Yun Chen

Yun Chen
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Geoscience and Engineering

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January 2019 - present
Delft University of Technology
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2017 - present
South China University of Technology
Position
  • PhD Student

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In this paper, the atomic structures of sodium aluminosilicate hydrate (N‐A‐S‐H) gels with different Si/Al ratios are studied by molecular dynamics simulation. N‐A‐S‐H gel model was obtained from the polymerization of Si(OH)4 and Al(OH)3 monomers with the use of reactive force field (ReaxFF). The simulated atomic structural features, such as the bo...
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In this study, glass wool waste was utilized by means of alkali-activation with blast furnace slag. Reaction kinetics, workability, mechanical properties and autogenous shrinkage of alkali-activated slag and glass wool were comprehensively studied. Results indicated an optimal modulus (SiO2/Na2O) of the activator related to a long enough setting ti...
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The high autogenous shrinkage of alkali-activated materials made from slag and fly ash is recognised as a major drawback with regard to the use as construction materials. In this study, metakaolin was introduced into the alkali-activated slag-fly ash (AASF) paste to mitigate the autogenous shrinkage. The shrinkage mitigation mechanism of metakaolin...
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This study aims to predict the autogenous shrinkage of alkali-activated concrete (AAC) based on slag and fly ash. A variety of analytical and numerical models are available for the prediction of autogenous shrinkage of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) concrete, but these models are found to show dramatic discrepancies when applied for AAC due to the...
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Alkali-activated slag and fly ash (AASF) materials are emerging as promising alternatives to conventional Portland cement. Despite the superior mechanical properties of AASF materials, they are known to show large autogenous shrinkage, which hinders the wide application of these eco-friendly materials in infrastructure. To mitigate the autogenous s...

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