Novel Cementitious Materials
Cementitious material is the artificially engineered material that is produced in the largest quantities. Many novel cementitious materials were developed and used in different industries, such as UHPC, ECC, geopolymers, some non-Portland cements, etc. They show many special and interesting properties that could be useful to satisfy the increasingly demanding requirements on mechanical and durability properties of infrastructures under heavy loads built in severe environments. Low-carbon cementitious material has been a hot research issue in recent years. The recycling of solid waste to make useful building materials is studied intensively. The relationship between their composition, microstructure, and properties has been under intensive study in recent decades. Therefore, this Topic invites the submission of works related to the preparation and microstructural characteristics of novel cementitious materials, as well as their properties and applications in different fields. The Topic may be very useful for readers to gain a greater understanding of novel cementitious materials. For the authors, this Topic will be a good opportunity for publication after peer review by expert researchers of cementitious materials. Review articles by experts in the field will also be welcome for submission.
Prof. Dr. Peiyu Yan
Dr. Yao Luan
Dr. Chunsheng Zhou
- cementitious materials
- mechanical properties
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