STRENGTH AND MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHEMICALLY ACTIVATED FLY ASH-CEMENT SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Lee2003STRENGTHAM,
  title={STRENGTH AND MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHEMICALLY ACTIVATED FLY ASH-CEMENT SYSTEMS},
  author={Chin Yang Lee and Han Kiat. Lee and K. A. Lee},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The use of fly ash as a cement replacement material increases the long-term strength and durability of concrete. Despite these great benefits, the use of fly ash is limited due to the low early strength of fly ash concrete. To eliminate this problem, many studies have been conducted on accelerating the pozzolanic properties of fly ash. The study reported below investigated the strength and microstructural characteristics of fly ash–cement systems containing three kinds of activators—Na… CONTINUE READING

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