Giuseppe Cultrone
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Carbonate and silicate phase reactions during ceramic firing
G Cultrone, C Rodriguez-Navarro, E Sebastian, O Cazalla, ...
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (3), 621-634, 2001
Influence of mineralogy and firing temperature on the porosity of bricks
G Cultrone, E Sebastián, K Elert, MJ De la Torre, O Cazalla, ...
Journal of the European Ceramic society 24 (3), 547-564, 2004
Forced and natural carbonation of lime-based mortars with and without additives: Mineralogical and textural changes
G Cultrone, E Sebastián, MO Huertas
Cement and Concrete research 35 (12), 2278-2289, 2005
Durability of bricks used in the conservation of historic buildings—influence of composition and microstructure
K Elert, G Cultrone, CR Navarro, ES Pardo
Journal of Cultural Heritage 4 (2), 91-99, 2003
Fly ash addition in clayey materials to improve the quality of solid bricks
G Cultrone, E Sebastián
Construction and Building Materials 23 (2), 1178-1184, 2009
Aging of lime putty: effects on traditional lime mortar carbonation
O Cazalla, C Rodriguez‐Navarro, E Sebastian, G Cultrone, ...
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 83 (5), 1070-1076, 2000
Precipitation and Growth Morphology of Calcium Carbonate Induced by Myxococcus Xanthus: Implications for Recognition of Bacterial Carbonates
KB Chekroun, C Rodríguez-Navarro, MT González-Muñoz, JM Arias, ...
Journal of Sedimentary Research 74 (6), 868-876, 2004
Experimental testing of the durability of lime-based mortars used for rendering historic buildings
A Arizzi, H Viles, G Cultrone
Construction and Building Materials 28 (1), 807-818, 2012
Mineralogical and physical behaviour of solid bricks with additives
G Cultrone, E Sebastian, MJ De la Torre
Construction and Building Materials 19 (1), 39-48, 2005
The combined influence of mineralogical, hygric and thermal properties on the durability of porous building stones
D Benavente, G Cultrone, M Gómez-Heras
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (4), 673-685, 2008
Aerial lime-based mortars blended with a pozzolanic additive and different admixtures: A mineralogical, textural and physical-mechanical study
A Arizzi, G Cultrone
Construction and Building Materials 31, 135-143, 2012
Durability of masonry systems: A laboratory study
G Cultrone, E Sebastian, MO Huertas
Construction and Building Materials 21 (1), 40-51, 2007
TEM study of mullite growth after muscovite breakdown
C Rodriguez-Navarro, G Cultrone, A Sanchez-Navas, E Sebastian
American Mineralogist 88 (5-6), 713-724, 2003
Swelling damage in clay-rich sandstones used in the church of San Mateo in Tarifa (Spain)
E Sebastián, G Cultrone, D Benavente, LL Fernandez, K Elert, ...
Journal of cultural heritage 9 (1), 66-76, 2008
The pore system of sedimentary rocks as a key factor in the durability of building materials
E Molina, G Cultrone, E Sebastián, FJ Alonso, L Carrizo, J Gisbert, O Buj
Engineering Geology 118 (3-4), 110-121, 2011
The role of diagenesis and depositional facies on pore system evolution in a Triassic outcrop analogue (SE Spain)
S Henares, L Caracciolo, G Cultrone, J Fernández, C Viseras
Marine and Petroleum Geology 51, 136-151, 2014
Direct observation of microcrack development in marble caused by thermal weathering
A Luque, E Ruiz-Agudo, G Cultrone, E Sebastián, S Siegesmund
Environmental Earth Sciences 62, 1375-1386, 2011
Different shades of red: The complexity of mineralogical and physico-chemical factors influencing the colour of ceramics
A De Bonis, G Cultrone, C Grifa, A Langella, AP Leone, M Mercurio, ...
Ceramics International 43 (11), 8065-8074, 2017
The art of building in the Roman period (89 BC–79 AD): Mortars, plasters and mosaic floors from ancient Stabiae (Naples, Italy)
F Izzo, A Arizzi, P Cappelletti, G Cultrone, A De Bonis, C Germinario, ...
Construction and Building Materials 117, 129-143, 2016
Combined multi-analytical approach for study of pore system in bricks: How much porosity is there?
C Coletti, G Cultrone, L Maritan, C Mazzoli
Materials Characterization 121, 82-92, 2016
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