Solid Ground
The densely populated island nation of Singapore has no choice but to be creative in devising strategies for disposing of solid waste. With its tiny land mass and the fact that its single...

High Strength Phosphate Cement Using Industrial Byproduct Ashes

High Volume Fly Ash Cement

Recycling Using Fly Ash and Slaked Lime Slurry

High Volume Uses of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) in Highway Construction

Use of Wisconsin Electric Bottom Ash Sand and Gravel as Sub-Base and Base Material for Rigid and Flexible Pavements and Floors

The Role of Flowable Slurry in Sustainable Developments in Civil Engineering

Solid and Sandwich Paving Slabs Containing Coal Combustion Dry Botton Ash

The Binding Chemistry and Leaching Mechanisms of Zinc-Bearing Sludges in Cementitious Solidification/Stabilization Systems

Shoreline Erosion Control Structure: Application of Wastewater Sludge Ash

Ten Year Assessment and Rehabilitation—Runway 9-27 LCF Pavement: George Bush Intercontinental Airport—Houston

Recycled Materials for Embankment Construction
Obtaining good quality soils at reasonable costs for use in embankment construction is becoming difficult and hence, attention is directed towards finding alternative materials. On the...

Role of Constituents on the Behavior of Flowable Fly Ash Fill
Flowable fills are increasingly used as backfill materials for pipes and retaining structures because of ease of placement and performance of the solidified material. But the role of its...

The Safe Disposal of Fly Ash in Pavement or Earth Structures Not Requiring High Strength Materials
Highway agencies throughout the country face the challenge of safe disposal of various waste products in pavements and earth structures. Some of these waste products can be hazardous to...

Crushed Hydrated Fly Ash as a Construction Aggregate
Hydrated fly ash (HFA) is being produced in Texas by first adding water to Class C fly ash and allowing it to hydrate in curing pits for several weeks. HFA typically attain unconfined...

Fly Ash Remediation of RCRA Hazardous Wastes

Mixing Influences on Cement-Based Waste Forms
High-shear, medium-shear, and low-shear mixing tests were conducted on paste and paste + fly-ash mixes: The specimens, cured for 28-days, were tested for free water generation, compressive...

Retention of Multiple Heavy Metal Ions by Fly Ash
Clayey soils are widely used as liner materials in landfills. They, not only retard the transport of leachates due to their low permeability, but also retain the heavy metal ions due to...

Mixer Viscometer Characterization of AFBC Ash Grout

Soil Stabilization Utilizing Alternative Waste Materials

 

 

 

 

Return to search