Parameter Study of Stresses in Mass Concrete Using Two Fly Ash Mixtures

by Sharon B. Garner, USAE Waterways Experiment, United States,
Michael I. Hammons, USAE Waterways Experiment, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Serviceability and Durability of Construction Materials

Abstract: Finite-element modeling of the incremental construction procedure for mass concrete structures has been used to study the effects of three mechanical properties on thermal stresses. Material parameters from two concrete mixtures with ratios of Class C fly ash to total cementitious materials (by volume) of 0.25 and 0.50 were used in this study. A matrix of analyses were conducted and results were compared.

Subject Headings: Mass concrete | Fly ash | Concrete construction | Construction methods | Finite element method | Model analysis | Thermal analysis

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