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structural use of lightweight aggregate concrete

Barrie Hugh Spratt

structural use of lightweight aggregate concrete

by Barrie Hugh Spratt

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Published by Cement and Concrete Association in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lightweight concrete.,
  • Concrete construction.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementB. H. Spratt.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA439 .S663
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5246053M
    ISBN 100721009735
    LC Control Number75318055

    The excellent durability performance of structural lightweight concrete made with Expanded Clay Aggregate or expanded shale, clay or slate structural lightweight aggregate is a result of the ceramic nature of the aggregate, and its exceptional bond to and . Arcosa Lightweight is the largest producer of rotary kiln expanded shale and clay lightweight aggregate in North America, with production facilities in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Texas and Louisiana.

    () Lightweight Aggregate Use in Structural Concrete, MLR and R, Transportation, Department of. Occasionally the word "problem" is associated with structural lightweight concrete. As a general rule, the so-called problems encountered in structural lightweight concrete are not inherent in the aggregate, per se, but rather are created by non-adherence to fundamental knowledge of the properties of both the aggregate and the concrete.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nesbit, John Kennard. Structural lightweight-aggregate concrete. London, Concrete Publications, (OCoLC)   This is a comprehensive book that considers all aspects of lightweight aggregates and lightweight aggregate concrete. The authors begin with a brief overview of the historical use of lightweight aggregate concrete, both naturally occurring and artificial, from ancient times to the present.


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Structural use of lightweight aggregate concrete by Barrie Hugh Spratt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lightweight aggregate concrete is made using different types of cements, mineral admixtures, and aggregates. These material variations influence the degree and rate of deterioration. This chapter examines durability of lightweight aggregate concrete to several chemical attacks—acid resistance, alkali-aggregate reaction, carbonation and corrosion, and chloride ion penetration.

Lightweight aggregate concrete is undergoing something of a renaissance. Although this material has been available for many years, only now is it being used more widely. This book provides a comprehensive review of this growing field from an international by: The guide summarizes the present state of technology, presents and interprets the data on lightweight-aggregate concrete from many laboratory studies and the accumulated experience resulting from its successful use, and reviews performance of structural lightweight aggregate concrete in : ACI.

USE OF LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE CONCRETE FOR STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS R. Swamy, Reader K. Sittampalam, A. Ajibade, Research Student Research Student D. Theodorakopoulos, Former Research Student R. Winata, Former Research Student Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, University of Sheffield, U.K.

ABSTRACT Mix design, strength and deformation test results of lightweight aggregate concrete suitable for structural applications in reinforced and prèstressed concrete Cited by: 2.

There are environmental, technical and commercial reasons why the increased use of lightweight aggregate for concrete should be encouraged in this country. In this paper, arguments in favour of and factors acting against the more general use of the material are examined and it is suggested that a major stumbling block is confusion between straight forward lightweight aggregate concrete.

Parhizkar, t., najimi, m. and Pourkhorshidi, a.r., studied about "application of pumice aggregate in structural lightweight concrete based on different mix using combination of pumice fine and. normalweight sand, a wide range of concrete densities may be obtained.

Aggregates for structural lightweight concrete usually have a top size of minus 3/4 in. or minus 1/2 in. Most lightweight concretes use a lightweight coarse aggregate 3/4 in.

to #4 mesh (1/2 - #8) with ordinary sand, minus #4 mesh (minus mm), however other combinations of. The primary use of structural lightweight concrete is to reduce the dead load of a concrete structure, which then allows the structural designer to reduce the size of columns, footings and other load bearing elements.

Structural lightweight concrete mixtures can be designed to achieve similar strengths as normal weight concrete. overview Structural lightweight concrete made with rotary kiln produced structural lightweight aggregate solves weight and durability problems in buildings and exposed structures.

Structural lightweight concrete has strengths comparable to normal weight concrete, yet is typically 25% to 35% lighter. Structural lightweight concrete offers design flexibility and substantial cost savings by.

of the original aquagel in the cell or pore in the concrete. This results in a cellular, lightweight concrete. High carbon ash, recycled aluminum waste and zeolite powders are additional mechanical structures suitable in the production of cellular lightweight concrete.

These. Abstract This specification covers lightweight aggregates intended for use in structural concrete in which prime considerations are reducing the density while maintaining the compressive strength of the concrete.

Procedures covered in this specification are not intended for job control of concrete. Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete 1st Edition by Dr J L Clarke (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both : $ The results indicated that the structural light weight aggregate concrete produced from local porcelinite aggregate is suitable to used as a structural concrete, it can produce structural light.

Lightweight aggregates used in structural lightweight concrete are typically expanded shale, clay or slate materials that have been fired in a rotary kiln to develop a porous structure. Other products such as air-cooled blast furnace slag are also used. Sums up the present state of technology, describes the data on lightweight-aggregate concrete from many laboratory studies and the accumulated experience resulting from its successful use, and reviews performance of structural lightweight aggregate concrete in service.

Uses of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Screeds and thickening for general purposes especially when such screeds or thickening and weight to floors roofs and other structural members.

Screeds and walls where timber has to be attached by nailing. The guide summarizes the present state of technology. It presents and interprets the data on lightweight aggregate concretes from many laboratory studies, accumulated experience resulting from successful use, and the performance of structural lightweight aggregate concrete in service.

suitable for use in structural concrete [2]. Figure 3 shows the feature of lightweight aggregate concrete. FIGURE 3: Lightweight Aggregate Concrete [4] AERATED CONCRETE Aerated concrete does not contain coarse aggregate, and can be regarded as an aerated mortar.

Typically, aerated concrete is made by introducing air or other gas into a. In many structures, these benefits justify the use of lightweight aggregate concrete, which generally costs more than normalweight concrete.

By definition, structural lightweight concrete contains aggre- gates that are either all-lightweight or a combination of lightweight and normalweight aggregate.

Lightweight structural concrete. Lightweight aggregate concretes can be used for structural applications, with strengths equivalent to normal weight concrete.

The benefits of using lightweight aggregate concrete include: Reduction in dead loads making savings in foundations and reinforcement. Improved thermal properties. Improved fire resistance.

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