Authors:S. Christopher Gnanaraj, Ramesh Babu Chokkalingam, G. Lizia Thankam, and S.K.M. Pothinathan
potable tap water conforming to IS: 456 – 2000 [ 22 ] was used in this study for producing and curing of cementmortar. For producing good workability and high flowability with less water powder ratio polycarboxylic based superplasticizer (SP) and
Authors:B. Pacewska, M. Nowacka, I. Wilińska, W. Kubissa, and V. Antonovich
compressive strength of cementmortars was also examined.
This article is a continuation of our previously published studies [ 20 ] on cement pastes with described waste catalyst.
Authors:G. Lizia Thankam and Neelakantan Thurvas Renganathan
analysis relating it to the relative strength, keeping the cementmortars and pastes with 0, 5, 10 and 15% replacement of cement with MK and with a water/binder (w/b) ratio of 0.55. The removal of portlandite by pozzolanic reaction reached a maximum at
Authors:SKM. Pothinathan, M. Muthukannan, N. Selvapalam, and S. Christopher Gnanaraj
,” Building Mater. Civil Eng. , pp. 81 – 423 , 2001 .  Y. Ohama , Handbook of Polymer-Modified Concrete and Mortars Properties and Process Technology , Noyes Publications .  Y. K. Jo , “ Basic properties of epoxy cementmortars without hardener
Authors:Messaouda Rais, Adel Boumerzoug, and Balint Baranyai
capacity (J/kg∙K) Density (kg/m 3 ) Cementmortar 1.4 20 1,080 2,200 Hollow brick 0.48 150 936 589 Air gap 0.026 50 1,000 1 Hollow brick 0.48 100 936 625 Plaster 0.35 20 936 875 2.3 Input data and boundary conditions for the simulation process The current
thickness and thermo-physical properties of materials used in each layer of the building envelope ( Table I ). The floor consists of 4 layers, which are plain concrete, sand layer, cementmortar and ceramic tiles. External walls are 0.3 m solid brick walls