performance evaluation of concrete containing high volume

Performance evaluation of concrete containing high volume ...

Feb 01, 2015  Concrete containing high volume palm oil fuel ash was thermally treated to elevated temperature. • The structural behaviour in terms of residual pulse velocity, weight and strength were studied. • The satisfactory performance of concrete containing ash against high

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Best Practices Guide for High-Volume Fly Ash Concretes

Best Practices Guide for High-Volume Fly Ash Concretes: Assuring Properties and Performance . ... (high) performance of to HVFA concrete mixtures in practice. As such, the report considers all aspects of HVFA concrete ... plain mixture and mixtures containing Class C fly ash [61]. Concrete

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Performance evaluation of alkali activated mortar ...

Oct 30, 2019  Performance evaluation of alkali activated mortar containing high volume of waste brick powder blended with ground granulated blast furnace slag cured at ambient temperature. ... Properties of high performance concrete

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Development of High Performance Concrete and Evaluation of ...

DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE AND EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTION JOINTS IN CONCRETE FLOATING BRIDGES by Rafik Itani, Eyad Masad, Bart Balko and Brian Bayne ... pressures to concrete test specimens containing a construction joint. Different products and construction methods were used in ... Water volume

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Evaluation of high-performance porous concrete properties ...

Jun 01, 2012  The aim of this laboratory study was to evaluate the properties of high performance porous concrete. It required no special vibration equipment and curing. The optimum mixture proportions were used in the preparation of high performance porous concretes containing three sizes of coarse aggregates with appropriate amount of high

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A Review on High-Performance Concrete

High-performance concrete is also a high-strength concrete ... Volume: 05 Issue: 05 May-2018 irjet p-ISSN: 2395-0072 ... strength and fracture toughness of ultra-high performance concretes (UHPC) containing

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Analysis of compressive strength development of concrete ...

Nov 15, 2015  High-volume fly ash (HVFA) concrete, which has typically 50–60% fly ash as the total cementitious materials’ content, is widely used to achieve the sustainable development of concrete industry. Compressive strength development is the most important engineering property of hardening concrete.

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Production of High Performance Concrete

High Performance Concretes, Volume 2 Production of High Performance Concrete Paul Zia Michael L. Leming Shuaib H. Ahmad North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina John J.

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Materials Special Issue : High Performance Concrete

May 31, 2021  Although ultra high-performance concrete (UHPC) has great performance in strength and durability, it has a disadvantage in the environmental aspect; it contains a large amount of cement that is responsible for a high

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High-performance fiber-reinforced concrete: a review ...

Mar 30, 2016  10%  Typical free shrinkage of high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete containing different types of fiber at volume fraction of 0.2 % (Note NY, PP, PV, and ST indicate

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10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.12.001 DeepDyve

Jun 11, 2020  1 Introduction With the increasing building activities, more interests have been given in studying the behaviour of concrete at a high temperature mainly resulting from fire. During a fire, the temperature may reach up to 1350 °C in tunnel, reactor vessel, nuclear plant and building under extreme events like blast or impact loading.

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High Performance Concrete Topic

Jul 01, 2021  High-performance concrete (HPC) is concrete that has been designed to be more durable and, if necessary, stronger than conventional concrete. HPC mixtures are composed of essentially the same materials as conventional concrete mixtures, but the proportions are designed, or engineered, to provide the strength and durability needed for the structural and environmental

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Laboratory Evaluation of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete ...

Volume 22 Issue 2 - February 2017. Laboratory Evaluation of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete Shear Key for Prestressed Adjacent Precast Concrete Box Girder Bridges. ... Experimental Study on Shear Strength of Synthetic Fiber Reinforced High Strength Concrete Containing Slag Aggregate. Structures Congress 2019: ...

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High-performance fiber-reinforced concrete: a review ...

Mar 30, 2016  Typical free shrinkage of high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete containing different types of fiber at volume fraction of 0.2 % (Note NY, PP, PV, and ST indicate nylon, polypropylene, polyvinyl alcohol, and steel fibers, respectively).

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Flexural Toughness of High-Performance Concrete with ...

Sep 25, 2018  In this work, an investigation is made to evaluate the flexural toughness of hybrid fibre-reinforced high-performance concrete (HPC) containing different combinations of basalt (B) and polypropylene (P) fibres. The experimental studies consisted of the three-point flexural tests on notched beam specimens. The specimens incorporated basalt/polypropylene (BP) fibres in 11 mixtures with ...

