Microstructure, Image Analysis, and Fly Ash in Hardened Cement Paste

Fly Ash and Alkali-Aggregate Reaction

High-Performance Concrete Incorporating Large Volumes of ASTM Class F Fly Ash

Beneficial Use of Ash: An Innovative Approach to Sludge Management
Disposal of ash resulting from the incineration of municipal sewage sludge has historically been a relatively easy, albeit, expensive requirement. The traditional method of disposal is...

Effect of Fly Ash and Silica Fume on Alkali Silica Reactions

Recycled Material

Coal Ash and Dredged Material in Reef Construction

Present and Future Use of Coal Ash in Construction and Related Applications
The American Coal Ash Association, Inc. (ACAA) is an organization of producers and marketers of coal combustion by-products. An annual survey of coal-burning electric utilities is conducted...

Use of CLSM Fly Ash Slurry for Underground Facilities
This paper presents the results of research performed in developing and using flowable fly ash slurry which falls under the classification of Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) as...

Properties of Bottom Ash-Based Composite
High-calcium bottom ash, a by-product of the electric power industry, was evaluated for feasibility of use as a fine aggregate in structural grade concrete. Both fresh and hardened properties...

Use of Self-Cementing Fly Ashes as a Soil Stabilization Agent
Fly ash produced in the combustion of subbituminouns coals exhibits self-cementing characteristics that can be adapted to a wide range of stabilization applications. Ash treatment can...

Flyash Stabilization of Tropical Hawaiian Soils
A preliminary study of soil improvement/stabilization of several tropical Hawaiian soils with locally generated high quality flyash admixtures has shown tremendous potential as an economical...

Stabilization of South Texas Soils with Fly Ash
The expansive soils of south Texas have traditionally been stabilized with lime or Portland cement. As an alternative, a class F fly ash was tried to stabilize expansive soils obtained...

Enzyme Enhanced Stabilization of Soil and Fly Ash
The purpose of this research was to determine if enzymes could be utilized to increased the strength and stability of soil mixed with fly ash. Samples were prepared with and without the...

Fly Ash for use in the Stabilization of Industrials Wastes
Fly ash and other coal combustion by-products are used in the stabilization of industrial wastes. This paper describes the various types of fly ashes, the mechanisms of strength development,...

Lime Sludge Amended Fly Ash for Utilization as an Engineering Material
Sludges generated from various water treatment operations are predominantly subject to the fate of land disposal. To prepare sludges for land disposal typically requires time consuming...

A Study of Engineering Properties of a Clay Modified by Ash and Slag
Fly ash from power plants and slag from steel mills are two industrial solid wastes. These wastes can be utilized as soil stabilizers. In this study, a clay with low plasticity is mixed...

Fly Ash for Soil Improvement
This proceedings, Fly Ash for Soil Improvement, contains papers presented at technical sessions of the 1993 ASCE Annual Convention and Exposition...

Influence of Particle Structure on Properties of Fly Ash and Sand

Three Case Histories of Waste Stabilization

 

 

 

 

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