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- From: Marc Feuerstein <feuerbla(--nospam--at)glo.be>
- Date: Fri, 16 Feb 1996 20:38:48 GMT
Hello Jeff, fly-ash does not has a big effect on the compressive strength, but it has a big effect on the following factors : time needed for hardening, porosity of the hardened grout, heat during the hardening. (1)The time needed for hardening is longer (compared with a grout with a same compressive strength). (2)Porosity is (much) lower(==> the capillary effect is lower). (3)Heat rejected during hardening is also lower. Fly-ash is very often used in concrete because of effect (2) and (3). If you want info, I could send it to you. The only problem is that it is written in Dutch (if you understand, just email me your adress and I will send this info). Marc. ...
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