publication . Article . 2017

Mix design and properties of fly ash waste lightweight aggregates in structural lightweight concrete

P. Dinakar; Manu S. Nadesan;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: Case Studies in Construction Materials, volume 7, pages 336-347 (issn: 2214-5095, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract
Abstract Concrete is one of the most widely used construction materials and has the ability to consume industrial wastes in high volume. As the demand for concrete is increasing, one of the effective ways to reduce the undesirable environmental impact of the concrete is by the use of waste and by-product materials as cement and aggregate substitutes in concrete. One such waste material is fly ash, which is produced in large quantities from thermal power plants as a by-product. A substantial amount of fly ash is left unused posing environmental and storage problems. The production of sintered lightweight aggregate with fly ash is an effective method to dispose of...
Subjects
free text keywords: Sintered, Strength, Resistivity, Materials of engineering and construction. Mechanics of materials, TA401-492, Waste management, Cement, Waste material, Mix design, Thermal power station, Materials science, Dispose pattern, Fly ash
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