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Publications tagged with [fly ash]

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<p>Coal based thermal power plant has created over 50,000 acres of ash ponds in India, with approximately 2500 acres of additional ponds created for a 500-MW power plant and is filled with ash up to 10 m in height within a period of 5 years. Presently, 160 ...
Reference: A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Technology In Civil Engineering (Geotechnical Engineering)
<p>This research was set with the objective of investigating the possibility of constructing Roller Compacted-Concrete Dam, RCCD, using local material to reduce its cost. Trial laboratory concrete mixtures were conducted to define RCCD proportions in stage-I. ...
Reference: Alexandria Engineering Journal (2014) 53, 131–142
<p>Fly ash is a major by-product of thermal power plants that adversely affects land, water, and air. Its gainful utilization in many areas is being continuously explored. Use of fly ash in opencast coal mine haul road construction is one such option. This ...
Reference: Coal Combustion and Gasification Products 5, 49-56
<p>Slope erosion control with the use of fly-ash and sewage sludge. The paper presents alternative methods of the earth slopes reinforcement. The techniques proposed utilise recycled materials such as fly-ash and sewage sludge. It is described how implementation ...
Reference: Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 101–111
<p>Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc. which is one of the famous Japanese electric power companies has developed the technology to manufacture the highly functional fly ash (HFA) which is a brand name &ldquo;Finash&rdquo; produced by sorting and classifying ...
Reference: Shotcrete for Underground Support XI
<p>The development of the roller-compacted concrete (RCC) technology in the 1980s is considered by many as a significant breakthrough in the construction industry. RCC is now commonly used all around the world for the construction of dams and pavements, and ...
Reference: Second International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (SICETE)
<p>The potential fields of application of fly ash in large volumes are mainly construction of roads, embankments, and filling of low lands. Shear strength of fly ash is one of the important parameters required for the design of such projects. To study the ...
Reference: IGC 2009, Guntur, INDIA
<p>One of the most pressing needs for research in the geotechnical area is on the issue of the use of marginal soils (e.g. silts, soft rock, etc.) for fills and as backfill material for walls and bridge abutments. The lack of availability of higher quality ...
Reference: Washington State University Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Pullman, WA 99164-2910