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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

Nov 01, 2003  First of all, a control mixture without Class F fly ash was designed per Indian Standard Specifications IS: 10262-1982 to have a 28-day cube compressive strength

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

Apr 01, 2003  This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation carried out to evaluate the mechanical properties of concrete mixtures in which fine aggregate

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

Fine aggregate (sand) was replaced with five percentages (10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%) of Class F fly ash by weight. Tests were performed for properties of

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

This paper presents the abrasion resistance of concrete proportioned to have four levels of fine aggregate replacement (10%, 20%, 30%, and 40%) with Class F

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

BB. Rafat Siddique et al. [30] Studied on "Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash on the mechanical properties of concrete". In this works the

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EFFECT OF FINE AGGREGATE REPLACEMENT WITH CLASS F FLY

Abrasion resistance of concrete was improved by approximately 40% over the control mixture with 40% replacement of fine aggregate with fly ash. Abrasion

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EFFECT OF FINE AGGREGATE REPLACEMENT WITH CLASS F FLY

Fly ash, a by-product of thermal power plants, is generally used as a replacement of cement, as an admixture in concrete, and in the manufacturing of cement. This

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

Fine aggregate (sand) was replaced with five percentages (10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%) of Class F fly ash by weight. Tests were performed for properties of fresh concrete. Compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength, and modulus of elasticity were

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EFFECT OF FINE AGGREGATE REPLACEMENT WITH CLASS F FLY ASH ...

Fly ash, a by-product of thermal power plants, is generally used as a replacement of cement, as an admixture in concrete, and in the manufacturing of cement. This article reports on a study that evaluated the mechanical properties of concrete mixtures in which fine aggregate (sand) was partially replaced with Class F fly ash.

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Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement with Class F Fly Ash ...

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation carried out to evaluate the mechanical properties of concrete mixtures in which fine aggregate (sand) was partially replaced with Class F fly ash. Fine aggregate (sand) was replaced with five percentages (10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%) of Class F fly ash ...

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

The effect of class F fly ash and coal bottom ash as partial substitutes for fine aggregate and cement on the abrasion resistance of concrete was investigated by Siddique's research team in ...

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Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash ...

Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash on the abrasion resistance of concrete

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Siddique, R. (2003) Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement ...

Article citations More>>. Siddique, R. (2003) Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement with Class F Fly Ash on Mechanical Properties of Concrete. Cement and Concrete Research, 33, 539-547.

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Effect of Fly Ash as Replacement of Fine Aggregate on ...

Sep 28, 2020  In this study, class F fly ash (FA) is used as a partial replacement of fine aggregate on strength enhancement of concrete. Two series of concrete mixes are prepared. In the first series, fine aggregate is replaced with class F FA by weights such as 0, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50% with varying w/c ratio to meet the required workability.

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Effect of Class-F fly ash as partial replacement with ...

Effect of Class-F fly ash as partial replacement with cement and fine aggregate in mortar C Freeda Christy a* D Tensing b aSchool of Civil Engineering, Karunya University, Coimbatore 641 114, India bGnanamani College of Engineering and Technology, Namakkal 637 018, India Received 17 August 2009; accepted 19 March 2010

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The effect of fly ash content and types of aggregates on ...

May 01, 2012  The effects of cement replacement with fly ash and the effects of different types of fine aggregate on compressive strength of PCIB are presented in Fig. 5. The compressive strength decreases as the fly ash replacement ratio for each series is increased, clearly so above 10%.

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Effect of bottom ash as replacement of fine aggregates in ...

15. Siddique, R., Effect of fine aggregate replacement with class F fly ash on mechanical properties of concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, 33(2003) 539-547. 16. Siddique, R., Effect of fine aggregate replacement with class F fly ash on the abrasion resistance of concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, 33(2003) 1877-1881. 17.

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Class F Fly Ash Assessment for Use in Concrete

This research demonstrated a modern approach to incorporate up to 30% of Class F and C fly ash including a Class C and F fly ash combination in concrete with state of the art superplasticizers based on polycarboxylate ether (PCE). The effective use of fly ash as partial replacement of portland cement is a

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Siddique, R. (2003) Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement ...

Siddique, R. (2003) Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement with Class F Fly Ash on the Abrasion Resistance of Concrete. Cement and Concrete Research, 33, 1877-1881.

