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Modified-sulphur Concrete Technology.
McBee-WC; Sullivan-TA; Jong-BW
Proc Sulphur-81 Internat Conf on Sulphur Calgary Alberta Canada 1981 May; :22 pages
As part of a program to find uses for plentiful resources, the Bureau of Mines has developed a sulfur concrete technology in which chemically modified elemental sulfur is utilized with suitable mineral aggregates to formulate durable, corrosion-resistant materials of construction. This paper describes the chemical, physical, and mechanical characteristics of both sulfur cement and concretes, and the current state-of-the-art for the manufacture of the materials. Specialized use applications in chemical and metallurgical process environments and current performance data are described.
Proc. Sulphur-81, Internat. Conf. on Sulphur, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 25-28, 1981
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