Sustainable Concrete Made with Ashes and Dust from Different Sources: Materials, Properties and Applications focuses on individual materials, addressing material characterization, their role in the strength and durability of construction materials, and structural applications. Each chapter reflects the current state-of-the-art in terms of the effective and efficient use of the material. Types of ashes covered are Coal Fly Ash, Coal Bottom Ash, Bagasse Ash, MSW Ash, Red Mud, Waste Marble Dust, Sewage Sludge Ash, and Cement Kiln Dust.
This book is useful for civil engineers in the design and development of sustainable concrete by utilizing such types of ashes and researchers involved in the design and formulation of new cementitious materials.
- Focuses on different types of ashes derived from various sources for use in the development of sustainable concrete
- Discusses the economic and environmental impacts, normative restrictions, and implementation in codes and standards related to the use of these by-products/wastes in concretes
- Includes coverage of the impact of dust from construction and demolition wastes
1. Coal Fly Ash 2. Coal Bottom Ash 3. Rice Husk Ash 4. MSW Ash 5. Bagasse Ash 6. Sewage Sludge Ash 7. Palm Oil Fuel Ash 8. Volcanic Ash 9. Wood Ash 10. Cement Kiln Dust 11. Waste Marble Dust 12. Quarry Dust 13. Lime Stone Dust 14. Red Mud 15. Paper Sludge Ash