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Heat of hydration studies on cellulosic materials and cement systems



Heat of hydration studies on cellulosic materials and cement systems



Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 35(2): 19-32



Data on the maximum temperature rise and heat of hydration are reported for mixtures of wood dust of 5 softwoods and 36 hardwoods with cement and water (with or without calcium chloride accelerator), with a view to their utilization in cement bonded wood wool boards. Species in which the temperature rise of the mixture and heat of hydration are minimally suppressed are the most suitable. The results of tests on ground preparations of various agricultural and forest residues are also reported.

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