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Possibilities of using recycled brick in binders systems with p-clinker content
Tušla, Václav ; Ptáček, Petr (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the preparation binder systems based on Portland clinker and recycled brick. Recycled brick is considered a waste material from construction or production of brick products. This thesis uses finely grounded brick recycled and brick dust, which is produced during final processing of burnt bricks. By incorporating brick dust in alternative system based on Portland clinker could bring ecological and economic benefits. This diploma thesis deals with option using brick dust as pozzolan admixture to Portland clinker, with the aim to prepare and test Portland cement, which is defined in v ČSN EN 197-1. This thesis also deals with possibility preparation of alternative binders based on p-clinker, but those not defined by ČSN EN 197-1. Specifically these are ternary binders with fluid bed ash and binders based on hybrid cements containing sodium sulfate.
Possibilities of application of phosphate bond in brick abrasion dust treatment
Tmejová, Jana ; Havlica, Jaromír (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with possibilities of application of phosphate bond in brick abrasion dust treatment. Brick abrasion dust is produced as a secondary product of brick production during brick grinding. Brick abrasion dust is a relatively fine powder of the same composition as a burnt brick fragment. Since the brick abrasion contains an insufficient amount of the aluminum component, which is crucial for the formation of phosphate bond, the work is primarily concerned with finding a suitable aluminum dopant. The aim of the thesis is to find a suitable admixture that has a sufficient content of aluminum to form a phosphate bond and to determine the ideal amount to be added. Alternative sources of the aluminum component are tested in combination with a commercially available phosphate bond (Alufos 50).
Possibilities of utilization of brick-grind-dust in alternative binding systems based on fluidized ash
Tušla, Václav ; Švec, Jiří (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with usage of brick-grind-dust in alternative binding systems based on ashes of fluid combustion. Specifically it deals with fly ashes and softly milled bed ashes of brown coal combustion. Primarily thanks of content of free lime, anhydrite and other components, fluid ashes have binding properities. Brick-grind-dust arise in end formation of burned bricks. The aim of thesis is to verify, possibilities to create composite of appropriate abilities with high or even exclusive amount of fluid ashes and brick-grind-waste. The paper also deals with influence of some chemical modifying additive on this alternative systems.
Possibilities of utilization of brick-grind-dust in systems based on portland cement
Palovčík, Jakub ; Kalina, Lukáš (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with possibilities of using brick-grind-dust which is a secondary product from manufacturing of grinded bricks. A boom in this method of masonry is connected with an increase of production of these secondary materials. These secondary materials are partly returned to brick manufacturing and partly buried in a landfill site. Due to their composition and origin, these materials are potentially pozzolan active, making them interesting for applications in hydraulic binders. The aim of the work was to study the physical and chemical properties of several brick-grind-dust and brick sands. Subsequently, binders based on these materials and Portland cement were prepared. The properties of the binders were modified by means of adding a commercially available polycarboxylate superplasticizer. The development of mechanical properties of the prepared binders has been studied over time. Hydration of the selected binders was analyzed by isothermal calorimetry.

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