Cementos Alcalinos: Materiales de Construcción Ecológicos

  • Nancy Montes Valencia Docente-investigadora. Grupo Qualipro- Facultad de Producción y Diseño. IU- Pascual Bravo. Ingeniera Química, MSc. Ciencias-Química
Palabras clave: contaminación, medio ambiente, cemento Portland ordinario, cemento alcalino

Resumen

La preocupación actual es la mitigación y el control de las fuentes de contaminación ambiental provenientes de la actividad industrial, particularmente el sector de la construcción en lo que respecta a la obtención del cemento Portland ordinario (CPO), una de las grandes productoras de CO2. Por lo tanto, se constituye en un desafío la producción de un cemento alternativo o alcalino que sea menos contaminante con el medio ambiente. En este artículo se habla sobre la necesidad de la sostenibilidad de las ciudades, el proceso de obtención del CPO y del cemento alcalino, así como las condiciones para la producción de este último.

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2014-12-30
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Montes Valencia, N. (2014). Cementos Alcalinos: Materiales de Construcción Ecológicos. Revista CINTEX, 19, 109-125. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.pascualbravo.edu.co/index.php/cintex/article/view/42
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