Fly Ash in Concrete : Properties and Performance.

Wesche, K.
London : Taylor & Francis Group, 1990.
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Preface. Introduction. Characterization of fly ash. Origin of coal and burning conditions. Properties of fly ash. Fresh mortar and concrete with fly ash. Properties of freshly mixed mortar and concrete. Admixtures and air content. Setting. Plastic shrinkage. Hardened mortar and concrete with fly ash. Hydration and strength. Deformations. Frost resistance. Chemical resistance. Carbonation. Chloride attack on steel reinforcement. Electrical resistivity. Other uses of fly ash. Cement. Binders with fly ash. Precast concrete. Bricks and blocks. Lightweight aggregates. Fly ash in road construction. Fly ash in soil stabilization. Fly as asphalt-filler. Fly ash as fill. Waste neutralizaton and stabilization. References. Appendix. RILEM Recommendations: Fly ash in concrete - Test methods. Index.
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RILEM Technical Committee 67-FAB
Chapter 1: Characterization of fly ash
1.1 Origin of coal and burning conditions
1.2 Properties of fly ash
1.2.1 Definitions and specifications
1.2.2 Mineralogical composition
1.2.3 Chemical composition
1.2.4 Granulometry
1.2.5 Specific surface
1.2.6 Density and density distribution
1.2.7 Water requirement
1.2.8 Pozzolanicity
1.2.9 Radioactivity
1.2.10 Soundness
1.2.11 Colour
1.2.12 Moisture
Chapter 2: Fresh mortar and concrete with fly ash
2.1 Properties of freshly mixed mortar and concrete
2.2 Admixtures and air content
2.2.1 Superplasticizers
2.2.2 Accelerators
2.2.3 Air content
2.3 Setting
2.4 Plastic shrinkage
Chapter 3: Hardened mortar and concrete with fly ash
3.1 Hydration and strength
3.1.1 Effect of fly ash on the hydration of cement and concrete
3.1.2 Pore size distribution
3.1.3 Reactions of fly ash in mortars and concrete
3.1.4 Autogeneous shrinkage
3.1.5 Effect of fly ash on strength development of mortars and concretes
3.1.6 Flexural and tensile strength
3.1.7 Conclusions
3.2 Deformations
3.2.1 Deformation behaviour under compressive strength
3.2.2 Deformation behaviour in tension
3.2.3 Creep
3.2.4 Moisture deformation
3.2.5 Cracking
3.2.6 Coefficient of thermal expansion
3.3 Frost resistance
3.3.1 Frost attack
3.3.2 Frost plus de-icing agents
3.3.3 Entrained air
3.3.4 Conclusions
3.4 Chemical resistance
3.4.1 Sulphate attack
3.4.2 Attack by other salts and acids
3.4.3 General comments on attack of aggressive agents
3.4.4 Alkali-aggregate reaction
3.5 Carbonation
3.5.1 Definition
3.5.2 Alkalinity of the pore water
3.5.3 Mechanism of carbonation.
3.5.4 Rate of carbonation
3.5.5 Factors affecting carbonation
3.5.6 Calculating carbonation
3.5.7 Summary
3.6 Chloride attack on steel reinforcement
3.7 Electrical resistivity
Chapter 4: Other uses of fly ash
4.1 Cement
4.2 Binders with fly ash
4.3 Precast concrete
4.4 Bricks and blocks
4.4.1 Aerated concrete
4.4.2 Foamed concrete
4.4.3 Lime-silica bricks
4.4.4 Ceramics
4.5 Lightweight aggregates
4.6 Fly ash in road construction
4.7 Fly ash in soil stabilization
4.8 Fly ash as asphalt-filler
4.9 Fly ash as fill
4.10 Waste neutralization and stabilization
Chapter 5: References
Rilem Recommendations TC Fab-67 Use of Fly Ash In Building
Fly ash in concrete - Test methods
FAB 1: Test methods for determining the properties of fly ash
FA B 2: Test methods for determining the properties of fly ash in concrete
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