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A Study on Fluidity ability, Filling ability Properties of High Fluidity Concrete with Illite Powder
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Fluidity ability, Filling ability Properties of High Fluidity Concrete with Illite Powder
Lee, Dong-Un; Lee, Maeng-Gyo; Park, Hyun-Jung;
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 Abstract
This study is to be investigate properties of workability, compacting and compressive strength replaced by the illite powder in high fluidity concrete. For this purpose, illite powder has replaced the binder of high fluidity concrete of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%. After concrete mixing, slump flow test, reach time slump flow 500mm, O-lot test were conducted on fresh high fluidity concrete. And compressive strength was determined 28 days for the hardened high fluidity concrete specimens. According to the test results, the workability, filling height of high fluidity concrete were increased in 10% replacement of illite powder. Furthermore, the compressive strength of high fluidity concrete was increased in 10% replacement of illite powder.. It was possible to confirm that optimal mixture ratio of illite powder seems to exist, and it is shown to be 10% according to our experimental results.
 Keywords
Compressive strength;Filler;High fluidity concrete;Illite powder;O-lot;
 Language
Korean
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