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  • Geopolymer is a term covering a class of synthetic aluminosilicate materials with potential use in a number of areas, essentially as a replacement for Portland cement and for advanced high-tech composites, ceramic applications or as a form of cast stone.
  • Geopolymer binders and geopolymer cements are generally formed by reaction of an aluminosilicate powder with an alkaline silicate solution at roughly ambient conditions.
  • Geopolymer cements can also be made from sources of pozzolanic materials, such as lava or fly ash from coal.
  • Geopolymer concrete based on pozzolana is a new material that does not need the presence of Portland cement as a binder.
  • Since no limestone is used as a material, geopolymer cement has excellent properties within both acid and salt environments.
  • Sea water can be used for the blending of the geopolymer cement.
  • Geopolymer materials represent an innovative technology that is generating considerable interest in the construction industry, particularly in light
    of the ongoing emphasis on sustainability.
  • User-friendly geopolymer cements that can be used under conditions similar to those suitable for portland cement are the current focus of extensive world-wide research efforts.
  • The production of versatile, cost-effective geopolymer cements that can be mixed and hardened essentially like portland cement would represent a “game changing” advancement, revolutionizing the construction of transportation infrastructure.
  • Geopolymerisation starts with the alkalination step involving NaOH or KOH. Its mechanism can be followed with MAS-NMR spectroscopy.
  • The fly ash-based geopolymer paste binds the loose coarse aggregates, fine aggregates and other un-reacted materials together to form the
    geopolymer concrete, with or without the presence of admixtures. The manufacture of geopolymer concrete is carried out using the usual concrete technology methods.
  • The properties and uses of geopolymers are being explored in many scientific and industrial disciplines such as modern inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, colloid chemistry and in all types of engineering process technologies.
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Company Profiles
  • Company from Australia
  • Company from Florida
  • Company from UK

Application

  • Applications Non-for traditional Cements in
    Highway Transportation Systems
  • Sustainability with Ultra High Performance and Geopolymer Concrete Construction
  • Experiment evaluation of self-cure Geopolymer concrete for mass pour applications
  • Fatigue Behavior of Geopolymer Cemente Concrete
  • Performance of Geopolymeric concrete reinforced with steel fibers
  • Application of Ca-based geopolymer with blast furnace slag, a review
  • The Potentials of Geopolymer for rapid set high strength cement in concrete repair
  • A New way to reduce global warming

Production

  • High Strength Geopolymers Produced from coal combustion fly ash
  • Green Concrete : Cement-less Concrete
  • Investigating The Possibility Of Utilization Of Kaolin And The Potential Of Metakaolin To
    Produce Green Cement For Construction Purposes – A Review
  • Geopolymer Cement from Alkali-Activated Natural Pozzolans: Effect of Addition of Minerals
  • Investigating 21st Century Cement Production in Interior Alaska Using Alaskan Resources

Technology

  • Valorisation of fly ashes by Geopolymerisation
  • Geopolymers: An Environmental Alternative to Carbon Dioxide Producing Ordinary Portland Cement
  • Development of sustainable cementitious materials
  • Applications of Geopolymer technology to waste stabilization
  • Durability and diffusive behaviour evaluation of Geopolymer material
  • Development of Geopolymer concrete supported by system analytical tools

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Process

  • Compressive strength and embodied energy optimization of fly ash based Geopolymer concrete
  • Development and properties of low-calcium fly ash based Geopolymer Concrete
  • Sulfuric acid attack on hardened paste of Geopolymer cements
  • Taftan pozzolan based Geopolymer cement
  • Experimental evaluation of electrical conductivity of
    carbon fiber reinforced fly-ash based geopolymer
  • Carbonation of Geopolymer concrete

Turnkey Plants

  • Plant from Germany
  • Plant from Haryana
  • Plant from Jamshedpur
  • Plant from Noida

Consultant

  • Consultant from Australia
  • Consultant from France
  • Consultant from USA
  • Consultant from Washington
Patent
  • Cementitious materials including slag and geopolymers
  • Geopolymer composites and structures formed therefrom
  • Geopolymer-modified, gypsum-based construction materials
  • Geopolymer concrete and method of preparation and casting
  • Geopolymeric cement based on fly ash and harmless to use

Report

  • 30 Years of Successes and Failures in Geopolymer Applications. Market Trends and Potential Breakthroughs.
  • Characterization and performance optimization of a cementitious composite for quasi-static and dynamic loads
  • Effect of Alkali silica reaction(ASR) in Geopolymer concrete
  • Modified Guidlines for Geopolymer concrete mix design using indian standard
  • Project report – Grant FA23860814096, "Fire resistance of geopolymer concretes" – J. Provis, University of Melbourne

Suppliers

  • Supplier from India
  • Supplier from Singapore

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