Recently we are started a series of short communications where we introduce to you the collaborative work of the international team supporting the development and further dissemination of LC3-project – Low Carbon Cement. The main topics of these communication will be:
Science & Innovation:
How we complete the loop of innovation. More than 10 years of collaboration and team effort taking science from the lab to real life projects. This will be presented by Prof. Fernando Martirena, head of LC3 Technology Resource Centre in Latin America and with the collaboration of LC3-Project Director, Prof. Karen Scrivener, from The École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
You can have access to the video clicking at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xowneuZ8MIA
What is LC3?
We will be presenting the key aspects to illustrate why LC3 is a is a very attractive and feasible option to satisfy development and environmental objectives.
You can also watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2sajt47r1k
For full information about Financial Attractiveness o LCf3 click this link: https://www.lc3.ch/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/2019-LC3FinancialAttractiveness-WEB.pdf
Why kaolinitic clays?
With the contribution of Dr. Adrian Alujas, from the Centro de Estudios de Química Aplicada (CEQA) de la Universidad Central de Las Villas (UCLV) we will be talking about kaolinitic clays and the three main arguments about it use as pozzolans in LC3 cement formulation.
Watch at Youtube: https://youtu.be/TcU-W1n42p4
Prof. Fernando Martirena will be discussing about LC3 industrial processing: Technologies for Calcination and Current alternatives to make cement production sustainable.
Watch at Youtube: https://youtu.be/4UwuyiHOY_k
Real life case studies
This final communication will be about one of the most recent project of LC3 implementation completing, as we promise, the full cycle of innovation.
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