Synthesis, physico-mechanical properties, material processing, and math models of novel superior materials doped flake of carbon and colloid flake of carbon

Mehmet Serkan Kırgız, André Gustavo de Sousa Galdino*, John Kinuthia, Anwar Khitab, Muhammad Irfan Ul Hassan, Jamal Khatib, Hesham El Naggar, Carlos Thomas, Jahangir Mirza, Said Kenai, Tuan Anh Nguyen, Moncef Nehdi, Muhammad Syarif, Ahmed Ashteyat, Ravindran Gobinath, Ahmed Soliman, Trinity A. Tagbor, Manoj A. Kumbhalkar, Naraindas Bheel, Chandra Sekhar Tiwary

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Abstract

High performance colloid flake of carbon is gaining interest due importance in meeting the challenges of the globe. To make novel superior materials, the pulverized fuel ash-green adhesive based construction materials modified with the flake of carbon and the colloid flake of carbon were evaluated in view of synthesis, physico-mechanical properties, and material processing and models. For better understanding, such experimental samples as green adhesive plaster and green adhesive grout were made of the pulverized fuel ash of class C, the common adhesive, the flake of carbon, the colloid flake of carbon, fine sand, and the distilled water to compare with the structural material properties each other. The results of the adsorption spectra of optical atomic spectroscopy of the colloid flake carbon, the thickening-period of plaster, the spread and the consolidating level, the apparent unit volume mass, the apparent porosity, the apparent compacity, and the compressive stress of green grouts were reported in the research. It was concluded that the flake of carbon and the colloid flake of carbon led to important progress in the novel superior materials, e.g., accelerating of the thickening-period of plasters and increasing of the compressive stress of grouts.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4993-5009
Number of pages17
JournalJournal of Materials Research and Technology
Volume15
Issue number00
Early online date30 Oct 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2021

Keywords

  • Flake of nano carbon
  • Colloid flake of carbon
  • Pulverised Fuel Ash
  • Mechanical properties
  • Physical properties
  • Durability

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