GGBF

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GGBFGround Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (steel production byproduct; also seen as GGBFS)
GGBFGreen and Golden Bell Frog
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Ground granulated blast furnace slag with specific gravity of 2.94
Pathak, "Investigation of hydraulic activity of ground granulated blast furnace slag in concrete," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Yana, "Particle characteristics and hydration activity of ground granulated blast furnace slag powder containing industrial crude glycerol-based grinding aids," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
A superfine ground granulated blast furnace slag (SGGBS) was obtained by further grinding the GGBS to a specific surface area of 616 [m.sup.2]/kg.
Prusinski, "The effect of ground granulated blast furnace slag (slag cement) on the drying shrinkage of concrete-a critical review of the literature," Heat & Mass Transfer, vol.
numerically simulated the time-dependent chloride diffusion coefficients of concrete including ground granulated blast furnace slag. With an addition of the slag, the changes of total porosity, pore refinement on macro- and microscales due to filling effect, latent-hydraulic properties, and pozzolanic reaction were also analyzed.
mainly evaluated the pumpability of wet-mix shotcrete including various admixtures, that is, silica fume, fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag, metakaolin, and steel fibers based on rheological properties.
It was also experimentally shown that in the same type of cement (CEM II/B) the addition of ground granulated blast furnace slag (in Portland-slag cement, CEM II/B 32,5 R) is more effective in chloride ion binding as the fly ash and limestone in Portland composite cement (CEM II/B-M (V-L) 32,5 R).
In this study three Portland cements, two blast furnace cements, and one composite cement were selected with different amounts of GGBS (ground granulated blast furnace slag) (Table 4).
Durmuc, "Utilization and efficiency of ground granulated blast furnace slag on concrete properties - A review," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) is a waste product in the manufacture of pig iron, in which about 300 kg of slag is produced for each tonne of pig iron [10].
In this experiment, four parameters were investigated, SCC with ordinary Portland cement (OPC), fly ash (FA), rice husk ash (RHA), and ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS).