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Title: Mechanical and Durability Performance of Roller-Compacted Concrete with Fly Ash for Dam Applications
Author(s): Chan-Gi, Park, Jong-Whan Yoon, Wan-Young Kim, and Jong-Pil Won
Appears on pages(s): 57-61
Keywords: dam; durability; fly ash; roller-compacted concrete (RCC)
Abstract:This study investigated the mechanical and durability performance of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) with fly ash for dam applications. A test program studied the effects on the properties of fresh and hardened RCC with fly ash replacement ratio, as well as the long-term durability of the resulting mixture. Fly ash replaced 20, 30, 40, and 50% by mass of the cement. Laboratory tests of the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, shear strength, chloride ion permeability, abrasion, and drying shrinkage were conducted. The test results demonstrated that 30% fly ash replacement is an optimum level, and that this mixture has excellent mechanical and durability properties.
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