Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers


The article presents the results of studies of the hydration process of the compositions "cement + zeolite-containing rock + superplasticizer" using the methods of IR spectrometry, differential thermal analysis. The scientific and practical significance of the work results for building materials science and the construction industry is to establish the effectiveness of the use of complex additives in the preparation of cement concrete.

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