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Properties of Fine Aggregate-Replaced High Volume Class

This study focused on evaluating the effects of replacement of fine aggregate (sand) with high percentages of Class F fly ash on the properties of concrete. A Control mixture was designed to have 28 days cube compressive strength of 30 MPa, and then fine aggregate was replaced with three percentages (35, 45, and 55%) of Class F fly ash by mass.

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Effect of bottom ash as replacement of fine aggregates in ...

15. Siddique, R., Effect of fine aggregate replacement with class F fly ash on mechanical properties of concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, 33(2003) 539-547. 16. Siddique, R., Effect of fine aggregate replacement with class F fly ash on the abrasion resistance of concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, 33(2003) 1877-1881. 17.

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Class F Fly Ash Assessment for Use in Concrete

This research demonstrated a modern approach to incorporate up to 30% of Class F and C fly ash including a Class C and F fly ash combination in concrete with state of the art superplasticizers based on polycarboxylate ether (PCE). The effective use of fly ash as partial replacement of portland cement is a

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Influence of Fly Ash as Cement Replacement on the ...

Sep 09, 2007  This paper tries to address the deficiency of the use of recycled aggregates by systematically presenting results on the influence of incorporating Class F fly ash on concrete properties. In this study, two series of concrete mixtures were prepared

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Influence of fly ash as a cement addition on the hardened ...

Oct 19, 2007  The effects of the use of Class F fly ash as a cement addition on the hardened properties of recycled aggregate concrete were determined. In this study, four series of concrete mixtures were prepared with water-to-cement (w/c) ratios of 0.55, 0.50, 0.45 and 0.40.The recycled aggregate was used as 0%, 20%, 50% and 100% replacements of coarse natural aggregate.

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CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

chemical requirement of Class F fly ash (SiO 2 + Al 2 O 3 + Fe 2 O 3 ≥ 70%). Such fly ashes may be classed as Class F or Class C and are sometimes referred to as Class F/C or C/F fly ashes. In Canada, the specification covering fly ash is CSA A3001 Cementitious Materials for Use in Concretewhich separates fly ash into three types based on the

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Effect of Fly-Ash on Corrosion Resistance Characteristics ...

Apr 20, 2018  R. Siddique, Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash on the mechanical properties of concrete. Cem. Concr. Res. 33(4), 539–547 (2003) Article Google Scholar 49. K.Y. Ann, H.Y. Moon, Y.B. Kim, J. Ryou, Durability of recycled aggregate concrete using pozzolanic materials. Waste Manag. 28, 993–999 (2008)

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Effect of Fly Ash on Compressive Strength of Portland ...

strength with fly ash replacing fine aggregate, however, the rate of increase of strength decreases with increase in fly ash content. At 50% replacements of fine aggregate by 51.5% and 67.1% at 28 and 365 d respectively. Hussein et al. (2013) in his study replaced OPC with 5 to 50% fly ash and observed that 10% fly ash showed

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Table 2 from Partial Replacement of Sand with Quarry Dust ...

Effect of fine aggregates replacement with Class F fly ash on the mechanical properties of concrete 2003 Mechanical properties of structural concrete incorporating a high volume of class F fly ash as a partial fine sand replacement, Dan Ravina, Materials and structure/ materiaux et construction

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Experimental Investigation on Artificial Light Weight Fly ...

Sep 06, 2021  In this study, the fine and coarse aggregates were completely replaced by fly ash aggregates in fly ash concrete. A mix design was done for M20 grade of concrete by IS method.

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Dept Faculty Dr. Rafat Siddique - Thapar Institute of ...

Siddique, R., “Effect of Fine Aggregate Replacement with Class F Fly Ash on the Mechanical Properties of Concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research (Elsevier), Vol. 33, No. 4,

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The Effect of sieved Coal Bottom Ash as a Sand Substitute ...

Rafat Siddique, Effect of fine aggregate replacement with Class F fly ash on the abrasion resistance of concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, 2003, Vol. 33, pp. 1877-1881. In article

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Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine ...

Mar 27, 2014  Further when fly ash is partially replaced with cement from 0 to 30% in mortar with 20% quarry dust (QF series), there is an overall increase in strength at 3 days, 7 days, and 28 days of age. The drop in compressive strength due to conversion reaction decreases with increase in fly ash content for a given water to powder ratio.

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