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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 70, Issue 9–10, pp 338–339 | Cite as

Heavy Optical Glass in Concrete for Radiation Protection

  • V. S. Dem’yanova
  • D. V. Kalashnikov
Protection of the Environment
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A new-generation, high-strength, ultra-heavy, reactive-powder concrete for radiation protection is proposed. This superconcrete is obtained by making total use of TF-10 silicate-lead glass cullet as fine and coarse fillers introduced in dry form into the concrete mix.

Key words

disposal optical glass composition concrete protection radiation properties density strength 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Penza State University of Architecture and ConstructionPenzaRussia

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