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Fly Ash Concrete Compressive Strength and Freeze-Thaw Durability, MLR-81-06, 1981



The current study investigated the effect of fly ash class, source and amount on the compressive strength and freeze-thaw durability of fly ash concrete. Concrete aggregates of varying quality were also included as test variables. The current results and those obtained from previous laboratory and field work indicate that compressive strength can·be affected by fly ash class, source and amount while aggregate quality is shown to have no effect on strength. Freeze-thaw durability of fly ash concrete is strongly affected by aggregate quality and to a lesser degree by fly ash class, amount and source

Topics: Transportation, Roads and highways, Research, Concrete, Maintenance and preservation
Year: 1981
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