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Title: A Method of Proportioning Structural Concrete Mixtures with Fly Ash and Other Pozzolans
Author(s): C.E. Lovewell and Edward J. Hyland
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 109-140
Keywords: admixtures; air entrainment; cement content; compressive strength; concrete durability; density (mass/volume); fly ash; lightweight aggregate concretes; mix proportioning; pozzolans; workability
Abstract:Described are types of pozzolans available for use, effects of these in concrete with respect to various important areas of interest and proportioning procedures whereby desired properties can be achieved by using pozzolans in proper relationship with other ingredients all within the framework of ACI 211.1-70 "Recommended Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal Weight Concrete." No slump concrete is not considered.
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