Meltem Tangüler Bayramtan

Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences
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Cement and hydroxyethyl methyl cellulose interaction: The performance of cement-based adhesives
Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem; Aleessa Alam, Burhan; Sucu, Melike; Delibas, Tughan; Yaman, İsmail Özgür (2022-04-01)
Cellulose ethers are often used to improve the properties of cement-based ceramic adhesives during their setting and hardening stages. The chemical and structural characteristics of a cellulose ether significantly improve ...
Effects of Different Cellulose Ethers on White Cement Based Ceramic Adhesives
Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem; Aleessa Alam, Burhan; Yaman, İsmail Özgür (null; 2018-09-14)
Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cement: State of the Art Review
Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem (2018-03-01)
Alkali Activation Performance of Fly Ashes from Thermal Power Plants Utilizing Güney Ege Lignite Coal Reserve
Seyedian Choubi, Sepehr; Akgül, Çağla; Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem (2016-09-23)
A Comparative Study of Alkali Activated Fly Ashes under Heat Exposure
Seyedian Choubi, Sepehr; Meral, Çağla; Akbas, Yigit Semih; Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem (null; 2016-08-11)
Coal fly ash (FA) is a by-product of combustion processes in coal fired power plants. Annually over 800 million tons of fly ash is being produced all around the world. Only a small portion of this ash is reutilized; a majo...
Merging Mechanical and Environmental Performance of Turkish Fly Ash Portland Cement Mortars
Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem; Akgül, Çağla (null; 2014-10-22)
Meeting the ever increasing concrete demand in a sustainable way is one of the critical challenges of cement and concrete industry. There are two major green concepts commonly implemented by the industry: (1) Building more...
Early Age Performance of Binary Fly Ash Portland Cement Blends
Tangüler Bayramtan, Meltem; Akgül, Çağla (2014-04-28)
During the manufacturing of portland cement (PC), massive amounts of raw material and energy are consumed. Besides depletion of natural resources, the CO2 – a major contributor to the greenhouse effect and the global warmi...
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