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1.2—Source of fly ash
2.1—General
2.2—Chemical composition
2.3—Crystalline constituents
2.4—Glassy constituents
2.5—Physical properties
2.6—Chemical activity of fly ash in hydraulic cement concrete
2.7—Future research needs
3.2—Effects on properties of hardened concrete
4.1—General
4.2—Considerations in mixture proportioning
5.1—Introduction
5.2—Chemical requirements
5.3— Physical requirements
5.4—General specification provisions
5.5—Methods of sampling and testing
5.6—Source quality control
5.7—Startup, oil, and stack additives
5.8—Rapid quality-control tests
6.2—Concrete pavement
6.3—Mass concrete
6.4—Roller-compacted concrete
6.5—Self-consolidating concrete
6.6—High-volume fly ash concrete
6.7—High-performance concrete
6.8—Bulk handling and storage
6.9—Batching
7.2—Concrete pipe
7.3—Precast/prestressed concrete products
7.4—No-slump extruded hollow-core slabs
8.2—Controlled low-strength material
8.3—Soil cement
8.4—Sulfur concrete
8.5—Plastering
8.6—Cellular concrete
8.7—Shotcrete
8.8—Waste management
8.9—Cements and lime
8.10—Fillers
8.11—Oil-well cementing
9.2—Cited references
9.3—Other references
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ACI-232.2R-03 Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

ACI-232.2R-03 Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

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