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Properties of fresh mortars made with HAC and admixtures for the marine environment, in Calcium Aluminate Cements

Baker, N. and Banfill, P.F.G. (1990) Properties of fresh mortars made with HAC and admixtures for the marine environment, in Calcium Aluminate Cements. In: Calcium Aluminate Cements: Proceedings of a Symposium dedicated to H G Midgley. Taylor and Francis. ISBN 978-0-419-15200-2

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Abstract

Calcium aluminate cements (high alumina cements) are used for many special applications in the construction, civil engineering and refractory industries because of their ability to gain strength rapidly and to withstand aggressive environments and high temperatures.