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By Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Maty??, Navin Jose Manjooran, Gary Pickrell, Andrei Jitianu

This complaints includes a selection of 26 papers from the subsequent six 2013 fabrics technology and expertise (MS&T'13) symposia:

  • Green applied sciences for fabrics production and Processing V
  • Materials improvement and Degradation administration in Nuclear Applications
  • Materials matters in Nuclear Waste administration within the twenty first Century
  • Energy garage III: fabrics, structures and Applications
  • Nanotechnology for power, Healthcare and Industry
  • Hybrid natural – Inorganic fabrics for replacement Energy

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The morphology of as-precipitated particles and alkaline-treated particles was observed by a scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The crystal structure of these particles was identified by X-ray diffraction measurements. The cross section of an alkaline-treated particle was observed by transmission electron microscopy (TEM). An electron beam 1 nm in diameter was used for a electron diffraction measurement. To investigate the adsorption property, 200 ml of arsenic solution with about 100 As-mg/L was prepared using aqueous arsenic acid (H3AsO4), and then 40 mg of alkaline-treated particles was immersed in such solution for 240 minutes.

The cardinal aim is to analyze the experimental data generated to formulate a phenomenological model to arrive at the combinations of the ingredients to produce CLSM to meet the strength development desired at the specified age irrespective of the age & proportion of the mix. 3MPa or less. Currently CLSM applications require unconfined compressive strengths in the range of 2 MPa or less, so as to allow future excavation of previously laid surfaces for alterations as the need arises. 3MPa allows using this material for structural fill under buildings where future excavation is unlikely.

There are two reasons for this. In the case of experimental RFA values for certain combinations due to bleeding taking place it is difficult to identify the exact water content responsible for flow. In the case of experimental strength values one factor was observed like in the cases where bleeding took place at higher water content, the cylindrical samples made showed some dewatering leaving some water standing on the top of samples before final setting takes place, which makes it difficult to exactly link the strength developed with the corresponding B/W ratio.

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