ACAA Resource Bulletin #9-08: Use of Class C Fly Ash to Mitigate Alkali-Silica Reactivity of Aggregates (ASR)
American Coal Ash Association, ACAA RB 9-08: Use of Class C Fly Ash to Mitigate ASR of Aggregates (ASR), September 2008, 12 pp.
Non Member Price: $5.00
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This ACAA Resource Bulletin covers the basics of using class C fly ash to mitigate ASR of aggregates. Included...
- What is ASR?
- How does ASR afect concrete?
- What are test procedures?
- How can ASR be mitigated?
- What Research is Occurring?
- A bibliography of references
Fly Ash Facts for Highway Engineers (Booklet)
Federal Highway Administration, Fly Ash Facts for Highway Engineers, 4th Ed., June, 2003, 74 pp.
Non Member Price: $7.50
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Coal fly ash is a coal combustion product that has numerous applications in highway construction. Since the first edition of this booklet in 1986, the use of fly ash in highway construction has increased and new applications have been developed. This booklet provides basic technical information about the various uses of fly ash in highway construction that advance its use in ways that are technically sound, commercially competitive, and environmentally safe.
Gypsum as an Agricultural Amendment
Chen, Liming & Warren Dick, Gypsum as an Agricultural Amendment; General Use Guidelines; Bulletin 945, The Ohio State University
Non Member Price: $10.00
Member Price: $8.00
This latest publication covers sources and properties of gypsum; properties of gypsum that provide
agricultural benefits; agricultural and land application uses; gypsum application; economic
considerations related to gypsum use; analytical and technical support: gypsum handling and
storage, etc. This 8.5” x 11” brochure has 35 pages.
Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete
Thomas, Michael, Ph.D., P. Eng., Professor of Civil Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete, Portland Cement Association, 2007 24 pp.
Non Member Price: $20.00
Member Price: $14.00
Dr. Thomas begins by introducing the reader to the sources, functionality and history of fly ash use as a supplementary cementitious material in concrete. The publication discusses issues related to using low to very high levels of fly ash in concrete and provides guidance for the use of fly ash without compromising the construction process or the quality of the finished product. This pamphlet includes five pages of references and related publications as well as numerous illustrations and figures diagramming implications of temperature, compression, permeability and strength related to use of fly ash in concrete. It also offers several case studies. Softcover.
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