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Physico-mechanical properties of lightweight concrete with fluidized bed combustion fly ash based light weight aggregate

ŤAŽKÝ, M. BODNÁROVÁ, L. HELA, R.

Original Title

Physico-mechanical properties of lightweight concrete with fluidized bed combustion fly ash based light weight aggregate

English Title

Physico-mechanical properties of lightweight concrete with fluidized bed combustion fly ash based light weight aggregate

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Increasingly we see today among the conventional high temperature fly ash also with the production of fly ash from fluidized bed combustion. These fluidized bed combustion fly ashes, however, have little used this area, mainly for their chemical composition and morphology. Current efforts are directed towards the development of new technological processes and building materials that would allow the use of this industrial waste and its qualities. One possible way of fluidized bed combustion fly ash’s utilizing in construction industries the production of cold balled lightweight aggregate. Production of this material is economically advantageous and enables processing of large volumes of raw materials. This paper describes possibilities of using this aggregate for production of lightweight construction concrete and consequent testing of durability and resistance to various types of aggressive environment. For these lightweight structural concretes will be verified in their thermal-technical parameters.

English abstract

Increasingly we see today among the conventional high temperature fly ash also with the production of fly ash from fluidized bed combustion. These fluidized bed combustion fly ashes, however, have little used this area, mainly for their chemical composition and morphology. Current efforts are directed towards the development of new technological processes and building materials that would allow the use of this industrial waste and its qualities. One possible way of fluidized bed combustion fly ash’s utilizing in construction industries the production of cold balled lightweight aggregate. Production of this material is economically advantageous and enables processing of large volumes of raw materials. This paper describes possibilities of using this aggregate for production of lightweight construction concrete and consequent testing of durability and resistance to various types of aggressive environment. For these lightweight structural concretes will be verified in their thermal-technical parameters.

Keywords

concrete, light weight aggregate, fluidized bed combustion fly ash, aggressive environment, thermal conductivity, …

Released

10.10.2017

Publisher

Trans Tech Publication

Location

Switzerland

ISBN

978-3-0357-1157-8

Book

Materials Science Forum

Pages from

106

Pages to

110

Pages count

5

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT131388,
  author="Martin {Ťažký} and Lenka {Bodnárová} and Rudolf {Hela}",
  title="Physico-mechanical properties of lightweight concrete with fluidized bed combustion fly ash based light weight aggregate",
  annote="Increasingly we see today among the conventional high temperature fly ash also with the
production of fly ash from fluidized bed combustion. These fluidized bed combustion fly ashes,
however, have little used this area, mainly for their chemical composition and morphology. Current
efforts are directed towards the development of new technological processes and building materials
that would allow the use of this industrial waste and its qualities. One possible way of fluidized
bed combustion fly ash’s utilizing in construction industries the production of cold balled
lightweight aggregate. Production of this material is economically advantageous and enables
processing of large volumes of raw materials. This paper describes possibilities of using this
aggregate for production of lightweight construction concrete and consequent testing of
durability and resistance to various types of aggressive environment. For these lightweight
structural concretes will be verified in their thermal-technical parameters.",
  address="Trans Tech Publication",
  booktitle="Materials Science Forum",
  chapter="131388",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.908.106",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Trans Tech Publication",
  year="2017",
  month="october",
  pages="106--110",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publication",
  type="conference paper"
}