Deflocculated refractory concretes with a high cement content
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Dependences are provided for the spreadability and mechanical characteristics of deflocculated concretes on the content of microsilica, deflocculant and water. The effect of microsilica on hydration of calcium aluminate cements is discussed.
KeywordsWater Requirement Cement Hydration Cement Content Calcium Aluminate Cement Particle
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