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Behavior Evaluation of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete Beam ...

May 20, 2019  This experimental research was performed to evaluate the shear and flexural behavior for two cases of reinforced concrete beams: ultrahigh-performance concrete (UHPC) and normal-strength concrete jacketed with UHPC. The experiment was performed to examine the optimum para-aramid fiber to reinforce the ductile UHPC, with the test variables fiber diameter and length.

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Performance Evaluation of Warm Asphalt Mixtures Containing ...

Reclaimed asphalt (RA) and Warm mix asphalt (WMA) are two widely used environmentally friendly mixtures in the paving industry. This study compares the laboratory performance of conventional hot mix asphalt (HMA) with virgin WMA, and WMA containing 60% RA content, using thermal stress restrained specimen test, wheel tracking test, and indirect tensile strength test.

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Reducing Cracking in Concrete Structures by Using Internal ...

Jul 11, 2012  The first mixture is a plain cement mortar, the second mixture is a mortar where 40 % of the cement (by volume) was replaced with C class fly ash, and the third mixture is a mortar where 40 % of the cement (by volume) was replaced with C class fly ash and prewetted lightweight aggregate (LWA) to provide internal curing (IC).

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Evaluation of Sulfate Resistance of Mortar Containing Palm ...

Jan 09, 2013  Berry E.E., Hemmings R.T., Cornelius B.J.: Mechanisms of hydration reactions in high volume fly ash pastes and mortars. Cement Concrete Compos. 12, 253–261 (1990) Article Google Scholar 21. Antiohos S., Maganari K., Tsimas S.: Evaluation of blends of high and low calcium fly ashes for use as supplementary cementing materials.

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Properties and Internal Curing of Concrete Containing ...

Aug 20, 2017  The gradation of AAC coarse aggregates was then analysed by the US standard sieve analysis. The effective coarse size used in this study was between 3/8′′ (9.5 mm.) and 3/4′′ (19.0 mm.), which accounted for around 50% of the overall amount of AAC aggregates and has an average fineness modulus of 7.20 (Table 1).It is noted that the majority of effective AAC-LWA size values were 3/4 ...

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Performance evaluation of polymer modified asphalt (PMA ...

Jun 13, 2019  The study presents an experimental evaluation of performance properties of rubberized polymer modified asphalt (PMA) binders to compare two types of ground tire rubber (GTR): normal and treated. Styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS) modified asphalt binder (PG 76-22) is used as a base PMA binder to produce rubberized PMA binder. The rubberized PMA binders were artificially short-term and

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Laboratory Performance Evaluation of Warm-Mix Asphalt ...

Jan 01, 2012  For comparison purposes, hot-mix asphalt mixtures containing 0% and 30% RAP were also evaluated and compared with WMA. The laboratory test results indicated that WMA mixtures with high percentages of RAP exhibited higher resistance to rutting, better resistance to moisture damage, and better fatigue performance.

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Evaluation of rubberized fibre mortar exposed to elevated ...

Aug 19, 2016  The mechanical properties of concrete containing crumb rubber (CR) as a replacement for fine aggregate have been studied by many researchers. The consequence of these studies indicates that when CR is used as a substitute for fine aggregates in concrete, the properties in the fresh and hardened states are affected. Although the compressive strength of rubberised concrete decreased

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Electrical Resistivity of Concrete for Durability ...

Degradation processes in reinforced concrete structures that affect durability are partially controlled by transport of aggressive ions through the concrete microstructure. Ions are charged and the ability of concrete to hold out against transfer of ions greatly relies on its electrical resistivity. Hence, a connection could be expected between electrical resistivity of concrete and the ...

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Laboratory Evaluation of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete ...

Volume 22 Issue 2 - February 2017. Laboratory Evaluation of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete Shear Key for Prestressed Adjacent Precast Concrete Box Girder Bridges. ... Experimental Study on Shear Strength of Synthetic Fiber Reinforced High Strength Concrete Containing Slag Aggregate. Structures Congress 2019: ...

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Performance Evaluation of Warm Asphalt Mixtures Containing ...

