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FernandezJimenez, A. Palomo, Fuel 82, 2259–2265 (2003). 14. “Geopolymer technology: the current state of the art”, P. Duxson, A. Fernandez-Jimenez, J. L. Provis, G. C. Lukey, A. Palomo, J. S. J. van Deventer, J. Mater. Sci 42, 2917–2933 (2007). 15. “NaOH-activated ground fly ash geopolymer cured at ambient temperature”, K. Somna, C. Jaturapitakkul, P. Kajitvichyanukul, and P. Chindaprasirt, Fuel 90, 2118-2124 (2011). 16. “The mechanical properties of fly ash-based geopolymer concrete with alkaline activators”, G.

9. 10. 11. Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies V NOVEL ENGINEERED CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS BY USING CLASS C FLY ASH AS A CEMENTITIOUS PHASE M. F. Riyad1, M. Fuka1, R. Lofthus1, Q. Li2, N. M. Patel3, and S. Gupta1 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of North Dakota, ND 58202 Corporation, Libertyville, IL 60048 3Energy and Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota, ND 58201 2USG ABSTRACT This paper reports the synthesis and characterization of novel composites fabricated by using Class C Fly Ash (CFA) as the main cementitious constituent.

Zhou, Y. & Cang, D. Preparation of novel ceramics with high CaO content from steel slag. 015 (2014). 11Cameron, M. & Papike, J. J. Structural and chemical variations in pyroxenes. Am. Mineral. 66, 1-50 (1981). 12Ai, X. , Gu, X. M. & Cang, D. Q. Development of ceramic based on steel slag with different magnesium content. 0000000078 (2013). Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies V · 51 EFFICIENCY GAINS IN POWERTRAIN COMPONENTS BY MOLYBDENUM-ALLOYED SPECIAL STEELS Hardy Mohrbacher NiobelCon bvba Schilde, Belgium ABSTRACT Powertrain components play a crucial role in the efficiency and performance of vehicles and machines.

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