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Oey, Tandré, Cynthia Huang, Ryan Worley, Sarah Ho, Jason Timmons, Ka Lam Chaung, Aditya Kumar, Mathieu Bauchy, and Gaurav Sant. 2015. "Linking Fly Ash Composition to Performance in Cementitious Systems.".


Oey, Tandré, Cynthia Huang, Ryan Worley, Sarah Ho, Jason Timmons, Ka Lam Chaung, Aditya Kumar, Mathieu Bauchy, and Gaurav Sant. 2015. "Linking Fly Ash Composition to Performance in Cementitious Systems.".
"Fly ash represents a critical, yet underutilized resource for use as a supplementary cementing material (SCM) for replacement of ordinary portland cement (OPC) to produce low CO2 footprint concretes. However, compositional variability and lack of rigorous classification methods currently limits its use, due to unpredictable performance of fly ash in cementitious mixtures. This research evaluates a wide range of fly ashes sourced based on compositional variation as well as abundance. Ashes are exhaustively ..."

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