Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete

Shohei Seiki, Tatsuya Nukushina, Seddik Meddah, Ryoichi Sato

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Abstract

This study aims to investigate experimentally how internal curing by Porous Ceramic Aggregate (PCA) made of roof material wastes is effective in enhancing properties of fly ash concrete like compressive strength, pore structure and shrinkage. Longer moist curing is needed for fly ash concrete to develop the required performance. In this study three exposure conditions, namely sealed condition, exposure to the air at 3 days and 7 days are adopted. Results showed that internal curing by PCA was effective in developing compressive strength after the age of 28 days under sealed condition as well as in reducing autogenous shrinkage, and tended to increase slightly the pore volume under sealed condition.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies
Pages801-811
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies - Ancona, Italy
Duration: Jun 28 2010Jun 30 2010

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Other2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies
CountryItaly
CityAncona
Period6/28/106/30/10

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Fly ash
Curing
Concretes
Compressive strength
Pore structure
Roofs
Air

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Building and Construction

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Seiki, S., Nukushina, T., Meddah, S., & Sato, R. (2010). Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete. In 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies (pp. 801-811)

Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete. / Seiki, Shohei; Nukushina, Tatsuya; Meddah, Seddik; Sato, Ryoichi.

2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies. 2010. p. 801-811.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Seiki, S, Nukushina, T, Meddah, S & Sato, R 2010, Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete. in 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies. pp. 801-811, 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, Ancona, Italy, 6/28/10.
Seiki S, Nukushina T, Meddah S, Sato R. Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete. In 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies. 2010. p. 801-811
Seiki, Shohei ; Nukushina, Tatsuya ; Meddah, Seddik ; Sato, Ryoichi. / Effectiveness of porous ceramic waste as an internal curing material for fly ash concrete. 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies. 2010. pp. 801-811
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