar properties
Mohamed Said-Mansour (2011)
Behavior of blended cement mortars containing nano-metakaolin at elevated temperatures
M. Morsy (2012)
Effects of Kaolin on Engineering Properties of Portland Cement Concrete
Junan Shen (2012)
Fresh and hardened properties of self-compacting concrete containing metakaolin
R. Madandoust (2012)
Mechanical and durability properties of self consolidating high performance concrete incorporating natural zeolite, silica fume and fly ash
F. Sabet (2013)
Effect of Metakaolin Content on the Properties of High Strength Concrete
P. Dinakar (2013)
Mechanical performance, durability, qualitative and quantitative analysis of microstructure of fly ash and Metakaolin mortar at elevated temperatures
A. Nadeem (2013)
Influence of porosity on compressive and tensile strength of cement mortar
Xudong Chen (2013)
Influences of Metakaolin on the Durability and Mechanical Properties of Mortars
Ş. Yazıcı (2014)
Effect of kaolin waste content on the properties of normal-weight concretes
A. Lotfy (2015)
Fresh-state properties of self-compacting mortar and concrete with combined use of limestone filler and fly ash
P. Silva (2015)
Calcined kaolin as cement replacing material and its use in high strength concrete
N. Shafiq (2015)
Effects of mechanical and thermal activation on pozzolanic activity of kaolin containing mica
B. Ilić (2016)
Durability and mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating palm oil fuel ash
N. Ranjbar (2016)
Early and Late Strength Characterization of Portland Cement Containing Calcined Low-Grade Kaolin Clay
M. Bediako (2016)
Sorptivity of self-compacting concrete containing fly ash and silica fume
Hy Leung (2016)
Effect of sea water and MgSO4 solution on the mechanical properties and durability of self-compacting mortars with fly ash/silica fume
A. Benli (2017)
An experimental study of different curing regimes on the mechanical properties and sorptivity of self-compacting mortars with fly ash and silica fume
A. Benli (2017)
Influence of ground pumice powder on the mechanical properties and durability of self-compacting mortars
M. Karataş (2017)
Effect of aggregate properties on the mechanical and absorption characteristics of geopolymer mortar
K. Mermerdaş (2017)
High temperature resistance of self-compacting lightweight mortar incorporating expanded perlite and pumice
M. Karataş (2017)
Influence of ground pumice powder on the bond behavior of reinforcement and mechanical properties of self-compacting mortars
Benli (2017)
Influence of Silica Fume and Class F Fly Ash on Mechanical and Rheological Properties and Freeze-Thaw Durability of Self-Compacting Mortars
A. Benli (2018)
Strength and durability performance of self compacting concrete containing self-combusted rice husk ash and metakaolin
V. Kannan (2018)
Influence of Copper Slag and Metakaolin on the Durability of Self Compacting Concrete
Rahul Sharma (2018)
Durability properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating metakaolin and rice husk ash
A. S. Gill (2018)
Effect of aggressive chemicals on durability and microstructure properties of concrete containing crushed new concrete aggregate and non-traditional supplementary cementitious materials
M. Alnahhal (2018)
The effect of fly ash and silica fume on mechanical properties and durability of coral aggregate concrete
W. Wu (2018)
Effect of incorporation of metakaolin and recycled coarse aggregate on properties of concrete
R. Muduli (2019)
Performance and durability properties of self-compacting mortars with electric arc furnace dust as filler
A. Lozano-Lunar (2019)
Effect of incorporation of raw vermiculite as partial sand replacement on the properties of self-compacting mortars at elevated temperature
M. Karataş (2019)
Mechanical and durability properties of self‐compacting mortars containing binary and ternary mixes of fly ash and silica fume
A. Benli (2019)
High temperature effect on the mechanical behavior of steel fiber reinforced self‐compacting concrete containing ground pumice powder
M. Karataş (2019)
Evaluation of Properties and Microstructure of Cement Paste Blended with Metakaolin Subjected to High Temperatures
Wenqiang Wang (2019)
Experimental investigation on effects of calcined bentonite on fresh, strength and durability properties of sustainable self-compacting concrete
Z. Laidani (2020)
Residual strength and microstructure of fiber reinforced self-compacting concrete exposed to high temperatures
A. Sadrmomtazi (2020)
Effect of high temperature on the performance of self-compacting mortars produced with calcined kaolin and metakaolin
Furkan Arslan (2020)
Potential pozzolanicity of Algerian calcined bentonite used as cement replacement: optimisation of calcination temperature and effect on strength of self-compacting mortars
Z. Laidani (2020)
Mechanical characteristics of self-compacting mortars with raw and expanded vermiculite as partial cement replacement at elevated temperatures
A. Benli (2020)

This paper is referenced by
Semantic Scholar Logo Some data provided by SemanticScholar