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Properties of mortars with fly ash as fine aggregate ...

Sep 15, 2015  In this study, the evaluation of fly ash as fine aggregate in mortar is investigated. Thus, flow ability, unit weight, ultrasound pulse velocity, compressive and flexural strengths, modulus of elasticity, free and restrained drying shrinkage tests are conducted on mortars produced. 2.

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Properties of mortars with fly ash as fine aggregate ...

Bilir et al. [8] reported that the usage of a high volume of fly ash (at the ratio of 60-70%) as fine aggregate without causing significant changes on the properties of mortars is possible. Ravina ...

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Properties of mortars with fly ash as fine aggregate ...

In this study, the effect of fly ash as fine aggregate in mortars is investigated. Flow ability, unit weight, ultrasound pulse velocity, compressive and flexural strengths, modulus of elasticity, stress–strain behavior and free drying and restrained shrinkage tests were conducted on mortars produced.

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Properties of mortars with fly ash as fine aggregate ...

Gencel et al. (2015) had performed various physical and mechanical tests of mortars with fly ash as constituent fine aggregate material, and up to 70% ratio of fly ash-sand mortar was found ...

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(PDF) Contribution of Fly ash to the properties of Mortar ...

From the test results, it can be seen that the compressive strength of fly ash concrete mixes with 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% fine aggregate replacement with fly ash, were higher than the control ...

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Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine ...

The majority of fly ash is low calcium fly ash which is produced in India. The use of fly ash as admixture in cement mortar/concrete not only extends technical advantages to the properties of ...

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(PDF) Contribution of Fly ash to the properties of Mortar ...

From the test results, it can be seen that the compressive strength of fly ash concrete mixes with 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% fine aggregate replacement with fly ash, were higher than the control ...

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Mechanical Properties and Sulfate Resistance of High ...

Mechanical Properties and Sulfate Resistance of High Volume Fly Ash Cement Mortars with Air-Cooled Slag as Fine Aggregate and Polypropylene Fibers Jun Hyeong Kim 1, Abdul Qudoos 1, Sadam Hussain Jakhrani 1, Atta-ur-Rehman 1, Jeong Bae Lee 2, Seong Soo Kim 3 and Jae-Suk Ryou 1,*

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Effect of Fly Ash on Properties of Mixed Aggregate ...

(2021). Effect of Fly Ash on Properties of Mixed Aggregate Plastering Mortar. Integrated Ferroelectrics: Vol. 219, Proceedings of the Nineteenth China International Nanoscience and Technology Symposium (CINSTS20), Part V of V, pp. 134-144.

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Strength and Shrinkage Properties of Heat Cured Fly Ash ...

May 01, 2019  In this study, an attempt has been made to produce fly ash (FA)-based geopolymer mortar mixes using CDW effectively as fine aggregates partially. The effects of recycled fine aggregates (RFA), the ratio of alkaline liquid (AL) to FA, and duration of heat curing on the properties of the produced geopolymer mortar mixes have been discussed in ...

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Influence of Fine Aggregate Particle Size and Flyash on ...

admixtures such as fly-ash to achieve an economical and durable concrete. SCC contains a large mortar volume as compared to NVC. This work presents the influence of fine aggregate particle size and fly ash on the compressive strength of mortar for SCC. Mortar mixes consists of five different cement replacement

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Utilization of ceramic waste as fine aggregate within ...

Jul 01, 2010  Densities of mortars with fly ashThe effect of CWA replacement as fine aggregates at 0%, 50% and 100% by weight on the density of fly ash mortars at 28 days is shown in Fig. 5. It can be seen that the density trend of fly ash mortars was similar to those of Portland cement mortars, decreasing with increasing CWA content.

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Effects of Fine Aggregate Replacement on the Rheology ...

Jun 01, 1998  Title: Effects of Fine Aggregate Replacement on the Rheology, Compressive Strength and Carbonation Properties of Fly Ash and Mortar Author(s): K.R. Hwang, T. Noguchi and F. Tomosawa Publication: Symposium Paper Volume: 178 Issue: Appears on pages(s): 401-410 Keywords: aggregates; compressive strength; fly ash; mortars (materials); rheology. Date: 6/1/1998

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(PDF) Effect of Class-F fly ash as partial replacement ...

Therefore, from practical mortars but also makes the mortar very cohesive and and economical point of view, it can be concluded there is overall saving of Portland cement and to a that 20% fly ash is the optimum percent for fine certain extent fine aggregate with the use of fly ash. aggregate replacement in cement mortar 1:6 for the Fly ash as ...

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Research Article Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with ...

Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate BabooRai, 1 SanjayKumar, 1 andKumarSatish 2 Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Patna, India Department of Civil Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Patna, India Correspondence should be addressed to Baboo Rai; [email protected]

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Properties of Alkali Activated Lightweight Aggregate ...

Mortar compressive strength was decreased by 6% when replacing 16% by volume of natural fine aggregate with fly ash based LWA. Compared to the expanded clay LWA, the properties of alternative LWAs in this study were slightly, but not significantly, inferior.

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What is Mortar? Types and Uses, Properties of mortar, Tests

Mud mortar is a type of mortar. They use as binding material and sawdust, rice husk, or cow-dung is used as fine aggregate. Mud mortars are useful where lime or cement is not available. Properties of Good mortars. The mortars should be easily workable. The mortars should develop adequate strength in tension and compression.

