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  • Microstructure and mechanical properties of fly ash .

    Microstructure and mechanical properties of fly ash blended cement pastes. . It was found that high-volume fly ash pastes underwent a lower degree of fly ash reaction, and in the pastes with 45% .

  • Physico-mechanical properties of composite cement pastes .

    Physico-mechanical properties of composite cement pastes containing silica fume and fly ash.pdf Available via license: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Content may be subject to copyright.

  • Mechanical and microstructure characteristics development .

    (2020). Mechanical and microstructure characteristics development of hardened oil well cement pastes incorporating fly ash and silica fume at elevated temperatures. Journal of Taibah University for Science: Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 155-167.

  • Influence of calcium compounds on the mechanical .

    The influence of calcium compounds (CaO and Ca(OH) 2) on the mechanical properties of fly ash based geopolymers has been studied.Calcium compounds were substituted in fly ash at 1, 2 and 3 wt%, respectively. Curing of the geopolymers was performed at ambient temperature (20 °C) and 70 °C.

  • Investigation of hydration products of fly ash–slag pastes

    mechanical parameters of the above-mentioned pastes to be estimated if such compositions might be used as non-clinker binders and are worth further studies. Investigation of hydration products and properties of new, non-clinker binders is essential to increase the level of by-products application in cement and concrete technology. Experimental .

  • CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

    The most widely used specification for fly ash in North America is ASTM C618 Standard Specification for Coal Fly Ash and Raw or Calcined Natural Pozzolan for Use in Concrete (AASHTO M 295). This specification divides fly ash into two classes based on its source of .

  • Physical and Mechanical Properties of Cement Paste Were .

    The aims of this research were study the microstructures and mechanical properties for partial replacement of cement with Fly ash (FA) and kaolin waste (KW). Ordinary Portland cement were partially replaced with FA and KW in the range of 25-35% and 10-25% by weight of cement powder. The kaolin waste was ground for 180 minutes before using. The specimen was packing into an iron mold which .

  • The influence of fly ash on obtaining quality plastic and .

    @article{osti_22304582, title = {The effects of the mechanical–chemical stabilization process for municipal solid waste incinerator fly ash on the chemical reactions in cement paste}, author = {Chen, Cheng-Gang and Sun, Chang-Jung, E-mail: [email protected] and Gau, Sue-Huai and Wu, Ching-Wei and Chen, Yu-Lun}, abstractNote = {Highlights: Milling extracted MSWI fly ash. Increasing .

  • PHU3DVWH Parameters Affecting the Mechanical A Lzrescu, .

    and Compressive Strength of Fly Ash Geopolymer Paste B A Affandhie, P T Kurniasari, M S Darmawan et al.-Parameters Affecting the Mechanical Properties of Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Binders Experimental Results A Lzrescu, H Szilagyi, A Ioani et al.-Review: Potential Strength of Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Paste with Substitution

  • "Properties Improvement of Fly Ash Cenosphere Modified .

    In this study, the effect of nano silica (NS) on the properties of cement pastes incorporated with of fly ash cenospheres (FACs) has been investigated. A fixed amount of 1% NS was added to cement pastes containing various proportions of FAC. It was found that NS was beneficial in improving the mechanical strength of the FAC modified cement pastes.

  • Effects of aluminum on the expansion and microstructure of .

    Characterizations of the pastes include expansion ratio, morphology (SEM), mechanical strength and microstructure (XRD and FTIR). It is confirmed that MSWI fly ash could be solidified through alkaline activation when using a small amount of coal fly ash to adjust the reactive silica and aluminum ratios.

  • Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Class C Fly .

    This study considers mechanical properties and microstructure of class C fly ash-based geopolymer paste and mortar. 2. Experimental Test 2.1. Materials Class C fly ash (CFA) used in this study was obtained from Harbin Acheng Suibao Thermoelectric Power Plant, China. Chemical composition of fly ash precursor is 48.2% SiO2, 18.4% Al2O3

  • Frontiers | Effect of Nano Alumina on Compressive Strength .

    Apr 30, 2019 · School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia; This paper presents the effect of nano alumina (NA) on compressive strength and microstructure of cement paste containing high volume blast furnace slag (HVBFS) contents of 70, 80, and 90% as partial replacement of cement and combined blast furnace slag (BFS) and class F fly ash (FA) contents of .

  • Hydration study of mechanically activated mixtures .

    Fly ash (FA) can be used in cement mixtures with certain limitations. The problem of the mentioned mixtures lies in the insufficient activity of the particles of FA in the reactions which are important for the establishment of the mechanical characteristics of cement. This is particularly true for the hydration reactions. As a result of this, cement pastes formed by mixing ash and clinker have .

  • Data for the physical and mechanical properties of high .

    Nov 16, 2017 · The dataset presented herein were obtained from the physical and mechanical tests of various amounts of ASTM Class C and Class F fly ash, silica fume, lime and water reducers to produce high volume fly ash (HVFA) cement paste composites. The data provides in this article composed of pure cement paste composites.

