aluminous cement

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aluminous cement

n
(Building) another term for Ciment Fondu
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Biocompatibility of new calcium aluminate cement (EndoBinder).
Particularly, corrosion of steel-reinforced concrete made of calcium aluminate cement (CAC) has been reported in Europe [1, 2].
Calcium aluminate cement (CAC) exhibits excellent performance as a repair material, having higher early strength and a greater resistance against sulfate and abrasion than those of Portland cement [1-3].
(25) This rate only begins to increase with the hydration of CaO, which occurs in the anhydrous composition of calcium aluminate cement, as a result of how the cement is obtained, i.e., from the calcination of aluminum ([Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]) and calcium carbonate (CaC[O.sub.3]).
A leading Turkish manufacturer of cement and ready-mixed concrete products, Cimsa produces special products such as white cement and calcium aluminate cement, as well as gray cement.
K., Seong-Ho C., Effects of litium fluoride and maleic acid on bioactivity of calcium aluminate cement: Formation of hydroxyapatite in simulated body fluid, J Biomed Mater Res, 67A-104-111 (2003).
Calcium aluminate cement is in castable refractories.
Davraz [23] used boron-modified active belite cement, calcium aluminate cement, and Portland cement as binder materials in mortar mixtures.
MPC could contribute more chemical bond strength between steel fiber and cement-based matrix than accelerated calcium aluminate cement. In addition, the bond durability after exposure to a severe environment is outstanding.
Oliveira et al., "Effect of novel calcium aluminate cement on the early events of the progression of osteogenic cell cultures," Brazilian Dental Journal, vol.
Goetz-Neunhoeffer, "Hydration kinetics of C[A.sub.2] and CA-investigations performed on a synthetic calcium aluminate cement," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.