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6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2018 , 2018.y., pp. 289-296


AVAILABILITY OF ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS WITH CEMENTITIOUS PROPERTIES IN SERBIA
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2018.028
UDC: 666.972.1
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Author : Šupić, Slobodan; Milović, Tiana; Šešlija, Miloš; Draganić, Suzana
 
 Summary:
 The most important environmental concerns in the use of concrete in civil engineering practise are the emission of CO2 during the manufacturing of cement and the consumption of non-renewable resources as raw materials. If an alternative material can substitute at least a portion of the cement, but that does not contribute additional emission to the atmosphere and/or conserves natural resources, and possesses cementitious (binder) properties, then the environmental impact of the concrete industry can be reduced. Based on this premise, SCMs are increasingly being investigated and used worldwide in the production of cement-based composites. This paper provides a review of different alternative materials, available in Serbia, that can be, under certain conditions, used as a binder and replace a part of cement in the concrete industry.
 
 Keywords:
 Biomass ash, fly ash, blast furnace slag, zeolite, emission