  • Autogenous Shrinkage of Alkali-activated Fly Ash-slag .

    This paper presents an experimental study on mitigation of autogenous shrinkage in alkaliactivated fly ash-slag (AAFS) pastes by internal curing using superabsorbent polymers (SAP). A series of tests including workability, setting time, mechanical properties and autogenous shrinkage on AAFS pastes with various SAP dosages (0-0.5%) are conducted.

  • Mechanical properties and microstructure of magnesia–fly .

    Mechanical properties and microstructure of magnesia–fly ash pastes Article (PDF Available) in Road Materials and Pavement Design · February 2018 with 76 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • Effect of high volume fly ash on mechanical . - SpringerLink

    The results showed that fiber reinforced concrete that included high fly ash volume achieved compressive and tensile strength values that are more than double those of concrete without fly ash. Values of other mechanical properties have also achieved significant increase due to fly ash addition.

  • Chloride Resistance of Alkali Activated Slag Pastes with .

    High energy requirements due to producing of Portland cement leads to a tendency to use secondary raw materials or completely new kind of materials. One of the possibilities is using the materials based on alkali activated slag (AAS). In this paper the influence of partial replacement of ground granulated blast furnace slag by fly ash in AAS pastes on mechanical properties and porosity of was .

  • The Influence of Ground Fly Ash on Cement Hydration and .

    In this study, the ground fly ash is made of ordinary grade I fly ash by grinding. Compared with grade I fly ash, the influence of ground fly ash on cement hydration and mechanical property of mortar was investigated. The results show that ground fly ash can improve the hydration of cement at all the ages compared with grade I fly ash, and not only does its pozzolanic reaction start earlier .

  • Pozzolanic properties of reject fly ash in . - DeepDyve

    Nov 01, 2003 · Read "Pozzolanic properties of reject fly ash in blended cement pastes, Cement and Concrete Research" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • Fresh and Hardened Properties of Fly Ash–Slag Blended .

    The source material proportion and the activator concentration were the parameters considered in this study. The mineralogical, chemical and microstructural analysis was also carried out to substantiate the physical and mechanical behaviour of fly ash–slag geopolymer pastes and mortars.

  • Experimental Investigation and Quantitative Calculation of .

    There is no suitable experimental method to measure the degree of the cement reaction for fly ash-cement pastes at the present time, mainly because the fly ash-cement paste contains not only C 2 S 2 H, Ca(OH) 2, C 3 AH 6, and AFt from cement hydration but also includes C 2 S 2 H, C 3 AH 6, and AFt from the pozzolanic reactions of fly ash and Ca .

  • Application of Fly Ash to Improve the Mechanical .

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  • Fly ash - Wikipedia

    Fly ash or flue ash, also known as pulverised fuel ash in the United Kingdom, is a coal combustion product that is composed of the particulates (fine particles of burned fuel) that are driven out of coal-fired boilers together with the flue gases.Ash that falls to the bottom of the boiler's combustion chamber (commonly called a firebox) is called bottom ash.

  • Chloride Resistance of Alkali Activated Slag Pastes with .

    High energy requirements due to producing of Portland cement leads to a tendency to use secondary raw materials or completely new kind of materials. One of the possibilities is using the materials based on alkali activated slag (AAS). In this paper the influence of partial replacement of ground granulated blast furnace slag by fly ash in AAS pastes on mechanical properties and porosity of was .

  • Mechanical Characteristics of Hardened Concrete with .

    Chung [], after reviewing the mechanical characteristics of SF concrete, quoted that the addition of untreated and treated SF in cement pastes reduces drying shrinkage and creep rate, but the performance of treated SF is far better than plain and untreated SF concrete; however, in the literature, it is mentioned that shrinkage in cement pastes increases and the addition of the compensator is .

  • Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Class C Fly .

    This paper presents workability, compressive strength and microstructure for geopolymer pastes and mortars made of class C fly ash at mass ratios of water-to-fly ash from 0.30 to 0.35. Fluidity was in the range of 145–173 mm for pastes and 131–136 mm for mortars. The highest strengths of paste and mortar were 58 MPa and 85 MPa when they were cured at 70 °C for 24 h. In XRD patterns .

  • Experimental Investigation and Quantitative Calculation of .

    There is no suitable experimental method to measure the degree of the cement reaction for fly ash-cement pastes at the present time, mainly because the fly ash-cement paste contains not only C 2 S 2 H, Ca(OH) 2, C 3 AH 6, and AFt from cement hydration but also includes C 2 S 2 H, C 3 AH 6, and AFt from the pozzolanic reactions of fly ash and Ca .

  • Fresh properties, mechanical strength and microstructure .

    Fresh properties, mechanical strength and microstructure of fly ash geopolymer paste reinforced with sawdust. . drying shrinkage, mechanical strength and microstructure of fly ash geopolymer activated by sodium silicate and sodium hydroxide solutions blended with 0–20% of sawdust by mass with an interval of 5% were investigated.