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Title: Effect of Fly Ash as Cement Replacement on the Short Term Bond Strength of Adhesive Anchors Systems
Author(s): Peter Grzesik
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 1-10
Keywords: fly ash, adhesive, anchor, bond, concrete
Abstract:Adhesive and mechanical concrete anchor systems today are typically tested in concrete mix designs containing no fly ash. This paper investigates the influence of a certain amount of fly ash as a cement replacement on the short term resistance of common adhesive anchor systems. The result shows no significant influence for the tested conditions.
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