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Minerals Free Full-Text Effect of Fine Aggregate ...

This research aimed to investigate the effect of fine aggregate particles on mechanical properties of fly ash-based geopolymer mortar. In this work, seven kinds of river sand particles were designed based on different fine aggregate characteristics. The fineness modulus was adopted to quantitatively describe the gradation of sands. The fluidity, compressive, flexural, and tensile strengths of ...

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Sustainable use of normal and ultra-fine fly ash in mortar ...

Nov 10, 2021  The cost of all mortar combinations are identified as per the market price of ordinary Portland cement, fly ash and ultra-fine fly ash. The cost of fly ash was found to be one third of that of cement cost. The cost of ultra-fine fly ash is 66.6% expensive than that of cement.

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PROPERTIES OF CEMENT-FLY ASH MIXTURES WITH SUBSTANDARD FLY ...

Apr 21, 2021  This research investigated the effects of using a substandard fly ash as a partial cement and/or fine aggregate replacement on the basic and durability properties of cement-fly mixtures. Experimental results showed that utilizing the substandard fly ash led to increase in water requirement and autoclave expansion of pastes. The strength activity indexes of the substandard fly ash passed

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PROPERTIES OF

iv BAHIR DAR UNIVERSITY BAHIR DAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF CIVIL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING Approval of Thesis for Defense I hereby certify that I have supervised, read, and evaluated this thesis titled “Experimental Investigation on Properties of Mortar Containing Waste Marble and Fly Ash” prepared by Akelilu Musback under my guidance.

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(PDF) Fly ash as a Fine Aggregate Replacement in Concrete ...

Fine aggregate (sand) was replaced with five percentages (10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%) of Class F fly ash by weight. Tests were performed for properties of fresh concrete. Compressive strength ...

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Research Article Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with ...

Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate BabooRai, 1 SanjayKumar, 1 andKumarSatish 2 Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Patna, India Department of Civil Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Patna, India Correspondence should be addressed to Baboo Rai; [email protected]

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Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine ...

Mar 27, 2014  In the present investigation low calcium fly ash, a supplementary cementitious material, is used to improve the mechanical characteristics, namely, compressive strength and transverse strength of mortar using quarry dust as fine aggregate. 2. Experimental

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Shrinkage Effects of Using Fly Ash instead of Fine ...

China is the world’s largest emitter of fly ash, an industrial by-product of coal combustion. Motivated towards greener development, China’s engineering industries must determine how to effectively utilize this by-product, while ensuring environmental and public safety protections. This study investigated the use of fly ash instead of fine aggregate in concrete mixtures with a focus on ...

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(PDF) Effect of Class-F fly ash as partial replacement ...

Therefore, from practical mortars but also makes the mortar very cohesive and and economical point of view, it can be concluded there is overall saving of Portland cement and to a that 20% fly ash is the optimum percent for fine certain extent fine aggregate with the use of fly ash. aggregate replacement in cement mortar 1:6 for the Fly ash as ...

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STUDY ON BEHAVIOUR AND DURABILITY PROPERTIES OF

brick masonry in the ratio of 1:6 cement mortar with 20% replacement of fine aggregate with fly ash was 1.45 times more than the unreinforced clay brick masonry in the ratio of 1:6 cement mortar, shear bond strength of reinforced clay brick masonry in the ratio of 1:6 cement mortar with 20% replacement of fine aggregate with fly ash was 1.5 times

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What is Mortar? Types and Uses, Properties of mortar, Tests

Mud mortar is a type of mortar. They use as binding material and sawdust, rice husk, or cow-dung is used as fine aggregate. Mud mortars are useful where lime or cement is not available. Properties of Good mortars. The mortars should be easily workable. The mortars should develop adequate strength in tension and compression.

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Enhancing the Performance of Recycled Aggregate Mortars ...

Nov 27, 2020  The aim of this paper is to advance the research on the use of alkali-activated fly ash in recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) bearing mortar (RAM) to achieve low carbon footprint and sustainability in construction. To this end, the present paper explores the advantages in terms of improved properties of RAM by incorporating fly ash with an alkali-silicate activator. Results of

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The Durability of Mortar Containing Alkali Activated Fly ...

This paper presents the physical properties and durability aspects of mortar containing fly ash-based alkali activated lightweight aggregate. The results show that the properties of hardened mortar containing FA 6M LWA are acceptable compared to a reference without LWA and a mortar with commercial expanded clay (EC) LWA.

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Minerals Free Full-Text Effect of Fine Aggregate ...

This research aimed to investigate the effect of fine aggregate particles on mechanical properties of fly ash-based geopolymer mortar. In this work, seven kinds of river sand particles were designed based on different fine aggregate characteristics. The fineness modulus was adopted to quantitatively describe the gradation of sands. The fluidity, compressive, flexural, and tensile strengths of ...

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Engineering performance of high-content MgO-Alkali ...

Jan 19, 2021  This research investigated the effects of recycled fine aggregate (RFA) and fly ash (FA) content on the strength development and engineering properties of alkali-activated slag–MgO (AASM) mortar. Various mortar specimens in which natural sand was replaced by RFA in five ratios (0:100, 25:75, 50:50, 75:25, and 100:0) and 0%, 15%, 30%, and 45% of the slag content was replaced by FA

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