Qinghan Bian

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Background Pursuing GHG reductions by means of all resources and efforts has turned out no result to stop or even slow the global warming: the globe still gets warmer and warmer, especially in the recent years, at record-breaking rate almost each single year. Additionally, no definitive relationship has been found between the warming and the atmosp...
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Scrutiny and analysis of various energy applications show that the energy conversion to useful work or new products has been systematically inefficient. The global energy’s total effective conversion efficiency is estimated only about 20% and about 80% of the energy has been discharged into the environment. It is this energy that leads to the unbal...
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The effect of LiNO2on the expansion of mortars made completely of reactive aggregate with five particle size fractions was investigated by means of an autoclave test. The results show that the effect of LiNO2 varies with its content and Na2O level, or more specifically, with the molar ratio of LiNa in mortars. When the ratio reaches 0.8 at higher N...
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It is well known that the interfacial zone between aggregate and the cement paste is the weakest region in concrete both for mechanical properties and durability. It is believed that the modification of the interfacial zone may result in the improvement of concrete. Various studies have been developed to reach this goal. By preactivating the aggreg...

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The Project has been completed, and new quantification methods have increased result's accuracy and reliability for CO2, a greenhouse gas estimate. An article has been published in the Journal of Natural Gas Engineering Volume 2, Number 2, 2017 and can be accessed here: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/scrivener/jnge/2017/00000002/00000002/art00002.