A Development of the Research on High Performance Concrete Incorporated with High Volume Fly Ash

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In this paper, the main characteristic of definition, property, requirement of raw material, mix proportion design and performance improvement of high volume fly ash concrete (for short HVFAC) are summarized. The applications of HVFAC in dam, highway, building and port are introduced. The research results have shown that HVFAC have outstanding properties of physical mechanics, but some problems need to be further studied. It is believed that an operable strict corresponding technical criterion would be set down as soon as possible for engineering practice.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 302-303)

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Nai-Qian Feng and Gai-Fei Peng

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26-34

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F. Xing et al., "A Development of the Research on High Performance Concrete Incorporated with High Volume Fly Ash ", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 302-303, pp. 26-34, 2006

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