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Fly Ash Research Workshop, October 13 in Munich, Germany

The Fly Ash Research Workshop on October 13, 2014 in Munich focussed durability and reactivity of fly ash. The results of ongoing or recently finished research projects on durability aspects for fly ash concrete as well as on reactivity of fly ash and on the use in road construction were reported and discussed with experts.

Find attached the presentations for download in the following table:

Durability of fly ash concrete

CCP Research - Introduction
J. Feuerborn, Ecoba/VGB

Sulfate resistance of concrete containing fly ash – state of the art
J. Hauffe, A. Vollpracht, Institute for Building Materials Research, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Avoiding the Damaging Alkali Silica Reaction with Fly Ash - Long Term Storage Investigations
A. Dressler, L. Urbonas, D. Heinz, cbm Centre of Building Materials, TU Munich, Germany

Susceptibility of Fly Ash Concrete to Damaging Alkali Silica Reaction - Performance Testing Conditions
K. Fischer, L. Urbonas, D. Heinz, cbm Centre of Building Materials, TU Munich, Germany

Study on the Initiation and propagation of Reinforcement Corrosion in Fly Ash Concrete Subjected to Chloride Ingress
I. Zafar, T. Sygiyama, Graduate School/Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan

Reactivity and uses

Surface and bulk characterisation for reactivity evaluation of an ultrafine South African Fly ash
E.M.v.d. Merwe, University of Pretoria, South Africa R.A. Kruger, Ash Resources, South Africa

Calcareous ash in Germany - Characterisation and utilisation / results of joint research projects
J. Feuerborn, VGB Research, Essen, Germany

The construction of concrete road pavement with a Calcareous fly ash based hydraulic binder
I. Papayianni, E. Anastasiou, M. Papachristoforou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece

Incorporation of Hellenic HCFA in Cement and Concrete. Current Status – Problems – Perspectives – Applications
Prof. Stamatis Tsimas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece