Investigation of Mechano-chemical Properties of the Effects of Nanoparticles in Artificial Stone Produced
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The aim of this study is to produce artificial stone from the sludge of stone cutting factories, its properties are increased by adding nano-fillers. The results show reduced the water content to 25% and increasing of resin unconfined compressive strength increased. To further enhance the properties of the sample and minimize the pores is used the TiO2, ZnO and SiC nano-fillers, almost all pores are destroyed and have observed a significant increase in physicochemical properties. Unlike artificial stone composite is obtained in the absence of the concrete water basin, showed better properties and these properties are increasing over time. The optimum sample is obtained in this study with a glossy surface and hydrophobic compressive strength and flexural samples that samples are determined 450 g of sludge of stone cutting (SSC), cement (C) is 50 wt.% of SSC, water is 25%, resin is 7% and filler is silicon carbide, it is 12wt.% of cement.
KeywordsArtificial stone Nano-fillers Traverten stone Marmarit stone Sludge of stone cutting
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I would like to thank from Doroud branch of Islamic Azad University and Doroud cement factory, for providing me with all the necessary facilities for the research.
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