Blast-Furnace Slag Cement
J. A. BROTHERS; M. R. FORAN
This paper reviews the progress made in the manufacture of hydraulic cement from iron blast-furnace slag by simply grinding the granulated material with other constituents. The influence of the chemical and mineralogical composition of the slag, the conditions of granulation, the manner of drying, and the fineness of grinding, on the hydraulic properties of the cement, is discussed. The effect of additions of lime, Portland cement, and anhydrite, alone and in combination, on the physical and cementing qualities of the mortar and concrete made from Sydney blast furnace slag, is shown in tables of data and is reviewed in some detail.
anhydrite, blast furnace, calcium, Portland cement, slag, Cement, compressive strength, Lime, mixture, Portland cement, Slag, Slags, Strength, Water, Waters