The article describes the production technology of building materials based on industrial waste. Innovative technologies in the production of building materials, using industrial waste, are fully consistent with the research carried out at the Department of Technology of Building Materials, Products and Structures of the Tashkent Architectural and Construction Institute under the scientific supervision of the author of this article. Scientific developments in innovative technologies were carried out in several areas in the field of building materials and products. Based on the waste from the Angren coal deposit and local rocks, quartzite and dacitic porphyry, a gravel-like porous aggregate has been developed, researched, and applied in lightweight concrete. The optimal compositions of filling mixtures based on industrial waste have been developed. A composition of slag-alkali binders is developed and their properties are investigated.
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Gaziyev, Uchqun Abdullayevich
"PRODUCTION OF BUILDING MATERIALS BASED ON WASTE INDUSTRY,"
Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers: Vol. 16
, Article 14.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/tashiit/vol16/iss4/14