Sorptivity of selfcompacting concrete containing fly ash

PDF Thermal Behaviour of Self-compacting Concrete Under

Keywords: Self-compacting Concrete, Bottom Ash, Fly ash, Natural Sand. Dr Rajesh Kumar is a Lecturer of Civil Engineering at Chandigarh College of Engineering & Technology (CCET-26), Chandigarh, India. His research interests are self-compacting concrete, behaviour of recycled concrete and composite material.

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Comparison of Self Compacting Concrete (SSC) containing

Comparison of Self Compacting Concrete (SSC) containing Fly Ash, Ground Granulate Blast Furnace Slag Item Preview

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ABSTRACT - materconstrucc.revistas.csic.es

Considering the different data on the materials used, we derived three compositions of SCCEM from one composition of Self -Compacting Concrete containing fly ash (SCC5) formulated by Mesbah (40), a control mortar sample and two mortar samples containing the same percentage (22%) of mineral additions. The preparation of the binder consisted of

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PDF Effect of Superplasticizer on Fresh and Hardened

Self-Compacting Concrete Containing Fly Ash S. M. Dumne Lecturer, Department of Applied Mechanics, Government Polytechnic, Nashik, Maharashtra, INDIA Abstract: - The use of mineral and chemical admixtures in concrete is a common solution to achieve full

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A Review on Self Compacting Concrete with Cementitious

Self-compacted concrete (SCC) is cast in the formwork without compaction and it fulfills the formwork due to its own weight. SCC is considered to have many advantages in comparison with conventional concrete like improved construction quality, faster construction activity, reduced cost etc. SCC is produced with the same ingredients of normal concrete.

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مقاله Application of Hybrid Fiber Reinforcement and High

In mixes containing fly ash, 50% of cement by weight was replaced with fly ash. Two different types of steel fibers were used in combination, keeping the total fiber content constant at 60 kg/m3. Slump flow time and diameter, V funnel, and air content were performed to assess the fresh properties of the concrete.

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PDF) Sorptivity of self-compacting concrete containing

Test results show that the presence of fly ash and silica fume significantly reduce the surface water absorption of self-compacting concrete at a water-binder ratio of 0.38.

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Effect of Fly Ash, GGBS, and Metakaolin on Mechanical and

This paper outlines the development of self-compacting concrete (SCC) with full replacement of coarse VAs with coarse RAs. In addition, to make the SCC more sustainable, utilization of supplementary cementing materials such as coal fly ash (CFA), ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS), and metakaolin (MK) were used as cement replacement

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Compressive strength, water absorption, sorptivity

Oct 01,  · Studies have shown that fly ash replacement up to 30% results in a significant improvement of the rheological properties of flowing concretes [9], [10]. The use of fly ash reduces the demand for cement, fine fillers and sand [11], which are required in high quantities in SCC.

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Mechanical properties of self-compacting high-performance

This paper presents the results of experimental work on the mechanical properties of self-compacting high-performance concrete (SCHPC) containing fly ash (FA) and silica fume (SF). The paper focused on the feasibility of substituting the ordinary Portland cement with waste supplementary cementing materials to decrease the abundant disposal of FA likewise improving the mechanical properties of

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PDF] Comparative study of Self Compacting Concrete mixes

Corpus ID: 55389188. Comparative study of Self Compacting Concrete mixes containing Fly Ash and Rice Husk Ash @inproceedings{Pai ComparativeSO, title={Comparative study of Self Compacting Concrete mixes containing Fly Ash and Rice Husk Ash}, author={B. Pai and M. Nandy and A. Krishnamoorthy and P. K. Sarkar and Philip George}, year={ } }

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Assessment on fresh properties and hardened properties of

Khatib, J., Performance of self-compacting concrete containing fly ash. Construction and Building Materials, 2008. The properties of the self-compacting concrete with fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag mineral admixtures. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015. Sorptivity of self-compacting concrete containing fly ash and

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PDF Workability and strength characteristics of self

volume fly ash self compacting concrete was produced with 12.5percent , 18.75percent , 25percent , and 37.5percent of the cement (by mass) replaced by fly ash and 6.25percent , 12.5percent and 25percent of the cement replaced by dolomite powder.

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Mechanical and durability properties of fly ash geopolymer

Abstract This paper presents mechanical and durability properties of geopolymer concrete containing recycled coarse aggregate (RCA). The RCA is sourced from local construction and demolition (C&D) waste in Perth, Australia. The RCA is used as a partial replacement of natural coarse aggregate (NCA) in geopolymer concrete at 15%, 30% and 50% by wt. which corresponds to series two, three and four

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Durability Properties of Self Compacting Concrete

This paper investigates the durability properties of Self-compacting concrete (SCC), with different amounts of fly ash (FA), lime powder (LP) and metakaolin (MK). A total of 6 mixes were prepared that have a constant water-binder ratio (w/b) of 0.41 and superplasticizer dosage of 1% by weight of cement.

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SORPTIVITY OF SLURRY INFILTRATED FIBER CONCRETE CONTAINING

This paper observed the effects of replacement of fly ash and metakaolin on slurry infiltrated fiber concrete (SIFCON). Six series of test specimens were prepared using hook ended steel fiber with 4% volumes fractions along with 0 to 10 % fly ash, metakaolin replacement and one set of samples without fibers as a control specimen. All procedures on concrete subjected to fresh and hardened

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