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FIRE DURABILITY OF VOLCANIC PUMICE CONCRETE

2007-3-20  FIRE DURABILITY OF VOLCANIC PUMICE CONCRETE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THIN WALLED FILLED SECTIONS Durability of volcanic pumice concrete K. M. A. HOSSAIN The Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Lae, Papua New Guinea Abstract This paper concentrates on the durability of volcanic pumice concrete (VPC) subjected to fire or elevated temperature.

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Properties of volcanic pumice based cement and

2004-2-1  The Rabaul area is situated in the worldwide earthquake and volcanic zone known as the ‘Belt of fire’. The cement used was locally manufactured ASTM Type I Portland cement called ‘Paradise’. The aggregates used were 20 mm maximum size crushed gravel, 20 mm maximum size volcanic pumice

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Durability and strength characteristics of high-strength ...

2020-1-1  In this paper, the partial replacement of volcanic pumice powder (VPP) was investigated for use as a supplementary cementitious material. High-strength concrete (HSC) was prepared using two sets of VPP (10% and 20%) incorporated with three sets of polypropylene fiber (PF) (0.20%, 0.35%, and 0.50%) to produce different concrete mixtures.

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Blended cement using volcanic ash and pumice -

2003-10-1  Amorphous silica present in the pozzolanic materials combines with lime and forms cementitious materials. These materials can also improve the durability of concrete and the rate of gain in strength and can also reduce the rate of liberation of heat that is beneficial for mass concrete.

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concrete incorporated with volcanic pu mice powder and ...

Durability and strength characteristics of high-strength concrete incorporated with volcanic pumice powder and polypropylene fibers Abdullah M. Zeyada,∗, Afzal Husain Khana, Bassam A. Tayeh b a ...

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Volcanic ash and pumice as cement additives: pozzolanic ...

2005-6-1  Durability of concrete is one of its most important desirable properties and it is essential that the concrete made with VA and VP blended cement should be capable of preserving its durability throughout the life of structures like other pozzolanic concretes made with SF, FA, PFA and BFS.

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Lightweight concrete incorporating pumice based blended ...

2011-3-1  This paper presents the development of lightweight volcanic pumice concrete (VPC) using pumice based ASTM Type I blended cement (PVPC) and aggregates (both coarse and fine). The performance of VPC mixtures was evaluated by conducting comprehensive series of tests on fresh and hardened properties as well as durability.

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Properties of volcanic pumice based cement and

The results of investigations on the suitability of using volcanic pumice (VP) as cement replacement material and as coarse aggregate in lightweight concrete production are reported. Tests were ...

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Blended cement using volcanic ash and pumice Request

The use of volcanic materials such as volcanic ash, pumice, basalt, tuff, and perlite as additives was found to provide excellent properties among cement pastes, mortar, and concrete, so the ...

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Durability of Structural Lightweight Concrete Containing ...

2020-9-21  The durability of LWC was comparable to NWC in terms of chloride diffusion and resistance of concrete to corrosion of reinforcing steel. The tangible outcomes also include the superior thermal insulation properties of LWC compared to NWC. The greater incorporation of EPA in the concrete resulted in better behavior under seismic loading.

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Blended cement using volcanic ash and pumice -

2003-10-1  Durability of volcanic ash and pumice concrete in marine environment Proc. of the first Asia/Pacific Conference on Harmonisation of Durability Standards and Performance Tests for Component in Buildings and Infrastructure, Bangkok, Thailand, 8–10 September, 1999 , TISTR , Thailand ( 1999 )

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Use of pumice fine aggregate as an alternative to

2011-3-15  Due to its toughness and durability pumice has been used as lightweight, thermal and sound insulating, fire resistance construction materials such as concrete blocks and concrete 1-4. Hossain 5 used volcanic pumice as cement replacement and as a coarser aggregate in lightweight concrete

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Assessment of Pumice and Scoria Deposits in Dhamar -

2015-9-20  Volcanic ash (like fly ash), volcanic Pumice and Scoria are pozzolanic materials because of their reaction with lime liberated during the hydration of cement (Jackson, 1983). Amorphous silica present in the pozzzolanic materials combines with lime and forms cementitious materials. These materials can also improve the durability of concrete

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Macro- and Microstructural Investigations on Strength and ...

When pumice is included, an improvement of fire resistance was observed, as characterized by the higher residual compressive strength and improved durability. Pumice concrete showed good performance with a higher residual strength, higher chloride resistance, and higher resistance against deterioration, particularly at temperatures below 600 ...

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An Overview of Pumice Stone as a Cementitious Material ...

2020-3-28  Pumice stone is a natural sponge-like lightweight aggregate formed during the rapid cooling and solidification of molten lava. After suitable preparation, it can be used as an aggregate to produce lightweight concrete or as a cementitious material to produce blended cement or geopolymer. This article focused on the influence of pumice powder (PP) on fresh properties and hardened properties of ...

