Deformation behaviour of concrete with burnt oil shale ash

Toomas Laur, Sirje Vares, Asko Sarja, Mart Hain

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Abstract

Investigations about the deformation properties (shrinkage and swelling) of oil shale ash were carried out in co-operation with the Tallinn Technical University (Estonia) and Technical Research Centre of Finland. Deformation behaviour of concrete with two types of burnt oil shale cements in fresh and hardened state were studied. The special cement was made from Estonian Portland cement clinker, natural gypsum and an expansion additive, burnt oil shale, which is a by-product of energy plants. The comparison was made by using shrinkage reducing additive. Conclusions about expansion of concrete stored in water, about drying shrinkage of hardened concrete and about total strain after water storage and followed storage in dry environment (50 % RH) were given.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNordic Concrete Research
Subtitle of host publicationResearch projects 1999
PublisherNorsk Betongforening
Pages128-130
ISBN (Print)82-91341-27-3
Publication statusPublished - 1999
MoE publication typeNot Eligible

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