SP-199: Seventh CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete

Price: $ 135.50 USD

Choose Product Language

Choose Product Units

Choose Product Format



Note: The individual papers are also available as .pdf downloads. Please click on the previous link to view the papers available, or call 248.848.3800 to order.

Editor: V.M. Malhotra


Conditioning coal-burning power-plant flue gases with ammonia reduces the emission of nitrous oxide compounds. But the ammonia often combines with available sulfur and other compounds that attach to the fly ash. If the ammoniated fly ash is then used in concrete, the high-pH environment causes a release of ammonia and a strong, objectionable ammonia smell. This can make the fly ash unmarketable. What’s the solution? Fly ash beneficiation processes that can remove ammonia and also reduce the unburned carbon content.

Some of the processes are described in one of the 54 papers included in ACI SP-199, Seventh CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete. Other papers deal with effects of fly ash and admixture combinations on setting time, use of slag concrete to reduce corrosion of reinforcement, and the role of chemical and mineral admixtures in concrete made with recycled concrete as aggregate.


Document Details

Publication Year: 2001

Pages: 957

ISBN: 9780870310263

Categories: Pozzolans

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Volume 1


by V.M. Malhotra

Leachability of Trace Metal Elements from Fly Ashes, and from Concrete Incorporating Fly Ashes

by M.H. Zhang, M.C. Blanchette, and V.M. Malhotra

Classification of Fly Ahs According to Japan Industrial Standard

JIS A 6201-1999

by S. Nagataki, F. Tomosawa, T. Kanazu, and T. Yamamoto

Effect of Chemical Activation of a Lagoon Ash on its Physico-Chemico-Mineralogical Properties

by P.K. Kolay and D.N. Singh

Mechanical Properties and Durability of Laboratory Produced High-Volume Fly Ash Blended Cements

by N. Bouzoubaa, M.H. Zhang, V.M. Malhotra, and D.M. Golden

Investigation of Hydration Products in High-Volume Fly Ash Binders

by C. Hubert, W. Wieker, and D. Heidermann

Using High-Volume Fly Ash in Lightweight Concrete with Bottom Ash as Aggregate

by M. Nisnevich, G. Sirotin, L. Dvoskin, and Y. Eshel

Strength and Durability of Concretes with Slag-Fly Ash-Portland Cement

by A. Borsoi, S. Collepardi, L. Coppola, R. Troli, and M. Collepardi

Effects of Fly Ash on Strength and Durability of Hydraulic Structures with Various Grades of Cement and Concrete

by M.S. Mathews, S. Somayaji, and G.S.B. Ambedkar

Flexural Behavior of Hybrid Fiber-Reinforced Cement Composites Containing High Volume Fly Ash

by N. Ramanalingam, P. Paramasivam, M.A. Mansur, and M. Maalej

Manufacture of Masonry Products Containing Large Amounts of Fly Ash

by Tarun R. Naik, Shiw S. Singh, Rudolph N. Kraus, and Bruce W. Ramme

Performance of Fly Ash Concretes in Accelerated and Natural Chloride Exposure Regimes

by V. Sorn, t. Oshiro, Y. Yamada, T. Sugiyama, and Y. Matsufuji

Optimum Fly Ash Content for Lower Cost and Superior Durability

b R.P. Khatri and V. Sirivivatnananon

Sulfate Resistance of Mortars Containing High-Calcium Fly Ashes and Combinations of Highly Reactive Pozzolans and Fly Ash

by S.G. Shashiprakash and M.D.A. Thomas

Development of a Fly Ash and Epoxy Bases High-Performance Grout for the Repair of Offshore Platforms

by T.S. Thandavamoorthy, A.G. Madhava Rao, and A.R. Santhakumar

Fly Ash in Self-Compacting Concrete

by R. Khurana and R. Saccone

Resistance of Fly Ash and Natural Pozzolans Blended Cement Mortars and Concrete to Carbonation, Sulfate Attack and Chloride Ion Penetration

by K.K. Sideris and A.E. Savva

Valorization of Fly Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Via Hydrothermal Treatment

by A. Guerrero, S. Goni, E. Fernandez, and A. Macias

Optimization of CLSM Mixture Proportion with Combination of Clinker Ash and Fly Ash

by Takashi Horiguchi, Hideyuki Okumura, and Noboru Saeki

Three New Ash Beneficiation Process for the 21st Century

by Bruce W. Ramme, Bryan C. Fisher, and Tarun R. Naik

Advances in Malaysian Fly Ash Concrete Technology

by E.U. Kidav, T.P. Soo, V. Sirivivatnanon, and R. Khatri

Properties of Artificial Pozzolan Blended Cements as a Function of Clay Precursor Mineralogy and Cement Chemical Parameters

by E. Moulin and P. Blanc

Concrete Mixtures Made with Ternary Blended Cements Containing Fly Ash and Rice-Husk Ash

by N. Bhanumathidas and P. Kumar Mehta

Time of Setting Influenced by Inclusion of Fly Ash and Chemical Admixtures

by Tarun R. Naik, Shiw S. Singh, and Bruce W. Ramme

The Resistance of Mortar with Supplementary Cementitious Materials to Caustic Attack

by H.T. Cao, L. Bucea, R.P. Khatri, and V. Sirivivatnanon

Effect of Co-Combustion of Secondary Fueld on Fly Ash Quality by F.J.M. Lamres, J.L.J. Vissers, and J.S. Van Den Berg

