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Volume 323, 202010th International Conference of Advanced Models and New Concepts in Concrete and Masonry Structures (AMCM 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Adnanced Models and New Concepts in Concrete Structures|
|Published online||05 October 2020|
Effect of fine recycled aggregates on the properties of non-cement blended materials
1 Department of Civil Engineering, National Ilan University, No.1, Sec. 1, Shennong Rd., I-Lan 260, Taiwan
2 Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Thákurova 7, 166 29 Prague 6, Czech Republic
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In this study, the different proportions of co-fired fly ash and ground granulated blast-furnace slag were used to fully replace the cement as non-cement blended materials in a fixed water-cement ratio. The recycled fine aggregates were replaced with natural fine aggregates as 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%. The flowability, compressive strength, water absorption and scanning electron microscope observations were used as the engineered indices by adding different proportions of recycled fine aggregates. The test results indicated that the fluidity cannot be measured normally due to the increase in the proportion of recycled fine aggregates due to its higher absorbability. In the compressive strength test, the compressive strength decreased accordingly as the recycled fine aggregates increased due to the interface structure and the performance of recycled aggregates. The fine aggregates and other blended materials had poor cementation properties, resulting in a tendency for their compressive strength to decrease. However, the compressive strength can be controlled above 35 MPa of the green non-cement blended materials containing 20% recycled aggregates.
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