Special features of the effect of nonequilibrium defects, including dislocations on the activity and the structural instability of silicate systems, are considered. It is shown that the physicochemical properties of a material depend substantially on the phase composition, the presence of defects in the structure, and the treatment conditions. The hydration process is shown to intensify in the early stage of the interaction between portland cement and water. The suggested model of an “absolutely deformed solid body” makes it possible to take into account the structural defects, the level of the accumulated energy, and the activity of materials in the stage of preparing the raw components and the waste and in the production cycle of various silicate materials.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 23, 2007
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