Loading...

Folder Pozzolans

Pozzolans

Categories

Folder Fly Ash

Fly Ash

The dust collected from the smokestack of a coal-fired plant

Folder Metakoalin

Metakoalin

Lightly roasted fine-grained clay used as cement

Folder Natural

Natural

Certain volcanic soils much used by the ancients

Folder Rice Hull Ash

Rice Hull Ash

Or "rice husk ash" - the ground remains of burnt rice hulls

Folder Silica Fume

Silica Fume

A by-product of silicon and ferrosilicon alloy production

Folder Slag

Slag

Or more fully, "Ground, granulated blast furnace slag", a by-product of steel production

Documents

Mechanical Properties and Durability of Mortars Containing Ultrafine Sugar Cane Bagasse Ash, Silva de Souza et al, 2007 Popular

Inter American Conference on Non-Conventional Materials and Technologies in Ecological and Sustainable Construction, IAC-NOCMAT, 2007, Maceió

Sugar Cane Bagasse Clay Ash as Pozzolanic Material Study of the Reaction of Kenetics and Determination of the Kenetic Parameters, Villar Cociña et al, 2007 Popular

Inter American Conference on Non-Conventional Materials and Technologies in Ecological and Sustainable Construction, IAC-NOCMAT, 2007, Maceió

Use of Raw or Processed Natural Pozzolans in Concrete, American Concrete Institute, 2001 Popular

  This report provides a review of the state-of-the-art use of raw or processed natural pozzolans in concrete and an overview of the properties of natural pozzolans and their proper use in the production of hydraulic-cement concrete. This report contains information and recommendations concerning the selection and use of natural pozzolans generally conforming to the applicable requirements of ASTM C 618 and CSA A23.5. Topics covered include the effect of natural pozzolans on concrete properties, a discussion of quality control and quality assurance, and guidance regarding handling and use of natural pozzolans in specific applications.