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Pumice Insulation concrete blocks - WDL Concrete, South

Pumice is a class 1 aggregate and is classified as non-combustible in accordance with B.S. 476 part 4:1970. Pumice starts to degrade to glass above 1200 degrees centigrade thus giving two-hour fire resistance on a 100m configuration.

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An Overview of Pumice Stone as a Cementitious Material ...

Pumice stone is a natural sponge-like lightweight aggregate formed during the rapid cooling and solidification of molten lava. After suitable preparation, it can be used as an aggregate to produce ...

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Vol. 3, Issue 12, December 2014 Experimental Study on ...

2019-7-12  (iii) Naturally occurring materials such as pumice, foamed lava, volcanic tuff and porous lime stone. 1.2 Light Weight Concrete Structural light weight concrete has an in-place density (unit weight) on the order of 90 to 115 lb/ft 3 (1440 to 1840

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Study on Strength Properties of Concrete using Pumice ...

PDF On Oct 10, 2020, Ansu Lalu Abraham and others published Study on Strength Properties of Concrete using Pumice Powder Pozzolan and Polypropylene Fibers

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Fresh, Mechanical, Transport, and Durability Properties of ...

2012-7-1  The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete

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8th International Conference on Durability of Building ...

14. Fire durability of volcanic pumice concrete with special reference to thin walled filled sections: PDF: 54 KB: 2019-01-14: 15. Microstructure of autoclaved aerated concrete subjected to carbonation: PDF: 2 MB: 2019-01-14: 16. Durability of mortar linings in ductile iron pipes: PDF: 198 KB: 2019-01-14: 17.

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Use of pumice fine aggregate as an alternative to

2011-3-15  Due to its toughness and durability pumice has been used as lightweight, thermal and sound insulating, fire resistance construction materials such as concrete blocks and concrete 1-4. Hossain 5 used volcanic pumice as cement replacement and as a coarser aggregate in lightweight concrete

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Assessment of Pumice and Scoria Deposits in Dhamar -

2015-9-20  Volcanic ash (like fly ash), volcanic Pumice and Scoria are pozzolanic materials because of their reaction with lime liberated during the hydration of cement (Jackson, 1983). Amorphous silica present in the pozzzolanic materials combines with lime and forms cementitious materials. These materials can also improve the durability of concrete

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Macro- and Microstructural Investigations on Strength and ...

When pumice is included, an improvement of fire resistance was observed, as characterized by the higher residual compressive strength and improved durability. Pumice concrete showed good performance with a higher residual strength, higher chloride resistance, and higher resistance against deterioration, particularly at temperatures below 600 ...

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Enhancing the thermal resistance and mechanical

2016-9-28  Volcanic pumice and scoria are improving the durability of concrete and the rate of gain in strength and can reduce the rate of liberation of heat that is beneficial for mass concrete . Lightweight concrete made with pumice and pozzolanic cement with volcanic ash/lime has survived more than 2000 years and provides an example of low strength ...

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The Study on Strength Properties of Light Weight

2020-4-20  Abstract: Concrete is widely noted to be most expensive constituents in the entire construction industry. Many research works has been carried out on concrete mixes which had encouraged the development of material with partial replacement of natural aggregate like pumice stone, thermocol beads, saw dust.

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Experimental Investigation of Mortar Cube with Pumice ...

2017-5-30  A cement mortar mix 1:3 was designed as per IS: 2250 methods and the same were used to prepare the test samples. Cement mortar was prepared by adding cement, water and fine aggregate. Cement mortar is made by replacing cement with pumice powder of different percentages like 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% 25% with curing of 3, 7 28 days.

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The effect of polymer coated pumice to the stiffness and ...

2020-1-12  three normal weight concrete, three lightweight uncoated pumice aggregate concrete and three lightweight coated pumice aggregate concrete. As can be seen in figure 1a, each beam, with the dimension of 120 cm length, 10 cm width and 15 cm height, were subjected to be tested for flexural strength. 3. Result and discussion 3.1 Density and workability

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2.1 Fire Resistance - cdn.ymaws

2018-4-4  Concrete Masonry Association Inc. 2.1 Fire Resistance Introduction Concrete masonry is generally considered to have good fire resistance since it is non-combustible (i.e. it does not burn), absorbs heat only slowly, and does not give off toxic fumes or smoke. As it is a poor conductor of heat and has a high heat capacity,

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Stabilization of clayey subgrade with waste pumice for ...

The method of stabilization is well known and has been used throughout the world for many decades in improving some soil properties [4]. Some of the materials used for soil stabilization are sea peel, pumice, froth concrete, thermic power station ash, fly ash, volcanic ash, lime, cement, auto tire pieces, industrial churn, marble powder, gravel, and rubber [4–19].

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