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Impact of Fine Aggregates Replacement by Fluidized Fly Ash to Resistance of Concretes to Aggressive Media

Originální název

Impact of Fine Aggregates Replacement by Fluidized Fly Ash to Resistance of Concretes to Aggressive Media

Anglický název

Impact of Fine Aggregates Replacement by Fluidized Fly Ash to Resistance of Concretes to Aggressive Media

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Fluidized fly ashes constitute a part of industrial waste used in building material production on a small scale up to now. Concretes production is one of fluidized fly ashes application field. This paper presents findings concerning testing of concrete with addition of fluid combustion ashes as to aggressive media resistance - chlorides and sulphates in particular. Fine grained aggregate has been replaced by deposit ash (0 to 50 %). This ash originates from black coal fluid combustion in the TZ Trinec Power Plant. Concrete samples have been exposed for a period of 24 months.

Anglický abstrakt

Fluidized fly ashes constitute a part of industrial waste used in building material production on a small scale up to now. Concretes production is one of fluidized fly ashes application field. This paper presents findings concerning testing of concrete with addition of fluid combustion ashes as to aggressive media resistance - chlorides and sulphates in particular. Fine grained aggregate has been replaced by deposit ash (0 to 50 %). This ash originates from black coal fluid combustion in the TZ Trinec Power Plant. Concrete samples have been exposed for a period of 24 months.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19242,
  author="Jiří {Brožovský} and Tomáš {Fojtík} and Petr {Martinec}",
  title="Impact of Fine Aggregates Replacement by Fluidized Fly Ash to Resistance of Concretes to Aggressive Media",
  annote="Fluidized fly ashes constitute a part of industrial waste used in building material production on a small scale up to now. Concretes production is one of fluidized fly ashes application field. This paper presents findings concerning testing of concrete with addition of fluid combustion ashes as to aggressive media resistance - chlorides and sulphates in particular. Fine grained aggregate has been replaced by deposit ash (0 to 50 %). This ash originates from black coal fluid combustion in the TZ Trinec Power Plant. Concrete samples have been exposed for a period of 24 months.",
  address="Romania : SOCIETATII ACADEMICE "MATEI-TEIU BOTEZ",
  booktitle="International Symposium Compunational Civil Engineering 2006",
  chapter="19242",
  edition="1",
  institution="Romania : SOCIETATII ACADEMICE "MATEI-TEIU BOTEZ",
  journal="Nezařazené články",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="100--106",
  publisher="Romania : SOCIETATII ACADEMICE "MATEI-TEIU BOTEZ",
  type="conference paper"
}