Volume 2

Transformation of Wastes into Complementary Cementing Materials

by J. Pera, J. Ambroise, and M. Chabannet

The Effect of Silica Fume on Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement - A Review

by M. Maage

Effect of High-Temperature Curing on the Compressive Strength of Concrete Incorporating Large Volumes of Fly Ash

by Raymundo Rivera-Villarreal

Corrosion of Steel in Slag Concrete

by Dr. S. C. Pal, Dr. A. Mukherje, and Mrs. S.R. Pathak

Marine Durability of 15-Year Old Concrete Specimens Made with Ordinary Portland, Slag, and Fly Ash Cements

by Tarek Uddin Mohammed, Toru Yamaji, Toshiyuki Aoyama, and Hidenori Hamada

Acid Corrosion of Geopolymeric Cements

by Ali Allahverdi and Frantisek Skvara

Effect of Cement Replacements by Fly Ash and Silica Fume on Compressive Strength of Concrete

by L.V.A. Seshasayi, D. Ramaseshu, and R. Shankaraiah

Effect of Silica Fume, Fly Ash and Water-to-Binder Ratio on Bond Strength of Underwater, Self-Consolidating Concrete

by Mohammed Sonebi

Chloride Diffusivity of GGFBS Concretes

by K. Ganesh Babu and V. Sree Rama Kumar

Influence of Sulphate on Cement Mixtures Containing Fly Ash or Blast-Furnace Slab

by N. Bhanumathidas and N. Kalidas

Effect of Silica Fume on the Heat of Hydration of High-Performance Concrete

by E.H. Kadri and R. Duval

Investigations on the Flexural Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Containing Supplementary Cementitious Materials

by S. Gopalakrishnan, K. Balasubramanian, T. S. Krishnamoorthy

and B.H. Bharatkumar

Properties of Concrete Incorporating Slag from the Ferro Alloy Industry

by J. Pera and J. Ambroise

Chloride Induced Corrosion of Steel Bars Embedded in Ecocement-Blast Furnace Slag Mortars

by K.O. Ampadu, Kazuyuki Torii, and Takashi Kubota

Corrosion of Steel Bars in Cracked Concrete Made with Ordinary Portland Slab and Fly Ash Cements

by Tarek Uddin Mohammed, Toru Yamaji, Toshiyuki Aoyama and

Hidenori Hamada

Study of Shrinkage Characteristics of High-Strength Silica Fume Concrete

by Takayuki Kojima, Nobuaki Takagi, and Satoshi Horikawa

Properties of Normal and High-Strength Concrete Containing Metakaolin

by P. Balaguru

The Effect of Temperature on the Formation of Hydrogarnet in Matrices Made with Metakoalin/Lime Mixtures

by M. Frias, M.I. Sanchez de Rojas, and J. Rivera

Pozzolanic, Amorphous Silica Produced from the Mineral Olivine

by H. Justnes and T. Ostnor

Amorphous Silica in Siliceous Pozzolans: A Rapid Method for its Determination

by J. Paya, J. Monzo, M.V. Borrachero, A.M. Mellado and L.M. Ordonez

Cementitious, High-Volume Burnt-Oil Shale Binder

by Theodor A. Burge

Aspects of Technology for Cementless Mortar from Wastes of the Abakan TPP

by S.I. Pavlenko, V.I. Malyshkin, and V.V. Tkachenko

Development of a New Furnace for the Production of Rice Husk Ash

by N. Maeda, I. Wada, M. Kawakami, T. Ueda, and G.K.D. Pushpalal

Sorptivity and Water Absorption of Mortars Incorporating Waste Clay Brick

by M. O'Farrell, S. Wild, and B.B. Sabir

Role of Chemical and Mineral Admixtures on Performance and Economics of Recycled Aggregate Concrete

by V. Corinaldesi and G. Moriconi

Silica-Carbonate Building Materials Produced by Infiltration with Supercritical Carbon Dioxide

by W.A. Ocampo, G. Bolanos, and A. Salazr

Neural Network Modeling of Concrete Carbonation

by Ali Akbar Ramezanianpour and Amir Tarighat

Substituting Portland Cement: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Lime-Pozzolan-Cement Binders

by E.E. Toumbakai, D. Van Gemert, N. Thenoutasse, and T.P. Tassios

Influence of Mineral Admixtures on Properties of Fiber Reinforced Dry-Mix Shotcrete

by V. Bindiganavile and N. Banthia


Any applicable errata are included with individual documents at the time of purchase. Errata are not included for collections or sets of documents such as the ACI Collection. For a listing of and access to all product errata, visit the Errata page.

Return/Exchange Policy

Printed / Hard Copy Products: The full and complete returned product will be accepted if returned within 60 days of receipt and in salable condition. A 20% service charge applies. Return shipping fees are the customer’s responsibility.

Electronic /Downloaded Products & Online Learning Courses: These items are not eligible for return.

Subscriptions These items are not eligible for return.

Exchanges: Contact ACI’s Customer Services Department for options (+1.248.848.3800 – ACICustomerService@concrete.org).