Reclaimed asphalt (RA) and Warm mix asphalt (WMA) are two widely used environmentally friendly mixtures in the paving industry. This study compares the laboratory performance of conventional hot mix asphalt (HMA) with virgin WMA, and WMA containing 60% RA content, using thermal stress restrained specimen test, wheel tracking test, and indirect tensile strength test.

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Structural Properties of Concrete Containing Ground Waste ...

Studies on blended cements containing a high volume of natural pozzolans. Cement and Concrete Research, 33(2003) 1777–1781. DOI: 10.1016/s0008-8846(03)00173-x

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Carbonate Aggregate in Concrete

Although ensuring good concrete performance, these criteria, or specified limitations, may reject potentially acceptable aggregates. The specific objectives of this study are as follows: • To characterize Minnesota’s aggregates having a range of carbonate contents using a simple, rapid test, such as the Iowa pore index test

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Reducing Cracking in Concrete Structures by Using Internal ...

Jul 11, 2012  The first mixture is a plain cement mortar, the second mixture is a mortar where 40 % of the cement (by volume) was replaced with C class fly ash, and the third mixture is a mortar where 40 % of the cement (by volume) was replaced with C class fly ash and prewetted lightweight aggregate (LWA) to provide internal curing (IC).

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Evaluation of Self-Healing Mechanisms in Concrete with ...

Dec 12, 2015  Measurements of ultrasonic wave transmission time through the concrete specimens containing different contents of microcapsules were analyzed to quantify the healing rate. It was found that the healing rate in concrete beams with 5% microcapsules was higher in the first week in comparison with specimen containing 2.5% of microcapsules.

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Properties and Internal Curing of Concrete Containing ...

Aug 20, 2017  The gradation of AAC coarse aggregates was then analysed by the US standard sieve analysis. The effective coarse size used in this study was between 3/8′′ (9.5 mm.) and 3/4′′ (19.0 mm.), which accounted for around 50% of the overall amount of AAC aggregates and has an average fineness modulus of 7.20 (Table 1).It is noted that the majority of effective AAC-LWA size values were 3/4 ...

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Durability Enhancement of Concrete Using Nanomaterials: An ...

High Volume Slag and Slag-Fly Ash Blended Cement Pastes Containing Nano Silica ... The development of a new method for the proportioning of high-performance concrete mixtures. Cem. Concr. ... Mechanical, rheological, durability and microstructural properties of high performance self-compacting concrete containing SiO2 micro and nanoparticles ...

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Evaluation of Self-Healing in Concrete by Means of ...

In the present work, the self-healing process in concrete was evaluated using analytical techniques. For this purpose, two concrete mixes of different composition (one used as control) were prepared with a water-to-binder ratio of 0.45. The self-healing process was triggered by the introduction in the concrete mix of a commercial expansive admixture (calcium sulfo-aluminate), two dicarboxylic ...

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Fatigue and Rutting Evaluation of Laboratory-Produced ...

Bonaquist, R. Laboratory Evaluation of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Mixtures Containing Recycled or Waste Product Materials Using Performance Testing. Publication FHWA-PA-2005-006-98-32(19), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Office of Planning and Research, Harrisburg, 2005. Google Scholar

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Effect of Palm Oil Fuel Ash (POFA) on Strength Properties ...

strength as compared to OPC concrete. No significant strength reduction of concrete is observed up to about 30% replacement of POFA. Awa1 et al., (2011) investigated that high volume palm oil fuel ash concrete, like concrete made with other pozzolanic materials, showed a

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permeability of concrete Topic

Apr 22, 2021  Permeability is a measure of the amount of water, air, and other substances that can enter the concrete matrix. Concrete contains pores that can allow these substances to enter or depart. Permeability of concrete can be a primary reason for concrete deterioration due to reinforcing steel corrosion and other deterioration mechanisms. On a macro scale, permeability also refers to “porous ...

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Why Structural Fiber is the Smart Choice for Thin Concrete ...

Structural fiber-reinforced concrete has been shown to enhance the performance of thin concrete pavements, especially when they are exposed to heavy and high volume traffic. Pavement designers have struggled with the best way to choose fiber type and dosage, given the many options available on

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Electrical Resistivity of Concrete for Durability ...

Degradation processes in reinforced concrete structures that affect durability are partially controlled by transport of aggressive ions through the concrete microstructure. Ions are charged and the ability of concrete to hold out against transfer of ions greatly relies on its electrical resistivity. Hence, a connection could be expected between electrical resistivity of concrete and the ...

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