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Durability Characteristics of Controlled Low Strength Material(Flowable Fill) with High Volume Fly Ash Content
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Durability Characteristics of Controlled Low Strength Material(Flowable Fill) with High Volume Fly Ash Content
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the durability characteristics of controlled low strength material(flowable fill) with high volume fly ash content. Flowable fill refer to self-compacted, cementitious material used primarily as a backfill in lieu of compacted fill. The two primary advantages of flowable fill over traditional methods are its ease of placement and the elimination of settlement. Therefore, in difficult compaction areas or areas where settlement is a concern, flowable fill should be considered. The fly ash used in this study met the requirements of KS L 5405 and ASTM C 618 for Class F material. The mix proportions used for flowable fill are selected to obtain low-strength materials in the 10 to 15kgf/ range. The optimized flowable fill was consisted of 60kg f/ cement content, 280kgf/ fly ash content, 1400kgf/ sand content, and 320kgf/ water content. Subsequently, durability tests including permeability, warm water immersion, repeated wetting & drying, freezing & thawing for high volume fly ash-flowable fill are conducted. The results indicated that flowable fill has acceptable durability characteristics.
 Keywords
durability;flowability;flowable fill;fly ash;strength;
 Language
English
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