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July - 2020

July - 2020
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  • Technical Papers
  • Can we formulate a geopolymer or an alkaliactived binder as a Portland cement? Martin CYR View Abstract | Open Access Content
  • Case study on field trials of developed geopolymer (slag and fly ash based) precast concrete paver blocks Lalit Yadav, Amit Trivedi, V. V. Arora, B.N. Mohapatra View Abstract
  • Efficient production of alkali-activated geopolymers using low-calcium fly ash G.V. P. Bhagath Singh, K.V. L. Subramaniam View Abstract
  • Geopolymeric materials in infrastructure development: A way forward Md. Reyazur Rahman, Rakesh Paswan, S. K. Singh View Abstract
  • Utilization of ferrochrome ash as a source material for production of geopolymer concrete for a cleaner sustainable environment Jyotirmoy Mishra, Shaswat Das, R.S. Krishna, Bharadwaj Nanda View Abstract
  • Bond strength characteristics of fly ash admixed self-compacting alkali activated concrete mixes Manjunath R., Mattur C. Narasimhan, Suryanarayana L. R. View Abstract
  • Point of View
  • Experimental study on behavior of geopolymer structural masonry Radhakrishna, Venugopal K. View Abstract
  • Book Review
  • Review of handbook of alkali-activated cements, mortars and concretes Meenakshi Sharma Click to Read


The University of Queensland building uses a geopolymer precast concrete that replaces cement with fly ash and powdered blast furnace slag in the mix. Inset images showcase products and solutions using geopolymer concrete, and a scanning electron micrograph shows the microstructure of a based geopolymer.

Cover image source:
- The University of Queensland, Australia.
- S.K. Singh, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, India.
- Idawati Ismail, University of Malaysia Sarawak, and Susan Bernal, University of Leeds, UK.

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