Simulating the hydration of cementitious phases with an oscillating rate of reaction
(1999) In Cement and Concrete Research 29(9). p.15131517 Abstract
 To investigate how an oscillating reaction rate might influence the hydration of cementitious solids, a simple iterative mathematical model that includes recurrent passivation of the surface has been constructed. The algorithm generates a wide variety of hydration curves with a limited number of input parameters: i.e.. V0 (volume of unreacted solid after initial reaction), a, (degree of reaction upon initial wetting), x0 (fraction of particle surface passivated after initial wetting); running index: n (cycle number, with an arbitrary unit of time per cycle); constants: m (number of cycles with constant x, the relative rate of the hydration and passivation reactions), k (maximum linear rate of reaction front), and lambda (range 01,... (More)
 To investigate how an oscillating reaction rate might influence the hydration of cementitious solids, a simple iterative mathematical model that includes recurrent passivation of the surface has been constructed. The algorithm generates a wide variety of hydration curves with a limited number of input parameters: i.e.. V0 (volume of unreacted solid after initial reaction), a, (degree of reaction upon initial wetting), x0 (fraction of particle surface passivated after initial wetting); running index: n (cycle number, with an arbitrary unit of time per cycle); constants: m (number of cycles with constant x, the relative rate of the hydration and passivation reactions), k (maximum linear rate of reaction front), and lambda (range 01, determines the general passivation behaviour, modelled by the algorithm x(new) = 4 lambda xold[1  xold]). The hydration process is described by the sequence: (1) Delta V = k(1  x)V^2/3, (2) Vnew = Vold  Delta V, (3) alpha = 1  (V/V0) + alpha0. (Less)
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 Evju, Cecilie ^{LU} ; Hansen, Eskil ^{LU} and Hansen, Staffan ^{LU}
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 publishing date
 1999
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 published
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 keywords
 Modeling, Hydration, Retardation, Kinetics
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 Cement and Concrete Research
 volume
 29
 issue
 9
 pages
 1513  1517
 publisher
 Elsevier
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 scopus:0033189283
 ISSN
 00088846
 DOI
 10.1016/S00088846(99)001349
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 English
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